Perception of Head Teachers about current practices of Monitoring and Evaluation at the Public Secondary School Level in District Nawabshah

Authors

  • Farzana Mallah Ph.D. Scholar, Faculty of Education, University of Sindh, Sindh, Pakistan. Author
  • Amjad Ali Arain Professor, Government College University Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. Author

Keywords:

Monitoring, Evaluation, Perception, current Practices and Secondary School

Abstract

The objective of the study was to know the perceptions of head teachers about the current practices of monitoring and evaluation at the Public Secondary school level in District Nawabshah. This was a quantitative study. The nature of the study was descriptive type and survey method. This population consists of Head teachers, DEOs, and Regional Director of the Public Secondary School Level of 91 Public Secondary Schools in District Nawabshah. There are a total of 27 girls’. 27 boys’ and 38 mixed Public secondary schools in Nawabshah. Pilot testing was conducted in 10 out of 91 Public Secondary schools. A research instrument was the questionnaire. The study's most crucial component is the tool creation process. To build the instrument, professionals were contacted throughout the process, and pertinent literature and earlier studies were examined. The questionnaire is employed as a data gathering instrument. A five-point rating scale such as strongly agree, disagree, not sure, agree and strongly disagree was used for data collection. It was refined through consultation with field experts and pilot testing by head teachers at secondary schools. The reliability of these tools was calculated using SPSS. After finalization and pilot testing, the questionnaire was distributed to the respondents for data collection. Questionnaires were presented to the respondents by TCS, online, and face-to-face meeting by the researcher. The questionnaire was investigated for errors and omissions, ambiguity, and relevance. Reliability was calculated by SPSS (version, 24) using Cronbach's alpha. Data gained using questionnaires and observations were interpreted and analyzed by applying chi-square, percentage, and mean.

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2024-03-31

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Perception of Head Teachers about current practices of Monitoring and Evaluation at the Public Secondary School Level in District Nawabshah. (2024). International Research Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 5(1), 280-286. https://irjmss.com/index.php/irjmss/article/view/241

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