The government has instructed county education directors to identify contractors who will build classrooms to ensure the CBC education system is easily implemented.
The Ministry of Education has given until April next year the completion of the first phase of the project, which will lead to the construction of 11,600 classrooms in preparation for the enrollment of students of the system in 2023 high schools.
Education Minister Professor George Magoha has instructed the directors to ensure that ordinary citizens are involved in the projects.
The multi-stakeholder group, led by the education ministry and the security ministry, met on Wednesday to plan strategies for the second phase of the CBC education system.
Minister of Security Dr. Fred Matiang’i has issued a warning to chiefs who will fail to ensure classrooms are built in their areas.
All high schools in the country will have a popular junior secondary school unit, with the first enrollment for those students expected in 2023.