The implementation of mandated daily lesson attendance registers that class secretaries fill up for each lesson was thought to have curtailed the norm of teacher(s) absenteeism.

 

 

 

The papers include a record of when the teachers enter the classroom for the lesson, as well as when they leave at the end. TSC is apparently contemplating a new, more effective means of implementing its services, therefore the forms may be phased out in the near future.

During the press conference announcing the report on the data collected during the recently completed Term One appraisals, TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia stated that the data collected by respective teachers shows some signs of inconclusive information and may not reflect the actual manner in which teachers perform their noble duties at school level.

 

 

 

As a result, she hinted that the TSC App is undergoing a system overhaul. To avoid paperwork applications, the new system will include online applications for numerous leaves, such as study leave and maternity leave, to mention a few, similar to how online transfers have been implemented.

TSC’s spokesperson, Ms Beatrice Wababu, also stated that the commission is working on enhancing and adding new features to the TSC Kenya app that will allow for more effective monitoring of teachers on subjects linked to reporting on and off duty.

TSC’s spokesperson, Ms Beatrice Wababu, also stated that the commission is working on enhancing and adding new features to the TSC Kenya app that will allow for more effective monitoring of teachers on subjects linked to reporting on and off duty.

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