TSC Latest Crucial Circular To All Teachers. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has issued a guideline that highlights the significance of instructors and administrative staff presence on school grounds in an effort to improve the effectiveness and quality of education delivery in public educational institutions.
TSC highlights the necessity for teachers and institution heads to be available at all times for their assigned teaching and administrative activities in compliance with the Code of Regulations for Teachers (2015) and established agreements.
TSC district principals have been ordered to lower teacher and administrative staff absenteeism in order to adhere to this guideline. To guarantee a successful implementation, a number of important points were emphasized:
1. Acknowledged absences:
Any absence by a teacher, whether for work-related reasons or other causes, requires written approval from the institution’s administrator. The school journal must be filled up with the explanation for the absence.
2. Permissions hierarchy:
TSC sub-region principals must give written approval for absences for elementary school instructors. TSC district principals must approve high school principals.
Institutional leaders must give written notice to the District Director of Education before departing for work using public monies.
It is recommended that government bodies, agencies, and non-governmental groups that run educational programs with teacher participation schedule events for the weekends and during school breaks.
5. Appropriate Timing:
The timing of events put on by organizations like KESSHA and KEPSHA, as well as elected leaders from Sacco, Unions, and Societies, should be carefully considered.
6. Setting the main tasks’ priorities:
There should be no extracurricular activities during the regular school day that are not related to teaching and administration tasks.
7. Precautionary measures:
To guarantee that instruction occurs even when the designated teacher is not present, adequate plans must be developed. A logbook should contain a schedule for making up missing classes.
In conclusion, it is the responsibility of institution heads to make sure that the curriculum is properly covered within the allotted time. District and subdistrict directors may take appropriate action if you don’t comply.
This circular emphasizes the value of instructors’ attendance and their commitment to delivering high-quality instruction. By following these recommendations, educational institutions can maximize their use of instructional resources while also enhancing student learning.
TSC Latest Crucial Circular To All Teachers