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TSC Assigns JSS Teachers a Union

TSC Assigns a Union to JSS Teachers

As of this academic year, Junior Secondary School (JSS) teachers are expected to join the Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut).

This follows the Teachers Service Commission issuing a new directive on the subject.

According to the TSC, starting today, all instructors who work in institutions classified as junior secondary schools must be members of KNUT.

There are rumours that the labour conflicts that these instructors were involved in have been settled.

It is crucial to note that KNUT is a union that has traditionally represented primary school teachers.

On the other hand, the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers, or Kuppet for short, is another educational association that represents teachers in secondary schools and other settings.

Teachers in junior secondary schools will pay the same monthly dues and contribute 2% of their base salary to the Knut union as their predecessors in primary schools.

The month of April provided pay for a large number of instructors who worked in junior secondary schools.

TSC Assigns a Union to JSS Teachers

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