KNUT Demands TSC To Expedite Transfer of the Remaining Delocalized Teachers
KNUT Demands TSC To Expedite Transfer of the Remaining Delocalized Teachers. KNUT requests that TSC expedite the return of the remaining delocalized teachers to their original locations as part of the ongoing transfer exercise.
Njeru Mutani, executive secretary of the Tharaka Nithi branch of the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT), said that the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) should immediately implement the transfer by working around the clock to reroute the teachers who requested to be transferred back to their place of origin.
Speaking to teachers at Maara constituency’s Chogoria market, Mutani said that after being reunited with their families, the rerouted teachers will be able to spend the remaining years of their teaching careers in peace.
“The transfer exercise is still under progress. I implore TSC to expedite the return of the remaining teachers to their original locations. The TSC ought to work nonstop to reroute the teachers who asked to be sent back to their original locations, according to Mutani.
TSC should transfer the teachers, as delocalization was illegal, according to KNUT.
Delocalization, according to the TSC and the Ministry of Education, is illegal, he claimed.
According to the KNUT spokesman, the teachers unions have been working nonstop to ensure that the typical, unusual, and draconian act is permanently forgotten.
“The Kenya Kwanza Education agenda said that delocalization would be eliminated. As promised, the exercise started in January.
This year, 315 primary school teachers, 71 secondary school teachers, and 57 head teachers have returned to their home locations by January 15th, according to Mutani.
He noted that learners will be taught well, and positive outcomes may be anticipated, and that the delocalized teachers are now motivated and prepared to work hard.
Mutani praised the administration for the thoughtful action, stating that the delocalized teachers may now afford to grin.
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