KENYA SECONDARY SCHOOL HEADS ASSOCIATION
Kenya Secondary School Heads Association is a professional organization comprising of about 7,000 members drawn from public and private Secondary Schools in the republic of Kenya. It was established in the late sixties with the sole purpose of providing professional advice to its members spread in all the 47 counties in Kenya.
Objectives of KESSHA
KSSHA, National Executive Council is elected at the KSSHA Annual National Conference by delegates from the 47 counties in a democratic and transparent exercise presided over by the hosting County Director of Education. To further KSSHA aims and objectives, KSSHA has set up branches in the 47 counties namely:
These 47 counties have in turn set up District and Zonal branch offices depending on the size of the region.
KESSHA’s mission is to “provide exemplary leadership and training, and foster partnerships for quality education”
KESSHA’s vision is to “be a globally competitive and dynamic professional body in the education sector”.
“Professionalism Our Commitment”
KESSHA is a professional body committed to engaging all stakeholders in the education sector in the provision of quality education and establishment of participatory governance systems in secondary schools. We endeavour to empower our members with the requisite knowledge, skills and attitudes to deliver the desired outcomes of the education system.
KESSHA will work with partners and all stakeholders whose objectives are geared towards promoting innovative ways of improving the quality of education. We will proactively engage the corporate bodies, government institutions, Non-Governmental Organisations and International Aid Agencies in pursuit of our vision and mission.
We uphold integrity as the guiding principle in all our operations and we will ensure excellent stewardship of the resources entrusted to us and institute management systems that enhance transparency and accountability in all programmes.
We are a strong team drawn from across the country and determined to make a difference in the management of education in Kenya.
We are National Body that serves and treats all its members equally irrespective of their geographical, gender, cultural, ethnic, political or religious backgrounds and affiliations and abhor discrimination of whatever nature.
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