Now, the country is witnessing a change in the curriculum. The exam-oriented 8.4.4 curriculum is now being phased out to make way for the new KBK curriculum.
TSC teacher employers are trying to recruit teachers to avoid shortages during the upcoming transition to secondary schools. However, the level of teacher recruitment is still low. The government has indicated that it will hire more teachers in the next budget.
The teachers are always crying in the hands of their employers. Former Knut SG Wilson Sossion will never forget after his disagreement with TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia over new regulations such as CPG, Tpad and TPD.
Apparently, Macharia will face the wrath of lawmakers. Lawmakers in Western Kenya, led by Amukowa Anangwe, have said they plan to move to parliament to remove Macharia, who often complains about teachers over strict rules.
They said they have succeeded in ending teacher segregation and are now hiring teachers in their district where they will be recruiting elementary school teachers. This was reported by Nyota TW based in Western Kenya as follows. So what’s next?