TSC delocalization policy 2023.TSC delocalization policy 2023. The Council of Governors (CoG) has stated that it will send a memo to the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) regarding a variety of issues impacting teachers.
Kakamega Governor Fernandes Baraza emphasized the need for the Kenya Teachers’ Conference (TSC) to reconsider recruitment policies like delocalization to boost worker morale.
Governor Baraza voiced concern about teachers who are still serving in other counties and emphasized the significance of relocating them.
He emphasized the importance of improved engagement between teachers and their communities.
Baraza also stated that this was a popular worry and promised to campaign for it through the Education Committee, ending in the submission of a memorandum to the TSC.
Hesborn Otieno, the KNUT’s Deputy Secretary-General, reiterated these thoughts and emphasized the union’s intention to campaign for compensation hikes.
TSC delocalization policy 2023.
This is to help teachers cope with the current economic hardships.
The teacher delocalization policy, which was put on hold in November the previous year,
This saw 47,000 teachers seeking transfers to their respective home counties.