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TSC Commend Teachers For Timely Completion Of Curriculum, Allays Fear Of Looming Strike

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TSC Commend Teachers For Timely Completion Of Curriculum, Allays Fear Of Looming Strike

TSC Commend Teachers For Timely Completion Of Curriculum, Allays Fear Of Looming Strike
According to the Teachers Service Commission, the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations will be administered by 70,486 thoroughly vetted teachers.
Nancy Macharia the commission’s Chief Executive Officer said the teachers include center managers, invigilators, supervisors, and even examiners because the test will eventually need to be marked.
She was speaking at the Nakuru Town East Deputy County Commissioner’s office when she opened the examination container, assuring no irregularities would occur during the exams.
“We have given the best teachers to monitor the exams. We have made strides in the administration of examinations and we want to assure the public that the examinations will be free and fair,” Macharia stated.
Macharia also praised teachers and students for completing the curriculum in such a short and crowded term.

TSC Commend Teachers For Timely Completion Of Curriculum, Allays Fear Of Looming Strike

Madam Nancy Macharia led the multi-agency team in the inspection and dispatch of KCSE examination materials in Nakuru County this morning. A total of 343 public schools and 159 private schools in Nakuru County.
“It was a very shortened term but the teachers did their best and I am proud of them and am sure learners will do well,” she said.
During a press conference, the TSC president allayed teachers’ fears of a strike, saying that they had lengthy discussions with the unions and decided to prioritize the needs of the students.
The Ministry of Education announced that 831,015 students will take the 2021 KCSE exams, which began on Monday, March 14, and will end on Friday, April 1.
Those in Class 7 and Form 3 will then be promoted to the upper class in late April 2022, and their KCPE and KCSE exams will be held in November and December 2022, respectively.
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Treasury Chief Administrative Secretary Eric Wafukho, who accompanied Macharia, stated that a significant amount of resources will be allocated for secondary school infrastructure development as the country prepares for a double intake in 2023.
Ms Margaret Nyambura, Director of the Migori County Teacher’s Service Commission, has also stated that the centre manager should ensure disciple in order for the exam to run smoothly.
He stated that the exam centers will be held accountable if anything goes wrong. He urged the center managers to be vigilant and to report any new cases to their respective sub-county directors of education.

TSC Commend Teachers For Timely Completion Of Curriculum, Allays Fear Of Looming Strike

TSC Commend Teachers For Timely Completion Of Curriculum, Allays Fear Of Looming Strike
TSC Commend Teachers For Timely Completion Of Curriculum, Allays Fear Of Looming Strike

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