Teachers in Kenya have been in war with the Teachers Service Commission I'm demand for salaries increment. That is why, recently the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers gave out a proposal that demanded 30-70% increment of salaries. However, the Teachers Service Commission forwarded a new 2021-2026 Collective Bargaining Agreement that demanded 16-32% increase of salaries for teachers.
The Teachers Service Commission is a very responsible government body that plays incredible roles for Teachers. A good number of teachers revision the Teachers Service Commission fall under Kenya National Union Of Teachers and The Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers. The unions help in fighting for the teachers rights and obligations.
Teachers have raised their concern over the 2021-2026 Collective Bargaining Agreement that was forwarded to the salaries remuneration commission. Following the CBA that was sent to SRC, the Teachers Service Commission demanded 16%-32% salary increment for it's employees. According to the demands of the teachers, the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers demanded an increment of 30-70%.
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The Teachers Service Commission is mandated to take up responsibilities related to teachers. Teachers registered by TSC have freedom to join two unions. Some Teachers are members of Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) and Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT). The unions play incredible responsibilities to ensure all the rights of its members are attained.
Public school teachers have threatened to down their tools come next month if their employer (TSC) fails to implement the new CBA agreement. Image: Courtesy The Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) says the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has not brought forward any discussion to renew a new agreement that is meant to replace the CBA that will expire at the end of this june.
Photo: Teachers Service commission Nancy Macharia Over 3,800 diploma teachers in secondary schools will battle for 1,000 positions that were announced by the teachers service commission. The teachers play a critical role in imparting knowledge to learners and shaping the society in the right way. It will be a welcome relief for many teachers who have stagnated in their job groups for up to six years compared to their counterparts who hold university degrees.
Teachers service commission is constitutional commission mandated to manage human resources in education sector in the country. TSC employs and renumerate teachers in all public schools in the country. Days after Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) issued a strike notice to teachers employer of failed negotiation on new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) collapse, teachers service commission has responded to teachers plight and they will soon know the fate of new CBA.
A form three student at Ainamoi secondary school has attacked and seriously injured the school principal for requesting him to make arrangements to pay the school fees balance. It has been reported that the student had a fee balance of seven thousand shillings.The school principal was hit by a 7 inches nail on his head by the student.He was later taken to hospital after a long bleeding on the back of his head.The police have arrested the suspected student and will be arraigned in the court later.
The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers through their secretary general Mr Akelo Misori has asked the ministry of Education to urgently republish the term dates for parents ahead of the Reopening of schools in 10th May.Image courtesy: Akelo Misori.While releasing a press statement, KUPPET secretary general said the the ministry should address the uncertainties around the resumption of learning for most classes in Primary and Secondary schools.
It is with deep shock that the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers is thrown into mourning the sudden demise of their member, Dr Kiveu Ndunya.Dr Kiveu Ndunya was formerly a Principal at Ingotse High School and was being transferred to Samburu County.Until his demise, the late Dr Kiveu Ndunya served as a chief Principal at Maralal Boys High School in Samburu County.
Police in Kericho County are searching for a form three student from Ainamoi Secondary School who pierced a nail into a principal’s head on Wednesday, June 9. The occurrence occurred at around 6pm after the 18-year-old student took a wooden board with a projected nail and hit the principle, Geoffrey Rono, on the head.
The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has revealed that it will address the new 2021-2025 Collective Bargaining Agreements, CBA, matters within the shortest time possible. TSC responded on status of the pending teachers' CBA planned to be signed before July 2021. This comes after the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers, Kuppet Secretary General, Okello Misori wrote to the commission expressing concerns over delayed conclusions about the new CBA.
The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers, Kuppet, Secretary General Okello Misori, has echoed that teachers might go on strike come July should their employer not conclude the issue of the new CBA. This comes barely after the union expressed concerns over delayed conclusions on the new 2021-2025 CBA.
Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers is a legal union incharge of teachers welfare and a representative of teachers to Teachers Service Commission (TSC).Last week, TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia was grilled by the lawmakers who wanted her to explain why the 2017-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement has not been implemented.
On Thursday, June 3, teachers affiliated with the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) notified the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) of a seven-day strike. KUPPET Secretary-General Akelo Misori stated at a press conference in Nairobi that if the employer does not raise teachers' salaries and offer them promotions, the union will strike.
Wilson Sossion, Secretary General of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), and Omboko Milemba, Chairperson of the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET), have expressed concern about changes proposed by TSC to course requirements undertaken by tutors before they are allowed to join the workforce.
Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers is a Union that was created in 1985 that is used to fight for teachers needs.Photo of the Secretary General of KUPPET.Today on KTN News they have reported that KUPPET is demanding an increase in some allowance from KNEC.
Most final-year students are not sure if they will complete their studies this year, Teachers Service Commission(TSC) reschedules promotion interviews over the conflicting timeline are some of the highlights of news education this morning.1.TSC cancels interviews for teachers eyeing promotion Relief as Teachers Service Commission(TSC) reschedules promotion interviews over the conflicting timeline, for over 33,000 teachers seeking to fill 15,000 vacancies.
Big Blow To School Reopening On Monday After This News Emerged and with less than a week for the schools to reopen for the third term, it may be a big blow to the students and Kenya at large as worrying news has been reported.Today's covid-19 report has come with some news that is likely to change so much in Kenya as far as all the plans in the country are concerned.