The board in charge of teachers promotion and registration has announced mass promotion of teachers from primary schools to secondary schools.
The teachers' employer says the move is aimed at addressing the huge capacity gaps being experienced following the rolling out of the Competency Based Curriculum, (CBC) system of education.
TSC says that the CBC system has shifted most of the education work to secondary schools, leaving primary schools with many teachers but with less work.
TSC says the teachers who will be promoted will be deployed to work in the newly introduced junior secondary schools that include Grades 7, 8 and 9.
According to Teachers Service Commission, the following are the qualifications for the any teacher either from primary school to secondary should have in order to achi3ve the promotion.
However, TSC says that promotion will be merit based with the teachers holding a bachelors degree and had a mean grade of C+ and above being one to be considered.
1. Diploma and degree in Special Needs Education.
2. Diploma and degree in Early Childhood Development Education.
3. Diploma in Education (Primary option)
4. Diploma In Education (Secondary option)
5. Degree in education (Secondary option) but lacking C+ at KCSE or C+ in teaching subjects.
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