The main objective of this study was to examine the Contribution of heads of school
in curbing teacher‟s misconduct in Tanzanian public secondary schools. It involves
views and/or experience from different groups of stakeholders in education systems
in Kilimanjaro Region, more specifically in Moshi Municipal Council.
The study employed both qualitative and quantitative approaches which were
informed by a case study design. Data relevant to this study were collected through
interviews, questionnaires, document analysis, and observation checklists Moreover,
the data were classified and synthesized in the major themes and sub-themes, and
some of the arguments and explanations of participants were presented as quotations.
Quantitative data gathered through questionnaires and document search which
categorized and presented in graphical and tabular forms and converted into
frequencies and percentages. This process was done with the assistance of the
computer excel software package. The study reveals that, first; teacher‟s professional
misconduct was prevalent in Moshi Municipality with some variation in terms of
type, cause, and frequency. Secondly, the variation of teacher‟s misconduct in
schools was greatly influenced by teacher‟s sex, work experience, and level of
education. In view of the research findings recounted, the study concludes that
teacher‟s misconduct is a problem of great concern in Moshi Municipal schools that
affects teachers‟ work performance, the teaching, and learning process, and the
quality of education at large. some suggestions gave out that Power and authority to
sanction teachers who misbehave, the head of schools should provided with skills of
administration and administration allowances, the teachers living conditions should
be improved to rescue the situations, lets the further studies be conducted on the
contribution of others Educational administrators such as TSD Official, MEOs,
School Inspectors towards addressing teacher‟s misconduct.
Edu, F (2021). The Contribution Of Heads Of School In Curbing Teachers’ Misconduct In Tanzanian Public Secondary Schools, A Case Of Moshi Municipalty Counci. Afribary.com: Retrieved May 13, 2021, from https://afribary.com/works/the-contribution-of-heads-of-school-in-curbing-teachers-misconduct-in-tanzanian-public-secondary-schools-a-case-of-moshi-municipalty-counci
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Frontiers, Edu. "The Contribution Of Heads Of School In Curbing Teachers’ Misconduct In Tanzanian Public Secondary Schools, A Case Of Moshi Municipalty Counci" Afribary.com (2021). Accessed May 13, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/the-contribution-of-heads-of-school-in-curbing-teachers-misconduct-in-tanzanian-public-secondary-schools-a-case-of-moshi-municipalty-counci