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Kenya Women Teachers Association (KEWOTA) has urged the parents not to shy away from giving their views to CBC Taskforce.

The Assistant National Treasurer Ms Ruth Nditu who represented KEWOTA before the Task Force in Makueni High School yesterday posited that parents are part and parcel of CBC and their input cannot be ignored.

“Parents are part of the implementation matrix of Competency-Based Approach that is at the core of CBC success, ” added Nditu.

The Makueni Coordinator further empahised that despite the promotion of parental engagement through extended work to the learners by CBC, KICD should review the curriculum design to reduce learning experiences requiring parental input.
” Let there be an age appropriate tasks that can be carried out by the learner without the input of parents and provide a structure for training and capacity building of parents to support learning of their children,” added Miss Nditu.

The CBC Task force led by Prof Munavu is currently going round the country collecting views of stakeholders in education with a view to improved education system in Kenya.

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