The National Government has kicked off construction of 36 classrooms in 27 secondary schools for implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) in Tinderet Sub County.
The Sub County implementation coordination Committee has noted that infrastructural implementation timeline of between October 2021 and April 2022 must be strictly adhered to.
The Committee Chairperson who is also the Tinderet Deputy County Commissioner (DCC), Esther Oyugi, emphasized that the role of the committee was to ensure that the projects were effectively implemented saying the National Government had committed Sh788, 000 per classroom in the Sub County.
Speaking in her office Thursday during the committee’s inaugural meeting, Oyugi emphasized that all classrooms must be ready by April 2022 in time to host the first batch of CBC learners in January 2023.
“As a committee we have the mandate in the Sub County to ensure success of the program,” she said.
Speaking during the meeting, the Sub County Director of Education, Samwel Ongiri, who is also the secretary to the committee, asked the members to ensure that the guidelines given by the government on the implementation of the projects are followed to the later.
Other committee members present included the Sub County TSC Director, Benard Njoka, Sub County Supply Chain Management Officer, Paul Kiplagat, and the Sub County Accountant, Lydia Chepsoi.
By Hudson Arusei