News to teachers countrywide. The education sector is one of the sectors that are highly valued in the country of Kenya. This is as far as our social, political and economic development is concerned.
The ministry of education has lately been in a battle to putting stringent measures in place for quality learning experience. Basically, this is in an attempt to make sure that the outcomes from this field are smooth and quality. It’s worth appreciating that the ministry of education is currently regarded as the country’s corner stone.
Firstly, introduction of the competency based curriculum is among the latest reforms made by the government towards the education sector. This initiative is the one that has further given birth to the present junior secondary schools in the country.
The ministry of education is trying to make ends meet in seeing the successful and full implementation of its programs. Even so, a very serious problem has emerged as teacher shortage in the country hits higher knots. This comes when the country has many teachers who are already qualified but still jobless all over the country.
On June 25, the head of state president Ruto promised that the government has already started plans towards bridging teacher shortage. Teacher deficit in instructional institutions has currently hit approximately 110,000 countrywide. The president spoke these while attending an event in kajiado, hosted by the county government of Kajiado.
News to teachers countrywide
This has landed as pure good news to all teachers who are already trained but still walking out here jobless and have really been yearning to join this profession. It is believed to also be a relief to teachers who are already in the field, who are currently high burdened as a result of understaffing in many education institutions.
The government program is aimed to run for the next two years before the teacher deficit gap is bridged.
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News to teachers countrywide.