Educational progress depends upon the quality of teachers. Unfortunately most of the persons who enter teaching profession do not like their jobs at all. They are here because they could not be selected for any other profession, Hence, quite a number of rejected and dejected university degree holders seek admission in training colleges and become teachers. Their inner-self never wanted to become a teacher. Many teachers take no pleasure in the teaching and simply pass their time. They do not care to set worthwhile goals before their pupils. They never care for what the students say about them. They are easy-going and do not take pains in discharging their duties. Today’s education is concerned with the development of whole personality of an individual. How can we leave our children in the hands of these half-hearted teachers?
Hess, Michael and Johnson, Jerry
"Teacher Morale: The Magic Behind Teacher Performance,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 8
, Article 39.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol8/iss2/39