Seems like teaching career in Kenya is set to be more tougher. This comes after the previous secretary general Wilson Sosion who was so vocal in advocating for rights resigned. Teachers are against the government proposal of having teachers to be educated every five years on contract renewal.
The city popular lawyer who also is the head of Law society of Kenya has responded to those calls from teachers urging him to take the matter to court to prevent it. He urged teachers to blame themselves since as Wilson Sosion was removed they remained totally quiet.
This comes at a time where the Competence Based Curriculum matter is still pending in supreme Court. Do you think it may be abolished we go back to the 8.4.4 system? Please share your thoughts on this matter below. Be sure to follow me for such informative articles too. Thanks for your time readers🙏🙏
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