Jamleck Muturi,the new Chairperson of the Teachers Service Commission TSC has once again promised to implement the 2017-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement CBA in full. For the teachers to do their work well they should be motivated,this is according to the new Chairperson who assumed the office yesterday.
Muturi statement has come when Kenya Union of Teachers KNUT has been in constant tussle with TSC over the manner in which the commission implemented CBA and introduction of Career Progression Guidelines by the commission which has been the cause of endless court battle between the union and the TSC, affecting the the membership of the Union and it's operations.
Muturi stated further by saying he will seek to improve teachers quality just like any other professionals by providing post College training for teachers in order to improve their service quality. He said, " This is important for us to bring dignity back to teaching profession and I will engage all parties involved and address the contentious issues."
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