All P1 Teachers To Get A Salary Increment Of Ksh 6000. In Kenya, the only commission with the following stated mandate is the Teachers service commission.
~Promote educators from one category of employment to another
~Additionally, to move teachers from one workstation to another
Generally all issues affecting teachers in any way are handled by the Teachers Service Commission.
Dr. Nancy Macharia is currently in charge of the commission. The teachers service commission’s chief executive officer at the moment is Nancy.
The teachers service commission’s top administration, led by Dr. Macharia, is constantly looking for ways to make sure that all teachers in the nation like working for the commission.
According to the most recent information from the commission, TSC, all P1 teachers would receive a wage increase of 6,000 Kenyan shillings per month. All of the instructors who are anticipated to receive the raise have taken this as excellent news.
The compensation increase, which would benefit all teachers in elementary schools, is expected to begin in July. This will happen as soon as the students return to class after the half-term break.
Assuring all primary school teachers that the Teachers Service Commission is eager and ready to raise compensation for all P1 teachers across the numerous schools in the nation, Dr. Macharia spoke at the time these announcements were made.
She further stated that because primary school instructors are in contact with so many of the activities that students engage in throughout their early stages of development, this augmentation will be implemented.
The fact that the country is surviving a very difficult economic period due to the increased taxes that have caused food prices to rise and also for the passage of the 1.5 percent housing levy plan in parliament gives hope among numerous negative news stories in the nation.
All P1 Teachers To Get A Salary Increment Of Ksh 6000