Teacher job satisfaction and incentive: A case study of Pakistan

Abstract

This report is one of 12 country case studies from Africa and South Asia that assess teacher motivation and incentives. The overall objective of the study was to explore the extent to which low teacher motivation is a constraint to the attainment of universal primary education. More specifically the study tried to explore if there is a teacher motivation crisis in Pakistan and form this crisis took. Based on the analysis of insights from key stakeholders and documentary sources, recommendations are presented to address key issues that are the heart of teacher motivation and incentives in Pakistan.

Citation

Khan, T. Teacher job satisfaction and incentive: A case study of Pakistan. (2005) 42 pp.

Teacher job satisfaction and incentive: A case study of Pakistan

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