gender balance and women who can succeed in addressing current and future challenges.
The aim of this study was to investigate the correlation between participation of women
and management of primary school in Bushenyi district. This study employed the ex post
facto/retrospective and descriptive survey designs (descriptive comparative and
descriptive correlation). In this study, the respondents recapitulated information (ex post
facto/retrospective) as asked in the questionnaires for woman participation and
management. Further, the study described the characteristics of the respondents in terms
of certain variables such as socio-demographic profile, and effect relationship between the
independent variables (woman participation) and dependent variable (management). The
study employed both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The results showed that
women are top-notch managers and women disciplinary teachers have improved primary
schools. Also the study implies that women have high emotional levels so they can be
equally challenged in administration. In conclusion, women can act as head teachers of
schools and head of departments at Ibare Sub-County.
Keywords: Women’s participation, Management, Primary schools and Ibare Sub-County
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Kusingiza Christine and Samanya Bulhan (2023).Women’s Participation and Management of Primary Schools in Ibare SubCounty: Bushenyi District, Uganda. IAA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, 9(1):55-61.