William Ruto Discloses Daughter Pressures Him Every Evening to Assist Her in School Assignments
- President William Ruto encouraged parents to dedicate an hour each day to monitor their children's progress in school by helping them do their homework
- He shared his experience and said he gets pressure every day from his daughter, who asks for help with his school work
- Ruto also noted that most stakeholders nodded at the CBC, but said a small review would be done to streamline it.
President William Ruto urged parents with children who are currently undergoing competency-based curriculum (CBC) training to invest time in helping their children.
What William Ruto Wants CBC Parents to Do
Presiding over the oath Chief Secretaries at the State House, the president said he also faces similar pressure as those parents because his daughter requires him to help her with her assignments.
He noted that many parents complained that the CBC was taking up so much of their time tonight and suggested they do less.
“I want to respectfully suggest that as parents, I have included. I know that every night I am under pressure from my own daughter, who asks me to help with a particular task, and I want to ask all parents that we, as parents, should know that raising our children is not the whole duty of teachers. That's ours,” he said.
He encouraged them to dedicate time every day to follow them
“An hour every day to see your child's progress, to help with and work with households every day so that you can monitor and understand your child's progress is very important,” he added.
According to Ruto, 60 percent of all stakeholders involved in the working group on CBC quality agreed that this was the right thing to do. Education curriculum, but needed some revision.
“This is the path we are going to take as a country. I know that the same report again had suggestions from most stakeholders that the burden of CBC shipping costs especially on parents should be reduced, and I think the committee will finally give us its reports,” he said.
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