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English/Literature Teacher Swap Migori to Kisii; call 0707305778. Eng/Lit Teacher Swap Vihiga to Transnzoia (Kiminini): +254 721 454642 Eng/Lit Isiolo to Laikipia: +254 711 620842 English/Lit Teacher Swap within Makueni: +254 727 006201 English Literature, from Emuhaya to Tiriki East. Contact: 0723 129 836. English literature, from Emuhaya to Vihiga Sub County. Contact: 0723 884 009. English/Literature Teacher Swap, from Tiriki West to Vihiga Sub County. Contact: 0708 812 005. English literature, from Luanda to Sabatia/Vihiga. Contact: 0713 230 801. English/Lit Teacher Swap, from Tiriki East to Sabatia. Contact: 0716 826 312. Swop English from Nyando Subcounty to Kadibor Subcounty,…

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Teaching Job Vacancies/Career Opportunities In this article, we delve into the realm of teaching job vacancies and career opportunities and how to apply. Available jobs include: For More Jobs Updates Join Our WhatsApp Channel Teaching Job Vacancies/Career Opportunities at Emmanuel School Positions Available: Application Deadline: April 8, 2024 Requirements: How to Apply: Drop your application and resume at Emmanuel School, Ngina Rd, or email your resume to [email protected]. Contact Information: Emmanuel School Ngina Rd Phone: 0720 631 880 For More Jobs Updates Join Our Telegram Channel Teaching Job Vacancies/Career Opportunities at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Maryhill Girls’ High School…

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Deputy Principal, Deputy Head Teacher Job Advertisements Deputy Principal Job Advertisement: Tawa Girls’ Secondary School Our Lady of the Assumption Tawa Girls’ Secondary School, under the auspices of the Catholic Diocese of Wote, is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Deputy Principal. Requirements: Application Requirements: Interested candidates should submit the following documents: Application Deadline: April 5, 2024. How to Apply: Applications should be sent via email to [email protected] or submitted in person at the School Office. Contact Information: For inquiries or further information, please contact: Principal Our Lady of the Assumption Tawa Girls’ Secondary School P.O. Box 127-90133…

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TSC Gets Sh26.3 Billion for 26,000 JSS Teachers Permanent Employment The Ministry of Education will receive the highest allocation in the 2024–2025 budget as the government aims to enhance educational standards. The National Assembly Budget and Appropriation Committee chairman, Ndindi Nyoro, announced that 27 percent of the budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 will be directed towards the education sector. Nyoro revealed that the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) will receive Sh26.3 billion to facilitate the permanent employment of 26,000 junior secondary school teachers. On Saturday, Nyoro stated during the launch of the Wundanyi Constituency NG-CDF strategic plan on…

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TSC to Hire 116,000 Teachers by 2027, President Ruto Assures President William Ruto has pledged that his administration through the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) will employ 20,000 health workers and hire an additional 116,000 teachers by 2027. The president, speaking at State House during the launch of the country’s Fourth Medium Term Plan which extends until 2027, emphasised his commitment to bolstering staffing levels within the health supply chain in alignment with Vision 2030. Ruto outlined his vision, emphasizing key sectors to prioritize during his tenure. Reportedly, Ruto stated that quality and affordable healthcare remain a central focus of his…

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Govt To Increase Low Cost Boarding Schools In Volatile Areas The Ministry of Education is currently in discussions with the World Bank to expand the number of low-cost boarding primary schools in counties prone to banditry. This move aims to prevent continuous disruptions to learning caused by insecurity. Elijah Mungai, head of the Directorate of Projects Coordination and Delivery in the Ministry of Education, is leading a technical team that is conducting a need assessment survey to formulate recommendations. This team, evaluating the status of the Kenya Primary Education Equity in Learning (KPEEL) program, aims to pinpoint troubled areas where…

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State Assures Teachers Security in Banditry Zones The government has assured security for teachers working in banditry-hit areas in the North Rift to ensure uninterrupted learning. Ezekiel Machogu, the Education Cabinet Secretary (CS), emphasized that the government’s primary responsibility is to protect human life and property, and he pledged to make every effort to ensure the safety of teachers and students in affected regions. Machogu stated that the ministry has not closed any schools despite several reported attacks in Baringo County. He noted that his ministry is collaborating with the Ministry of Interior and National Administration to secure learning institutions…

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Retirement Age of Teachers Set to Decrease As Parliament Contemplates Legislative Change Parliament has received a bill to change the statutory retirement age for civil servants, forcing teachers and other public officers to consider an early retirement. The Kenya Kwanza government intends to increase prospects for youth employment by ensuring that senior public personnel retire, with a parliamentary discussion starting to reduce the retirement age from 60 to 55 years. Public officials approaching the age of fifty-five will receive retirement preparedness training prior to their removal from the payroll. Public officials over 55 have already received training, but they will…

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Govt Disburses Sh30.5 Billion School Capitation, Student Loans and Scholarships: Breakdown To fund secondary school education capitation, loans, and university scholarships, the government has disbursed Sh30.5 billion. The funds have been provided as secondary school principals prepare to close for the April holidays a week earlier than planned due to the financial crisis that has plagued educational institutions across the country for months. Mr. Ezekiel Machogu, the Education Cabinet Secretary, stated that Sh7 billion will fund capitation for public schools at the junior secondary level, while Sh16 billion will cover capitation grants under the free day secondary school education plan.…

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