Teachers have now received bad news as Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education (KUPPET) reveals these emerging issues ahead of next teachers' promotions. The Teachers Service Commission is absolutely committed to see that the education sector is running smoothly and therefore the Teachers Service Commission has been offering new teachers employment opportunities and teachers promotions to different trained and TSC registered teachers across this country. Every year teachers retire from the teaching profession, while others die as a result the Teachers Service Commission keep on advertising replacement of the teachers in various schools in this country.
With this regard teachers have received bad news as KUPPET reveals these emerging issues over the next teachers' promotions. The Teachers Service Commission is going to conduct the teachers promotions interviews by next week. Actually KUPPET has alleged the discrimination against thousands of teachers of its members in County and Sub-County Schools in promotion interviews. KUPPET claims that the scoring matrix and tools used by the Teachers Service Commission disadvantages some tutors by placing more weight on student performance as opposed to their individual qualifications. Therefore the score sheet favours the tutors in extra-county and national schools as they usually perform well.
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