All the commission workers who participated in the exercise will be paid for any expenses they incurred as a result of the activity.
Regional Directors, County Directors, Sub County Directors, Principals, Teachers, Facilitators, Drivers, and all other stakeholders who contributed to the success of the exercise will benefit.
These teachers and other officers will be compensated according to the Teachers Service Commission rates.
Payment is likely to be deposited into teachers’ accounts along with their wages in June.
Total of 60,000 instructors were trained on the fundamentals of the new Competence Based Curriculum, which was implemented in 2017.
As part of the preparation for the present grade six students who will be transitioning to junior secondary in January 2023, around six teachers from each school were sent for training across all departments.
Cost of training all 116,000 secondary school teachers is estimated to be 1.2 billion dollars.
Treasury had already set aside 1.2 billion dollars for the training exercise in the fiscal year 2022/2023.
Competence Based Curriculum is one of the Jubilee Administration’s legacies, and the President is committed to seeing it succeed.
President of Kenya praised the new curriculum as a game changer, claiming that it will produce graduates who will create jobs rather than seek them.