TSC Delocalization is the new normal for most teachers in Kenya today especially heads and their deputies currently serving in both primary and secondary schools distributed across the 47 counties in Kenya.
In the latest reshuffle, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has transferred a number of teachers from their schools this term.
Some of the reasons for the transfers include teachers overstaying in one station as others were swapping schools on personal or professional reasons.
The long serving principal in the county was Kerongorori High School’s Mrs Tabitha Mogoi who has been transferred to Riambase in Nyamache Sub-county to fill the post of the school’s former principal who died early this year.
Her transfer paved way for the former principal of Botoro Secondary School in Marani Sub-county.
The principal of Nduru Girls School, Grace Onyango was transferred to Rabura Mixed Secondary School in Siaya County. It is not clear whether she will take the post of principal or a normal teacher.Briefing Education officials at Kerongorori Secondary School, Kenyenya Sub-county Quality Assurance and Standards Officer Mr. Isaiah Sairiki said that the teachers were like any other civil servants and can be transferred anytime.
He further added that they have to move immediately following the directives from their employer TSC.
The officer asked the principals to work with dedication in their new stations.
Other principals who were moved during the transfers include the principal of Tarang’anya High School in Migori County Mr. Aliva, moved to Terem High school to replace Mr. Benard Wamanga who will report to Kivaywa Secondary School in Kakamega County.