TSC Teachers to Ask Permission Online to be out of School
TSC Teachers to Ask Permission Online to be out of School. The Teachers Service Commission has always made every effort to keep teachers in the classroom. To ensure that teacher absenteeism is subdued and under control, the commission has more frequently developed rules and regulations. Teachers must always be present at school during the school day, whether they are on duty or not, according to the commission.
In response to this, the tsc has developed a new initiative designed to reduce teacher absences. Teachers are now required by the commission to apply for leave of absence online. The commission has more than 300,000 teachers listed in its database. The committee wants to make sure that teachers’ purposeful absences don’t always prevent students from learning because of the large number of students.
In our nation, education is now essentially free thanks to government policy. For efficient knowledge transmission, the government often supplies teaching resources to all public schools across the nation.
The committee emphasizes the necessity of instructors and institution leaders being accessible in schools all the time to provide assistance to students in this regard. The commission recently issued a circular to all school heads and curriculum support officials in which all tutors are urged to make sure that teacher absenteeism is eliminated.
The teachers service commission and the education ministry have recently been at odds. Recently, the commission has canceled some events that the ministry of education had planned for teachers. The commission reiterates that these events frequently require teachers to miss class, which has a significant negative impact on the students.
Any TSC instructor who wants to miss work from now on must submit a formal request for leave to the TSC headquarters online. Initially, instructors who requested permission to miss class did so through the principal of the school and records noted in the official school journal.
Primary school principals will now need the area TSC sub county director’s written consent in order to miss work. If school monies are to be used outside the school’s grounds, they must also obtain the sub county director’s approval.
In order to lower teacher absenteeism, the committee additionally requested that all activities involving teacher participation take place over the weekends and during school breaks. Conferences of the Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association and Kenya Primary School Heads Association must follow the aforementioned direction.
All Saccos, or elected union officials, who are TSC-registered teachers plan their conferences and meetings over the weekends and during school breaks. It is forbidden for teachers to engage in any activity during scheduled teaching and learning times that are not part of their basic responsibilities.
Local arrangements must be made in the absence of the instructor who has been given permission online to ensure that lessons are not missed. Additionally, the commission demands a list of all untaught classes.