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Title: Impact of teachers’ income and rewards on students’ performance a case study of Kira town council schools in Wakiso District
Authors: Bukenya, Shafik
Keywords: Teachers’ income
Students’ performance
Issue Date: Nov-2017
Publisher: Kampala International University, College/School of Education
Abstract: The study investigated the impact of teachers’ income and rewards on students performance. The study was guided by specific objections that included; To determine different levels of income earned by teachers and other Incentives. To determine the relationships between income and performance To determine the impact of income and rewards on performance of teachers and students. The research consisted of five chapters. Chapter one with introduction chapter two consists of the related literature, chapter three consists of methodology , chapter four consists of data presentation and analysis and chapter five consists of summary of findings ,conclusions and recommendations. The study was descriptive and analytic in nature where purposive sampling was used in selecting population. It employed a good number of respondents. Data was obtained from primary sources presented using frequencies, percentages and tables.
Description: A research report submitted to the college of education, open and distance e-learning for partial fulfillment for the requirement of the award of bachelors of education with science at Kampala International University
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