TSC Circular Regarding Senior Interns’ Future as Recruitment Starts Soon.
TSC is hiring interns.In Kenya, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is a key player in the regulation of the teaching industry.
This covers teacher registration, recruiting, advancement, and transfers in addition to making sure that wages are paid on time.
TSC has been working very hard lately to find answers to the teacher shortage issue and to advocate for higher pay for educators.
The identification of teachers who started their careers as interns as permanent, pensionable employees went into effect in 2019, which was a significant move.
This was a significant advancement for schooling. Because of this, these committed teachers are able to keep their jobs and retain their financial security.
The Teacher Service Commission (TSC) initiated a recruiting campaign in February of this year, bringing in over 20,000 trainee teachers, to help with the transition to the competency-based curriculum (CBC).
The initiative gave primary and secondary education particular attention. TSC is hiring interns.
Although some trainee teachers must still complete the probationary period, preparations are already in place to promote all of them to permanent positions with pension benefits, which will significantly alter Kenya’s teaching labor market.
Prior to the start of the 2024 school year, it is envisaged that all trainee teachers who are currently working in primary or secondary schools would get official letters confirming their move to permanent, pensionable positions.
The proactive approach adopted by TSC to safeguard Kenya’s educational future and the welfare of the nation’s teaching workforce is amply illustrated by these efforts.
This represents a helpful step in the direction of tackling the problems that educators around the nation are currently experiencing.
TSC Circular Regarding Senior Interns’ Future as Recruitment Starts Soon