Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
Issues and Concerns of School Teachers around the World: A ReviewAuthor : Rayeesa Akhter and Sushila Mahor
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 4-10
Education is essential for everyone that helps people earn respect and recognition. The profession of teaching is one of the most valuable and important profession of all the professions as teacher is regarded as builder of nation. Different problems of teachers have been identified across the globe by various researchers. Although, there are some problems that are unique to the world teachers but some regional problems were also highlighted. This paper has highlighted the issues, concerns and problems of teachers all over the world.
Teachers, Problems, Issues, Concerns, Intervention
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