Education CS George Magoha has insisted that the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) will continue as planned.
The education CS sent a stern warning saying that he will not tolerate cases where the staff of the ministry fails to coordinate with TSC.
CS Magoha also promised to be part of the team that will travel to different parts of the country to ensure that the excise goes on as planned.
The CS comments come at a time when a teacher’s training in Kakamega was disrupted by officials from the Kenya National Teachers Union (KNUT).
Speaking after the Kakamega incident, Tom Ingolo the KNUT secretary of Kakamega said that the training will not go on until their concerns are addressed.
Mr. Tom’s sentiments second that of KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion who said that the government has not done enough sensitization among key education stakeholders.
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The government is currently planning to roll out the CBC in Grade four next year and full rollout by September 2019.