Jubilation to Unemployed Teachers as President Ruto Re-assures the following
Jubilation to Unemployed Teachers as President Ruto Re-assures the following. President William Ruto reiterated the government’s commitment to lowering variations in the teacher-student ratio in public schools as part of the adjustments to the educational system.
Ruto said his government has expanded hiring efforts to lower the teacher-to-student ratio to a manageable level while speaking at Limuru Girls High School.
I’ve told CS Education to look into this matter as we wait to employ teachers for the future school year. He said, “We’ll keep doing that in all of our schools.”
President Ruto mentioned that the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) had already hired 35,000 teachers as part of its efforts to support freshly formed Junior Secondary Schools under the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC).
He promised that similar efforts would be made by the government to improve funding for public universities.
“Our tertiary institutions, including our universities, have been struggling because we lacked the courage to rise to the occasion.”
He committed to providing institutions that offer technical and vocational education and training (TVET) with more support.
This occurs in an environment with high taxation and a high expense of living. With this change, unemployed teachers will be able to support their families.
A new funding scheme for university and college students that the president also proposed has drawn harsh criticism in the last week.