TSC Lays Plans To Promote 50000 Teachers. By the end of this year, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) plans to promote more than 50,000 teachers.
The chairman of TSC, Dr. Jamleck Muturi, revealed that with Ksh1 billion in financing, they have already hired 50,000 interns for this year, beginning in March and continuing through November.
Dr. Muturi addressed important issues raised at a meeting with education stakeholders that was conducted at St. Teresa Girls Secondary School in Kisumu.
These challenges included worries about staff shortages, mental health concerns, and staff disciplinary issues.
In order to ensure that children receive high-quality education, Dr. Muturi reassured the stakeholders of the Commission’s commitment to addressing these problems.
Teachers who are happy with their jobs are better able to meet the requirements of their students.
He also said that there is a general scarcity of instructors across the counties and that plans are being made to fill this gap; these plans would be put into action in due course.
Dr. Muturi emphasized the creation of wellness centers and rehabilitation facilities for impacted staff members in terms of mental health support. Additionally, paid leave has been given to some affected employees.
Participants in the conference included school heads from various institutions as well as officials from a number of educational groups, including Kenya Secondary School Heads (KESSHA), the Kisumu chapter of KNUT, and KEPSHA Kisumu.
TSC Lays Plans To Promote 50000 Teachers