The government of Kenya has made relentless efforts to transform education sector by designing a curriculum that will suit the current and future generation.
The current 8-4-4 system will will be come to an end in 2026 when the class six pupils will be sitting for Kenya Certificate for Secondary education.
The implimentation of the new curriculum, Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) has attracted much reactions from the education stakeholders.
Some have praised while others have objected to it. There is still a petition in the court over the implimentation of the curriculum awaiting final verdict.
While reacting to it on Citizen TV ,the former KNUT secretary general also the ODM nominated member of parliament Hon. Wilson Sossion has dismantled the new curriculum terming it as a failed project, meant to kill public schools while promoting private schools.
” CBC is failure because teachers and parents are complaining about it and nobody knows anything about it because teachers are teaching outcome based curriculum.
CBC is about business , it’s going to kill public schools and promote private schools,”said Sossion.