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Type Journal Article - Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research
Title A Study of the Performance of Volunteer and Permanent Teachers on the Students’ Satisfaction and Motivation Level
Author(s)
Volume 23
Issue 3
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2015
Page numbers 494-498
URL http://www.idosi.org/mejsr/mejsr23(3)15/21.pdf
Abstract
Literacy rate of Pakistan is low due to various social, political and economic problems of the
country. Lots of efforts have been done at government level but still it requires serious attention to improve
education system at school level. Several organizations are working to enhance the education system
and proposed various models to increase the literacy rate in the country. One of the models is volunteer
teachers’ model. This study aims to investigate and compare the performance of volunteer school teachers and
permanent government school teachers. Student satisfaction and motivation level is measured by randomly
selected samples in all four provinces of Pakistan. Evaluation shows that Volunteer teachers are performing
better as compared to government permanent school teachers when it comes to student motivation and
satisfaction level

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