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Full List of Counties with the Highest TSC Recruitment Vacancies/Slots

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Full List of Counties with the Highest TSC Recruitment Vacancies/Slots

TSC Recruitment 2022-2023 List of Counties with the Highest Recruitment Vacancies/Slots: TSC Recruitment Vacancies July 2022-2023 Per County

April 2022 TSC List of Teacher Transfers, Letters, Reporting Dates  per County and Region; TSC Dispatches Transfer Letters for the following Categories of Teachers in 2022

TSC Recruitment Vacancies 2022-2023 per County;The Following Regions Have Been Given Many Employment Slots By TSC In The Upcoming July 2022 Recruitment. Click HERE to view the Full List of available TSC Mass recruitment vacancies per county. 

 

The Teachers Service Commission will attempt to fill the gap in teacher shortages in the country’s public elementary and secondary schools.

 

In terms of teacher shortages, Kakamega County is the hardest hit. West Pokot, Kitui, Narok, Bungoma, Kilifi, Murang’a, Bomet, Siaya, and Migori are the counties with the worst teacher shortages in both primary and secondary schools.

 

In the category of secondary schools. Bungoma County is in first place once more, followed by Kisii, Homabay, Nakuru, Kitui, Makueni, Turkana, and Trans Nzoia.

 

Schools in the country’s north east are suffering from a severe scarcity, which has been attributed to insecurity brought on by banditry and terror-related incidents. As a result, many communities have struggled to recruit instructors.

 

 

 

The Teachers Service Commission is anticipated to explore these regions as it seeks to hire over 6,000 intern teachers to assist close the country’s teacher shortage gap.

 

The national treasury allotted the commission 1.2 billion in the fiscal year 2022/2023 to assist in the recruitment of intern teachers who will work alongside their permanent counterparts in curriculum delivery.

 

Due to economic restrictions, the commission has been unable to meet the required teacher-to-student ratio, despite the ever-increasing student numbers ascribed to the government’s 100 percent transition strategy.

 

 

Dr. Nancy Macharia, the Teachers Service Commission’s Chief Executive Officer, further clarified that the commission wants to allocate more spaces to sub-county schools in the next Recruitment.

 

This is because these schools often admit a large number of pupils, roughly 67 percent of children who transition from elementary to secondary school. As a result, more human resources should be allocated to help handle learners appropriately and effectively in order to achieve positive outcomes from curriculum implementation

 

Dr. Nancy Macharia, the Teachers Service Commission’s Chief Executive Officer, further clarified that the commission wants to allocate more spaces to sub-county schools in the next Recruitment.

 

This is because these schools often admit a large number of pupils, roughly 67 percent of children who transition from elementary to secondary school. As a result, more human resources should be allocated to help handle learners appropriately and effectively in order to achieve positive outcomes from curriculum implementation

Owing to the high TSC teacher shortages in both primary and secondary schools, the Teachers Service Commission recently effected massive transfers of both classroom teachers and school administrators in May to ensure staff balancing ahead of the July 2022 TSC Mass Recruitment.

In the recently concluded TSC Transfers, most teachers were shuffled especially in Kuresoi North sub county, Nakuru County to achieve fair staff balancing among schools and to boost performance during national examinations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Fridahkananu says

    Are we applying again or they are using the merit?

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