TSC Sends More Show-Cause Letters To School Teachers


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TSC Sends More Show-Cause Letters To School Teachers

The principals and headteachers of both elementary and secondary schools get many show cause letters from the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).


As a result of their subpar KCPE and KCSE grades, these instructors have continued to receive show cause letters from their company.




Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has asked the principals of the schools to explain why their institutions have done so poorly over the past three years.





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One of the letters addressed to a school in Kuresoi, Nakuru County, stated, “You are asked to demonstrate cause why disciplinary action should not be taken against you for poor performance in the last three years.”


The letter continued, “Furnish this office with the steps implemented no later than seven days from the date of this letter.

After the release of the 2021 KCSE examination results, TSC instructed its Regional Directors to compile and submit statistics on the performance of the schools in the National Examinations for the previous three years in their respective regions.

The Performances from both primary and secondary schools were included in the data.


The Commission had asked the field offices to provide the data about two weeks following the publication of the 2021 KCSE results, according to a memo dated March 11, 2022 and signed by the interim Staffing Director Antonina Lentoijoni.


The memo sparked alarm among school administrators in failing institutions.

Given the conviction that nothing bad can happen to them regardless of the KCSE or KCPE results, heads of institutions as well as teachers in some schools have been carefree with regard to the performance of their students.


Show Cause letters are expected to introduce a new mindset in how teachers handle their daily tasks and obligations.


A total of 831,026 and 1,225, 507 candidates sat for the 2021 KCSE and 2021 KCPE National Examinations, respectively.

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