The Ministry of Education under the serving cabinet secretary Professor George Magoha has been working round the clock to ensure that the services offered are of high quality. Most schools in Kenya both private and publix are managed by Board of Managements. The Boards are mandated to oversee the general operations of school both socially and financially.
A school is undermining the rights of teachers by demanding their presence in schools as early as 2:51 am and leave by 11 pm. This is because of pressures to complete the syllabus on time. This act is unacceptable and is condemned greatly. A frustrated teacher revealed to sincere sources, their plight in school and event gave evidence from the attendance book.
Unique reasons that can result to interdiction of a teacher in secondary and primary school by TSC given in accordance with chapter X of the code. The Teacher Service commission has always supplied to teachers the document containing guidelines provided in the codes regulating the teaching profession in Kenya, ranging from the management of displine cases for teachers among other requirements expected of a professionally trained teacher.
A Board of Management BOM teacher in Kyase Secondary School in Makueni County by the name Kevin Otieno has found himself on the wrong side of the law.
Bad News To Teachers Serving On Board Of Management (BOM) After The Following Move By The Government
Teachers Serving on Board of Managements in both primary and secondary schools have always been a great contribution to Kenyan schools. This group of teachers is likely to suffer a big blow after the government announced its intention to reduce school fees paid to secondary schools. The teachers are staring at a possibility of salary deduction if the government's move is going to be fully implemented.
The Board of Management of Otieno Oyoo School has the following vacancies: a) LABARORY TECHNICIAN. Qualifications: · Kenyan citizen not exceeding 45 years. · K.C.S.E Certificate with a mean grade of D+ and above. · Certificate / Diploma in laboratory technology. · A minimum of 3 years working experience in a school setup
The weekly Brief.Good news to Teachers:Budget Set for Urgent Recruitment of 25,000 Teachers and 12,000 Intern Teachers.All unemployed teachers,Board Of Management teachers and current Intern teachers for both primary and secondary schools have a reason to smile as opportunities for permanent and pensionable employment is here soon.
kindly, educate me on what junk sentences are...cite examples from my writings because I feel am treated unfairly whenever I post articles. The two initial stages in the education sector comprise almost identical groups of teachers. These teachers are fall under those in the government payroll, those on internship program, those employed by the school (under the Board of Management/ Parents-Teachers’ Association) and others only the head-teacher knows why they are employed.
The relationship between teachers and students is something that is greatly prohibited in Kenya.This is something that very illegal and Incase anyone falls a victim this, he or she is always charged for harassing a minor.
TSC CEO, Nancy Macharia Recently, TSC advertised job opportunities for both secondary and primary school teachers and invited them to apply online through the TSC Teachers Recruitment Portal. The deadline for submission is July 12th July 2020. After that deadline expires, the Teacher Service Commission and the Board of Management will be required to conduct a selection exercise for the advertised vacancies in their institutions with the highest level of transparency and accountability.
Since March 2020, teachers especially those employed by Board of Management and private schools have been facing the worse.Most of this teachers were send on unpaid leave during the period when schools had been closed.Life became so hard for this teachers forcing some to resort in doing some casual jobs just to ensure that they have something in the pocket.
The Teacher Service commission TSC has powers to interdict teachers.Also the teachers service commission TSC always supplied to teachers the document containing guidelines provided in the codes regulating the teaching profession in Kenya, ranging from the management of displine cases for teachers among other requirements expected of a professionally trained teacher.
Nothing is more stressing than being sacked.When I was called by the secretary that I had a letter from the principal, I could only guess what was in it.As I received the letter, quickly opened it, and true to my guessing these words were clear, " Termination of Service."
Property of unknown value was destroyed on Saturday morning after a fierce inferno burnt down two dormitories at Tengecha Girls High School in Bureti Sub-county, Kericho County. The incident happened while the students were taking their morning preps on Saturday around 5:30 Am. Local chief Daniel Kosgey has confirmed the incident, though the cause of the fire is yet to be established but investigation are underway.
Government via the ministry of education has issued a directive to school heads who charged extra fees to refund the money. This comes after parents decried manipulation by the schools who were charging them more money for nothing. "Any fees collected above the revised guidelines be refunded or treated as prepayment of fees for continuing students,” Basic Education PS Jwan Julius stated.
They deputy president issued a bus to the Board of Management members of St Thomas Kapchorwa secondary school in Elgeyo Marakwet county today.The handover event took place at his Karen residence where several leaders converged to witness. It was during this event that an alleged video of a conversation between DP Ruto and a popular Kalenjin comedian nicknamed Tula was recorded and later shared online .In the video ,the comedian could be heard issuing instructions to the anticipated school driver to renew his licence and get ready to meet Ruto at Timboroa where he will officially recieve the school bus.
Last year the Board of Management teachers popularly Known as BOMs found themselves in trouble after all learning institutions were shutdown due covid-19 pandemic.These teachers had to miss their monthly salaries from their respective schools for almost six months.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic, all teachers employed on Board of Management (B.O.M) terms could not be paid by schools citing inadequacy of fund. The Ministry of education had to rescue the teachers in question by paying them from the Month of March to May leaving out pending arrears which was to be paid until December 2020.
The suspension of in-person learning in all institutions of learning including universities and colleges by President Uhuru Kenyatta to curb the spread of Covid-19 has put the country into a state of great disturbance, confusion and uncertainty or simply put in turmoil.The majority of university students who are in their final years don't know when they will graduate, a situation that has painted a depressing picture to them, their parents and the society at large.
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