For the last five years Teacher's service commission had been facing shortage of teachers taking the following combinations. 1. Physics and Chemistry. 2. Biology and Agriculture. 3. Mathematics and physics. 4. Mathematics and computer. Since the introduction of competency based curriculum, Kenyan education has focused mostly on sciences.
Following the disagreements between Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and Teacher's Unions in the previous meeting at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Both KNUT and KUPPET have been urging TSC to call for another meeting to intervene into the matter. Teachers at last have a reason to smile after the Teacher's Service Commission (TSC) through its CEO Nancy Macharia has invited teachers' unions to a second round of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) deal talk on Tuesday, 13, after the first round talks fell out.
It is a cry of sorrows and pain.As teachers are born to train yet ignored like a slain.As B.OM and private teachers are left in the rain.The bills and challenges are digging deep in vain.How will we fit in the midnight train? I disagree with the say of "no pain no gain" For I have suffered in pain,but all in vain! where will we get the hay .No call is picked,as directors are in the place.Initial salaries in delay.Will you still need us back?You have forgotten we are the modelling clay?Giving the society the
Following disagreements between Teachers' Service Commission (TSC) and Teacher's Unions, TSC has scheduled for another meeting with teachers' unions to talk about the proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). The Commission invited Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) to the meeting scheduled 13th of July 2021 to discuss the 2021-2025 CBA.