Placement of JSS teachers in new CBC structure is critical
In the CBC dispensation, subject areas are not aligned to teaching subjects currently being trained at universities. Junior Secondary comprises of Grade 7, 8, 9.
By 2 months ago
Placement of JSS teachers in new CBC structure is critical
Ensure contracted teachers are absorbed on permanent terms
KNUT has been at the forefront of demanding that the government employs more teachers to reduce teachers’ workload and enhance quality teaching.
By 2 months ago
Ensure contracted teachers are absorbed on permanent terms
Address discrepancies evident in TSC's promotion of teachers
During the time in question, the Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) decided to promote a group of teachers to headship positions without interviews.
By 3 months ago
Address discrepancies evident in TSC's promotion of teachers
End exam malpractices; they are giving Kenya a bad name
It will be a big shame to the profession if it turns out to be true that senior members of our teaching fraternity have been involved in aiding cheating in the ongoing KCSE examinations.
By 3 months ago
End exam malpractices; they are giving Kenya a bad name
Candidates have prepared well for exams; don't let them down
Sitting a national examination is never an event; it is a process. We call upon parents, guardians and all well-wishers to prepare well to take their children to the next level in 2024.
By 3 months ago
Candidates have prepared well for exams; don't let them down
Double investment in education to improve quality and access
Senior secondary school learners have been allocated Sh19,628 per student. This amount should be raised to Sh35,000. Before the split into Senior and Junior Secondary, learners got Sh22,244.
By 4 months ago
Double investment in education to improve quality and access
Improve teachers' salaries to boost their morale even further
Kenya should embrace best practices adopted the world over. All stakeholders in the sector must be encouraged to work together for success.
By 4 months ago
Improve teachers' salaries to boost their morale even further
Twice daily collection of exam papers will pose challenges
The cause of examination irregularities, however, may not only be the collection and delivery time of examination papers to and from the containers.
By 4 months ago
Twice daily collection of exam papers will pose challenges
Failure to release capitation on time causing principals agony
Heads of institutions are already warning that the gaps created by the lack of consistency in disbursements could throw preparations for the national examinations into disarray.
By 5 months ago
Failure to release capitation on time causing principals agony
Include cancer management in the new health insurance fund
To fund the grand health scheme, the government plans to increase deductions from the current range of between Sh150 and Sh1,700 to a flat rate calculated at 2.75 per cent of gross monthly earnings.
By 5 months ago
Include cancer management in the new health insurance fund
Better funding and management is what education sector needs
The framework through which school funds are allocated, distributed, governed and monitored from time immemorial has been handled in a haphazard manner.
By 5 months ago
Better funding and management is what education sector needs
Teachers in volatile areas deserve government assurance on their safety
Teachers who are non-locals are discriminated against on food prices in the market; they are harassed by some learners and are not able to take any disciplinary measures.
By 5 months ago
Teachers in volatile areas deserve government assurance on their safety
Lowering retirement age not the answer to youth unemployment
Employment opportunities are created by expanding consumption of goods and services through good leadership and proper and prudent management of public resources.
By 5 months ago
Lowering retirement age not the answer to youth unemployment
Allow junior secondary teachers to join unions of their choice
All learners graduating from primary schools have a right to join junior schools and thereafter pursue their career path lines in senior school.
By 6 months ago
Allow junior secondary teachers to join unions of their choice
Engage teachers' unions before making further NSSF deductions
According to the existing terms and conditions of service, officers in the public service expect terminal benefits in accordance with their letters of appointment as an incentive for the services.
By 6 months ago
Engage teachers' unions before making further NSSF deductions
Hold demonstrations without trampling on rights of children
A protest, also called a demonstration is a public expression to the authorities of objection, disapproval or dissent towards an idea or action, typically a political one.
By 6 months ago
Hold demonstrations without trampling on rights of children
Proposed reforms and what they mean for the education sector
The Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms findings indicate that public primary schools have 223,296 teachers, but need up to 267,792 teachers.
By 7 months ago
Proposed reforms and what they mean for the education sector
Timely release of funds will help school principals to plan well
The State must recognise the significance of education and refrain from lumping this important sector with other fields when it comes to allocation in the budget.
By 7 months ago
Timely release of funds will help school principals to plan well
Placement of JSS teachers in new CBC structure is critical
In the CBC dispensation, subject areas are not aligned to teaching subjects currently being trained at universities. Junior Secondary comprises of Grade 7, 8, 9.
By 2 months ago
Placement of JSS teachers in new CBC structure is critical
Ensure contracted teachers are absorbed on permanent terms
KNUT has been at the forefront of demanding that the government employs more teachers to reduce teachers’ workload and enhance quality teaching.
By 2 months ago
Ensure contracted teachers are absorbed on permanent terms
Address discrepancies evident in TSC's promotion of teachers
During the time in question, the Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) decided to promote a group of teachers to headship positions without interviews.
By 3 months ago
Address discrepancies evident in TSC's promotion of teachers
End exam malpractices; they are giving Kenya a bad name
It will be a big shame to the profession if it turns out to be true that senior members of our teaching fraternity have been involved in aiding cheating in the ongoing KCSE examinations.
By 3 months ago
End exam malpractices; they are giving Kenya a bad name
Candidates have prepared well for exams; don't let them down
Sitting a national examination is never an event; it is a process. We call upon parents, guardians and all well-wishers to prepare well to take their children to the next level in 2024.
By 3 months ago
Candidates have prepared well for exams; don't let them down
Double investment in education to improve quality and access
Senior secondary school learners have been allocated Sh19,628 per student. This amount should be raised to Sh35,000. Before the split into Senior and Junior Secondary, learners got Sh22,244.
By 4 months ago
Double investment in education to improve quality and access
Improve teachers' salaries to boost their morale even further
Kenya should embrace best practices adopted the world over. All stakeholders in the sector must be encouraged to work together for success.
By 4 months ago
Improve teachers' salaries to boost their morale even further
Twice daily collection of exam papers will pose challenges
The cause of examination irregularities, however, may not only be the collection and delivery time of examination papers to and from the containers.
By 4 months ago
Twice daily collection of exam papers will pose challenges
Failure to release capitation on time causing principals agony
Heads of institutions are already warning that the gaps created by the lack of consistency in disbursements could throw preparations for the national examinations into disarray.
By 5 months ago
Failure to release capitation on time causing principals agony
Include cancer management in the new health insurance fund
To fund the grand health scheme, the government plans to increase deductions from the current range of between Sh150 and Sh1,700 to a flat rate calculated at 2.75 per cent of gross monthly earnings.
By 5 months ago
Include cancer management in the new health insurance fund
Better funding and management is what education sector needs
The framework through which school funds are allocated, distributed, governed and monitored from time immemorial has been handled in a haphazard manner.
By 5 months ago
Better funding and management is what education sector needs
Teachers in volatile areas deserve government assurance on their safety
Teachers who are non-locals are discriminated against on food prices in the market; they are harassed by some learners and are not able to take any disciplinary measures.
By 5 months ago
Teachers in volatile areas deserve government assurance on their safety
Lowering retirement age not the answer to youth unemployment
Employment opportunities are created by expanding consumption of goods and services through good leadership and proper and prudent management of public resources.
By 5 months ago
Lowering retirement age not the answer to youth unemployment
Allow junior secondary teachers to join unions of their choice
All learners graduating from primary schools have a right to join junior schools and thereafter pursue their career path lines in senior school.
By 6 months ago
Allow junior secondary teachers to join unions of their choice
Engage teachers' unions before making further NSSF deductions
According to the existing terms and conditions of service, officers in the public service expect terminal benefits in accordance with their letters of appointment as an incentive for the services.
By 6 months ago
Engage teachers' unions before making further NSSF deductions
Hold demonstrations without trampling on rights of children
A protest, also called a demonstration is a public expression to the authorities of objection, disapproval or dissent towards an idea or action, typically a political one.
By 6 months ago
Hold demonstrations without trampling on rights of children
Proposed reforms and what they mean for the education sector
The Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms findings indicate that public primary schools have 223,296 teachers, but need up to 267,792 teachers.
By 7 months ago
Proposed reforms and what they mean for the education sector
Timely release of funds will help school principals to plan well
The State must recognise the significance of education and refrain from lumping this important sector with other fields when it comes to allocation in the budget.
By 7 months ago
Timely release of funds will help school principals to plan well
Placement of JSS teachers in new CBC structure is critical
In the CBC dispensation, subject areas are not aligned to teaching subjects currently being trained at universities. Junior Secondary comprises of Grade 7, 8, 9.
By 2 months ago
Placement of JSS teachers in new CBC structure is critical
Ensure contracted teachers are absorbed on permanent terms
KNUT has been at the forefront of demanding that the government employs more teachers to reduce teachers’ workload and enhance quality teaching.
By 2 months ago
Ensure contracted teachers are absorbed on permanent terms
Address discrepancies evident in TSC's promotion of teachers
During the time in question, the Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) decided to promote a group of teachers to headship positions without interviews.
By 3 months ago
Address discrepancies evident in TSC's promotion of teachers
End exam malpractices; they are giving Kenya a bad name
It will be a big shame to the profession if it turns out to be true that senior members of our teaching fraternity have been involved in aiding cheating in the ongoing KCSE examinations.
By 3 months ago
End exam malpractices; they are giving Kenya a bad name
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