Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) and Kenya National Union of Teachers(KNUT) have asked President William Ruto to review some policies. President Ruto who on his swearing day revealed that he will form a taskforce that will scrutinize the Competence Based Curriculum has today been asked to also review the teachers delocalization policies.
The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) has hit out at President William Ruto over his Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) taskforce. KUPPET has argued that parents, students and teachers should have representation on the 49-member taskforce unveiled by the Head of State. The union further argued that the three categories had experienced CBC first hand and would provide valuable feedback to the team.
The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) Chairman Omboko Milemba hit out at President William Ruto over his Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) taskforce. Addressing the press on Saturday, October 1, Milemba argued that parents, students and teachers should have representation on the 49-member taskforce unveiled by the Head of State on Friday, September 30.
Teachers across the country have endured tough times for along time.They had kept on going on strikes in order to have better pay amongst other demands.Until now, the teachers through unions are still yearning for better working conditions with harmonised remuneration. Last year, teachers missed narrowly in getting their new salaries under new CBA.A few weeks to July last year, SRC dashed teachers' hopes for getting increased pay.SRC said that there was no money to pay teachers.At the end, the unions ended up signing a non monetary CBA with TSC that saw increased days for maternity leave of up to 120 days.Teachers ended up being bitter with union officials.
Teachers are beeing criticized and mocked on Whatsapp and other social media platforms everyday, this is after they use food that have been collected from parents for use in the competence based curriculum system and other related practicals like swimming on the floors have reacted to the taskforce. According to their message they are the ones who knows the real feel of what CBC is.
The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) Chairman Omboko Milemba hit out at President William Ruto over his Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) taskforce.Addressing the press on Saturday, October 1, Milemba argued that parents, college students and teachers have illustration on the 49-member taskforce unveiled by means of the Head of State on Friday, September 30
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is an independent body that is mandated by the law of Kenya to recruit, promote, discipline and transfer teachers. Under its leadership the CEO Dr Nancy Macharia, Teachers Service Commission came up with an idea of taking back all trained teachers in both private and public schools back to class for a short course known as TPD.
The Kenyan education system that is the 8-4-4 have been much superior in the country and created moe jobs to the Kenyan Netizens.The new education system,the Competency Based Curriculum has been facing a serious opposition from many sectors. It can be traced that the KUPPET and KNUT earlier before august elections were in the front line to support the new system.Today the former president of law society of Kenya honourable Nelson Havi has said that the two organs are currently in the front line to ensure that the new education system is scrapped.
During the last few years, life has been difficult to many parents in the country. With a squeezed academic calendar, they have been spending continuously when it comes to school fees, pocket money, shopping among other things for their learners while at home, the high cost of living has been draining them completely.
Four Names Likely To Feature In The Bungoma Senatorial By-election Incase Wetangula Becomes Speaker.
Bungoma county is likely to be subjected to a Senatorial by-election if the post election pact signed in the Kenya Kwanza Coalition that allows senator Moses Wetangula to become the speaker to the National Assembly comes to pass. A quick analysis of who may take up Wetangula's position, but not limited to them gives us the following four figures.
Tough times loom ahead for parents after a latest report revealed that Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha is being urged to increase school fees. In a report by the daily nation it has been established that a teacher's union wants the government to issue new fee guidelines to avoid disagreements among school managers and parents.
Deputy president William Ruto has received a major boost days after he was named the president elect. Ruto was named as the winner of the August 9th presidential polls after he floored Raila Odinga of Azimio with over 200k votes. Leaders across the country have congratulated the winner Ruto as they called for peace around the country.
Kenya is currently under the leadership of president William Ruto who was sworn in on Monday this week as the fifth president of the republic of Kenya succeeding Uhuru Kenyatta. After his inauguration ceremony at Moi international sports center Kasarani, President Ruto delivered his first speech where by he said that he will form a taskforce team to review the competency based curriculum (CBC) that replaced the 8:4:4 system.
A Competency-Based Curriculum was introduced in the country to improve the education level. The government has used billions of dollars to prepare learning and teaching materials. Also, thousands of teachers have been trained by the government to handle more than 6 million students who are under CBC.
On Wednesday, September 14, education stakeholders made a series of new demands to President William Ruto in line with his policy of implementing a competency-based curriculum (CBC). In a media meeting, representatives of the Kenya Post-Primary Teachers Union (KUPPET) and the Association of Private Schools called on the head of state to review the fees for curriculum handed over to parents.
President William Ruto immediately after being sworn into office on September 13,2022 promised Kenyans that his Government would form a taskforce that was going to help in reviewing the ongoing competency based Curriculum (CBC). As the process is now awaited to kick off, the Kenya Union of Post primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) have now asked the president to give them a chance so that they can take part in the review process.
President elect Dr William Ruto has received another major political boost after another union groups changes tune as they congratulates and promises to work with his government should he succeed in forming the next government of the republic of Kenya. According to the reports seen by the Nation, the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education of Teachers (Kuppet) and the Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) has shifted their allegiance from the opposition chief Raila Odinga to the president Elect William Ruto.
The Kenya Union of Post-Primary Teachers (Kuppet) has requested the Ministry of Education to give new expense rules to pad guardians from the unforgiving financial times. Puppet Secretary-General Akelo Missouri on Wednesday said many guardians have communicated worry over the new expansion in expenses in some live-in schools around the country.
President-elect William Ruto has received congratulations from two teachers' unions for his election victory. Both the Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) and the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) said that they are prepared to cooperate with Ruto's government and that they will give it their full support.
Two teachers' unions that congratulated President-elect William Ruto on his election victory outlined their primary reasons for supporting the incoming government. Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) and Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut), who supported Azimio la Umoja-One Kenya Alliance presidential candidates Raila Odinga and Martha Karua during their campaigns, said they would work with Ruto's government.