C2 Job Group Teachers Set To Receive A Salary Increase. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the sole organization in Kenya with the authority to appoint, promote, and move teachers between positions. The group, which is now headed by Dr. Nancy Macharia, has made a lot of effort to guarantee that instructors receive appropriate salary.
Teaching is one of the subjects in Kenya that need commitment, perseverance, and effort. Because teaching may not be their chosen profession, many academically gifted students choose to enter it as a last alternative.
However, it seems that attitudes towards the teaching profession are changing. With the majority of students at Kenyan universities now choosing to become teachers as a career path, teaching is gradually becoming a more marketable education in universities.
Recent efforts by the Kenya Union of Post-Primary Teachers (KUPPET) to persuade the Teachers Service Commission to increase the salaries of newly hired teachers make this trend even more positive.
The lowest paid secondary school teachers currently make Sh34,959, according to the union. This pay was thought to be inadequate for teachers who put in countless hours teaching their students.
KUPPET claims that TSC ought to take into account raising teacher pay from the present level of 34,959 to 74,259, which is a huge increase of 70%. If the commission complies with the Union’s requirements, teaching will rank among the top vocations in Kenyan universities.
C2 Job Group Teachers Set To Receive A Salary Increase