Assessment of budget effectiveness of basic education institutions in Myanmar
a comparative study on teachers' perceptions
The study assessed budget effectiveness of basic education institutions in Myanmar through a comparative study on teachers’ perceptions. This paper mainly focused on the government education expenditures on basic education. A survey and in-depth interviews with teachers from Pyawbwe Town, Mandalay Region, Myanmar were conducted to help analyse government education expenditures and teachers’ perception.
By applying factor analysis, it was found that topics of interest can be grouped into methodology approach, which can be useful in evaluating education’s budget process. Delightful of all these findings and the successful practices of the paper indicates recommendations that can be valuable for government education expenditures to improve their budget size, efficiency, policy making, implementation, evaluation and others.
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