Today the deputy president of the republic of Kenya Rigathi Gachagua as launched the task force to over look the Competence Based Curriculum popularly called the CBC and how it will be implemented and its effect in our education system as a country. The 42-member team, to be chaired by Prof Raphael Munavu, will do a summative evaluation of the new education system, assessing and recommending an appropriate structure to implement it. The team is required to study the implementations of the CBC all over the country and its effect and recommend what should be done about it after completing their analysis after 6months. Gachagua as called upon the country to give the task force and the government the required time to finish its analysis so that they can offer the required solution in our education sector. President Ruto earlier said the task force will subsist for six months and should issue him progress reports every two months and a final one after the six months.
Kenyans have been asked to come out in big numbers to give out their opinions on what should be done with CBC so as the task force can attain its required goal which is to produce the required results to save the Kenyan education system.