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Table of Contents
Chapter I The problem and Its Scope
Statement of the Problem
Significance of the Study
Chapter II The Content of the Study
Factors Contribute to Teachers Absence
Impact of Teachers Absenteeism
The Problem and Its Scope
Rates of employee absences and the effects of absences on productivity are topics of conversation in many organizations. One reason is that high rates of employee absence may signal weak management and poor labor-management relations. In the education sphere, employee absenteeism is a special problem, not only in terms of the cost to the school (payment to substitute teachers) but also the wasted education-time that is liable to impair the sense of confidence that the general public has in the schools.
Students may eventually lose their desire to learn if the regular teacher is frequently absent and the curriculum is delivered by an array of substitute teachers. In essence, teacher absenteeism has important implications for school reform, teacher training, educational leadership, and issues related to social justice aimed at promoting equity and excellence in the schools (Bruno, 2002).
Teachers who take time off from work, due to sickness, present problems for...