Education Cabinet secretary Prof. George Magoha says, the government has put all measures to ensure education will progress smoothly during the transition period.
Education CS prof George Magoha revealed that they have trained enough teachers for the next phases of the CBC curriculum, adding that the printing of textbooks is at 95% and they will complete it in a weeks’ time.
He confirmed Final assessment for the grade 6 student are ready and awaiting delivery.
Magoha further added that, by April this year they will have trained grade 7 & 8 teachers, noting that they have admitted over 2000 teachers training for diplomas purely on CBC.
On school fees arrears, Prof. Magoha said the Ministry will be conducting an audit to ensure that all learners, especially candidates are in School for the National Examinations.
Prof. Magoha who was in Nyeri County to commission Junior Secondary classrooms at Labura mixed secondary school in Kieni-west sub-county warned school heads against sending learners away over fee arrears.
CS Magoha noted that the first phase of the construction of classrooms for the Competency-Based Curriculum is complete.
According to the Ministry of Education examination timetable, the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination will commence on 7th March 2022 to 10th March 2022 with candidates for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KSCE) examination expected to write their exams between 11th March 2022 and 1st April 2022.