TSC has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to implementing some of its tactics, the majority of which have always been geared toward teachers, who are the primary targets for the organization’s attainable goals.
Nothing TSC has ever proposed has ever failed come to pass. As a result, teachers should get ready to wear the suggested uniforms, which will most likely begin in the new year of 2022. Since the new system, led by CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia, was implemented approximately six years ago, a lot of items have been implemented, and teachers have always been affected either positively or negatively depending on the prevailing variables for particular teachers.
According to recent reports, earlier suspicions about the adoption of teacher uniforms have been adopted, and it may become a reality soon.
According to the results of the research, the system has functioned successfully since the Ministry of Education introduced a shiny yellow colour for school buses, and now every school bus can be easily spotted from a distance, and schools can trace the movement of their buses wherever they travel. This caused an uproar from both students and teachers but later on implemented regardless of the oppositions.
According to Ken Mulunda, TSC’s Deputy CEO, this has forced the TSC to introduce a colour that will easily match the new norm, giving teachers a new look that will aid in efficient monitoring and other work execution practices.
To correspond with the new actual environment, teachers must wear glossy orange T-shirts and shirts with green lining on the collars and sleeves.
Though the notion is still in the oven, essential parties from the Ministry of Education and TSC are meeting to debate it in order to come up with a solution that does not lock a teacher up in their own backyard.