Play and its effects on early childhood education a case study of Kibuye primary school Maranda Division, Bondo District, Kenya

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Kampala International University,College of Education
This study is about remuneration and their effect on the performance of teachers in private secondary Schools in Serere district. The main objective of this study was to assess the effect of remuneration on the performance of teachers in private secondary schools in Serere district; while the specific objectives were to identify the types of remuneration used in Private Secondary schools and to establish the effect of remuneration on the performance of teachers in those schools. The findings revealed that, the most commonly used types of remuneration in Private secondary schools are: public appreciation, promotion, packages/presents, and duty allowances and overtime pay. It was also established that remuneration affects the Performance of teachers by motivating them and increasing their productivity and efficiency. Due to inconsistencies in the reward systems in the private secondary schools, this study recommends that remuneration be based on performance considerations after a fair and accurate evaluation of its effects on the beneficiary. Furthermore, the nature of remuneration systems in schools should be based on the essence of ensuring that teachers are looked at as the prime components in the
A research report submitted to the college of open and distance studies in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of Degree of Bachelors of Education of Kampala International University
Renumiration, Private schools, Secondary schools, Teachers