In an effort to improve what is known as the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC) in the nation, the Ministry of Education has formed a partnership with the Finland government.
A symposium on co-creating the curriculum to enhance innovation for the sector has been going on for the last four days, and delegates from both nations are attending.
During her speech on Tuesday at the conference in Mombasa, Education Chief Administrative Secretary Sara Ruto said that a significant amount of attention is being paid to the location of the instructor, as well as the site of the assessment, and the curriculum.
She went on to say that the process of developing infrastructure in conjunction with a planning viewpoint is extremely important.
In addition, there is a need for quality consistency across all educational institutions, as observed by Ruto, who added that the Ministry of Education has identified some of the equity criteria.
She said that this would guarantee that every school, whatever where it is located, would have access to the same resources as the other schools, which would make it possible for the implementation of the curriculum to proceed in a standardized manner.