TSC Salary Increment For Senior Teachers. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has disclosed important changes for senior instructors in public primary and secondary schools in a recent circular.
It is expected that the TSC salary structures would change significantly; insiders have indicated that compensation may rise as early as July 2024.
This change is a positive step in the right direction toward recognizing and honoring the priceless contributions of exceptionally skilled teachers.
The CEO of TSC fervently supports the call for higher remuneration, stressing the significance of recognizing the dedication of these educators.
Notably, primary school teachers in grade C5 may experience a promising surge in their salaries, escalating from 47,896 to 64,631 shillings, indicating a substantial increase of 17,000 shillings.
Similarly, secondary school teachers may witness an increment in their salaries, potentially rising to 157,656 shillings from the current 115,163 shillings.
TSC Salary Increment For Senior Teachers
This proposed adjustment aligns with the uniform pay increases outlined in the 2021-2025 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA).
A closer look at the CBA indicates that there will be improvements coming for a number of roles, including deputy directors, senior teachers, and principals.
TSC’s pledge to encouraging excellence in Kenya’s educational system is demonstrated by its recognition and appreciation of educators.
The announcement of this pay increase is indicative of TSC’s proactive efforts to enhance teacher welfare and foster an atmosphere that will support high-quality education going forward.
It is recommended that interested parties monitor the TSC website for updates in order to stay updated.