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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 56-62


PERCEPTIONS OF HEAD TEACHERS REGARDING CAUSES OF STUDENTS’ DISORDERLY BEHAVIOR AGAINST ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF IN SOUTHERN DISTRICTS KP ZONE-IV

Muhammad Ihsan, Malik Amer Atta, Shabnam Razzaq Khan, Muhammad Shahbaz.




Abstract

Public and Private schools are badly influenced due to disorderly behavior of students with administrative staff in Southern KP Zone-IV; and this problem has been especially focused by the researcher in the study. In this descriptive study, the total numbers of (N= 6155) respondents of Public and Private Secondary Schools male and female teachers, heads and students Zone-IV of KP were the population of the study in which (n=400) respondents (170 Public and Private School teachers (103 males & 67 females), likewise 230 head teachers (148 males & 42 females) were taken as sample of the study through multistage sampling techniques as per L. R. Gay (2003) sample size formula. Data was collected through self-developed questionnaire of 5-Points Likert scale. The objectives of the study were: 1). To know disorderly behaviors of secondary school students in Southern districts KP Zone-IV. 2). To investigate the causes of students’ disorderly behavior against administrative staff in Southern districts KP Zone-IV. 3). To explore perceptions of head teachers regarding students’ disorderly behavior against administrative staff at Secondary school level in Southern districts KP Zone-IV. The study was delimited to Zone-IV Southern districts of KP. Results, conclusions were drawn and some recommendations were suggested for the researchers in future.

Key words: Causes, Disorderly Behavior, Students, Administrative Staff, Head Teacher and Secondary Level






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