Optimisation of educators' potential in primary schools with particaular focus on performance management in Bojanala West region
Mabale, Jacob Bonang
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The 're-admission' of the Republic of South Africa to the global arena does not only imply that the education system be effectively run, but also that the potential of all stakeholders in education be optimised. Against the background of the preceding assertion it is essential therefore that to meet the demands of the present information age performance management be enhanced to meet the demand for quality education. The rationale for performance management is linked to investment in people to yield high returns in education in the form of qualified and skilled personnel, a productive and competitive workforce and an effective and efficient corporate community. In the light of the preceding, the quest for quality education is interlinked with an integrated quality management system. The basic premise here is that through performance management the education system would ensure optimisation of potential In order to unfold individuals' potential and release their latent energy and to promote economic growth and improve the quality of life for the South African citizenry at large. Similarly, the optimisation of the potential of educators and learners alike is seen as a necessity for ensuring provision of quality education in a high quality and productive education system.
- Education