Subject: Special aspects of education | Education (General) | family responsibility | L7-991 | gender stereotypes | qualitative study | lack of confidence | LC8-6691 | lack of support | school headship | gender inequality | low self esteem
We investigated and analysed the factors that women teachers consider as barriers to their advancement to headship positions in Zimbabwean primary schools. Specifically, we sought to identify the factors perceived by women school heads to be causes of persistent under-r... View more
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