The history of teachers in Kenya

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New Faces Emerge in Knut Poll
The Nation (Nairobi), 15 April 2001. Elections for posts at the branch level of KNUT continued yesterday and brought many new faces into leadership positions. The branch elections of April and May will climax in late June when the national officials are to be elected.
Is a Rival Teachers' Union Really Legal?
The Nation (Nairobi), Editorial, 21 May 2001. A parallel teacher union could not register in 1993 because to do would be unconstitutional. The Trade Unions Act disallows the registration of more than one union to represent members of one trade unless there is clear evidence that the existing one is not representative or effective. Nevertheless, the Kenya National Union of Post-Primary Teachers has now been registered.