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Khawary, Omidullah; Ali, Sajid – Improving Schools, 2015
One of the challenging issues that educational organizations in developing countries face in staffing classrooms with qualified teachers is the high rate of teachers' turnover. It creates problems for schools, which eventually leads to substandard instruction and low student achievement. This research explores the causes of English teachers'…
Descriptors: English Teachers, Faculty Mobility, Case Studies, Developing Nations
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Hussain, Rana; Ali, Sajid – Improving Schools, 2010
This article tries to respond to a basic question: "can in-service teachers of public sectors in Pakistan be reformed?" The authors' response to this question is: "yes, public teachers can be reformed, if contextual possibilities are exploited efficiently". Although a straightforward and simplistic response to the question,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public School Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education, Teacher Competencies