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Title of Thesis

A Comparative Study Of Performance Of Community Model Schools And Government Girls Primary Schools In Punjab

Author(s)

Zahida Habib

Institute/University/Department Details
Division Of Education / University Of Education, Lahore
Session
2010
Subject
Education
Number of Pages
182
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
compare, Girls, maintenance, Primary,  Community, Government, Study, qualifications, facilities, Schools, Model, Performance

Abstract
The major purpose of the study was to compare the performance of Community Model Schools and Government Girls Primary Schools in Punjab focusing staff qualifications and the overall performance. The target population of the study comprised of all Community Model Schools and Govt. Girls Primary Schools in the Punjab. However, the accessible population was 350 schools (175 Community Model Schools and 175 Govt. Girls Primary Schools) from 35 districts of Punjab.From each district 10 headmistresses, 20 teachers, 100 students, 100 parents, and ten administrators were randomly selected.For in depth study of both types of schools, six case studies (three Community Model Schools and three Govt. Girls Primary Schools) were also conducted. The instruments of data collection (questionnaires and interview schedules) were developed and validated. The data were collected through mail and personal visits.The analyses were made using SPSS.The major finding of the study highlighted that the academic and professional qualifications of the headmistresses and physical facilities of Community Model Schools were better than those of the Govt. Girls Primary Schools.These schools had low drop out, better school performance, better maintenance of enrollment record, academic performance record, availability of computers and playground than that of Govt. Girls Primary Schools.The significant inference of the study is that better qualifications of school headmistresses and better physical facilities have positive relationship with school overall performance.

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INTRODUCTION

1.1 Statement of the Problem
1.2 Significance of the Study
1.3 Objectives of the Study
1.4 Hypotheses of the Study
1.5 Delimitations of the Study

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3 2 LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1 Historical Background
2.2 Education System of Pakistan
2.3 Administrative Structure
2.4 Primary Education
2.5 Girls Primary Education
2.6 Foreign Funding at Primary Level
2.7 Girls Primary Education Project (GPEP)
2.8 Private Institution at Primary Level
2.9 Community Model Schools
2.10 Indicators of School Performance
2.11 Administration
2.12 Leadership and Management
2.13 School Council
2.14 Physical Facilities
2.15 Co-Curricular Activities
2.16 Performance of Teachers
2.17 Student Performance
2.18 School Environment
2.19 Student Teacher Ration
2.20 Home Work
2.21 Enrollment
2.22 Dropt Out
2.23 Summary of Literature Review

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4 3 METHOD AND PROCEDURE

3.1 Nature and Procedure of the Study
3.2 Population of the Study
3.3 Sampling
3.4 Null Hypotheses
3.5 Data Collection
3.6 Research Instruments
3.7 Validity and Reliability
3.8 Case Studies of Community Model Schools and Govt. Girls Primary Schools
3.9 Validation of Interviews
3.10 Research Ethics
3.11 Collection of Data through Questionnaires
3.12 Data Collection for Case Studies
3.13 Data Analysis
3.14 Procedure of Analysis of Interview Data

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5 4 ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

4.1 Hypotheses Tested
4.2 Comparison of Qualifications of Headmistresses
4.3 Comparison of Results of Class 5th Students (2001- 2005)
4.4 Comparison of Dropout Rate
4.5 Performance of Schools perceived by Stakeholders
4.6 Analysis of Data obtained through Case Studies of Community Model Schools and Govt. Girls Primary Schools
4.7 Findings of the Study based on Survey

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6 5 SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1 Summary
5.2 Conclusions
5.3 Discussion
5.4 Recommendations

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7 6 BIBLIOGRAPHY

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