The newly Recruited 30,550 junior Secondary Teachers will be retained to cope with the syllabus of junior Secondary, said the Teachers Service Commission’s Chief Executive Officer Nancy Macharia.
According to Macharia, Teachers Service Commission is aiming to retain teachers who were hired as the part of ongoing hiring process.
Nancy Macharia said that Teachers Service Commission trained 60,000 teachers last year and the government has put another plan to train the newly recruited 30,550 junior Secondary Teachers.
According to Macharia, Retaining process of Teachers will begin this month and will last up to April 2023.
Macharia said that all teachers who were recruited in the ongoing exercise will be put on retooling regime that will ensure that they adequately attend junior Secondary Leaners.
“All the teachers who will be recruited in the ongoing exercise will be put on a retooling regime that will ensure they adequately attend to our junior secondary school learners,’’ Macharia said
Macharia as well added that 2,376 masters have been trained to prepare Junior Secondary Teachers
The commission targets to train 90,000 teachers between this month and the month of April as per TSC Boss Nancy Macharia
‘‘Already, we have trained 2,376 master trainers ahead of the retooling exercise of all the new teachers and others currently teaching in secondary schools. We target to train 90,000 teachers between now and April 2023,’’ Nancy Macharia said.