TSC salary scales(Revised2024). The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is planning to revise its salary structures, delivering positive news for senior educators in public primary and secondary schools.
The CEO of TSC emphasized the importance of fairly compensating experienced educators and hinted at significant salary increases on the horizon.
An example of this proposed change involves senior teachers in grade C5 primary schools, who might see a substantial raise in their monthly earnings from
47,896 shillings to 64,631 shillings, marking an increase of 17,000 shillings
. Similarly, secondary school teachers could experience a notable wage hike, potentially increasing their monthly salaries from 115,163 shillings to 157,656 shillings.
If accepted, the proposed salary revision would apply to all teachers, aligning with the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) for the years 2021 to 2025.
The updated salary structure would affect various categories of TSC teachers.
TSC salary scales(Revised2024)
For instance, Principals (T-SCALE 15) overseeing district and national schools with over 1,000 students might see,
salary adjustments ranging from 131,380 shillings to 157,656 shillings.
Senior Teachers (T Scale 14) managing more than 540 students might receive fixed monthly salaries of 118,242 and 121,890 shillings, respectively.
Furthermore, Principals of schools in the sub-district (TSC 13) may witness changes in their salaries,
with the lowest paid receiving 104,644 shillings and the highest paid receiving 106,812 shillings.
Other positions, such as Deputy Principals and Administrators in various capacities,
will also experience salary reviews and adjustments.
This revised salary scale is aligned with the provisions outlined in the 2021-2025 Collective Bargaining Agreement for TSC teachers,
promising substantial increases in compensation and offering positive prospects for senior educators across different roles.