Perceptions of Teachers about Managerial Practices of School Heads: An Exploratory Study of Sargodha Division, Pakistan

Authors

  • Najeeb Ullah Khan

Keywords:

Managerial Practices, Perceptions, Teachers, School heads, Autocratic

Abstract

The public school heads have been using diverse managerial practices. Such practices are affecting teachers’ professional and psychological matters. Consequently, the public schools teachers are under stress and strain, and cannot meet the targets assigned by the school heads. The purpose of the study was to explore the school heads managerial practices in the public primary school of Sargodha division. The study was conducted using descriptive survey. Multistage sampling was used to select 806 teachers to participate in the study.

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Published

2024-01-04

How to Cite

Najeeb Ullah Khan. (2024). Perceptions of Teachers about Managerial Practices of School Heads: An Exploratory Study of Sargodha Division, Pakistan. JELM, 2(2). Retrieved from https://ojs.aiou.edu.pk/index.php/jelm/article/view/1909