Stress and Teachersâ€™ Performance in Private and Government High Schools: A Case of District Bannu, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
This study investigates the relationship between stress and performance among teachers of the private and government high schools located in district Bannu, KP, Pakistan. By employing a random sampling, the study collected primary data through a self-administered questionnaire from 96 teachers working in private and government high schools of district Bannu. The estimation of the collected data through correlation unveiled that stress is correlated with the performance of the schoolsâ€™ teachers. The regression estimation also endorsed that stress is a major and positive predictor of the teachersâ€™ performance in schools. The study contributes to the scarce and incongruent literature mostly focused on the manufacturing sector of the developed countries. Also, the study contributes to the policy and practice by providing important insights for the education department and other key stakeholders.