TSC P1 teachers To JSS.The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has begun the process of deploying 4567 teachers to junior secondary schools by asking for the details of P1 teachers .
TSC P1 Teachers Application and qualifications
The Commission had ordered to be provided with the particulars of primary school teachers with qualifications to teach in junior secondary schools.
The details requested include qualifications, experience, and other professional and personal information.
The TSC is also compiling a list of 4567 teachers to be deployed to junior secondary schools in order to ensure they have the right qualifications and experience to teach effectively at this level.
The process is still ongoing, and the TSC is expected to complete the list soon.
Junior Secondary Schools Staffing
Junior and secondary school staffing is an important issue due to the increasing demand for teachers and the delays in teacher deployment.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has posted over 30,000 teachers to public junior secondary schools across the country but there are concerns that the number of teachers employed by TSC may not be sufficient to meet the growing demand
The Ministry of Education has also issued guidelines to help ensure that junior secondary schools are properly staffed, which include the prohibition of unauthorized levies such as admission fees, desks, and lunch money .
The Ministry has instructed County Directors of Education to visit all the schools in their jurisdiction to ensure that no students are being sent away due to unauthorized levies and to take action by February 10, 2023.
To ensure proper implementation of junior secondary school staffing, the Ministry of Education must ensure that there are sufficient teachers to meet the needs of the student population and that all schools are compliant with the guidelines set forth by the Ministry.
TSC P1 teachers To JSS.
Capitation To JSS
Junior Secondary School Capitulation is the government’s program to support each school in providing quality education to its students.
The program provides funds to each sub-county education office to be disbursed to schools, which are to be used to cover operational costs such as school meals, classroom supplies, and teacher salaries.
The capitation amount is determined by a formula that considers the number of students in the school and the level of pupil learning outcomes.
The program is intended to ensure that the learning environment in each school is of the highest quality and that the gap between the rich and the poor is reduced.
To ensure proper implementation of the program, the Ministry of Education must ensure that the funds are disbursed to the intended beneficiaries and that the schools are compliant with the guidelines set forth by the Ministry.
Junior Secondary infrastructure
Infrastructure in junior secondary schools is an important factor in providing quality education to students.
The government has allocated funds for the building of physical infrastructure such as land, water storage and supply facilities, classrooms, laboratories, and latrines and toilets.
In addition, the government has put in place guidelines for ensuring that the infrastructure provided is of the highest quality and meets the needs of the students.
To ensure proper implementation of junior secondary school infrastructure, the Ministry of Education must ensure that the funds are being used to build the necessary infrastructure and that the schools are compliant with the Ministry’s guidelines.
Furthermore, the ministry must also ensure that the school buildings are regularly inspected and maintained to guarantee the safety of students and staff.
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