TSC Re-Advertises Slots for Primary Teachers in North Eastern
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has re-advertised vacancies for primary school teachers in the North Easter Region.
The North Eastern Region has been plagued by various challenges including insecurity, inadequate infrastructure and limited resources.
Despite the challenges, the government has been trying to improve the standards of education in the region through the recruitment of teachers and the improvement of infrastructure.
The government has now re-advertised 73 contractual teaching posts in primary schools in the region.
The distribution of the advertised posts is as follows:
- 18 posts in Garissa County;
- 28 posts in Mandera County and
- 27 posts in Wajir County.
The recruitment of teachers in North Eastern is a crucial step towards achieving higher standards of education in the region.
The shortage of teachers in North Eastern has been a huge issue for many years and the recruitment drive is set to address the issue to some significant extent.
Contractual teaching vacancies are on a short-term basis that is renewable on a yearly basis. The positions are intended to address the shortage of teachers in the region as the government seeks a long-term solution to the challenges in the region.
The government is committed to ensuring that every learner from the region has access to quality education. The recruitment of teachers is a significant move to achieve this milestone.
Besides recruiting more teachers, the government has been working on improving school infrastructure in the region. The infrastructure includes new classrooms, improved sanitation facilities and providing learning materials like textbooks and stationery.
The improvement of standards of education in the North Eastern region will also play a huge role in improving the standards of life and contribute to the economy as well.
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