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TSC Makes Major Changes Ahead of Schools Opening Date, Check The Changes

A few days before the start of the new school year on Monday, January 23, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) authorized the applications for large-scale teacher transfers among counties.

According to reports, Nancy Macharia, the chair of the commission, was given the go-ahead to follow the deadline set by the National Assembly's committee on education to reverse the delocalization strategy, which saw instructors posted far from their homes.

The TSC boss gave orders to all regional directors and the commission's secretary to guarantee a smooth procedure and make it easier for the teachers to settle before the schools reopened.

10,934 of the 14, 613 applications for teachers who were approved will affect elementary school teachers; 1,984 headteachers and 189 deputy head teachers will also be transferred as a result of the exercise. There will also be transfers for 226 high school principals and 1,316 secondary tutors.

The mass transfer takes into account several important factors, including the gender balance, age, health, and level of disability of the instructors. The exercise is the TSC's first mass transfer after the pandemic, which caused the process to be permanently suspended.

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