The Teachers Service Commission(TSC) has a gain stressed that teachers must report at their work stations on a daily basis with effect from Monday 28th September 2020.The teachers are expected to report at their work stations every day at 8:00 am and stay in school for normal working hours. The tutors are expected to accomplish a number of tasks before schools are officially reopened.According to the commission's latest directive, all teachers must report to their work stations and the clock in system be operational. They are also expected to develop modalities on resumption of in-person teaching and learning process.
In order to achieve this, the tutors are directed to create conducive environment for teaching and learning by enhancing cleanliness of the environment. They are also directed to prepare teaching timetables for their schools, prepare schemes of work, update TIMS and TPAD among other professional documents.While speaking on the matter, TSC CEO Dr. Nancy Njeri Macharia specifically stressed that teachers will not be allowed to ask for even a single day off. She insisted that they must all report to work daily for the task delegated by the ministry of education to run smoothly. "Teachers will not be allowed to ask for a day of. They must all report today and on subsequent days for the task directed by the ministry of education to run smoothly." The TSC boss said
This comes at a time when the Ministry of Education has directed that all final year students in middle level colleges and higher learning institutions to report back to school on 5th October 2020 for in-person teaching and learning. This could mark the beginning of reopening of learning institutions in the country.
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