In Summary
  • The postponement came a day after Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed announced that the new curriculum will not be rolled out in January as had been planned.
  • The fate of the national conference on the curriculum review also hangs in the balance.
  • Next week, a team of external evaluators is expected to present its report on the new curriculum to CS Mohamed.

The Ministry of Education has postponed the National Steering Committee's curriculum review meeting that had been set for Thursday.

The postponement came a day after Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed announced that the curriculum will not be rolled out in January as had been planned.

APOLOGY

The fate of the national conference on the curriculum review also hangs in the balance.

A statement from the ministry said the new date, of the review meeting that was to take place at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD), will be communicated to members.

“Our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. We thank you for your continued support,” the ministry told committee members.

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