Currently meeting at State House is the 49-member Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms.
The panel was established to gather opinions from the general public regarding the use of the competency-based curriculum and to offer suggestions.
The team briefing the president on their initial preliminary report of results is headed by Chairman Raphael Munavu.
An insider stated that the panel will release its suggestions to the public on Thursday or Friday following the briefing.
Additionally, the report will decide what will happen to Grade 6 students and offer suggestions for their residence.
In the basic education sector on CBC and the higher education sub-sector, the task group will present recommendations.
The team will likely go into further detail about how to apply important concepts from the curriculum on CBC.
The gazette notice describes the implementation as “encompassing but not limited to value-based education, community service learning, parental empowerment and engagement.”
The team will also assess the standards of CBC, quality assurance, and learner assessment.
The team was given the task of investigating teacher deployment and training by Ruto.
The notice lists the following topics: “The technology for curriculum delivery, improved learning outcomes and education management, public school categorization policies and implications on access, transition, and cost.”
Recommendations state that the higher education sub-sector will also undergo reforms.
Ruto had also asked that the Munuva team reviews legislation in the institutions of higher learning.
This includes Technical and vocational training and universities.
“Review and recommend legislation to facilitate the amalgamation of HELB, TVET, and University Funding Boards with a view of harmonizing and merging all tertiary education funding entities,” the notice reads.
The team will also recommend the criteria to implement an open university in Kenya.
“To recommend a framework of operationalizing the National Open University of Kenya and a framework on Open, Distance and E-line learning (ODEL),” the notice reads.