All teachers across this country receive now good news as Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) issues this new directives to the Teachers Service Commission. Teachers in this country have two major unions which are Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) and Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET), these unions are trusted by the teachers to channel their grievances to the Teachers Service Commission. In several occasions the unions have been leading teachers into the strikes once the teachers' employer TSC fail to agree with the teachers' unions.
Fortunately teachers have now received good news as Kenya National Union Of Teachers issues these new directives to the Teachers Service Commission. The Kenya National Union Of Teachers has said that the retraining of teachers whereby they pay 6000 and other refresher courses are unconstitutional.
According to Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) National Executive Member Malel Lang'ati teachers should not be forced to go back to school yet they are the one paying for it, instead focus should be on the young and newly recruited ones. He further said that the move is ill-informed , unrealistic and unconstitutional. He also said that the union was not consulted and public participation was not conducted as envisaged in the constitution.
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