THE Government has allocated K25 million for the overall standard-based curriculum reforms this year.
This was according to Education Secretary Dr Uke Kombra following the launching of the curriculum cluster rollout training programme in Port Moresby yesterday for the National Capital District secondary school teachers.
He said under the programme, the department allocated K2.5 million specifically for teacher training.
“The others (K22.5 million) will go into development of curriculum and teachers’ syllabus, teachers’ guides and if there are funds available we have to develop students’ text books,” the secretary revealed at the training.
Kombra explained that there were four components in the curriculum – developing a syllabus, teachers guide, text books and resource books.
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