Views Of Parents, Principals, Teachers And Inspectors On Performance-Based Accountability Of Primary School Teachers And Principals In Namibia

@inproceedings{Adere2015ViewsOP,
  title={Views Of Parents, Principals, Teachers And Inspectors On Performance-Based Accountability Of Primary School Teachers And Principals In Namibia},
  author={Christine Awuor Adere and John Mushaandja},
  year={2015}
}
Performance-based accountability systems (PBAS) in education seek to improve learning achievements of all learners and to reduce achievement gaps amongst learners from diverse backgrounds through improved classroom instructions. Such a system does not exist in the Namibian primary education sector despite the fact that learning achievements in primary schools are low. The purpose of this study was to seek an in-depth understanding of the perceptions of primary school principals, teachers… CONTINUE READING

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