All deputy teachers in secondary schools reported that they could be demoted if they never followed professional development guidelines (CPGs).
The affected group are those who act as leaders of the institution who have never followed the guidelines set for them in their current position. According to professional development guidelines, no teacher can advance through two job groups without serving on each group for at least three years.
For example, a trainer progresses from c2 to c3 from a job group with at least 3 years of service in each group. No teacher can go from c2 to c4 without going through c3.
Most of the teachers received promotion letters from the tsc sub-district in their respective districts to become deputy teachers. However, most of these teachers are never qualified for the mentioned positions because they belong to occupational group c2 or c1. Despite their ability to act, they refrained from seeking endorsements with strict CPG guidelines, causing tsc to issue a circular reminding them about their advertising.
Things are quite different for teachers serving in ASAL and dry areas, because they can escape from some workgroups when they are in affirmative action. TSC canceled the announcement of 14738 after public outcry and protest by teachers in the division. Of the 14,738 vacancies initially advertised, 11,346 were allocated to primary schools and the rest to secondary schools. Vacancies occur due to resignation, natural interest or death due to retirement. Some teachers are also found in administrative positions.
Teachers B5 and C1, who were not released in the advertisement, proposed the promotion of tsc until the c2 work group should be automatic. Tsc asked why senior teacher II and I have now decided to work in the name of c2 and c3. KUPPET Chairman Omboko Milemba fully supports the cancellation of the above mentioned advertisements and calls on tsc to increase the number of openings. He also suggested that many qualified teachers may be uncomfortable with the move. “Teachers who deserve to be promoted from one job group to another job group. Those are workgroups c3 and c4. This is the tip of the iceberg,” emphasized Milemba.
Teachers have lost their profits for a long time due to the ignorance of promoting tsc. The head of the department, Milemba, said that his office is working tirelessly to ensure the tolerance of the mentioned problem and the exact number of teachers. In the end, he estimated the amount to be more than 1 billion shillings.