The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has deregistered 44 teachers.
In a notice issued by the commission, the tutors were removed due to disciplinary related issues.
The tutors were barred from teaching in any learning institution.
Pursuant to section 30 of the TSC Act (2012), the commission wishes to publish names of teachers who have been removed from the Register of TeachersTSC
The move comes as measures to streamline the sector ahead of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) review by the task force chaired by Professor Raphael Munavu are being crafted.
“Pursuant to section 30 of the TSC Act (2012), the commission wishes to publish names of teachers who have been removed from the Register of Teachers,” read the notice in part.
“Further, under the law, these teachers cannot engage in teaching in any learning institution,” it furthered.
According to the TSC Act 2012, the deregistered tutors would only be reinstated after appealing to the commission.
President William Ruto appointed a task force to look into is universal access to education, the viability of the curriculum’s structure, tutor employment, governance, and initiation of the distance learning program.
The 49-member committee will present findings every two months for a period of six months.