Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha has formed a 17-member taskforce to drive the transition from 8-4-4 to 2-6-3-3 education system.
This comes after the tuff between Magoha and Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) secretary-general Wilson Sossion over the implementation of the Competence-Based Curriculum (CBC).
“The task force will design and implementation of values-based education, community service learning; and parental empowerment and engagement programmes,” the CS said the notice.
The task force will also look into the transition from basic to tertiary and training in 2029 including infrastructural and human resource requirements.
The CS has given the task force one year to come with a report in which it will also be provide advise on the legal issues necessary for effective implementation of the curriculum reforms, including framework on the working relationships between the national and county governments on the implementation of pre primary curricular.
The Taskforce comprised of the following :
Professor Fatuma Chege as the chairperson, Professors Jack Too, Stephen Odebero, Winston Akala, Gabriel Katana, Rev. Fr. Joseph Mutie, Dr.s Eldah Onsomu, Rev. Nelson Makanda, Adan Saman, Charles Ongondo, Glory K. Mutungi, Bakary Athman Chemaswet, Bakary Athman Chemaswet, Bakary Athman Chemaswet, Indimuli Kahi, Nicholas Gathemia, Muthoni Ouko, Nicholas Maiyo and Augusta Muthigani.