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Henry Wanjala, Bungoma County KPSA Chairman.

Private schools to embrace new curriculum

By Godfrey Wamalwa.

Owners of private schools have assured the Government that they are ready to invest in the new education system.
Speaking after meeting 150 private school owners from Busia and Bungoma counties, Bungoma County Kenya Private School Association (KPSA) Chairman, Mr. Henry Brown Wanjala said the association is committed to work with schools that are keen to promote the provision of a holistic quality education.
“Private schools must be geared towards the development of an all- round child who will be a critical thinker and a problem solver to fit for the 21st century,” he said.

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