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Over 70,000 Teachers Deployed By TSC To Supervise KCSE

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Over 70,000 Teachers Deployed By TSC To Supervise KCSE

Over 70,000 Teachers Deployed By TSC To Supervise KCSE.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) assured parents, students, and other education stakeholders on Monday that a multi-agency team has put adequate plans in place to ensure that examinations run smoothly.
TSC Secretary Dr Nancy Macharia also stated that the normal school calendar will resume in January 2023, when the Ministry of Education’s crash program to recover time lost due to the Covid-19 outbreak ends.
Speaking at the launch of the distribution of KCSE theory examination papers in Nakuru, Macharia urged all stakeholders to work together to ensure an irregularity-free examination period.
Mr Eric Wafukho, Treasury and Planning Chief Administrative Secretary, and County Commissioner Erastus Mbui Mwenda were also present when centre managers and security personnel converged at the County Commissioner’s office, where the container containing examination papers was opened.
While stating that TSC had deployed 70,486 teachers across the country to serve as center managers, supervisors, invigilators, and examiners, Dr Macharia urged all stakeholders to focus on delivering credible examinations rather than using the exam period to settle scores or as a ‘yardstick’ to achieve other goals.

Over 70,000 Teachers Deployed By TSC To Supervise KCSE

In January 2022, the KCSE candidates completed project exams that had been ongoing since July 2021.
Art and design, agriculture, woodworking, metalworking, building construction, and computer studies are among them. Theory tests, which began on March 14, will conclude on Friday, April 1, 2022.
Macharia stated that the Commission is confident that it is on the right track to finding the winning formula that will ensure learning institutions are safe for students and teachers as the regular school calendar is restored.
Beginning January 4, 2021, the first and second terms were reduced from 14 to 11 weeks, and holidays were reduced from four to one week, with a 10-day Christmas break.
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She attempted to assuage concerns about leakage by stating that all examination materials are secure and that no candidate will have an unfair advantage over the rest of the candidates during the test.
“It is the duty of security personnel, centre managers (school principals), supervisors and invigilators to ensure that malpractices do not interfere with the credibility of the exams.
“Unless situations dictate, examinations must be transported using government vehicles in the presence of at least one police officer,” said Macharia.

Over 70,000 Teachers Deployed By TSC To Supervise KCSE

Over 70,000 Teachers Deployed By TSC To Supervise KCSE.

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