Status of teachers in Zambia
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Status of teachers in Zambia a sociological study analysing the factors affecting the status of Zambiam primary and secondary school teachers by Oswell Chilungu Chakulimba

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Teachers -- Zambia -- Economic conditions.,
  • Teachers -- Zambia -- Social conditions.,
  • Teachers -- Zambia.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Oswell Chilungu Chakulimba.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 410 leaves :
Number of Pages410
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18654243M

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This comprehensive survey of the history and status of education in Zambia contains a selection of readings from published material. The readings and accompanying editorial notes highlight some key aspects of the background to education in Zambia and major factors that have influenced education development in the country over the years. The content include: the meaning and scope of education. Secondly, the low income in the teaching profession has, to a great extent, contributed to the decline of its status in Zambia today. As a result, teachers are struggling to meet their social and. This paper examines the current status of teachers and the teaching sector in Tanzania. It draws on experiences of teachers, parents, and students in Dar es Salaam, Iringa and Mbeya regions. Informed by the qualitative inquiry, the paper is largely empirical in character. Data was sought through interviews and document search. Findings indicate that,first, teachers and the teaching profession. Zambia has achieved near universal primary school completion levels - national statistics indicate a completion rate of per cent at Grade 7. But this masks considerable regional disparities, with the northern region recording per cent (72 per cent for female students) and Lusaka a .

3. to identify how perceptions of teacher status can be improved. Methods The surveys Surveys for this study included face-to-face surveys of the public ( adults (% response rate) in and (% response rate) in ) who were asked about the attractiveness of a teaching career, the status of teachers compared with other. The Status of Teaching as a Profession Richard M. Ingersoll and Gregory J. Collins Teachers are often considered the backbone of schools; without them there would be no school. Thus, understanding teachers’ roles is key to understanding the educational system. Discus-. TY - BOOK T1 - Status of Teachers in Zambia [microform]: a Sociological Study Analysing the Factors Affecting the Status of Zambian Primary and Secondary School Teachers A1 - Chakulimba, O.C. SN - UR - https: //books. The concepts are simple and affordable – but the future success of Zambia's education system and economic health may depend heavily upon them. In a classroom in the Kabulonga primary school in the capital, Lusaka, groups of eager teenagers crowd around so-called mobile science laboratories to conduct a simple experiment to produce oxygen.