Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has revealed that the government does not have any plans to scrap the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) clearing the air on the controversial curriculum.
Speaking from Kisumu on Friday, Gachagua confirmed that a special taskforce is being formed to deal with any negative impacts of the curriculum and further develop it.
“When that team is unveiled and will be going around the country, please don’t just complain at home or in market centres…please turn up and present these people with your views on what you think should be done to improve CBC and the entire education system,” Said Gachagua
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He continued by also revealing plans by the government to enhance the performing arts sector as a means for the youth to generate income and reveal the Kenyan culture in a positive way.
“Very soon we will roll out a program on how to harness talent and the creativity of our people and slowly, gradually turn it into a source of income and our contribution to our GDP,”
“I have been enthralled by the level of creativity, quality of performance and wealth of talent witnessed at the 94th Kenya Music festival stage that attracted over 70,000 performers across all ages and over 600 different classes of music.” Said Gachagua