The teachers service commission has released terms and conditions for those applying to be teachers. It has also clearly shown how the interviews will be done and marks awarded.
Clearly, the INTERN teachers who were recruited early this year to teach on interim basis have a head start during the recruitment process because they will be awarded ten marks ahead of others coming for the interviews. This has led to sulking from another important cadre of teaching staff. THE BOM teachers.
The scoresheet appears to discriminate another carder of teachers who are working under the Board of Management in Schools. Most schools in Kenya right now are managed by BOM teachers. They are mostly hardworking and young
1) Interested candidate above 35yrs were not eligible to participate in internship programs , It remains impunity over impunity!
2)BOM teachers have not received their pay since march while the INTERNS have been getting their pay upto date.
3) INTERNS have just been in the program for 3months and enjoying great benefits unlike some BOM who are experienced having taught for several years.
4) Internship programs should be for everyone graduating from college/campus to gain basic classroom experience and no interviews should be conducted.
5) INTERNSHIP is not DISABILITY!
We demand fair interviews by #TSCKE