An investigation into the challenges facing performance appraisal of Teachers Service Commission high school teachers' in Kenya
Rop, Willitter Chepkemoi
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This project proposal looked into the challenges facing performance appraisal of Teachers Service Commission High school teachers in Bomet constituency. It is aimed to look into the challenges facing the T.S.C policy on performance appraisal of High School teachers. It also investigated the reliability of P.A tools used for their appraisal, the P.A feedback process, the involvement of appraisees in their P.A process, the training of appraisers, the Teachers Service Commission P.A. standards and their objectivity. The literature review had been done and continued to be done on the performance appraisal policies, feedback and involvement of appraisees, performance appraisal tools, training of appraisers and P .A. standards and objectives P. A has a lot of benefits e.g. it helps in the identification of an individual current level of job performance, promotion and salary increase, motivation, correcting and reinforcing strengths, career' planning process, succession planning of employees etc. The significance of the study included helping T.S.C measure and evaluate the efficiency of its teachers and acts as a point of reference for future researchers of P.A. globally. It helps the government specifically the M.O.E.S.T and T.S.C formulate the right policies to be used for efficient management of High schools in Kenya. The target population was secondary school teachers in Bomet constituency. The main focus was teachers in Central and Longisa divisions. There were 44 Secondary schools in Bomet Constituency - 26 in Central division and 18 schools in Longisa division. A sample of 20% of all the schools in each division was selected using stratified random sampling technique. Data was collected using questionnaire method. It was analyzed using descriptive statistics in form of tables and pie charts.