The Ministry of Education has always been committed to ensure that all the students in Kenya get quality education. Currently all the students are in their second term and they will be expected to close their schools on 23rd December 2021. Since the ministry has not issued any circular stating otherwise, we therefore stick to...
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has received the lion’s share in the education sector for the 2022/23 Financial Year in the recently released budget policy statement which awaits parliamentary approval. According to the Draft 2022 Budget Policy Statement (BPS) prepared by the National Treasury and Planning Cabinet Secretary Amb. Ukur Yatani dated November 11, 2021, the...
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is hiring 5000 Clerks countrywide on a short term basis to help in the second phase mass voter registration which will begin in January 2022. The general public is hereby informed of the positions advertised and encouraged to apply for them. The Commission is embarking on recruitment and training...
The Teachers service commission is the only Commission in Kenya that is charged with among other duties the responsibility of conducting in-service training, recruiting, promoting, deploying and transferring teachers and school administrators from one serving station to another. In the year 2021, the TSC rolled out and made public a new policy directing all currently...
Secondary school heads have proposed new measures to Education Cabinet Secretary, George Magoha, to avert the rising cases of unrests in the learning institutions. The headteachers are pushing for the postponement of national exams for two months until normalcy is restored in all the institutions. Further, they proposed early closing of schools to contain the cases...