TSC published slots(Replacement). In October 2023, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) initiated a program to replace teachers who have retired naturally.
Dr. Jamleck Muturi, the TSC chairman, confirmed the availability of positions to fill the vacancies left by instructors who departed due to natural attrition.
He made this announcement at Tambach College of Education in Elgeyo Marakwet District. Dr. Muturi emphasized that the government’s teacher recruitment and deployment strategy
This would prioritize areas with teacher shortages, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of education in public institutions.
TSC published slots(Replacement).
He noted that there is a nationwide shortage of approximately 100,000 teachers but the government plans to recruit 5,000 teachers annually.
Dr. Muturi encouraged collaboration among various stakeholders in the Elgeyo Marakwet school district to achieve high-quality education nationwide.
He highlighted the crucial roles played by all stakeholders in ensuring that students receive quality education and mentioned the committee’s efforts to create a favorable environment for both students and instructors.
Furthermore, the TSC is actively reviewing faculty recruitment across the country and encourages graduates to apply for available teaching positions once they become available.
For those interested in applying for these teaching positions, there is a direct application link provided in TS