Category Archives: Teachers Service Commission (TSC)

TSC to pay Teachers allowances demanded before CBC training

Teachers want their employer to start releasing allowances and transport money before they report for training on the new curriculum. Several at training centres across the country told the Nation that they were compelled to sign allowance forms, which did not indicate the amounts they would receive for upkeep. They complained that their head teachers sent them messages asking them… Read More »

TSC 2019- 2022 Teachers’ Medical Scheme by AON-Minet: Full Details and Benefits as Contained in Latest TSC Circular

FOR A COMPLETE GUIDE TO ALL SCHOOLS IN KENYA CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW; SCHOOLS’ NEWS PORTAL The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has finally released guidelines on the Teachers’ 2019-2022 medical scheme by Minet. The Contract, between TSC and Minet, to offer medical insurance to teachers and their dependents was renewed in November, 2019. “The Teachers Service Commission… Read More »

Latest Teachers’ Medical Scheme 2019- 2022 by AON-Minet: Full details and benefits as contained in latest TSC Circular

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has finally released guidelines on the Teachers’ 2019-2022 medical scheme by Minet. The Contract, between TSC and Minet, to offer medical insurance to teachers and their dependents was renewed in November, 2019. “The Teachers Service Commission procured and awarded Minet Kenya Insurance Brokers the contract for provision of Medical cover for all teachers… Read More »

TSC Issues Indefinite Leave To All Teachers After Corona Virus Shutdown 2020

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has given teachers an indefinite leave following the closure of all learning institutions countrywide. On Monday, the Education Cs directed all learners to stay at home after more cases of Corona Virus were reported in the Country. On Sunday, the president directed that all schools, colleges and universities be closed to prevent further… Read More »

TSC Suspended Interviews for Teachers Promotions

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has suspended the ongoing interviews for teachers shortlisted for promotions. This follows the recent outbreak of the Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic. Teachers who had been notified to attend the scheduled interview sessions will have no choice by wait a little bit longer. “In line with government directives on containing the spread of corona… Read More »

Corona virus update: President Uhuru address to Close all Schools, Universities

President Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered that all learning institutions to be closed in order to curb the spread of the Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic. This is after two more cases tested positive for the disease. Here is the full address by the President on Sunday evening; “My Fellow Kenyans., On Friday March 13th, 2020 the Government of Kenya… Read More »

Kenya Education Ministry issues Latest Guidelines on Schools Closure

The Ministry of Education has provided fresh guidelines to schools on how to contain the Corona Virus Pandemic. This is after the President ordered for immediate closure of all learning institutions. The order came on Sunday evening. “Following the confirmation of two additional cases of COVID-19 pandemic, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta ordered on 15th March 2020, that… Read More »

TSC Issues Corona Virus (Covid-19) Warning and Preventive Measures

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has issued a cautionary notice on the prevention of spread of Corona Virus (Covid-19) in the Commission’s offices countrywide. This warning has come at a time when the virus continues to spread claiming the lives of over 3,000 people so far; in other parts of the world. According to an internal memo from… Read More »

TSC In a Move To Ensure All Lessons Are Attended By Teachers

For all details about other schools in Kenya, please visit the link below; SCHOOLS’ NEWS PORTAL The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has moved to ensure teachers are in school most times. The Commission has instituted a raft of measures to curb absenteeism among the over 300,000 teachers on its payroll. “In order to optimally utilize the teaching resources institution and… Read More »