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KESSHA Wants Government To Address Teacher Recruitment And Training

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KESSHA Wants Government To Address Teacher Recruitment And Training

KESSHA Wants Government To Address Teacher Recruitment And Training.
Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (Kessha) chairman Kahi Indimuli has stated that the CBC school heads want the government to address teacher recruitment and training.
Kahi spoke during the opening of Kessha’s 45th annual conference in Mombasa on Monday.
“The government has done its best in building CBC classes. TSC has also asked schools to submit 6 teachers per school to go for preparation for retooling of CBC as we enter junior secondary,” Said Kahi during an interview with Citizen TV.
About 170,000 people are registered as teachers in private schools. There are 238,686 people who have registered but have not yet found work.
The country has approximately 750,446 registered teachers. TSC employs 341,760 people out of this total.


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Indimuli stated that it is critical to collect principals’ suggestions because they are directly involved in educational management.
Around 1.5 million students in Grade 5 are expected to move on to Grade 6 at the beginning of May. They will take the national exam in November and then transition to junior secondary school in January.
The national government is currently constructing 10,000 CBC classrooms for junior secondary schools across the country. It also trains approximately 60,000 secondary school teachers.
“We need to put all our thoughts as Kenyans together and we want to hear the voice of the principals because they are very critical in the management of education,” Kahi said.
He stated that secondary school principals must examine curriculum design to determine whether their schools are prepared to accommodate junior secondary students.
He believes that KICD should not wait until students are in school to distribute curriculum designs.
Kahi noted that there is a need to bring together education stakeholders to discuss the sector’s future.
According to Kahi, there is a need to look into the issue of capitation to ensure that school principals receive adequate funding to run their schools.
KESSHA Wants Government To Address Teacher Recruitment And Training

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