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Clarification and apology: TSC new recruitments

By Standard Reporter | March 29th 2020

In our Friday’s issue of The Standard, we carried a story indicating that the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has employed 8,141 tutors on permanent and pensionable terms.

We have since established that this is the number of intern teachers hired.

The Commission has, however, recruited 8,920 teachers on permanent and pensionable terms.

TSC targeted to hire 10,300 interns and 9,069 teachers. Consequently, the commission is still processing 2,159 interns who will soon be put on payroll.

Also being processed are 149 teachers to be hired on permanent and pensionable terms.

We apologise to the commission for the error.

WE STAND CORRECTED: The Standard/The Nairobian/KTN welcome complaints about errors or omissions that warrant correction. Messages on our news coverage may be e-mailed to [email protected] or via phone on 0719012111. Comments on editorials may be e-mailed to [email protected] or faxed to 2213108.

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