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Teachers to Pick TSC Promotion Letters

TSC Promotion Letters; The following Teachers To Pick their Letters

This comes as a relief to school deputies, senior teachers, acting headteachers, and principals who applied for advertised promotion positions.

These teachers must begin receiving promotion letters the next week, per the commission’s directive.

The offices of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Sub County Directors will be where the Senior Teachers and Deputy Headteachers will pick up theirs starting the following week.

Additionally, the Headteachers and Principals will pick up their promotion letters from the TSC County Directors’ offices.

The TSC headquarters reportedly released the final batch of letters, which are presently being printed and distributed to teachers who applied for the same by County and Sub County offices.

Few senior teachers and deputy headteachers/principals received their letters after attending interviews in their counties successfully during the most recent recruiting.

The company of the instructor ran 14,738 separate teacher promotion ads in December 2022.

TSC Promotion Letters;The following Teachers To Pick their Letters

In January and March of this year, the first and second calls for applications were issued.

The benefits of holding the top positions are likely to readily cause a rush for the jobs.

TSC nonetheless pleaded with competent teachers to fill approximately 1,001 openings within the next seven days in its May advertisement, though.

There were 987 Deputy Head-teachers in conventional primary schools among them, in addition to eight principals and six deputy principals in Special Needs Education (SNE) schools.

Dr. Macharia reopened the application period from June 9–15 so that interested teachers could submit their applications.

‘‘The Commission strives to ensure that teachers are promoted as a means to recognize and reward teachers’ effort and performance, align them for succession management/career progression and to motivate them to perform better in their duties and responsibilities,’’ Dr Macharia said.

Positions for Chief Principals, Principals, Deputy Principals, Deputy Principals, Head Teachers, Deputy Head Teachers, Senior Masters, and Senior Teachers were posted by the employer of teachers.

In SNE schools, there were four teachers serving as head principals, eight principals, and fifteen deputy principals.

To increase the total to 7,747 teachers, the TSC sought 7,720 deputy head teachers to take over in normal primary schools.

However, only 5,155 teaching positions were filled, leaving 2,592 open positions.

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