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6000 Teachers Affected in Delocalization Policy as Several Teachers Transferred Away From Their Preferred Schools

Delocalization policy affected so many teachers where several teachers were transferred away from their preferred Schools.



Most of the teachers were transferred far Away from home counties, a move that left many complaining, seeking the abolishment of Delocalisation Policy.


However, as details indicates by Teachers Service Commission, TSC through Kenya National Union of Teachers, Knut, about 6000 teachers were affected in Delocalisation Policy as several were transferred away from their preferred Schools.


Teachers got a relief after Kenya Kwanza government under the leadership of the newly elected President William Ruto affirmed to end the Delocalisation Policy.


This comes as Lurambi MP Titus Kamala fronted a motion before Parliament, seeking for teachers to be only transferred within the zone he or she is working.


Teachers have already applied for transfer request, seeking to be transferred back to their home counties. Kenya National Union of Teachers, Knut said that they have reached an agreement with Teachers Service Commission, TSC for acceptance of teachers’ transfer request.


Teachers Service Commission, TSC said, working on transfer request has already began where teachers who have been successfully transferred will be informed on their new working station before schools reopening in the next academic year January 2023.


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