TSC To Employ 35000 New Teachers. The Kenya Kwanza administration’s first broad employment announcement was made by the Teachers Service Commission in January.
In order to address the teacher shortfall in public schools, the government will reportedly hire 35,000 more instructors.This, according to Ruto, is in line with his pledge to close the nation’s current shortage gap.
We have already employed 35,000 instructors this year because we want to make sure that our kids get the vital, high-quality education they need, and that’s the most we’ll be adding the next year, according to Ruto.We prioritize educating Kenyans and our children, which is the reason for this.
He spoke on Saturday during the centenary anniversary of Limuru Girls Secondary School.Since the establishment of the institution, 100 years have passed
TSC To Employ 35000 New Teachers
Others who attended included cabinet secretaries for education Ezekiel Machogu and vice president Rigathi Gachagua. The Kenya Kwanza administration first announced the mass hiring by the Teachers Service Commission in January.
Initial plans called for 116,000 new teachers to be hired in the first year, but they were later revised in light of the state of the economy.Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu stated, “We know that this coming year, we had promised 116,000 teachers, but because of the nature of the economy, we are going to do it gradually.
“For Evelyn Mitchell, three of his other children, and locals who joined his farm, Arnold Butler McDonnell, a pioneering tea grower in the country, created Limuru Girls’ School in 1922. It fits the definition of a national school.
The junior school, formerly known as Hill Preparatory School, is now governed by the Anglican Church of Kenya.
Ruto further asserted that his administration had increased financing for higher education and TVET by twofold. Ruto further asserted that his administration had increased financing for higher education and TVET by two fold.
He pointed out that they have increased the amount from Sh5.2 billion to Sh10 billion this year during the preceding 15 years.We lacked the confidence to take on the problem that our tertiary institutions were facing, which is why they have been struggling.