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Title: Educational resources and teachers’ productivity in selected primary schools in Pakwach District, Uganda
Authors: Onyai, Ongiera Max Santous
Keywords: Educational resources
Teachers’ productivity
Primary schools
Pakwach District
Uganda
Issue Date: May-2018
Publisher: Kampala International University. College of Education, Open, Distance and E-Learning
Abstract: This study is on the relationship between educational resources and teachers’ productivity in primary schools in Pakwach District Uganda. The study was guided by specific objectives which include :to determine the level of educational resources in primary schools, ascertain the level of teachers’ productivity and to find the relationship between the level of educational resources and the level of teachers’ productivity. The study used correlation survey research design and factor, with a sample of 136 respondents who were primary school pupils. The study found out that the level of educational resources in Primary schools in Pakwach District is generally fair in terms of human, material and physical resources. The study also found out that the level of teachers’ productivity is low. The study further found out that there is a strong positive relationship between educational resources and teachers’ productivity. The study concluded that; The number of boys is bigger than the number of girls in Pakwach District Primary schools though this difference is not that big. Many students in this District in form four are in the age bracket of between 16-20 years. The level of educational resources in Pakwach District is generally less sufficient in terms of human, material and physical resources. The level of teachers’ productivity is less sufficient. There is a strong positive relationship between educational resources and teachers’ productivity. The study recommended that the government should avail the crucial resources needed for educational purposes so as to mitigate the dismal teacher productivity. Such resources as textbooks, audio-visual materials and other teaching and learning aids. This research has contributed to the knowledge that Pakwach primary schools need government attention and need more qualified teachers to achieve set educational goals.  
Description: A thesis submitted to the college of Education, Open And Distance Learning in partial fulfillment of the requirements for an award of Master Of Educational Administration And Management Of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/1213
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