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The Implicit Replication Of Challenges In The Abandoned 8-4-4 Education System As Spotted In The New Competency-based Curriculum: Kenya’s Recurrent Self Defeating Educational Strategies
Kenya's quest for quality education is evident from the frequent scrutiny and adjustment of her curriculum. The discourses leading to syllabus change have always targeted a scenario where school leavers would be absorbed and become productive at work while at the same time embracing entrepreneurship. Since independence, the government has tasted three sets of curriculums: the 7-4-2-3 system, 8-4-4 system, and the current CBC, which is presently rolling out. While syllabus changes have continuously improved quality of education, it is apparent that the planning stages for syllabus reforms have always been excellent unlike the execution stage.
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