Popular Counties with Teacher Shortage
Popular Counties with Teacher Shortage. The counties with the largest teacher shortage are also identified by new information.
The biggest teacher shortage in the country is found in the secondary schools of Kakamega County.
In the county, there are 421 secondary schools and 4,283 vacant teaching positions. There should be 9,999 teachers in the county, yet there are only 5,716.
On the other hand, Kisumu County, which has 608 schools, has a 4,317-teacher shortage in primary schools.
Of the 10,547 teachers that the county needs for its basic institutions, 6,230 are not present.
With 68 secondary schools out of 452 total establishments, Kitui County has the greatest proportion of secondary schools without an actual principal.
In Nakuru, 56 out of 373 secondary schools lack a head, compared to 57 out of 333 schools in Homa Bay county.
Among the counties with the greatest number of secondary schools without principals are Bomet (55), Kakamega (53), West Pokot (53), Meru (50), and Migori (50).
This brings the overall shortage of primary and secondary school teachers in the public sector to 103,077.
This is less information than TSC revealed last week when introducing its strategic strategy.
There is a 111,870 tutor shortfall among teachers, according to TSC data.
The employer of the teacher requested an additional Sh78 billion as part of its five-year strategic plan in order to hire more teachers over the following five years.