TSC Sets Process Of Replacement of Teachers Exiting Service
TSC Sets Process Of Replacement of Teachers Exiting Service. Teachers who have left the service due to attrition have been replaced, according to the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
Dr. Jamleck Muturi, the TSC’s chair, announced that the commission will post job openings for interested parties to apply for.
During the hiring process, the commission would give priority to regions with a teacher shortage, according to Dr. Muturi, who was speaking at Tambachi Teachers College in Elgeyo Marakwet County.
The government’s efforts to boost the number of teachers in all public institutions were also noted by the speaker.
Dr. Muturi estimates that there is a shortage of about 100,000 teachers nationwide, although the government permits the TSC to hire 5,000 instructors annually.
He urged education stakeholders to cooperate in order to maintain high standards of education in the county and pointed out that they are essential to provide students with a high-quality education.
The TSC is also aiming to create welcoming workplaces for all of the nation’s teachers. Dr. Muturi urged newly minted educators to submit applications for the open teaching posts as the commission is actively hiring educators all around the nation.
The TSC is taking action to address this problem because junior secondary schools have a serious teacher shortage. For instance, one teacher is not able to handle 100 stdents in Junior Secondary in all subjects.
To fill the teaching gap in junior secondary schools, the commission is now seeking qualified primary school teachers. This teachers should have attained the minimum grade to teach in Junior Secondary School.
A minimum C simple mean grade in the KCSE, a minimum C+ in two teaching topics, and a diploma or degree in education are required for deployment to JSS.
The open jobs are encouraged to receive applications from those who match the aforementioned requirements. The application deadline has been extended by the commission.