Sign in
Download Opera News App

 

 

Good News To Unemployed Kenyan Teachers as State Plans to Hire More CBC Teachers

Photo/Courtesy

In most cases, the education system in Kenya produces skills that are not valued by employers, while raising the expectation of those who acquire them. Consequently, the unemployed do not take up existing job vacancies and employers are unwilling to hire available candidates.

Unemployment in Kenya is attributed to a number of factors that include: rapid growth of the population and the labor force, skill mismatch, information problems in the labor market and even labour market set up.

Relief to all unemployed Kenyans as the government plans to hire more CBC teachers. The government plans to hire more teachers for Competency Based Curriculum.

Principal Secretary for Implementation of Curriculum Reforms at the Ministry of Education Prof Fatuma Chege said that the current number of teachers cannot effectively handle the population of the expected students to transit to secondary schools during double intake set for 2023.

Speaking in Naivasha yesterday, Chege said that they were working closely with other State agencies to address the issue of teaching staff. She said a task force formed to look into this issue of infrastructure and personnel had already presented their recommendations.

Source

Comment, share, like and follow for more updates.

Content created and supplied by: EMambanews (via Opera News )

Kenya Kenyan Kenyans Naivasha

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments