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KNUT requests that TSC grant administrative authority to headteachers over JSS

KNUT requests that TSC grant administrative authority to headteachers over JSS

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has received a request for complete administrative authority from head teachers who have been awarded temporary responsibilities as principals at junior secondary schools.

The acting principals who have been awarded authorization letters, according to Ann Cheruiyot, the executive secretary of the Kericho KNUT, should be given permanent positions in the JSS.

In the present state of affairs, Mr. Chairman, they do not have full authority to run JSS. In addition, she continued, “we are calling for the confirmation of the head teachers and their deputies who have been serving in an acting capacity for a number of years.”

The unionist who was speaking in Kericho said it was terrible that the new administrators who had been deployed to the institutions had overlooked those who were serving in an acting capacity.Her words are

The executive secretary of the Kenya National Union of Teachers’ Kipkelion branch, Mr. David Bore, was in responsibility of organizing a group of KNUT representatives to deliver their recommendations to the Presidential Working Party on Educational Reforms.

Junior Secondary Schools (JSS) should be housed in Primary Schools, according to their position, which was ultimately adopted by the government.

They asked the government to hasten the process of enhancing the physical facilities of schools, particularly the secondary and primary school classrooms.

Since the first budget under the current administration has been sent to Parliament, we are confident that the government will tackle the problems.

We demand that junior high schools be included in every primary school. He spoke

He recommended that the government make hiring teachers a higher priority and then allocate those teachers to junior secondary schools and secondary schools in order to lessen the chronic teacher shortage.

There are very few open teaching opportunities, particularly in the current system.

The lack of teachers at JSS has a negative impact on the students. Can you ever imagine a Junior Secondary School with just one teacher? Is there any way that people could carry it out?He spoke

The executive secretary also raised the issue of P1 instructors who have had graduate-level training yet are not recognized by TSC. This means that neither their pay nor their ability to work as secondary school teachers can be raised. To clarify the situation, the executive secretary brought this to light.

The training upgrade was useless because they failed to receive a mean grade of C+ in the KCSE and C+ in two teaching subjects. This is because of that.

Due to this, many educators have been demotivated during the previous ten years. He spoke

KNUT requests that TSC grant administrative authority to headteachers over JSS

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