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Kenya: Education Committee wants TSC to hire on permanent basis

Africa/Kenya/23-02-2020/Author(a): Kevin Wachira/Source: www.kbc.co.ke The National Assembly Education Committee wants the Teachers Service Commission to recruit teachers on permanent and pensionable terms and not on internship terms. TSC seeks to recruit 10,000 teachers as interns and 5,000 teachers on permanent and pensionable terms. Appearing before education committee to defend its budget for the next financial […]

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United Kingdom: Schools to use teacher body cameras to combat bad behavior amid privacy concerns

Europe/United Kingdom/09-02-2020/Author (s) and Source: www.rt.com/ Schools in England are equipping teachers with body cameras in a bid to “de-escalate” confrontations in the classroom as part of a trial program with the intention to make them a permanent feature, raising privacy concerns . At least two schools – one in London and one in Hampshire […]

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Kenya: NGAOs directed to ensure 100pc secondary school transition

Africa/Kenya/02-02-2020/Author: Hunja Macharia/Source: www.kbc.co.ke The Government will conduct a head count of last year’s KCPE candidates who have joined form 1 in line with the 100 percent transition policy. Speaking in Vihiga County Interior CS Fred Matiangi warned that National Government Administrative officers will be held personally liable for the absence of these learners from […]

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Kenya: Labour court restrains Prof Kiama from interfering with UON affairs

Africa/Kenya/26-01-2020/Author and Source: www.kbc.co.ke The Employment and Labour Relations Court has restrained Prof Stephen Kiama from interfering with the University of Nairobi’s affairs pending the hearing and determination the case.  Lady Justice Maureen Onyango further directed the parties in the case to file and serve and appear for the hearing of the case on from interfering from activities […]

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Behaviour battleground: isolation booths divide opinion among teachers

By: Richard Adams. From a ‘lose the booths’ conference to ‘warm-strict’ policies, teachers are divided on how to tackle unruly pupils The use of isolation booths in state schools has become one of the most contentious issues among teachers in England, even if public concern over pupil behaviour has faded from the headlines since the […]

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United Kingdom: Holy Trinity Gravesend school to fine late parents

Europe/United Kingdom/19-01-2020/Author(a) and Source: www.bbc.com A primary school is to fine parents who are late to pick up their children. Holy Trinity in Gravesend, Kent, will issue a £1 charge per pupil every five minutes after 15:40. Social services will be contacted if a child remains uncollected at 16:00, according to a policy that was […]

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