Functions (Roles) and Powers of the Teachers service Commission (TSC) in kenya

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The functions of the Teachers service Commission (TSC) in kenya shall be to: -

(a) register trained teachers;

(b) recruit and employ registered teachers;

(c) assign teachers employed by the Commission for service in any public school or institution;

(d) promote and transfer teachers; (e) exercise disciplinary control over teachers;

(f) terminate the employment of teachers;

(g) formulate policies to achieve its mandate;

(h) provide strategic direction, leadership and oversight to the secretariat;

(i) ensure that teachers comply with the teaching standards prescribed by the Commission under this Act;

(j) manage the payroll of teachers in its employment;

(k) facilitate career progression and professional development for teachers in the teaching service including the appointment of head teachers and principals; and

(l) monitor the conduct and performance of teachers in the teaching service.

Role of the Commission (TSC) 

The Commission shall have the role of: -

(a) reviewing the standards of education and training of persons entering the teaching service;

(b) reviewing the demand for and supply of teachers;

(c) advising the national government on matters relating to the teaching profession; and

(d) establishing and maintaining a teaching service adequate to the needs of public learning institutions in Kenya.

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