The National Parents Association chairman Nicholas Maiyo says they have made an application to be enjoined in the case opposing the Competency-Based Curriculum.
Maiyo says his association will be on the defense of the new curriculum CBC noting that they are in support of the system.
Speaking at the Kenya institute of curriculum development after a meeting with education stakeholders, Maiyo said the concerns raised by some parents does not warrant the scrapping of CBC.
Last week LSK president Nelson Havi filed a petition to have the court declare CBC unlawful.
Havi also seeking interim orders stopping the CBC pending hearing and determination of the case.
Parents had raised issue with the home assignments given to children and the availability of materials needed and time allocated to complete the work.
Education CS George Magoha has been categorical that the curriculum will continue to be implemented as planned.