Most of the prominent people we have in our country are fruits of the hard work that was done by most teachers in our country. Teachers are the founders of success in most people. They work extra hard to ensure a good foundation is laid in every child.
From the previous years, teachers have always been seen in streets complaining about their salaries increments. This is because, teachers are paid lowly compared to other civil servants. Teachers in Kenya signed a new CBA which was to favour classroom Teachers. However, up to the moment, the CBA has not worked since SRC cancelled all CBAs for the next two years.
The Teachers Service Commission now sends good news to all P1 teachers who are in grade B5. The commission is now set to increase salaries for the teachers by 6,000 shillings. The commission will backdate the pay rise to July 2021. The increment will act as a boost to Teachers during this covid 19 pandemic period when most Kenyans are suffering had economic times.
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