The Kenya National Union of Teachers, KNUT has issued a stern warning to the Teachers Service Commission, TSC to brace for war if 100, 000 teachers who were denied pay rise for the last one year do not get their dues this week.
CONFIRMED: SCHOOLS TO REOPEN IN JANUARY 2021; HERE ARE THE FULL DETAILS OF CS MAGOHA’S SPEECH ON THE NEW ACADEMIC CALENDAR
Speaking at the KICD offices in Nairobi today, the CS also added that the KCPE and KCSE national exams will be pushed to the year 2021. Therefore, the entire 2020 academic year will be considered lost and written off.
KNUT DELINKS ITSELF FROM PETITION SEEKING TO BLOCK THE REAPPOINTMENT OF TSC CEO DR. NANCY MACHARIA; LATEST TSC NEWS
KNUT, whose wings have been clipped by the CEO seems to have developed cold feet and does not want to be on the wrong side especially on matters TSC.
TEACHERS TO REPORT TO THEIR RESPECTIVE SCHOOLS TWO WEEKS EARLIER FOR TRAINING AHEAD OF THE SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 SCHOOLS’ REOPENING DATE
All tutors in Kenya will be expected to report to their various work stations 14 days before the official schools’ reopening date on September 1, 2020.
Save your TSC payslip! Follow this simplified procedure to withdraw from any teachers’ union through the TSC T-Pay Platform and avoid…
Save your TSC payslip! Follow this simplified procedure to withdraw from any teachers’ union to avoid unwarranted multiple union deductions Read also: Is it a must for a TSC employed teacher to join a union?
SCHOOLS’ SUPPORT STAFF ON THE SPOT AS PROFESSOR MAGOHA SEEKS TO UNRAVEL NEW TRICKS TO CHEAT IN THE NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
“TEACHERS-CUM- COOKS AND WATCHMEN” WARNED AGAINST ANY MONKEY BUSINESS As KNEC starts distributing papers to regional offices, new details have emerged linking schools’ support staff such as secretaries, watchmen, groundsmen/ women and cooks to examination cheating cartels which are determined to expose this year’s national tests. According to Professor Magoha, examination cheating cartels have hit a dead end, their only option is to narrow down to the non-teaching staff. Professor Magoha said this during a high-level…
HERE IS A LIST OF COUNTY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KISUMU COUNTY, THEIR KNEC CODES, CATEGORY AND CLUSTER County secondary schools in Kenya form the third tier after national and extra-county schools respectively. Most of Kenyan learners are absorbed by these schools. Admission to county schools is done online by the Ministry of Education. They are either mixed or single-sex. Here is a list of county schools found in Kisumu County