TSC has finally come out and cleared the air on the issue of teachers’ school uniforms that had created hot debate. The news that circulated on social media indicated that the commission has improvised color of uniform to be worn by all teachers.
The refuted news suggested that teachers have to wear glossy orange T-shirts and shirts, with green lining on the collars and the sleeves just to coincide with the new actual environment.
Below is the tweet to rubbish the claims:
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.
Several items have been put across Since the new system was implemented, led by CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia. This system 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.
TSC recently launched TPD Modules which now is a mandatory for teachers to train. Under the training, teachers in public schools will now be required to renew their professional certificates after every five years.
The teachers, in the new policy, will be required to undertake in-service professional training lasting for five years upon which they will get their certificates renewed.
At the end of each module, teachers will be given a number of points yet to be made public.
The professional development will run for 30 years and has six modules each lasting five years.
Teachers will be required to pay Sh6,000 for each year and the training will be conducted during holidays.
Kenyatta University, Mount Kenya University, Riara and Kenya Education Management Institute will be responsible for the training.