More than 312,060 teachers are set for a pay rise next month as their employer — the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) — implements the second phase of their collective bargaining agreement that will cost Sh18 billion.
In the increase set to take effect on July 1, Chief Principal in Job Group R (D5), currently earning Sh148,360, will now take home Sh152,937, while the lowest paid Chief Principal in Job Group Q, will earn Sh111,201, up from Sh102,807.
Senior principals in Job Group P (D4) will now take home Sh99,730 up from 87,730, while the highest paid principal in this category, currently taking home Sh109,249, will earn Sh114,632.
PRINCIPALS AND DEPUTIES
Principals and deputy principals II in Job Group M and N will also get a raise.
The highest paid currently earning Sh77,840 will now take home Sh90, 612 while lowest paid, currently taking home Sh59,286, will earn Sh77,840.
Deputy principals II in Job Group N currently earning Sh59,286 will earn Sh71,565, while highest paid deputy principal III now earning Sh77,840 will take home Sh85,269.
Senior headteacher, senior masters II and deputy principals IV who fall in Job Group M and N will have their salaries increased to between Sh66,177 and Sh80,242.
Currently, they earn between Sh55,231 and Sh77,840