The Following Categories Of Teachers To Face Disciplinary Action Starting Next Week-TSC
The teachers service commission (TSC) will start issuing show cause letters and disciplinary actions to some categories of teachers starting next week.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Curriculum Support Officers (CSO) yesterday warned teachers who would hvave not submitted their term three appraisals to meet the deadline.
The 2021 term three Teacher Performance Appraisal Development (TPAD) portal was closed yesterday by midnight and teachers including school administrators who failed to meet the deadline wilface disciplinary actions.
TSC will serve this category of teachers with a show cause letters and the teachers also risk facing other disciplinary actions.
According to TPAD calendar of activities teachers should Plan meetings before school opening involving all staff to set school TPAD Activity calendar.
The meeting should happen during the last week of school holiday and attended by all teachers including the school head.
Heads of institution should ensure teachers avail their professional documents for approval during the first week after reopening.
From the second week teachers (appraisees and appraisers) should start undertaking lesson observations and identifying and documenting teacher’s professional gaps. This is a continuous process going through to tenth week.
Teachers should also activate their TPAD account on time once its opened for access.
According to TSC, teachers who do not take part in the appraisal process will not be considered for promotion. Such teachers will be overlooked in case of any chance for promotion.
The teachers’ employer said the appraisal system has been in place since 2016 on pilot basis, and running without being contested by any teachers union.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) recently issued show cause letters to thousands of teachers who failed to declare their wealth last year and the commission vowed to take disciplinary action.
The Commission also shared the list of teachers who failed to declare their wealth with Sub County Directors (SCD)and required the teachers respond giving valid reasons or else risk missing their salaries.