There are several teachers in the country who are unemployed. In addition, the government led by President William Ruto recently confirmed that more than 30,000 teachers will be hired to teach in both secondary and elementary schools. In addition, TSC, run by Nancy Macharia, assured all unemployed teachers that the Commission will ensure that recruitment is free and fair. All teachers who have applied for various positions are encouraged not to be tricked into giving money to get hired.
According to the source, new details have just surfaced about all the teachers serving as interns in 2022. According to the latest updates shared this hour from a well-known source, it has emerged that all teachers who have served as interns have a chance to smile as the Teachers Service Commission confirms they are being accepted on a permanent and pensionable basis . Joseph Mugele, who is also TSC's director of human resources, has revealed that any teachers who served as interns last year should not be taken off the payroll. That makes employment easier.
This is good news for all teachers, especially last year's interns, as TCS has confirmed that they will be taken on on a permanent and pensionable basis. Currently, teachers who have applied for various positions are taking part in interviews. Those who qualify will be sent to different schools across the country before schools reopen. The government is expected to hire several teachers who will oversee the secondary schools.
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