QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TEACHER’S PERFORMANCE IN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR SCHOOLS: A DEVELOPING COUNTRY’SEXPERIENCEJournal: Educational Research International (Vol.5, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2016-11-15
Authors : Farah Khan; M. S. Omar Fauzee; Yaakob Daud;
Page : 33-39
Keywords : Education; Teacher’s Performance; Private School; Public School; KP-Pakistan;
Indeed, the key role of education in prompting societal development is crystal clear and always indisputable. However, more important is quality education which increases productivity. Education right from primary to tertiary and higher levels is equally important. The main objective of this study is to understand whether is there any difference in teacher's performance working in private school and public school in the context of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Pakistan. This study based on qualitative approach using documents analysis, secondary data sources, where, mainly materials collected from the previous studies, Government of KP and Pakistan surveys. It has been concluded that though the government making efforts to improve quality and standard of public sector school but still relatively behind the private sector school in terms of quality education. It is evident that every year private school securing the maximum top position in the matric examination. It implies that teacher's performance in the private school is far better as compared to the public school teacher's performance. The finding of this study expected to contribute to the literature on the public-private sector schools performance in the country. The findings suggest that the government of KP needs to pursue check and balance, because without monitoring and strict policy, the quality and standard of education is not achievable.
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