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Acting Heads, Deputies and Senior Teachers to be promoted in July

School administrators among them heads of institutions, deputy principals and senior teachers who are currently in acting capacity will claim the looming promotions lined by the teachers’ service commission.

Despite having been in acting capacity for several years, most senior teachers, senior masters, deputy head teachers and principals are yet to be confirmed by the employer, TSC.

The Commission has plans to replace retiring school administrators, among them a total of 1,025 school heads whose two-year contracts are slated to end in July.

Administrators serving on acting capacity will be promoted however on condition that they have served in their current acting position for at least three years and have delivered.

Additionally, the teachers must have been actively involved in filling and submitting their termly Teacher Performance Appraisal Development (TPAD) ratings and scoring well.

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TSC, through circular number 14/2021 said promotions of teachers shall be in accordance with the Career Progression Guidelines (CPG) in force.

The Commission further said teachers serving in ASAL and hard to staff areas and are holding administrative positions in an acting capacity shall be promoted progressively until they obtain grades commensurate to their respective positions.

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  1. Acting as senior teacher for 15 years in primary and no automatic promotion from c1 toc2 what happened


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