The Presidential Working Party on Education Reform taskforce has asked parents, education stakeholders and the general public to submit their views on the curriculum before November 18 2022.
On a statement issued on 18th October, the taskforce said it had begun it assignment in reviewing the reforms for the country’s education system as assigned by President William Ruto.
Part of the statement read, “The Working Party is open to receiving views from individuals, public and private institutions and all other interested parties. The views should be submitted by way of written memoranda, letters or research papers and should address any or all of the following areas touching on basic education, tertiary and university education,”
The Prof Raphael Munavu led taskforce is also calling for views on the management of bursaries, deployment of teachers and assessment and examination models in schools.
The public can submit its view physically, through an email or through a public portal opened by the task force.
“Views can also be sent through the email email@example.com,” read the statement in part.
“The submissions should be addressed to the Chairperson, Presidential Working Party on Education Reform, and hand-delivered to the Working Party’s offices or sent through availed addresses,” part of the statement read.
Their offices are located on the 10th floor, ABSA Towers along Loita Street, Nairobi.