TSC Warns Of Impending Crisis As More TTC Students Fail Their Exams

The Teachers Service Commission has raised fears over the rising number of students getting referrals in the Teachers Training Colleges around the country.
Many students are either failing flatly or getting referrals hence unable to graduate until they sit for the exams again.
Speaking during a graduation ceremony in Meru, the chief executive of Teachers Service Commission Nancy Macharia said that the rising trend will affect the quality of education in the country.
In the college where Nancy Macharia was attending the graduation, 145 students had received referrals in their exams hence were unable to graduate.
Another college had more than 280 referrals in 2016 and many other colleges across the board had also been affected.
The CEO said if this is not addressed, the country could find itself in a situation where there is an acute shortage of teachers.
She said they were holding consultative meetings to avert this impending disaster.

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