The report shows that although the Ministry of Education has formulated several policies to guide the competency-based curriculum (CBC) implementation of the, implementation of these policies and their positive effects on learning remain a challenge. The key policy gaps include lack of comprehensive data, lack of indicators and continuous reporting by the Ministry of Education, lack of baseline data prior to the development of policies and lack of clear methodologies and criteria to determine which policy contributes to which change in the sector. These gaps make it difficult to determine the effectiveness of education policies.

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