TSC Assigns JSS Teachers a Union
TSC Assigns JSS Teachers a Union. As of this academic year, Junior Secondary School (JSS) teachers are expected to join the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT).
This follows the Teachers Service Commission’s recent directive on the subject, which is available online.
According to the TSC, all instructors who work in institutions that are part of the junior secondary school sector must be Knut members as of right now.
There are rumors going around that the labor conflicts these professors were involved in have been settled.
It is crucial to be aware that Knut is a union that has historically advocated for elementary school teachers.
The Kenya Organization of Post Primary Education Teachers, or Kuppet for short, is an additional organization that works in the education sector and represents teachers who work in secondary schools as well as other settings.
Similar to their current counterparts working in primary schools, junior secondary school teachers will pay the same monthly dues and contribute 2% of their base pay to the Knut union.
A sizable fraction of the teachers who worked at junior secondary schools were paid throughout the month of April.