NYANZA REGION – TERM 3, 2021 APPRAISAL REPORT AS AT 12TH
The TPAD System was opened for term 3, 2021 on 4th January 2022 and closed on 11th April 2022.
Below are tables with analysis of the appraisal process for term 3, 2021.
1. National TPAD Appraisal Summary
The table below shows an overview summary of the appraisal status in the country.
Table 1: overall appraisal summary
The number of teachers who successfully created appraisals in Term 3, 2021 was 341,760 which was an increase of 4,917 from those in term 2, 2021 where 336,843 teachers created TPAD accounts
2. NYANZA REGION COMPLIANCE REPORT
Table 2 below shows the compliance with regard to the whole appraisal process in the region
Table 2: TPAD compliance per county
3. COUNTY FEEDBACK REPORT
In this section, we present report on how the Counties are faring on in regard to teachers’ compliance. The ultimate aim of the commission is to have 100% compliance in the appraisal process.
The teachers who managed to complete the appraisal fully were 319,584 representing 93.5% Compliance while 22,176 (6.5%) teachers did not complete the process.
Regional Completeness of appraisal process in Term 3, 2021 as of 12th April 2022
Table 3 shows the percentage of appraisal completeness per county in the region.
Table 3: Completeness of Appraisal
National Term 3, 2021 TPAD Completeness
TPAD Completeness refers to the percentage of teachers who successfully created accounts and submitted their appraisal as at Tuesday, 12th April 2022.
Table 2 shows the counties compliance with regard to the teacher completeness of the appraisal process.
Table 4: Term 3, 2021 National TPAD Completeness
Table 2 shows that thirty-two (32) counties had more than 90% TPAD Completeness, while fourteen
(14) had between 80-89% completeness rates while only one had below 80%. Baringo County which has 79.4% has been faced with serious insecurities incidences that negatively affected their
Lamu and Nairobi County had the highest level of complete appraisals at 99.36% and 99.05% respectively. Samburu County was among the most improved county in terms of teachers who had completed appraisal raising from 55.92% in the last term to 84.67% currently