President William Ruto has appointed 42 members to the education reforms task force to review Competency Based Curriculum (CBC).
According to the gazette notice, the task force will be chaired by Prof Raphael Munavu.
It will also have seven secretaries who include; Elyas Addi (Dr.), Patita Tingoi (Ms.), David Njegere (Dr.), Jackson Too (Prof.), Reuben Nthamburi Mugwuku (Dr.), Richard Miano, and Eunice Gachoka (Ms.).
Among the duties of the task force will be;
a) To cause and undertake summative evaluation of Kenya competency based curriculum.
(b) To assess and recommend an appropriate structure to implement the competency based curriculum;
(c) To study all laws governing the basic education subsector and make recommendations for review of these legislations with a view to addressing duplication, ambiguities, efficiency constraints and improving linkages.
d) To review and recommend an appropriate financing framework including capitation and minimum essential package grants for all levels of basic education.
(e) To review and recommend equitable access to education, especially for those facing social, economic and geographic
marginalization, vulnerable populations, children, and persons with special needs.
(f) To review and recommend an appropriate framework on the management and coordination of bursaries and scholarships for secondary school students.