Kenya’s New Education Curriculum: Better Students or Bitter Future?

Critics of Kenya’s education system have been unanimous in calling it out for its failure to address critical aspects of growth from a tender age to being in tune with the present. Now that Kenya has rolled out a new curriculum, are things going to be any better? Does the new system address all the concerns raised about the system it is replacing? Africa Uncensored’s Joy Kirigia sought to find out in third installment of our education series focusing on the new curriculum.

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What You Need to Know About Kenya’s New Education Curriculum

Beginning this month, learners across Kenya’s 28,000 primary schools are witnessing the rollout of a new education system after a successful pilot that ran from May 2017. The 2-6-3-3 system replaces the 32-year-old 8-4-4 system of education that was inaugurated under the government of then President Daniel Moi.

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