Appendix Ahmad Z Saleem Z Rehman K 2020 Impact of Teacher Effectiveness and

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Appendix Ahmad, Z., Saleem, Z., & Rehman, K. (2020). Impact of Teacher Effectiveness and Student Attitude on Students’ Academic Achievement in Science Subjects in the Secondary Schools of Dera Ismail Khan (Pakistan). Global Social Sciences Review, 1 , 241-247. Alderman, H., Kim, J., & Orazem, P. F. (2003). Design, evaluation, and sustainability of private schools for the poor: the Pakistan urban and rural fellowship school experiments. Economics of Education review, 22 (3), 265-274. Alderman, H., Orazem, P. F., & Paterno, E. M. (2001). School quality, school cost, and the public/private school choices of low-income households in Pakistan. Journal of Human resources , 304-326. Amjad, R., & MacLeod, G. (2012). Effectiveness of Private, Public and Private-Public Partnership Schools in Pakistan. Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi, Lahore, Pakistan.(Memo) . Andrabi, T., Das, J., & Khwaja, A. (2002). The Rise of Private Schooling in Pakistan: Catering to the urban elite or educating the rural poor? World Bank and Harvard University . Aslam, M. (2009). The relative effectiveness of government and private schools in Pakistan: are girls worse off? Education Economics, 17 (3), 329-354. Khan, F., Fauzee, M. O., & Daud, Y. (2016). QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE TEACHER’S PERFORMANCE IN PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECTOR SCHOOLS: A DEVELOPING COUNTRY’SEXPERIENCE. Educational Research International, 59 (4), 33-39. Rizwan, M., Mahmood, S., & Azad, Z. (2018). Impact of Private Educational Institutions on the Development of Rural Areas of Faisalabad, Pakistan. American Journal of Creative Education, 1 (1), 13-26. Torlak, N. G., & Kuzey, C. (2019). Leadership, job satisfaction and performance links in private education institutes of Pakistan. International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management . Zuilkowski, S. S., Piper, B., Ong’ele, S., & Kiminza, O. (2018). Parents, quality, and school choice: why parents in Nairobi choose low-cost private schools over public schools in Kenya’s free primary education era. Oxford Review of Education, 44 (2), 258-274.
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