TSC Issues 1000 Promotional Letters in a New Batch
More than 1000 promotional letters were recently delivered to school administrators in various counties by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). After the interviews, there were delays, but some counties are now sending posting letters to teachers.
TSC initially announced 14,738 teaching vacancies in December 2022, but eventually withdrew the announcement due to a lack of interest. In January, March, and May, further application requests were sent.
However, senior job letters have not yet been distributed, therefore some teachers are filling in as they wait to be confirmed. Financial limitations have been blamed for delays because funding was given by the Treasury in installments.
As long as it has funding, the TSC intends to keep incrementally promoting and posting instructors. Due to the new “promotion based localization” system, which relates teacher advancement to job availability in a particular county, CEO Nancy Macharia expressed concern about teachers’ reluctance to pursue promotions in neighboring counties.
Only 11,231 instructors were employed out of the 14,738 posts that were initially advertised, 3,507 of which remained unfilled due to a lack of applicants, and 1,021 of which were designated for teachers who practice affirmative action.
Various positions in ordinary and special schools were featured in this job postings. These include those for chief principals, principals, deputy principals, senior masters, head teachers, deputy head teachers, and senior teachers.
TSC Issues 1,000 Promotional Letters in a New Batch.