Law Society of Kenya (LSK) President Nelson Havi has confirmed that he will file a petition in court next week to challenge the CBC.
In a statement, Havi noted how he has heard the cries of parents, guardians, and teachers in regard to the curriculum that has been termed expensive to many.
“I have heard your cries parents, guardians, and teachers. The petition challenging CBC will be filed in Court next week. The education system in Kenya should not be an expensive, inefficient and ineffective experiment with our children and their future as is our leadership.” Said Havi.
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The move will surely please many parents and guardians who have cried over the high cost taken into account each and every day to purchase some education materials.
Former KNUT Secretary-general Wilson Sossion termed CBC as a deceptive curriculum that has been implemented without taking into consideration the necessary steps needed before implementation.
Sossion continued by saying that the curriculum has not yet been accepted by teachers all over the country. Most teachers are reported to be struggling with implementing it.