(Additional) TSC Criteria for Promotions of Teachers to Higher Cadres- Heads, Deputies, and Senior Teachers in Primary Schools 2021-2022
New TSC Criteria for Appointment Of Head Teacher, Deputy Head Teacher, Senior Teacher Primary Schools
Now that teachers’ employer, Teachers Service Commission has officially released results for the 2021 TSC Promotions targeting a total of 16, 152 teachers who attended interviews in December last year and in February 2021; it is good to know which TSC Promotions Criteria were used to sieve successful interviewees.
TSC Promotion Letters 2021
Already the Commission has started dispatching Promotion Letters to county offices where the shortlisted teachers attended the 2021 TSC Promotions Interviews.
Teachers will then pick or receive their Promotion Letters via official TSC channels as schools reopen this May.
TSC Promotions Interview Results 2021
It is crucial to however realize and appreciate the fact that half of the shortlisted applicants will receive regret letters.
Some may not fathom how the Commission arrived at the decision.
In this write-up, we shall delve deeper into the latest additional criteria used by the Teachers Service Commission to promote primary school teachers to higher grades above the common cadre 2021-2022
Note; This is just one of the parameters used to eliminate ties during TSC Promotion Interviews.
The Commission has also listed other parameters to be considered during the selection of successful applicants for TSC Promotions that encompass number of available slots, availability of funds, experience among others.
Besides helping teachers understand and interpret the 2021 TSC Promotions Results,a this information will go a long way in helping teachers seeking competitive TSC Promotions after outgrowing the Common cadre understand what needs to be done beforehand when preparing for TSC Promotion Interviews to avoid making gross mistakes.
Additional TSC Promotions Criteria for Primary School Teachers 2021-2022
In addition to the requirements for appointment in the Policy, administrators in Primary institutions will be appointed based on the criteria outlined in the tables below:
New Additional TSC Promotion Criteria for Head Teachers
|1.||Up to 1000 students||Head Teacher T 10 (Grade C5)||Served as a Deputy Head Teacher at C4 for at least 3 years|
|2.||Above 1000 students||Senior Head Teacher T 11 (Grade – D1)|
New Additional TSC Promotion Criteria for Deputy Head Teachers in Primary Schools
|1.||Up to 1000 students||Deputy Head Teacher II T 9 (Grade C 4)||Served as a Senior Teacher at C3 for at least 3 years|
|2.||Above 1000 students||Deputy Head Teacher I T 10 (Grade– C5)||Served as Deputy Head Teacher C4 for at least 3 years|
New Additional TSC Promotion Criteria for Senior Teachers in Primary Schools
|1.||Up to 1000 students||Senior Teacher II Grade C 2||Served Primary Teacher I at C1 for at least 3 years|
|2.||Above 1000 students||Senior Teacher I Grade – C3|