The government of Kenya has a big number of trained Teachers who are still not employed. The Teachers Service Commission plays a crucial role of ensuring proper distribution of Teachers' jobs countrywide. For instance, the commission recently employed new teachers who will report to various institutions by September.
Teachers who are employed in unregistered schools and are not registered by the Teachers Service Commission are now in trouble. This is because, the ministry of education ordered that all Teachers who do not meet the curriculum be flagged.
This is sad news to thousands of Teachers who teach in private and public schools and yet they do not own the TSC numbers. They are therefore advised to ensure that they meet the requirements to be registered by the Teachers Service Commission.
However the news is good news to unemployed Teachers who are seeking to get a teaching station. Doing away with the unregistered will create more vacancies to trained Teachers who meet the requirements of the curriculum. This is joy to them since their jobless status will be relieved.
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