Teachers Service Commission under CEO Nancy Macharia has been the talk of many teachers in recent days. That is because of the hardworking teachers have been complaining about numerous issues but their employer has not been helping them out but instead, the TSC has been piling more problems to the teachers.
Although that has been the case, today things seem to be good on the side of teachers. In fact, it is probably a good day to all teachers around the nation after they woke up to comforting news about the future of TSC. According to reports, the Parliament is working on a petition to split TSC into two and give teachers a new paymaster.
The Saturday Nation reported that the Members of Parliament said that the Teachers Service Commission has now become too powerful. For that reason, it is lording over it's stakeholders in the education sector, something that the MPs feel that it should stop.
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