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Sossion Heightens War Against CBC With Fresh Allegations

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Knut ,Government  New Curriculum War Continues

Push and pull between  Kenya National Union Of Teachers and the Ministry of Education  over  new curriculum and the Competency Based Curriculum roll out continues with the union now saying parliament was sidelined in the process .

Speaking to media today  KNUT Secretary General Wilson Sossion accused the Ministry of Education under stewardship of top official of evading the parliament in the whole process of adopting new curriculum that is is seeking to wipe out the 8-4-4 system.

‘‘ I have said several times that Kenyan  teachers are still not equipped  to have CBC roll out in classrooms,the trainers of this curriculum itself are incompetent and do not have skills to impart on  teachers.’’Sossion said.

This comes a day after government’s warning on teachers who will not heed to  CBC roll out programmes in classrooms that they will be sacked immediately.

Government spokesman Cyrus Ogina says the CBC roll out will continue despite opposition by KNUT.

According to him  government has done enough to ensure  it is  effected without further delays.

Knut wants  the  roll out process stopped indefinitely, more teachers to be employed and  schools infrastructure upgraded before the government can go ahead  on the same.



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