Influence Of Teachers’ Remuneration On Job Performance In Public Primary Schools In
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Influence Of Teachers’ Remuneration On Job Performance In Public Primary Schools In Kitagwenda County, Kamwenge District, Uganda
This study investigated the influence of remuneration on teachers’ performance in primary schools. There is public concern on the decline of teachers’ professional conduct in primary schools in Uganda characterised by teachers’ poor time management, absenteeism, inadequate preparations and syllabus coverage, and poor discipline management. Convergent parallel mixed methods design particularly cross-section survey and phenomenological designs guided the study. Both probability and non-probability sampling procedures were used to select the participants. Research instruments used to collect data included questionnaires, in-depth interview guide, and Focus Group Discussion Guide. DescriptDownloadViews: 145

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