Professionalizing the Teaching Service

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Dalila Kanika


This is a theoretical study that evaluates the situation of teacher management in Kenya at the moment, with a particular focus on the growing issues. Regardless of the many hurdles they face, such as globalization, rapid change, especially in technology, leadership dynamics, and increased competition, companies across all sectors strive to succeed. Today, from the perspective of Third World organizations, teachers serve as their strategic managers in terms of providing high-quality education and managing teachers in order to maximize their critical resources for development and growth. The TSC Act was approved in 2010 under the Kenyan Constitution and was later changed into an autonomous body with greater jurisdiction. Teachers scarcity, quality education, professionalization of the teaching profession, teacher advancement, professional conduct and outcomes of teachers, litigation, and integration and management of information, communication, and technology have all been extensively debated

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Kanika, D. (2022). Professionalizing the Teaching Service. Journal Educational Verkenning, 3(1), 10-16. Retrieved from


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