The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has released the list of promoted teachers. The good news is that a total of 6,680 teachers have been promoted to Senior Master IV at T-Scale 9 (C4). These teachers have a reason smile as they will now earn an increased monthly salary with effect from March, 2021.
The Commission has also revealed the criteria used in promoting the over 16,000 teachers in 2021. According to the Commission’s revelation, a number of factors were considered in coming up with the final list of promoted teachers.
TSC says factors like regional balance, gender equity and affirmative action for ASAL (Arid and Semi Arid Lands) counties among others were considered. The Commission further adds that the promotions were equitably distributed across the regions
TSC reaffirms that the Promotion is guided by career progression guidelines under the current Collective Bargaining Agreement, CBA.
“All vacant positions are advertised and filled competitively. All teachers are given equal opportunities through interviews sessions.” TSC says.
The above considerations were applied in addition to the minimum qualifications for teachers to be promoted to the next grade.
A total of 16,152 teachers were promoted after the recent interviews.
You can now check here for all the lists of promoted teachers per County and grade.
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TSC STATISTICS FOR 2021 PROMOTION INTERVIEWS SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES PER COUNTY
|County||Venue||Number of candidates||Number of Interview panels|
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The filled vacancies
The promoted teachers will fill the 1,341 vacancies for Deputy Principal I and another 1,096 vacancies for Deputy Principals II. Similarly 6,680 teachers have been promoted from grade C3 (Formerly L) to grade C4 (Senior Master IV); which is the entry grade to the administrative positions in Post Primary Learning Institutions.
|1||Deputy Principal I||5/2020||13 (D3)|
|2||Deputy Principal Ii||6/2020||12 (D2)|
|3||Senior Lecturer I||7/2020||12 (D2)|
|4||Deputy Principal III||8/2020||11 (D1)|
|5||Curriculum Support Officers||9/2020||10 (C5)|
|6||Head Teachers||10/2020||10 (C5)|
|7||Senior Master IV||11/2020||9 (C4)|
|8||Deputy Head Teacher II||12/2020||9 (C4)|
|9||Senior Lecturer IV||13/2020||9 (C4)|
|10||Senior Master IV||14/2020||9 (C4)|
- Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher II serving under
- Career Progression Guidelines for teachers (Re-advertisement)
- Secondary Teacher I (C3/T-Scale 8) for teachers serving under Career Progression Guidelines.
- Positions for Secondary Teacher 1 & 11, Senior Master, Deputy Principal, Primary Teacher 1, Senior Teacher, Deputy Headteacher and Headteachers for teachers serving under career progressions in Asal areas.
Number of teachers promoted per job group.
|S/No.||Position||Advert No.||Scale||No of teachers promoted|
|1||Deputy Principal I||May-20||13 (D3)||
|2||Deputy Principal IIS||Jun-20||12 (D2)||
|3||Senior Lecturer I||Jul-20||12 (D2)||
|4||Deputy Principal III||Aug-20||11 (D1)||
|5||Curriculum Support Officers||Sep-20||10 (C5)||209|
|6||Head Teachers||Oct-20||10 (C5)||
|7||Senior Master IV||Nov-20||9 (C4)||
|8||Deputy Head Teacher II||Dec-20||9 (C4)||
|9||Senior Lecturer IV||13/2020||9 (C4)||
|10||Senior Master IV||14/2020||9 (C4)||