Performance Evaluation in Private Schools: a Case Study of the Educators School

Shakeel Sarwar, Usama Awan, Mehak Nazeer

Abstract


Performance appraisal system is of important apprehension of any organization while administrating its human resources. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the performance appraisal system for teachers in private schools and elaborate the problems align with this system. The Educators School has been taken as a case study. A quantitative research approach has been applied which consist on a self administered questionnaire to get primary data for exploring different parts of current performance appraisal system and perceptions of teachers regarding performance appraisal approaches in their school. Research results shows that The Educators School is using performance appraisal system that is closely related with traditional ACR (Annual Confidential Report) conducted annually. This study is conducted on a small level only on one franchise of the school system with small sample size. Researchers suggest that school administration should provide continuous feedback to their teachers and a solution to overcome their weaknesses and this system should only be used for performance improvement purpose.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v3i4.4934

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