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The Teachers Service Commission has already advertised  5,000 teaching vacancies that will bridge the teaching staff shortage occasioned to support the government policy on 100...
The Teachers Service Commission has advertised 5,000 teaching vacancies to support the government policy on 100 percent transition of learners from primary to secondary...
The Teachers Service Commission has advertised 8,230  vacancies to replace teachers exiting service through natural attrition. Read also:TSC Application link For the Recently Advertised TSC Job...
The Teachers Service Commission is seeking to employ 14,460 teachers in a bid to plug acute shortage that has crippled learning in public primary...
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC)  has announced 1000 teaching posts in in Garissa, Wajir and Mandera counties. According to the advert seen by this author...
Earlier the year 2021, Teachers Service Commission,TSC, introduced an e-platform for official emails, virtual meetings and remote learning. The e-platform targeted all teachers employed...
KUCCPS also placed 293 (129 male, 164 female) to three colleges offering Diploma in Secondary Teacher Education, namely: Kagumo, Kibabii and Lugari TTCs. These...
Fresh details have emerged that the first cohort of the new Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) who are now in in Grade Six will have...
Close to three years after the government disrupted all co-curricular activities in a bid to contain the spread of covid-19, schools will now resume...
On Monday, June 20, Education Cabinet Secretary (CS) George Magoha said that the first class of the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) will remain in primary. schools even after they have passed the national exam that will qualify them for junior secondary school in 2023. Prof. Magoha assured parents’ anxieties regarding private schools’ readiness to accommodate the first cohort of Grade Six graduates as boarders in junior secondary schools while speaking to the media at the Moi Educational Centre. Parents should not have to relocate their children to different institutions, according to CS Magoha, and the competition should be held when they are looking to enroll in senior secondary schools in Grade 10. According to Magoha, it is vital for parents who already have their children enrolled in private schools to enroll them in junior secondary facilities inside those institutions so that the cutthroat rivalry that comes after year eight is postponed to year ten,” he said. “It’s just an extra year,” Magoha explained, “so they’ll be a little older than usual when they start competing for senior school...

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