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Title: Absenteeism Among Rural Teachers: The Contribution of “Poor Remuneration”, “Qualification of Teachers” and “Furthering Studies on Distance Learning”
Authors: Basiru, Nsoah Kwesi
Issue Date: 9-Jul-2013
Abstract: According to Julius Nyerere― Education will not give one the chance to escape poverty but it will fight poverty from ones community. Education is therefore an earn in itself as well as means to other earns. However, people in the Pru district are gradually losing these enormous benefits of education,this largely is due to absenteeism of teachers from class. The negative effect absenteeism poses to education calls for a study into it. Constas and Vichas (1980) however determined some common variables such as poor remuneration, teachers furthering education and Qualification of teachers as the main contributors of absenteeism.This research is to further check the contribution of these variables, formulate a model for absenteeism and use it to model and predict absenteeism.Poor remuneration is the number contribution to absenteeism and it will be very appropriate to redirect a larger chunk of budget on remuneration of teacher instead of recruiting substitute teachers among others. There is a 99.9% chance that a teacher whose remuneration is good will always be in school irrespective of their Qualification or them furthering education.A database should also be set on attendance of teachers then monitoring and evaluation should be enforced.
Description: A thesis Submitted to the Department of Mathematics,Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree of (MASTER OF SCIENCE) [COLLEGE OF SCIENCE/ INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE LEARNING.July, 2013
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/5500
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