A teacher’s job satisfaction is one of the most essential issues for educational systems around the world. Next to pupils, teachers are the largest, most extensive, crucial and key to improving quality in any educational system (Afe, 2001; Stuart, 2002). This paper focuses on the third world country of Ghana where according to Bame 1992 and Akoto -Danso (2006) teachers are often in short supply. Akoto- Danso documented that enrolment into basic schools in Ghana has gone up by 17% from 3.7 million to a record of 4.3 million.
"Perceived causes of Teacher Dissatisfaction in Sekondi –Takoradi District of Ghana.,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 32.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol8/iss2/32