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Parents and stakeholders in the education sector have expressed their support for the Competency-Based Curriculum system. Speaking in Nairobi during a birthday celebration for September babies, called on President Dr. William Ruto to come up with ways reducing what the stakeholders say is burden of expenses brought about by the new curriculum.
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A Group of parents in Nairobi show support for the CBC curriculum
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