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Massive Transfer Of Headteachers By TSC Underway



  The Teachers Service Commission is finally implementing what many in the education sector thought was a mere threat and not implementable, massive transfer of school heads to enhance cohesion.

The Teachers Service Commission is finally implementing what many in the education sector thought was a mere threat and not implementable, massive transfer of school heads to enhance cohesion.
Many Headteachers have received their transfer letters and those who are yet to do so will receive them in the course of this month.
The Headteachers being targeted are those who have been at the helm of their respective schools for more than nine years.
They are expected to report to their new stations of work in January as the new terms begin.
The Kenya National Union of Teachers has opposed the move saying the delocalization of leadership of schools as currently envisaged by Teachers Service Commission is unacceptable.
The Teachers Service Commission through its chief executive Nancy Macharia said that the delocalization is part of the implementation of the CBA.
She also said the commission plans to employ more than ten thousand teachers per year for the next 5 years.
Nancy Macharia asked all the affected school heads to liaise with their respective county directors to ensure they settle by January 2018.
They will also be required to spearhead the implementation of free secondary education program slated for next year.
The education sector is currently undergoing massive reconstitutions in all aspects from a change in education system, to new education qualification requirements for teachers to stringent supervision of national exams.

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