TSC Warns School heads On Teachers’ Workshops
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has warned teachers against attending workshops that fake TSC’s approval.
Various organizations have recently organized seminars and workshops to train teachers on issues related to KCSE setting and marking.
The workshops must be approved by the county director before they can take place, and on the 2nd of December, the Country Director of Education released a warning memo to teachers.
The commission states that it has not authorized any organization, group, or individual to hold a teacher workshop and therefore teachers should be careful with such invitations.
“Kindly note the Teachers Service Commission has not approved any workshop for teachers to be held by any organization, groups, or individuals.”
The Teachers Service Commission warns that school heads do not release any teachers from their institutions to attend workshops that have not been approved by the Commission.
“This is to advise you not to release any teacher from your school to attend those workshops that have not been sanctioned by the Commission.”
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Rift Valley TSC Regional Director was referring to some workshops which indicates that they are approved or are in partnership with the teachers’ employer.