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TSC to Recruit 20,000 New Teachers on a Contractual Basis This Year

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TSC to Recruit 20,000 New Teachers on a Contractual Basis This Year

20,000 new teachers are slated to be recruited on a contractual basis this year according to the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) CEO Nancy Macharia.

Basic Education PS Belio Kipsang also revealed that the recruitment process will commence in July of this year.

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“The government understands the challenges in education sector and therefore we’ll employ at least 20,000 teachers by July. We want to ensure there is enough teachers in our schools for effective implementation of CBC,” Kipsang said.

Kipsang explained that the influx of new teachers will contribute to a more conducive learning environment. Additionally, he pointed out that this recruitment drive will relieve school Boards of Management (BOM) from the responsibility of hiring teachers.

The shortage of teachers has posed a significant challenge to the successful execution of the CBC, particularly in Junior secondary schools. Teachers often find themselves handling multiple subjects, leading to complaints about the workload.

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In some instances, Junior secondary school students have experienced delays in receiving instruction for certain subjects.

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Teachers have raised concerns about being assigned four or more subjects, despite their training being geared towards instructing only two subjects in secondary schools.

This mismatch has led to challenges, with some schools reporting that the initial group of JSS students experienced over a month without proper teaching.

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TSC to Recruit 20,000 New Teachers on a Contractual Basis This Year

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