TSC Set New Reporting Dates For Intern Teachers. When classes resume for the third term in early September of this year, elementary schools will begin receiving intern instructors from junior secondary schools (JSS) and primary schools.
Less work should be assigned to the teachers, particularly at junior high schools where grade 8 courses will begin in January of the following year.
Two weeks previously, the Teachers’ Service Commission (TSC) announced 20,000 teaching positions across the country.
The commission intends to select 18,000 interns for junior secondary schools from the 20,000 applications received.
The remaining 2,000 recruits, according to TSC Chief Executive Nancy Macharia, are placed in primary schools to assist with (CBC)
TSC Set New Reporting Dates For Intern Teachers
The program targets unemployed registered teachers.
The application deadline was July 18, 2023, for those who were eligible and interested.
The internship period is one year.
Successful applicants will get a monthly payment of Ksh20,000 for junior high school entrance and Ksh15,000 for primary school admittance.
To confirm the 20,000 teachers it had hired as interns in February of this year on permanent and pensionable terms, TSC, however, asked the government for funds.
that if teachers spend too much time working on internships, they will get unmotivated.
According to Muturi, the Commission intends to confirm the teachers in January 2024, assuming it receives the required cash.
TSC intends to:
- spend sh 11 billion on teacher promotions,
- sh 7.9 billion on CBC,TPAD, and PC training,
- sh 24 billion on recruiting interns, and
- sh 73.8 billion on hiring 111,870 teachers on long-term contracts.