The largest difficulty is that teachers are not properly trained. Teachers don’t need to attend classes because they are completely ignorant. There is no CBC. Drama only occurs in class. Certain things are not useful. It was rushed, which is an issue for CBC, he said.
He described the difficulties in implementing the new system.
“We require the engagement of all parties involved in education. You can’t tamper with our kids when it comes to education, which is an important ministry. The moment is appropriate to evaluate it, he added.
Knut is prepared to join the taskforce the next week and uncover everything, Mr. Sembelo stated.
“We require a task team of experts in business and education. We require professionals to produce a concise road map.
We require a task team of experts in business and education. We require professionals to produce a concise road map. Even if CBC stays, everyone needs to be included. “CBC draws a lot of resources from other nations, but Kenya is an African nation,” he remarked.
He claimed that the curriculum is in chaos as a result of a lack of funding, facilities, instructional materials, and teachers.
He stated on Thursday in Kapenguria that the county was in need of 3,000 additional instructors.
According to Mr. Sembelo, the CBC has numerous problems and obstacles.
He mentioned that the new system needs a solid base and sufficient funding.
“Huge investments and a lot of human resources are required. Because the system involves numerous practical abilities, we should adequately prepare, he advised.
The de-localization approach, according to Mr. Sembelo, has a negative effect on students’ academic performance in every county and jeopardizes classroom instruction.
“The TSC introduced detrimental policies. Instead of instructing students in class, teachers are working a lot. The worst thing we have ever gone through is delocalization. Families have become discordant as a result, and some couples have unexpectedly split up or passed away. If a man’s wife is in Mombasa, he cannot teach in Eldoret.
The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) declared that they would be crucial in contributing to the discussion of the difficulties in implementing the CBC.
Akelo Misori, the secretary-general of the Kuppet, reported that the union has also written to the Ministry of Education to request that teachers’ unions be included in the taskforce.