Social Demographic Characteristics and Teachers’ Performance in Government Aided Secondary Schools:
Herbert, Elvis Ainamani
Adrian, Mwesigye Rwekaza
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In this study, we aimed at examining the association between social demographic characteristics of teachers and their performance in government-aided secondary school Kasese district southwestern Uganda. Using purposive and stratified for both schools and teachers in this quantitative study, we recruited 234 teachers from 25 government aided secondary in Kasese district southwestern Uganda Data was analysed using SPSS version 24, and presented using both descriptive and inferential statistics. Our findings indicate that social demographic characteristics of respondents such as gender, age and education levels are significant predictors of teachers’ performance in secondary schools of Kasese district southwestern Uganda. We conclude that some teachers’ social demographic characteristics have a significant influence on teachers’ performance in government-aided secondary schools with in Kasese district south western Uganda. We recommend that policy makers design the most appropriate interventions entailing human resource practices aimed at streamlining the needs of teachers from different demographic cohorts.