The following are TSC Teachers’ Job Groups and Latest salary scales in Kenya for the year 2019
Teachers Service commission, commonly abbreviated as TSC, revised the salary scales for the employees a while back. The table below shows the summary of all the teachers’ job groups, any allowable common allowances such as housing and commuter allowances.
As from the table below, we can confidently conclude that teaching as a profession is just a work of heart. Teachers are among the lowest paid professionals in Kenya with lots of expectations and paperwork backed on them.
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The p1 teacher is the lowest earning, especially the one who just joined the profession and hasn’t attained the maximum salary.
While politicians pocket hundreds of thousands, the worker in the name of ‘a senior principal’, with lots of responsibilities pockets Ksh. 200,000 as the maximum salary.
Some developed countries such as Germany see teaching profession as a recommendable job. Such countries consequently reward teachers accordingly. Teaching is therefore admirable by students even in junior classes. They wish to be teachers when they grow up.
Below is a summary of all job groups, their common allowances and latest salary scales for the year 2019. Note that all figures are in Kshs.
|Job Group||Teacher Designation||Basic Salary (Kshs)
|| Common Allowances (Kshs.)
||Gross Salary (Kshs.)
|N||Principal GAT II||48,190||65,290||24,000||8,000||80,190||97,290|
|P||Principal GAT I||77,527||103,894||40,000||12,000||129,527||155,894|
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