COMPARISON OF GENDER DISPARITY AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING ON DECISION-MAKING PARTICIPATION: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL ACADEMIC STAFF
The main objective of this study was to determine the comparison of gender disparity and professional training on decision-making participation. In this study population is comprised of public secondary school teachers from Kasur while 218 teachers (male 108, female 105, trained 117, untrained 99) were selected as sample through simple random sampling technique. Data was collected by using questionnaire through survey method. The findings of the study revealed that there was significant difference between male and female teachers about the factor policy, rules and regulation of decision-making. Furthermore, there also significance difference was found between trained and untrained teachers about all the factors of decision-making such as; planning, curriculum and instructions, Policy, Rules and Regulation, Student Affair and Discipline, Institutional Building, Budgeting and Income Generation. Moreover, it was found that there was also significant difference among the professional experience of the teachers. Significantly, this study is a stepping stone to adopt the new techniques and strategies for the development of educational institutions through teaching-learning process.