The Teacher Service Commission (TSC) has officially started training 60,000 secondary school teachers in both public and private schools in preparation for the rollout of junior secondary in January.
Nancy Macharia, chief executive of the commission, said yesterday that the program would train six teachers from each school across the country. Training will be conducted at central locations at the county and sub-county levels, with mode of delivery being both face-to-face and online.
“During this first phase of training, we will involve 60,000 teachers from public and private secondary schools, including those with special needs,” she said when she began training at the Kenya Institute for Special Education in Nairobi.
By the end of the year, Ms. The commission plans to train a total of 116,024 teachers in competency-based curriculum (CBC) training, Macharia said.
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The program started yesterday with the training of master trainers and is expected to end on May 13.