Teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission have thanked their unions for resuming talks with their employer on salaries. They say that the 15-20% salary increment proposed by KNUT and KUPPET will be of great importance to them. Their salaries are expected to change soon once the talk between their unions and TSC matures.
The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) has begun a countrywide recruitment drive as it promises to reclaim its membership of more than 150,000 by the end of this month. Secretary-General Collins Oyuu on Tuesday said membership forms had been distributed to teachers in all regions in the past two weeks.
The Teacher Service Commission is an independent agency enshrined in the constitution of Kenya mandated to handle the welfare of teachers. TSC has had conflict with teachers if late with their new policies that it has enacted aiming to reform the teaching profession. The commission started to delocalize teachers something that attracted much criticism from the two unions, KNUT and Kuppet.
Schools are scheduled to reopen for the third term as from Monday next. Those undertaking the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) are expected to graduate to grade six in the course of the year. They'll also sit for the national examination in December 2022 after which they will be moving to junior secondary.
To TSC On Salary Increament, Teacher Transfers And Promotions. The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) now wants the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to stop punitive teacher transfers and reverse teacher transfers which have been categorised as punitive in the recent past. KNUT Secretary-General Collins Oyuu speaking in Nairobi yesterday he said that while TSC can transfer teachers having good intent such as promotions or transfer request, some past transfers had been punitive to teachers who especially were separated from their families.
The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has written to the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) in a bid to renegotiate the 2021-2025 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) deal. According to KNUT boss, Collins Oyuu, the union is pushing for promotions and salary increment for teachers.
Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) is facing brilliance days ahead after thousands its members returned following change in leadership. Speaking to the press, KNUT Secretary General Collins Oyuu uncovered that north than 6,000 former members from the troubled union had made applications to return into the giant union.He noticed that the applications had been made by the teachers in a span of only two months and that the union anticipated that more teachers would be returning soon.
Teacher's unions have become helpless to the teachers. After Sossion left KNUT many teachers hoped that Oyuu will be their number one defender.All these have come to pass and Oyuu is a disgrace to teaching fraternity. "Colleague teachers, it's high time we left useless unions.
Teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission TSC are on a serious note expressing the disappointment from Mr. Collins Oyuu, who is the kenya national union of teachers KNUT Secretary General. teachers saying that when Oyuu took over from Wilson Sossion, three months ago, nothing useful has come out of the union, KNUT.
Teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission are now demanding for a circular validating TPD from KNUT and TSC. Teachers across the country have expressed frustrations they face on TPD. They term Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Mr. Collins Oyuu as a traitor. They say that Oyuu has colluded with TSC to frustrate them on matters of Teachers Professional Development training.
Teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission have expressed disappointment from KNUT Secretary General Mr. Collins Oyuu. In various teachers' groups, teachers say that when Oyuu took over from Wilson Sossion about three months ago, nothing fruitful has come out of KNUT. They say that Sossion was better than Oyuu and that Oyuu is being manipulated by TSC to suppress teachers.
Teachers in Kenya plays important role in the country. Despite the fact that the are not well paid, teachers perform their duties diligently without any fear or favour. Teachers are allowed to join teachers unions which are responsible of fighting for their welfare. In Kenya teachers are either allowed to join Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) or Kenya Nation Union o Teachers (KNUT).
Teachers will soon smile as Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers and Kenya National Union of Teachers open talks over salary and retirement age review. KNUT Secretary General Mr. Collins Oyuu and KUPPET SG Akello Misori have said that talks over the same were postponed when covid 19 hit hard.
Kenya National Union of teachers, commonly known as Knut is a trade union whose members are teachers and is tasked with the role of fighting for the better working conditions for them. Before Carrying out its election this year,the Kenya National Union of teachers was becoming a crippled lion after most of its members left the organisation.
Kenya National Union of Teachers Secretary General Collins Oyuu has challenged the government to keep junior secondary learners in grade 7,8 and 9 in primary school. On Wednesday, December 29, Oyuu addressed the 17th annual Kenya Primary Schools Head Teachers Association (Kepsha) delegates, arguing that primary school teachers were qualified to tutor junior secondary students.
The Kenya National Union Of Teachers through their secretary General Collins Oyuu now wants the government to keep junior secondary learners in Grades 7, 8, and 9 in primary school. While addressing the 17th annual Kenya Primary Schools Headteachers Association, Oyuu argued that teachers in Primary schools were qualified to tutor junior secondary learners.
Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) is facing glory days ahead after thousands of its members returned following change in leadership. Speaking to the press, KNUT Secretary General Collins Oyuu revealed that over 6,000 former members of the troubled union had made applications to return into the giant union.
TSC has introduced a new icon TPD TPAD which is different from TPD module. In TPD TPAD a teacher is supposed to select a University for intervention of GAPS in the TPAD. The system is forcing gaps even if you don't have any. Besides the KSHs 6000 for TPD modules you will incur extra cost for TPD TPAD interventions.
The Kenya National Union Of Teachers Secretary General Mr. Collins Oyuu has warned teachers against putting blame on him on matters of TPD. Speaking in Awendo during a fundraising for Seventh Day Adventist church, Oyuu has said that TPD is something which was introduced in 2015 when they were not in office.
The debuty national treasurer of the Kenya national union of teachers Ali Abdi Hussein died while receiving treatment in the Nairobi hospital.Knut secretary general Collins Oyuu Mr Hussein had been admitted to the hospital suffering from covid 19 related complications. The former treasurer had shown signs of improvement in the last three days but it was not enough.He died on Sunday morning when his condition became unbearable.