Category Of TSC Teachers Prioritized For Automatic Promotions
Category Of TSC Teachers Prioritized For Automatic Promotions. Which kind of teachers would be given priority consideration for TSC promotions has been made clear by the Teachers Service Commission.
According to the commission, all acting instructors would be given preference for teacher promotions with greater pay.
Calvin Anyuor, director of legal services, and Jamleck Muturi, chairman of the TSC board, made their remarks in front of the lawmakers.
They clarified that the commission had taken intentional steps to guarantee automatic promotion for deputy headteachers who had been serving in an acting capacity for a while. When there are promotions, they will be given top priority.
The commission defended itself when asked why specific deputies hadn’t received promotion letters, alleging that the in issue had not adhered to the TSC’s rules for promotions.
The two also stated that there were different classifications for teachers in county, extra county, and sub county schools. These tutors were grouped based on a report on job appraisal.
Promotions for TSC Teachers Automatically
There were debates about these tutors getting automatic promotions. According to the commission, such teachers will soon receive automatic promotions.
Teachers presently have a very high chance of being promoted since, despite having to take part in some interviews, they will be given first preference. Because they are in different professions, job evaluation prevents automatic promotions.
Nevertheless, the panel regretted not obtaining funds for teacher promotion during the preceding ten years. Only one payment was issued, in July 2017, and it was for a review of remuneration based on the results of a job evaluation review by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission.
Natural attrition causes teachers to leave the profession.
The commission estimates that natural attrition will cause a total of 15000 teachers to leave their positions by December 31.
The emotions came when Lugari Mp criticized the commission for failing to promote deputies who had long served in an acting capacity.
The panel promised to look into the situation and devise a method that would automatically advance these instructors rather than subjecting them to meaningless interviews.