The fate of P1 teachers has been an headache to most teachers as the new Curriculum is set to be rolled out in secondary .
Debates have been ongoing to see how to handle the program that is set to kick of in secondary schools soon .
The ministry of education has worked on the clock to see that structures are put in place for leaners to join in the 100% transition.
Now MOE is trying to see the best personnel to handle the lower secondary leaners .
The commission is set to deploy 36,341 teachers with higher qualifications, this include the degree, diploma, higher diploma ,post graduate diploma and masters .
Tsc has requested a budget of 10 billion to facilitate the exercise where it will employ 8000 teachers from a budget of 5.3 billion.
“The commission would appreciate any facilitation for these areas to receive some allocation,” said Macharia.
“Teacher mentorship and coaching program require an estimated Sh50 million while the rollout of a national Biometric Enrolment and Validation of tutors will be done at a cost of Sh342.4 million,” she said.
The commission wants the facilitation of Sh600 million for gratuity to 3,358 contract teachers in the Northern frontier and the construction of additional county office accommodation estimated at a cost of 183.6 million shillings.
During the resource sharing at the Sector Working Group, the commission said it was allocated Sh295.9 billion for recurrent expenditure against a projected requirement of 310.5 billion shillings.
On development expenditure, the allocation was 656.4 million against a projected requirement of 1.14 billion shillings.
With this capitation the commision says that the deployment shall run smoothly as we set in for the new Curriculum.