TSC Seeks 300M for County, Sub-Counties and CSOs
TSC Seeks 300M for County, Sub-Counties and CSOs. The Teachers Service Commission requires Sh300 million to pay for field services in counties and sub-counties, according to a report given to a Parliament committee.
According to TSC CEO Nancy Macharia, field services are essential for carrying out Teacher Performance Appraisal and Development (TPAD).
According to section 11(c) of the TSC Act 2012, Macharia indicated in her report to the Education Committee that the services are essential for Performance Contract oversight and execution.
The swift resolution of continuing disciplinary issues and the application of teaching standards are significantly impacted by them. Macharia claims that the Commission need Sh300 million in order to pay for the initiatives and initiatives at the county and subcounty levels.
The TSC employs the TPAD system 2 as a tool to evaluate instructors’ performance in light of the standards that the group has set.
The main goal of the system is to improve teachers’ efficiency, which will ultimately improve students’ academic advancement. In 2016, it officially started to operate.
To assess the quality and efficacy of instructors, TPAD uses seven teaching standards: professional knowledge and application, time management, innovation and creativity in the classroom, learner protection, safety, discipline and teacher behavior, and promotion of extracurricular activities.