All unemployed Teachers have a great reason to smile as the Teachers Service Commission conveys good news to the. TSC is a government body entitled to offer employment to qualified Teachers. The Teachers Service Commission is now set to employ 37,000 Teachers next year.
The good news has been released when Kenya is in the process of adjusting to the new curriculum, Competency Based Curriculum (CBC). In CBC, more learners will join secondary schools than before. This is because, transition is done as from class six, what makes secondary schools to have more classes.
The fact being that the government proposed 100% transition of learners from primary Schools to secondary schools, unemployed trained secondary schools Teachers will win big. The Teachers Service Commission will be forced to hire more Teachers at secondary levels to teach students as more students are likely to crowded at secondary schools.
Unemployed Teachers are therefore advised to be prepared for recruitment next year by processing all the required documents for employment.
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