Pursuant to section 30 of the Teacher Service Commission 2012, TSC has published the names of teachers that it has removed from its register of teachers.
Among the offenses committed by these teachers were misappropriation of funds, an intolerable code of conduct, immoral behavior, and chronic absenteeism. TSC, therefore, felt that they have breached the code of conduct and regulations.
The deregistered teachers were granted a virtual hearing by TSC before being declared guilty. Also present was their witness.
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TSC maintains that after hearing the cases of teachers, they were left with no option but to withdraw their TSC certificates. Having been deregistered, their numbers were revoked and therefore they are not allowed to teach in any learning institution.
“Pursuant of section 30 of the TSC Act (2012) the Commission wishes to publish names of teachers who have been removed from the register of teachers further under the law these teachers cannot engage in teaching in any learning institution,” The Commission said.
A teacher can be deregistered if he/she Dies Obtains registration fraudulently.
Has been convicted of a sexual offense or an offense against a learner.
Has been convicted of a criminal offense which renders the person unfit to be a teacher.
Is found unfit to teach following disciplinary proceedings.
Suffers from physical or mental illness or infirmity which renders the person incapable of performing the duties of a teacher.