The Senate Education committee has accused the TSC of transferring secondary school heads hardly a year after their last moves.
Chairman Christopher Langat (Bomet) said the Teachers Service Commission should review the transfers and ensure the school heads return to their former stations.
“It is unfortunate that some of the principals who have been transferred are those who had been at their stations for a year and had turned around performance and standards of education in their schools,” said he said.
Dr Langat noted the risk of poor performance in national examinations, saying the move has left boards of management, principals and teachers demoralised.
“The boards have raised concerns about the transfers under the delocalisation programme, which was first rolled out in 2017 by the TSC, ” he said on Thursday at Gelegele in Sotik Constituency.