The teachers service commission has released a report as to why it has fired fifty two teachers who were found guilty of commiting the following offences:
1. Sexual offenses
According to the teachers service commission and teachers code of conduct, it is an offence for a teacher to have a canal knowledge of the student who is regarded as a minor.
It is also an offence for a teacher to be in a relationship with the student.
Most of the male teachers who were fired was as result of commiting the above offences in the Corona period between 2019 and the 2020.
2. Engaging in criminal activities
Teachers who engaged in criminal activities were and were prosecuted to the court of law were also fired by the commission as they were found not to be of good conduct.
3. Teachers not of sound mind
The teachers who were found to be mentally ill were also fired by the Tsc.
Teachers who also aided in the Kenya Certificate of secondary examination malpractices also awaits the verdict from the commission and disciplinary actions Will be taken if found guilty.
According to the commission the teachers who have been removed from the teachers registered and can not teach in the country unless the commission reinstates them to service.
The commission Chief executive officer Dr Nancy Macharia said that the commission arrived at the decision after a robust disciplinary process was carried.
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