Effectiveness Of Human Resource Management Under The Decentralised Primary Education Policy Environment
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Effectiveness Of Human Resource Management Under The Decentralised Primary Education Policy Environment In Uganda: Prospects And Challenges
This article reports the challenges and prospects of HRM under decentralized primary education policy environment in Uganda. The study investigated the challenges associated with embracing decentralization practices in HRM which are highlighted by Rondinelli, et al (1989). Rondinelli, et al (1989) assert that “Decentralisation brings decision-making closer to the people.” The study revealed that decentraisation of HRM in UPE played a very insignificant role in empowering the Districts in mobilizing, deploying adequate numbers of qualified educational personnel and professional development due to challenges like National staff ceiling policy and other policies. These interfere with the maDownloadViews: 26

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