Unemployed teachers have a reason to smile after Kenya Union of Post- primary Education for Teachers Sec. General Akello Misori delivered good news this morning. Akello Misori has urged the Teachers Service Commission to employ at least 5000 teachers before schools open for first term. Misori says that this will be of great importance because form ones are yet to join.
Misori regrets that there are many unemployed teachers who are qualified yet there is a deficit of teachers in both primary and secondary schools in the country. The move by the government to introduce Competency Based Curriculum calls for more teachers and Misori says that the Teachers Service Commission has no otherwise but to employ more teachers.
He has urged the Teachers Service Commission to move with speed and employ 5000 teachers in preparation for the form one intake in May 2022. If Misori's plea is effected by the Teachers Service Commission, then majority of the unemployed teachers will be absorbed in May this year.
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