End of TPD training modules for teachers after the following announcement by the president

Official suspension of the controversial Teacher Professional Development (TPD) training program has been made by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

 

This follows the unanimous dismissal of a petition by Raila Odinga of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition, who maintained that the declaration of Dr. William Ruto as the next president was invalid.

 

The election of William Samoei Ruto as Kenya’s fifth president was upheld by the Supreme Court.for the TPD modules in Parliament, training teachers were requested to pay for them in July.

 

The Teachers Service Commission received Sh1.16 billion from the National Treasury for the express purpose of providing teacher training.

 

The commission included Sh289.37 billion as gross current and capital estimates in the 2022–2023 budget, along with Sh7.23 billion for general administration, planning, and support services.

 

The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) successfully lobbied the education and budget committees to approve the allocation for the TPD modules in Parliament, training teachers were requested to pay for them in July.

 

The Teachers Service Commission received Sh1.16 billion from the National Treasury for the express purpose of providing teacher training.

 

The commission included Sh289.37 billion as gross current and capital estimates in the 2022–2023 budget, along with Sh7.23 billion for general administration, planning, and support services.

 

The Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (Kuppet) successfully lobbied the education and budget committees to approve the allocation.

 


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