The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) few day had made an announcement saying that the commission is going to promote about 14,000 teachers into various leadership positions.
Photo: Courtesy (TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia)
Furthermore, TSC announced that a total of 35,500 teachers were to be recruited starting January 2023. The recruitment process was meant to fill the gap caused by teacher shortage in the country.
As Teachers Service Commission prepares for January 2023 teacher recruitment, the Kenya Union of Post-Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) has issued a warning to TSC calling the commission to cancel the recruitment process.
Speaking today in Homa Bay, the KUPPET Secretary General Mr. Akello Misori has called on the Chief Executive Officer for TSC to revoke the recruitment exercise. Misori said that the TSC should consider the interest of those teachers who have stagnated in one job group for a long period of time.
Photo; Courtesy (Collage of KUPPET Secretary General Mr. Akello Misori)
According to Akello Misori, the TSC should consider promoting long-serving teachers at the expense of hiring new teachers who are entering the teaching profession.
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