Teachers are one of the highly valued workers within a country. It is said it is teachers that deals with transform of learners and making them more useful in the society.
Field of teaching is said to be one of the affected sectors especially after the outbreak of Covid 19 pandemic. Most of the teacher are seen to be jobless especially the Board teachers. Them being jobless is as a result of this pandemic.
According to the school heads, it has been challenging to run schools smoothly without parents paying schools and lack of enough staff. It was reported that the issue of school being under staff have been a major challenge
Report by NTV Kenya, according to report from the ministry, the ministry has proposed to carry out teachers biometric registration. The main aim for this is to help know the number of teachers in various schools. This also is viewed to help in reducing cases of gost teachers.
According to school heads, this could be the best way to help them get teachers. They claimed that most of schools are lacking enough teachers. In addition, a report by one of the principal as the process started, he said that this will help the ministry in knowing how some schools strain. This was a process viewed to be of help in education sector.
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