Meeting Demands of Vision 2030 and Globalisation: Some Reforms and Innovations Necessary in Curriculum under Kenyan Sky

Dickson S. O. Owiti


The current world is operating in an economy that values creativity and innovation for scientific and technological development. The future seems to be destined for cutting edge research, technology and global competitiveness for the scarce resources. Achieving and sustaining such growth is dependent on robust education and skills development systems that upgrade creativity, innovations and problem solving skills in our youth. In this endeavour, transforming the curriculum to meet the demands of vision 2030 and millennium development goals (MDG’s) become critical under the Kenyan sky. This paper presents and discusses some of the reforms necessary in the Kenyan curriculum that could enable the country transform herself to an economy that is capable of competing at the global level.

Keywords: Teacher education, curriculum, creativity, innovativeness, technological development

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