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Fringe Benefits, Administrative Support And Physical Work Environment As Correlates Of Teachers’ Performance In Private Secondary Schools In Mbarara District, Uganda
Guided by Herzberg's Motivation-Hygiene Theory, this study was carried done to establish how motivational practices, namely fringe benefits, administrative support and physical work environment correlate with the way teachers perform their duties in private secondary schools in Mbarara District, Uganda. The study employed a cross-sectional survey design, using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. Two hundred fourteen people, comprising Board of governors, PTA Chair persons, teachers, as well as the head teachers from selected private secondary schools was used as respondents. To analyse the findings, descriptive statistics and Pearson correlation coefficient were used.
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