Teachers to Smile to the Bank as KNUT Issues Demands to Ruto’s Govt Concerning Salary & Promotions
KNUT on Wednesday pressed for better pay for teachers, especially the primary school headteachers owing to added responsibilities. Union SG Collins Oyuu told headteachers that the decision to domicile Junior Secondary in primary schools would result in heavier workload for primary school headteachers and will therefore require improved terms of service.
Secondary Or Primary Schools? - Sossion Reveals Where CBC Grade 7 Pupils Will Be Learning Next Year
January 2022 is going to be a special year in Kenya's education system as the Country is set to watch a transition of an old education system to a a new system. The pioneers of the new education system, (competency based curriculum) are set to join Grade 7 which is considered a junior secondary while standard 8 pupils are also expected to transit to form one as defined under the old 8-4-4 system.
Sossion Finally Speaks after 'Replacing' TSC Boss Nancy Macharia, Tells Kenyans to ignore Fake News
Former Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Chairperson Wilson Sossion has finally broken silence regarding the trending news.There is speculations online claiming that Sossion has been appointed as new CEO for Teachers' Service Commission (TSC).This information has indeed aroused Kenyans reactions as they share varying opinions via the social media platforms.However Sossion has broken silence regarding these news.He has asked Kenyans to ignore the trending news since he has not been appointed as CEO for Teachers' Service Commission.Indeed the CEO is still Nancy Sossion has also revealed that TSC CEO is appointed through advertisement procedures and when a vacancy arises.Therefore Kenyans should consider the trending information as null and void.However some individuals have raised concern after Sossion's clarification as some claims that he qualifies for the TSC job.Indeed the government should come up with more strategies to improve the education sector.However what is your view regarding Wilson Sossion's message on replacing Nancy Macharia?
Knut Officials Now Threaten to Block Opening of Schools Next Week if Following Won't be Addressed
( Photo courtesy of Mang'u students) School opening programs might be halted if the government and associated stakeholders won't react to politicians and union officials who are demanding justice for one of their own. Politicians and union officials in Nyamira county are now calling on the respective stakeholders to take an action against a nurse linked to the killing of a head teacher.
Good News To University Students As Sossion Reveals What Ruto's Government Must Do To Universities
Former Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary-General Wilson Sossion has seen it wise to give his stance on one of the hottest topics that took by storm Kenya media couple of weeks ago. The country was in a shaky mood a week a good when new Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu lifted lid on the need by government to stop funding public universities.
The MOE Suffers A Big Blow As The Teachers' Union Delivers This Message Ahead Of National Exams
The ministry of education suffers a big blow as the teachers' union deliver this message a head of National Examinations. Actually teachers in this country have two major unions which usually fight for their rights, which are Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) and Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET).
KNUT and KUPPET issues strike notice from next year 2023 should Government fail to do the following
Following the debate pass by the 2 department of education. That is Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET). Headed by Collins Oyuu and Akelo Misori respectively. The meeting held on Citam in Kisumu conference where many matters were discuss, the most hot air report is about recruitment of teachers.
Teachers Receive Bad News Following The Latest Announcement by Education CS Ezekiel Machogu
Teachers across the country have received some heartbreaking news following the latest announcement on by the Education Cabinet secretary (CS) Ezekiel Machogu. a Photo serves as a Thumbnail.a According to the CS who was recently appointed by the head of state honourable President William Samoei Ruto, teachers who are employed by the Teachers Service Commission TSC should forget about a possible salary increament because the government is not ready to bow down to their demands.
Fresh Blow To President Ruto As Teachers Issues These Demands Lest They Strike
Through the Kenya National Union of Teachers, teachers brought their concerns to the attention of President William Ruto's administration in the hopes of avoiding the need to organize a strike (KNUT). On Tuesday, December 13, KNUT Secretary General Collins Oyuu made headlines by making news during the annual union delegation conference that took place in Kisumu.
Bad News to Teachers As Gov't Make This Move On Their Salary Increment
Teachers play important role in the country. They teach, mould, nurture and make lives. Despite that, they are not well paid like other civil servants. It is because of poor pay that their unions are always advocating for better pay. Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) is currently pushing government to increase salary of teachers.
Teachers’ Demands On Delocalisation Policy. Teachers demand for the abolishment delocalization
Teachers’ Demands On Delocalisation Policy.Teachers yesterday demanded for the abolishment of the controversial delocalisation policy that have left many teachers affected. Yesterday, the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Secretary-General Collins Oyuu said teachers will never stop appealing for the abolishment of the delocalization policy.
Sudden U-Turn on CBC as Teachers Make The Following Major Announcement
Following a shift in teachers' opinions regarding the implementation of the recently institutionalized curriculum, the impending Competency Based Curriculum has undergone a significant change. The Kenya National Union of Teachers' position on the Competency Based Curriculum has changed, and they now demand that the curriculum be implemented as is with no modifications.
Big Blow to All Teachers After TSC Set Tough Rules Ahead of School Reopening
The Teachers Service Commission has established stringent recruitment criteria that must be followed as the commission seeks to hire 35,000 teachers.This is happening at a time when MPs have been accused of plotting to derail the process.While the agency struggles to hire new teachers, those who are already working are demanding higher pay.
KNUT, KUPPET differ over where junior secondary students should be hosted
Teachers allied to Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) have differed with their counterparts from the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) over where junior secondary students should be hosted . While making their presentation to the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) task force formed to review the roll out syllabus, KNUT officials argued that the junior secondary level should be domiciled in primary school.
"Mimi Sijapewa Kazi" Wilson Sossion's response to claims that he has been named the CEO of TSC
An earlier candidate for the position of Member of Parliament, Wilson Sossion, has not been chosen to lead the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) (CEO). The former Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Secretary General called online reports regarding his appointment "false news" in an interview with Kenyans.co.ke.
Good News To Teachers As TSC Finally Decides To End Unpopular Transfer Policy
The Teachers Service Commision has finally come to an agreement with the Kenya National Union of Teachers to end the highly unpopular de-localization policy. Teachers were forced to transfer to places that we're far away from where their families without having a say. The move was meant to increase quality of teaching but some teachers ended up being demotvated since, they were transferred despite their schools posting good results.
High or Primary School: Sossion Reveals Where The Grade Seven Pupils Will Study Next Year
The new curriculum in the Kenya's education system have not stabilize ever since implemented. So the big discussion have been where the junior secondary school should be placed. Should it be place in Highschool setting or in Primary school? The first students in the competency-based curriculum are planned to enter Grade 7, which is a junior secondary, while students in Standard 8 are also anticipated to move on to Form One as defined by the previous 8-4-4 system.
Good News To University Students As Sossion Urges Government Not to Stop Funding Public Universities
Wilson Sossion, a former secretary-general of the Kenya National Union of Teachers, decided it was time to express his opinion on one of the most hotly debated issues in Kenyan media recently. When Ezekiel Machogu, the new Cabinet Secretary for Education, revealed that the government must stop subsidizing public colleges, the nation was in a precarious state.
FACT CHECK: Details Reveals The Truth Behind Wilson Sossion Appointments As TSC CEO
Wilson Sossion a former candidate for election to the House of Representatives has not been chosen to lead the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) (CEO). The former secretary general of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) called the online speculations about his appointment false news in an interview with Kenyans.co.ke.
Wilson Sossion next move
Wilson Sossion, the former chairman of the Kenya National Union of Teachers, was advocated for a post in the cabinet by many. During the campaign, he was one of President William Ruto's most ardent supporters. Additionally, he took active part in creating the Kenya Kwanza education charter.