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THE TEACHERS STRIKE IN KENYA AND THE CONSTITUTION: WHO’S RIGHT ABOUT RIGHTS?

Two parents, Valerie Namtilu Wafula and Susan Wangari, have filed a legal action in Milimani Law Courts arguing that the teachers’ strike ‘will cause irreparable damage’ to students. The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) says the strike is legal under section 41 of the new Constitution. So, what does the new Constitution have to […]

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KENYAN TEACHERS GO ON STRIKE: BASIC RIGHTS OR “BLACKMAIL”?

As schools reopened for the final term of the year yesterday, teachers in Kenya made good their threat to go on a national strike in demand for a 300 per cent salary increase. Following the education minister’s ban on holiday tuition (see Forum posting, ‘Parenting in Kenya: Absentee Parents and Holiday Tuition’, 23 August), the […]

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