Uasin Gishu has been lauded on the commendable work it has done with regards to the establishment and running of ECDE centres across the County.
This was said on Monday when a team drawn from tertiary institutions from Germany and USA paid a courtesy visit to County Education Offices.
This came after the team visited a number of ECDE centres to assess the impact the TAYARI program left on the learners, months after the partnership ended.
Early this year, the TAYARI program came to a close, after partnering with the County in the training of ECDE teachers and also aiding in the rolling out of the Competency-Based Curriculum.
The team’s aim was meant to learn on the impact of the TAYARI program which they would later scale it up and incorporate more ideas and functions that will yield more progress and development to ECDE.
Speaking while she hosted the delegation, Chief Officer in charge of Education Jane Njuguna pointed out the steps the County has taken towards improving the standards of the young learners as well as creating the best learning environment.
Besides constructing modern class units for the learners, we have ensured that these units are well equipped and have enough teachers to take them through”, said Njuguna.
On her part, director in charge of Education Roselyn Kosgei noted that the County is always on the move on ensuring that teachers are trained and equipped with up to date skills and curriculum.