JSS Teachers Fail to Report Back to their Schools due to Lack of Fare
JSS Teachers Fail to Report Back to their Schools due to Lack of Fare. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) stated on Monday that it was trying to make sure the last group of teachers received their payments in May.
“We apologise for any delays that may have resulted by teachers reporting to their stations after hours or from the late submission of necessary paperwork” Tsc stated.
Every effort is being made to implement all salaries in May, the commission said in a statement.
TSC said that the late arrival of instructors at their workstations, which interfered with the processing of salaries, was the cause of the delayed payments.
The headteacher of a junior secondary school (JSS) contacted to ask about a teacher who skipped his second day of work today.
The Vihiga intern teacher told his headmaster that he didn’t have access to transportation or basic essentials to get by during his second term at the school.
He asserted that he was unable to find any more money after using up all of his financial options through borrowing throughout the first semester.
A staff meeting was organized by his headteacher to go through plans for the upcoming term. The JSS instructor was the only person absent. Most of his coworkers in the department responsible for elementary schools had started their shifts on Monday.
Trying to ensure that the final batch of instructors received their compensation in May, the TSC declared on Monday.
Teachers reporting to their stations after hours or the late submission of required paperwork may have caused delays, according to Tsc.
The commission stated in a statement that every effort is being made to implement all wages in May.
TSC said that the reason for the postponed payments was the instructors’ tardy arrival at their workstations, which interfered with the processing of paychecks.