Presidential Working Party on Education Reform in Kenya has now asked for feedback on the Competency-Based Curriculum from parents and other stakeholders in the education sector in kenya.
According to Prof. Raphael Munavu’s task committee, that was tasked by President William Ruto with examining the education reforms in the country, he announced on October 18 that the committee had began its work.
Now all the kenyans were urged to submit their views before the November 18 deadline.
Part of this directive read, “The Working Party is open to receiving views from individuals, public and private institutions and all other interested parties.
“The views should be submitted by way of written memoranda, letters or research papers and should address any or all of the following areas touching on basic education, tertiary and university education.”
Additionally , the task group has also requested views on the management of bursaries, the deployment of teachers, and the assessment and examination models used in schools.
Procedure on How to Submit
CBC task committee has made available both a physical location and an online forum where members of the public can voice their opinions on the proposed education changes.
“The submissions should be addressed to the Chairperson, Presidential Working Party on Education Reform, and hand-delivered to the Working Party’s offices or sent through availed addresses.
“Views can also be set through the email – [email protected] read the notice in part.
This task force offices are located on the 10th floor, ABSA Towers along Loita street.
All the letters should be addressed as follows.
Presidential Working Party on Education Reform,
10th Floor, ABSA Towers, Loita Street,