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    KICD Director, Dr Julius Jwan assist a pupil learn through a tablet during the launch of a digital literacy program ((DLP) at St Joseph's Girls Primary School, Busia County, as Computer teacher Mellisa Odunga pays attention.

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    St Joseph's Girls Primary School pupils go through a tablet during the launch of a digital literacy program ((DLP) in Busia County.

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    Vidijah Dalizu (left) and Mariam Omar develop prototypes to be used as learning resources on environmental lessons. KICD has developed teachers' handbooks, guides and pupils handbooks besides training teachers on new curriculum where a learner is taken through activities to ensure they can perform certain tasks.

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    KICD Staff Charles Munene shares learning materials for the proposed curriculum with teachers from Kakamega, Vihiga and Bungoma counties during a training session in Sigalagala National Polytechnic in Kakamega

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    A teacher takes learners through the proposed curriculum in one of the pilot schools in Kakamega county

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    Excited pupils as teachers bring the proposed curriculum that is learner centred into a classroom setup.

New!!  Competency Based Curriculum Material

New!! Curriculum Design Documents

Draft Harmonized Curriculum Structure and Regulations Documents

2014 Basic Education Statistical Booklet

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The role of the National Steering Committee will be to oversee the activities of the Technical Committee and Working Committees by

  1. Guiding the formulation of relevant policies to facilitate the process of curriculum development, implementation and assessment of the reformed curriculum
  2. Guiding the development of comprehensive frameworks and strategies for efficient and effective supervision and evaluation of the reformed curriculum for various levels of education and training
  3. Assuring provision of adequate infrastructure and teaching and learning resources required for the reformed curriculum
  4. Establishing linkages with partners to ensure adequate funding for the various stages of the curriculum reform process i.e. development, teacher orientation and in-servicing, materials evaluation and provision to schools, monitoring and evaluation of implementation.

LIST OF NAMES AND AFFILIATIONS

 NATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE ON CURRICULUM REFORMS

 

S/NO

NAME

ORGANIZATION

1.

Dr. Okwach Abagi

Director Own and Associates Ltd

Centre for Research & Development

2.

Dr. Moses Rugutt

Chief Executive Officer

National Commission for Science,

Technology and Innovation

3.

Prof. Fatuma Chege

Dean , School of Education

Kenyatta University

4.

Carole Kariuki

Chief Executive Officer

Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA)

5.

Akelo M. T. Misori

Secretary General

Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers

6.

Mr. Stephen M Njoroge

Director

CEMASTEA

7.

Dr. Khadijah Kasoachon

Principal Secretary

Ministry of Labour & East Africa Affairs

8.

Eng. Victor Kyalo

Principal Secretary

Ministry of Information, Communication & Technology

9.

Mr. Peter M Ndoro

Chief Executive Officer

Kenya Private Schools Association (KPSA)

10.

Ms Nancy Njeri Macharia

Council Secretary/CEO

Teachers Service Commission

11.

Mr. Wilson Sossion

Secretary General

Kenya National Union of Teachers

12.

Mr Jefferson kariuki

Chairman

Kenya Association of Technical Trainings Institutions

13.

Mr. Elkanah K Lagatt

Director

Kenya Institute of Special Education

14.

Mr. John Awiti

National Chairman

Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association

15.

Mrs Janet Muthoni Ouko

National Coordinator

Elimu Yetu Coalition

16.

Very Rev. Fr. Daniel Kimutai Rono

Secretary General

Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops

17.

Mr. Shem Ndolo

National Chairman

Kenya Primary School Heads Association (KEPSHA

18.

Dr. Julius O Jwan

Director/CEO

Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development

19.

Dr. Wanjiru Kariuki

Director

Kenya Education Management Institute

20.

Rev. Canon Peter Karanja

Secretary General

National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK)

21.

Mr. Adan Wachu

Secretary General

Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (SUPKEM)

22.

Dr. Purity Gitonga

Head of Education Training and

Public Awareness Department

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission

23.

Dr. Andrew Riechi

University of Nairobi

24.

Mr. J.K. Selei

Chairman

Kenya ECDE Teachers Association

25.

Mr. Arther Injenge

Special Schools Heads Association of Kenya

26.

Mr. Munawar Khan

Executive Director

Muslim Educational Council

27.

Mrs Mercy Gathigia Karogo

Ag. Council Secretary/CEO

Kenya National Examination Council

28.

Prof. Gituro Wainaina

Ag. Director General

Kenya Vision2030 Delivery Secretariat

29.

Prof Harry Kaane

Director, Four Up Industrial Services Ltd

30.

Mr. Muga K’olale

Secretary General

University of Nairobi

31.

Prof. Laban Ayiro

Director Quality Assurance

& Professor of Research Methods & Statistics, Moi University

32.

Mr. David Aduda

National Media Group

33.

Dr. Belio R. Kipsang

 

Principal Secretary

State Department of Education

34.

Prof. Collette A. Suda

Principal Secretary

State Department of Higher Education

35.

Dr. Dina J. C. Mwinzi

 

Principal Secretary

State Department of Vocational & Technical Training

36.

Mr. Steve Ndele

 

Senior Advisor

Presidential Delivery Unit

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+1 #7 Zachary Bosire Orori 2016-06-11 16:53
Thanks
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0 #6 Leslie G Nteere 2016-05-16 04:26
Greetings, when do we expect the syllabuses for the new curriculum to be ready?
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-6 #5 FREDRICK LANGAT 2016-05-12 07:46
Dear KICD Team,
I have concern and question, I have a curriculum that is called "CHRISTIAN CHARACTER BUILDING" that is being used in many churches in Nakuru County now. Infact some schools have liked it since it helps to shape a good character among children and improve discipline. How can i get the curriculum to you, because i would like it be approved by the KICD so that more schools can acces if it can be included in the orange book list of books.
I will appreciate your direction on how to go about it.
Thanks.

FREDRICK LANGAT
CHILDCARE WORLDWIDE, KENYA.
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+1 #4 FREDRICK LANGAT 2016-05-12 07:45
Dear KICD Team
I wish to congratulate you for your initiative to involve the public in this important process.
My recommendation is on the Pastoral Program Instruction which is part of the education curriculum in Kenya, taught once a week.
I suggest that there is alot to be done in this area to actualise it. This will require the involvement of the religious body which is the custodian of morality and faith in a society.
For instance, among the christians, it will be important that the church be involved to come up with a curriculum which can be used and ratified by KICD. The implementation of the same is equally important. That way, the character of the children is molded positively and integrity is restored and sustained in our nation.
FRED
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+3 #3 DANIEL MAKINI GETUNO 2016-05-09 06:26
Looking at this list of members, I don't see the representation of Universities, especially those public universities with Education faculties. I suggest the inclusion of these university representatives to give technical input to the process at this level. I do understand that steering committee doesn't do technical work but some expertise is required in the steering committee of persons who understands technical issues to some detail.
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+1 #2 David Kariithi 2016-04-14 07:55
I think we are on the right path.
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+3 #1 Amson 2016-04-14 03:13
I would to know what will happen to the current crop of students e.g. the current cl[censored] 8, when the change is implemented
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