THE IMPACT OF ADMINISTRATORS ON TEACHER RETENTION AT PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN PAKISTAN
It is a crucial issue to retain highly qualified educators to provide high quality education in private schools. High turnover of educators in private schools has a negative impression on the pupil satisfaction and on their educational progress as well. Retention of educators refers to retaining qualified and efficient teachers in schools for a long time. As recruitment is a complex process for the selection of qualified and competent teachers so, retention of teachers is most crucial and extensive issue for private schools in of Pakistan. The present research study was conducted to explore the impacts of school’s administrations on educators’ retention at the private schools in Pakistan. The descriptive statistics and t-test statistical tools were applied to assess collected data with respect to school’s administrations, their behavior and facilities. The findings of the study based on the Likert Scale indicated that most of teachers were not satisfied with their school’s administration, their behaviors and facilitation. T-test analysis indicated that no significance difference was found between the retention intentions of male and female teachers.