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Get Ready For At Least 32 Lessons Per Week TSC Tells Teachers

High School TSC Teachers To Handle 32 Lessons Per Week

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Get Ready For At Least 32 Lessons Per Week TSC Tells Teachers

High School TSC Teachers To Handle 32 Lessons Per Week

Secondary school teachers  will be handling a minimum of 32 lessons per week once the just started biometric registration of teachers is complete.

According to The Standard, the fresh registration of all TSC employed teachers will help the Commission to ensure that all staff are properly utilised in all schools.

According to TSC Director, Administration Ibrahim Mumin, teachers who are currently underutilized will be transferred to other regions which are currently experiencing acute teacher shortages.

Another key benefit of the biometric registration of teachers is the real time updates that the TSC will be getting on clocking in and out of all TSC staff.

This will put a stop to chronic absenteeism by both classroom teachers and administrators.

Besides, aged teachers will be able to real the benefits of their long term service to the Commission earlier since through the biometric registration system, the Commission will be able to plan for their exit in time

This however spells doom for Teachers who are not willing to retire when their time comes.

This Calibre of teachers keep on altering their date of birth to avoid hitting the official TSC retirement age, 60 years.

Under the new biometric system, they will not succeed in playing monkey tricks to keep on drawing huge salaries from the Teachers Service Commission.

The upcoming TSC biometric system will therefore clean up the TSC T-Pay system and help the Commission get the value of it’s money.

On workload distribution and looming mass transfers of teachers of underutilized teachers, the teachers fate is sealed.

This is because the two giant unions, KNUT and KUPPET have given a nod to the Teachers Service Commission’s plans.

Consequently, high school teachers should get prepared to handle 32 lessons a week despite the overwhelming numbers of students with some classes having up to 70 students per stream.

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