Teacher Motivation In Selected Senior High Schools In The Cape Coast Metropolis
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Teacher Motivation In Selected Senior High Schools In The Cape Coast Metropolis
The general aim of this study was to ascertain the factors that really affect teacher motivation in selected senior high schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis. A descriptive survey design was used. The sample population was all teachers from the selected Senior High Schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis. The study involved 120 teachers. Questionnaire was used as a major instrument in collecting our data. The major findings of the study demonstrated that, wages and salaries, recognition for good work done, participation in decision making and conducive working environment were the major factors that really affect teacher motivationDownloadViews: 108

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