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TSC will approve and release transfer letters for teachers this April

TSC will approve and release transfer letters for teachers this April

This April, TSC will approve and release transfer letters for teachers who have moved.

More teachers, including those who had been relocated from their existing working stations, will soon be released by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

Once schools have ended, the Commission will approve transfer requests and implement the transfers to the locations they have requested.

Both regional and interregional transfer requests will be impacted by the Commission. However, after the Regional Directors accept transfer requests, transfers with replacements will be given priority.

There is intense pressure on the Commission to send delocalized teachers back to their home areas. Teachers’ unions and individual teachers alike pushed for the Commission to follow the National Assembly’s instructions and carry out the transfers.

Unfortunately, because replacements were needed for the transfers, the Commission was unable to implement them right away. In addition, not every teacher who was delocalized has requested a transfer.

The Teachers Service Commission’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr. Nancy Macharia, and her entourage are scheduled to appear in the Senate tomorrow to respond to Senator Alexander Munyi Mundigi’s (MP) request for a statement from the Standing Committee on Education regarding the Teachers Service Commission’s decision to reverse its delocalization of the teachers’ policy in Embu County during the Senate’s session on Thursday, February 16, 2023. (TSC).

In the Statement, the Senator requested the Committee to do the following:

  1. State the number of requests received by TSC from teachers wishing to transfer to schools in their home counties following the reversal of delocalization of teachers’ policy by the Government, stating why it has taken inordinately long to comply with the Government directive;
  2. Inform the Senate how many requests by teachers to be transferred to their home counties have been granted, giving a breakdown per county and further state when the pending requests will be processed;
  3. State reasons why the TSC is authorizing the transfer of teachers from other counties to Embu County, while not approving similar requests by teachers whose home county is Embu even after the said teachers requested the TSC to be transferred back to their respective sub-counties in Embu; and
  4. Spell out measures in place to address challenges faced by the TSC in implementing the reversal of delocalization of teacher’s policy by the Government.

The Commission set a deadline of January 31 for all rerouting of instructors who had submitted transfer requests to be finished without exception.

The TSC board chair, Jamleck Muturi, and the head of legal affairs, Calvin Anyuor, were instructed to see to it that the MPs’ decision to delocalize teachers is carried out during his appearance before the National Assembly.

Julius Melly, the chair of the education committee and a Tinderet MP, gave the commission until the end of January to make sure that all teachers who had been delocalized are sent back to their original locations.

Melly advised TSC not to postpone the matter and to make sure it submitted a report on its implementation strategies.

Also, Moses Wetangula, the Speaker of the National Assembly, declared that the delocalization program is unconstitutional because it was not approved by the legislature.

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