This book explains the factors that influence the supply and demand of teachers in Kenya. The author engages with the imbalance of demand and supply of teachers. Through qualitative and quantitative data analysis, she found out that the problem of teacher supply in Kenya is caused by uncoordinated policies at formulation, implementation and evaluation levels. Therefore, she recommends that the government should put in place mechanisms such as recruitment and replacement of teachers to ensure that there is enough supply of teachers in primary schools. She argues that such mechanisms should be informed by consistent and reliable data on teacher turnover. The book is resourceful to education policy makers, teacher trainers, researchers in the field of education planning and management, education officers and all educationists in Kenya and beyond.