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Core Competencies As Envisioned In The Kenyan Competency-based Curriculum
Societies and organizations have since time immemorial relied on academic institutions for research, training of competent workforce and emergence of reforms. Tables turned recently when governments and private institutions noticed that schools and colleges were channeling out graduates without employable skills that would fit the context of the 21st Century. Since then, most countries across the globe have opted to adopt educational reforms that would enable their citizen cope with the rapidly changing world and that would foster political, economic, social, and technological developments.
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