Teachers endorse Sh6b health cover, reject curriculum rollout
SEE ALSO :Teachers in West Pokot oppose house levy“Delegates unanimously endorsed the decision by the Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed to suspend the roll out of the Competence Based Curriculum (CBC),” reads the resolution. The union resolved to reject the professional development modules being implemented by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). Delocalisation They also agreed that TSC must withdraw delocalisation policy, saying it has separated families. The teachers also resolved that the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) improves terms and conditions for teachers contracted to examine the national tests. The union also wants the TSC to begin deducting non-union members agency fees.
SEE ALSO :Knut warned against disrupting trainingIn the elections, Wycliffe Omuchei from Western region was elected national chairman, effectively replacing Mudzo Nzili. Collins Oyuu from Nyanza region scooped the First Vice National Chairman position, beating Patrick Karinga from Central. Karinga is the current executive chairman, Nyeri branch, while Oyuu was the Assistant Secretary General before election. Clement Omollo now assumes the Assistant Secretary General’s position. Clement Gicheru, who is the current Executive Secretary of Kiambu East branch, and Joseph Ndungu, former Nyandarua executive secretary, also vied for the Assistant Secretary General’s position. [email protected]
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