Teachers Salary Increment To Be Effected From July 2023. The (CBA) that the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and the teachers unions signed for the years 2021–2025 will be evaluated.
To boost teacher pay from B5 to D5, the Commission is requesting Sh56 billion over the following four years beginning in July 2023.
TSC CEO’S LETTER TO TEACHERS REGARDING CBA FOR THE PERIOD 2021–2025.
A non-monetary CBA for teachers was ratified earlier this year by the teachers union and the teacher service commission.
The TSC CEO today reaffirmed that this CBA is susceptible to renegotiation in order to give teachers a pay raise.
If the economy starts to grow more strongly, as the CEO confirmed,
TSC and SRC agreed to revisit their agreement at the halfway point.
The CEO noted that the commission and SRC have plans to examine the 2021–2025 CBA so that it stimulates teachers while testifying before the National assembly and the education committee led by Julius Melly.
In order to cover the same, we request that this Committee assist the Commission in obtaining Sh14 billion over the course of four years.
20000 NEW INTERN TEACHERS WERE HIRED BY TSC
To help address the teacher shortage in schools, the commission expects to hire more than 20000 teachers for internship programs in July of this year
Both through internship and pnp programs for both secondary and primary schools, TSC recently hired over 30,000 teachers.
Each of the newly hired JSS instructors will be responsible for a minimum of 12 courses.
On social media, the question of how this would be possible has been very hot.
When stakeholders in education questioned TSC about how it intended to handle the problem,
TSC brashly responded that it intended to hire more professors.
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