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Must One be 50 to be a Deputy Principal in Kenyan Schools? This Job Group ‘M’ is Becoming Greatly Elusive to Young Productive…

The job group M has become a preserve for the few who have either served the commission for eons and they are already tired or those who know people! Is it a wonder that teaching as a profession is not attracting the millennials? It is considered boring and quite unrewarding! Those already in it just view it as a stepping stone for better opportunities. Teachers are ever looking for greener pastures. They are never settled. They are usually on the ready to seize other opportunities that they consider better and fulfilling.

LATEST EDUCATION NEWS: THIS IS WHY KNUT SECRETARY GENERAL MR WILSON SOSSION REFUSED TO QUIT OFFICE DESPITE PRESSURE FROM THE KNUT NATIONAL…

LATEST EDUCATION NEWS: THIS IS WHY KNUT SECRETARY GENERAL MR WILSON SOSSION REFUSED TO QUIT OFFICE DESPITE PRESSURE FROM THE KNUT NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND TSC FOR INTERESTING DETAILS AND CAPTIVATING STORIES ON THE KNUT-TSC TUSSLE AND KUPPET, GRAB YOURSELF A COPY OF “TEACHERS UNIONS AND LABOUR RELATIONS: A HISTORY OF THE KENYA UNION OF POST PRIMARY EDUCATION TEACHERS” A BOOK AUTHORED BY KUPPET SECRETARY-GENERAL AKELO MISORI AND JOHN ONYANDO

KUPPET REJECTS PROFESSOR MAGOHA’S PROPOSAL TO HAVE OUTSIDERS MANAGE SECONDARY SCHOOL FUNDS INSTEAD OF PRINCIPALS

WHO IS BETTER SUITED TO HANDLE SCHOOL FUNDS, PRINCIPALS OR OUTSIDERS? KUPPET on Thursday refuted a proposal by the Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha to have outsiders manage secondary school funds. The union’s secretary-general Okello Misori and chair Omboko Milemba defended the principals saying they can manage school money. They said that professor Magoha should stop undermining the authority of principals since they have already undergone rigorous training on matters financial management. The two…