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One of our objectives is to to promote secularism in Kenya. To this end, we have severally triggered public debate on certain topics of importance to the Kenyan society.
i. Objection to the Implementation of the Kenya School Readiness Assessment Tool (KSRAT)
Following the publishing of the KSRAT by the Ministry of Education, we have written to Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i asking the Ministry of Education NOT to implement this tool until Section A9 of KSRAT is reviewed to make it more robust, accommodative, inclusive, constitutional and progressive. Implementation of this tool will leave us with no other option other than to seek its nullification from the Kenyan Courts.
ii. Review of Religious Education in Public Schools in Kenya
We have proposed a review of religious education in Kenya’s public schools, in particular the scrapping of Christian Religious Education (CRE), Islamic Religious Education (IRE) and Hindu Religious Education (HRE). Our proposal will be shared with the Kenyan Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
v. Presentation by Bill Flavell – http://www.slideshare.net/BillFlavell/atheists-in-kenya-growing-out-of-god-how-i-lost-god-but-gained-reason
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