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Kabarak University's School of Education, Humanities & Social Sciences Hosts Stakeholders Conference on Teacher Education Curriculum Review

Kabarak University's School of Education, Humanities, and Social Sciences hosted a Stakeholders Conference on "Guidelines to Curriculum Review in the Teacher Education Programs (TEPS)." The event held at the Kabarak University convocation hall, inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat, emphasized the university's commitment to staying ahead in teacher education.

Prof. Kiplangat highlighted Kabarak's distinction as a CBC pioneer, revealing that all lecturers have been trained in the Competency-Based Curriculum. He announced the formation of a dedicated committee from his office to ensure CBC compliance across programs.

The conference provided a platform for collaboration, bringing together educators, policymakers, and industry experts. Participants engaged in discussions and workshops on curriculum review strategies, fostering an exchange of best practices.

Prof. Kiplangat emphasized the importance of aligning curricula with evolving educational trends. The conference showcased Kabarak University's dedication to excellence and innovation in teacher education, reinforcing its position as a leader in curriculum development.

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