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Due to upcoming exams, TSC has cancelled teacher transfers and leaves.

Due to upcoming exams, TSC has cancelled teacher transfers and leaves.

For the purpose of facilitating the organisation and administration of the 2023 national exams, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has decided to temporarily stop teacher transfers and departures. The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA), and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations will be overseen as a result of this decision.

In order to ensure the successful planning and administration of the 2023 national exams, including the KCPE, KPSEA, and KCSE, the TSC will temporarily halt teacher transfers and leave requests.

Regarding the upcoming exams, there are around 1,415,315 candidates registered to take the KCPE exam and 903,260 candidates registered to take the KCSE exam. Additionally, 1,282,574 students in Grade Six are scheduled to take the KPSEA.

Around 1,415,315 KCPE candidates, 903,260 KCSE candidates, and 1,282,574 Grade Six students will be taking the KPSEA for the next exams.

However, if adequate replacements are available, the TSC intends to resume mass teacher transfers in December. Ezekiel Machogu, the cabinet secretary for education, recently said that due to a dearth of suitable placements, around 26,871 teachers are currently waiting to be transferred to their home counties.

Nevertheless, subject to the availability of suitable replacements, the TSC plans to resume extensive teacher transfers in December. The Education Cabinet Secretary, Ezekiel Machogu, revealed that 26,871 teachers are awaiting transfers to their home counties since there aren’t enough placement alternatives.

Only 20,055 of the 46,926 teachers in elementary and secondary schools who had applied for transfers back to their home counties had been accepted as of June 30. In accordance with Article 43 of the Constitution, Mr. Machogu emphasised that the TSC’s transfer strategy aims to promote equal teacher distribution and optimal use throughout the nation.

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Only 20,055 of the 46,926 primary and secondary teachers who had asked to be transferred to their home counties had actually been moved as of June 30. Mr. Machogu emphasised that, as required by Article 43 of the Constitution, the TSC’s transfer strategy aims to achieve a fair distribution of teachers and their effective usage.

The transfer procedure takes into account a number of issues, such as the availability of openings, the requirement for replacements, staffing standards, medical considerations, and other pertinent elements. The intention is to avoid widespread teacher exodus situations that can disturb the classroom environment.

The transfer process takes into account a number of variables, including open positions, replacement needs, workforce requirements, health considerations, and other essential elements. Avoiding large teacher relocations that might disturb the learning environment is the goal.

In North Eastern counties, for example, TSC has had difficulty transferring non-local teachers due to a lack of qualified replacements. As a result, regret letters have been sent to the affected teachers, who have been told to return to their workstations by September 9, 2023, or risk being disciplined. These regret letters apparently came to 100 professors.

Notably, the TSC had trouble moving non-local instructors in the North Eastern regions since there weren’t enough qualified replacements. These teachers were consequently handed regret letters with instructions to report back to their positions by September 9, 2023, or face disciplinary action. One hundred instructors have attested to receiving these letters of sorrow.

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