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Academic Problems Faced by Today Head Teachers in Achieving Educational Roadmap

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Muhammad Arshad , Dr. Gulzar Ahmad , Dr Zia Ahmad Qamar ,

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Volume 7 - December 2018 (12)

Abstract

Education plays a pivotal role to reform a nation or society for the betterment of human life while educational institutes and teachers play a central role. The main aim of the study was to identify the academic problems faced by the heads of public secondary schools in achieving CM roadmap. The study was descriptive in nature — the population of the study comprised of 456 secondary schools of Sahiwal division. The sample of the study consisted of 150 schools, 50 schools from each district of Sahiwal division. A Self developed questionnaire was used as a research instrument. The academic problems faced by today head teacher related to students such as; health, A.V. aids in their classrooms, low enrollment, drop out, domestic issue, attitudinal issues, uniform, and safety problem while the school problems such as teaching and non teaching staff according to requirement, drinking water, toilets as per students strength, electricity, classrooms as per students strength and the problem of academic support facilities. The problems related to quality education like as; low STR, low STR as per subject, learning material, a tablet for LND test, LND booklets, teacher guides for lesson planning and the problem of preparation of low-cost, no-cost material

Keywords

Academic Problems, CM Roadmap, Head Teachers, Students, Public Schools, Quality Education. 

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