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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 3326-3335


PARTICIPATION OF COMMUNITY IN PUBLIC SECTOR SCHOOLS OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA REGARDING MONITORING AND SUPERVISION (A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF DISTRICT D.I.KHAN)

Dr. Abdul Hafeez, Dr. Malik Amer Atta, Dr. Khalid Saeed Akbar, Sadia Bibi, Dr. Liaquat Hussain.




Abstract

In this world it is impossible for a person to live in a separate fashion. The interaction on the basis of their needs is necessary for smooth functioning of overall business of society. Community interaction and participation enhances the efficiency of educational nations. The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa felt the intense need of involvement of community for the improvement of educational institution through proper monitoring and supervision mechanism. The concept of Parent Teacher Council was launched at each school level to improve the effectiveness and efficiency. This study was focused on the community involvement in the schools matter especially in the process of monitoring and supervision in male and female primary schools. Selfdeveloped questionnaire on five point rating scale was administered personally after finding reliability and validity of tool. Respondents include two groups’ i.e. PTC members (Chairman and Secretary) and non-members PTC members (Parents and teachers). By using mean, standard deviation, t-distribution, the responses were analyzed. Both the groups of stakeholders showed high rate of participation of community regarding monitoring and supervision in male and female but the group of stakeholders including in PTC committee is stronger than non-members and stakeholder related to male schools shown stronger rate than female schools.

Key words: Parent Teacher Council, Community Participation, Monitoring and supervision, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa






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