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TSC Provides Clarification Regarding Teacher Replacement

TSC Provides Clarification Regarding Teacher Replacement.

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has declared its intention to hire new teachers to replace those who quit their jobs in the fourth quarter of this year owing to nationwide natural attrition.

In order to complete this program, more than 1000 Teachers who left their jobs in July and August will need to be replaced. To prevent a disruption in the education of the children, TSC intends to swiftly publicize these open jobs.

The TSC CEO addressed persistent reports about this procedure and advised instructors to be patient. TSC will alert all teachers via their official social media platforms as soon as the job description for these roles is finalized.

In addition to information regarding the schools where these positions are situated and the subject combinations needed, the commission hopes to publish a thorough list of all open posts.

As Macharia, the TSC spokesperson, said, successful applicants may be allocated to serve anywhere in the country, not just in their recruitment district.

For convenient access and use as a resource during the application process, all open teaching posts will be listed on the official TSC website.

The 100% transition program started by previous president Uhuru Kenyatta has significantly contributed to the teacher shortage in Kenyan schools, which has hampered academic advancement and policy execution.

Due to the transfer from primary schools, there is now an expected shortfall of 58,291 instructors in post-primary institutions and 38,054 instructors in elementary schools. The TSC estimates that there are around 96,000 fewer teachers needed in Kenyan schools as a whole.

Additionally, due to their size, Technical and Vocational Education Training Colleges require an extra 5,000 teachers. The federal government is actively developing a strategy to hire additional teachers in all public schools and improve the working conditions for all teachers nationally.

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