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Role Of Performance Appraisal On Teacher Motivation In Public Primary Schools In Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationOct,2017

Performance appraisal (P.A) has been vouched as one of the aspects that might promote quality education. Due to its importance, stakeholders involved in carrying out its implementation should understand its application and the motivational consequences on teachers. Even though the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and the Ministry of Education in Kenya have introduced performance appraisal in public primary schools, teachers seem to lack knowledge about the entire process and the aspects that the P.A tool addresses. Its application has been faced with many issues which hinder its effectiveness hence the declining performance of both the learners and the schools. Studies carried out globally

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