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TSC’s chairman, Dr. Jamleck Muturi, announced the hiring of 50,000 interns for the year, with Ksh1 billion in funding.
Dr. Muturi addressed critical problems presented at a meeting with education stakeholders at St. Teresa Girls Secondary School in Kisumu.
Challenges facing the organization include, employee shortages, mental health issues, and staff disciplinary issues.
Dr. Muturi reminded stakeholders of the Commission’s commitment to tackle these issues in order to ensure that children receive high-quality education.
Teachers who like their employment are better able to address the needs of their students.
He also stated that there is a general shortage of instructors across the counties and that strategies are being developed to replace this void;
These plans would be implemented in due time.
In terms of mental health support, Dr. Muturi advocated the establishment of wellness centers and rehabilitation facilities for afflicted staff members.
Some affected employees have also been granted paid time off.
School heads from various institutions as well as representatives from a variety of educational organizations such as ;
- Kenya Secondary School Heads (KESSHA),
- the Kisumu chapter of KNUT, and
- KEPSHA Kisumu, took part in the conference.