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Reprieve For Teachers After Law Society President Vow To Challenge TSC Decision On CBC

The government introduces a new system of education to replace the old 8-4-4 system that had been there since independence. The new system have received a huge backlash from teachers and parents who term it too expensive.

The new competency based curriculum will require that teachers get trained afresh from a specific University, Mount Kenya University in Thika. Many teachers have protested the move with majority directing their anger on the recently installed KNUT secretary general for siding with the Teachers Service Commission and the government.

The cry of the teachers have finally been answered. This is after law society of kenya president Nelson Havi agreed to challenge the decision by the TSC in court of law. While making the announcement, the president stated that he has changed his mind and will act for teachers to challenge the professional development program imposed by the teachers commission.

The trouble faced by teachers is just coming less than three months after the longtime KNUT SG Wilson Sossion left. Sossion have been fighting for the well being of teachers and his absence can now be felt. Teachers must have made a bad move by replacing Wilson Session.

Many kenyans urged the law president to rescue the teachers from the jaw of TSC with many reminding him that he is their only hope.

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