The Teachers Service Commission is mandated under the law to deregister teachers found guilty of misconduct. Where the name of any teacher is removed from the register, as per the TSC Act, such a name will not be reinstated except by the direction of the commission.

“A teacher whose name has been removed from the register shall cease to be a teacher for purposes of this Act with effect from the date of such removal,” reads the Act in part.

A teacher can be deregistered by TSC for the following reasons.
1 Dies
2 Obtains registration fraudulently
3 Has been convicted of a sexual offence or an offence against a learner
4 Has been convicted of a criminal offence which renders the person unfit to be a teacher
5 Is found unfit to teach following disciplinary proceedings
6 Suffers from physical or mental illness or infirmity which renders the person incapable of performing the duties of a teacher.


Whenever a teacher is deregistered his/her name will be published in the Kenya Gazette.

In the Year 2020 a number of teachers have been deregistered due to their high thirst for sex. Being a teacher, comes with being a role model to the society, hence in schools we should have teacher-student respect

To have the list of teachers who have been deregistered by TSC this year and the preceding years click on the link below to download the full and accurate list from the TSC website.

Click the link below to see the full list

https://www.tsc.go.ke/index.php/media-centre/downloads/category/85-de-registered-teachers

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