First completed CBC classrooms unveiled in Siaya County

CBC CLASSES JUNIOR SECONDARY MAGOHA

The government Thursday officially launched the first competency based Curriculum(CBC) classrooms for junior students to be completed nationally at Simerro Secondary School Siaya County. 

Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha at the same time said phase two of the second phase of the CBC infrastructure development programme is set to kick off in April this year as he assured Kenyans of enough infrastructure and materials for the Competency Based Curriculum before the August elections.

Prof.  Magoha said the second phase of the CBC infrastructure development programme is set to kick off in April this year.

The CS has encouraged schools across country to expedite the construction process to create room for learners.

The CS who later inspected the ongoing construction of CBC classrooms Nyawara and St. Francis Rang’ala girls’ secondary schools said the government will ensure there was enough infrastructure and materials for the Competency Based Curriculum before the August polls.

He said that the same contractors undertaking phase one will be retained for the second phase so as to save on time. 

On discipline, Prof. Magoha warned unruly students that they will no longer be entertained in schools.

Also read https://www.kbc.co.ke/first-phase-of-cbc-classrooms-to-be-completed-by-march/

  

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