Quality of Secondary Education: A Comparative Study Between Schools and Madrasahs in Bangladesh

Md. Tohidul Islam

Abstract: The aim of this study assesses the Quality of secondary Education and identifies the performance of students studying at both school and Madrasah. This research is quantitative as well as qualitative approaches where is used both primary and secondary data. In this study, the researcher has used a questionnaire survey and interview methods to collect data from the field. The respondent of this study consists of students, assistant teachers, and academician from different public universities of Bangladesh. Using a random sampling procedure, data have been collected from the separate area and analyzed by ANOVA and regression test with the help of SPSS software.
In this research, there is a strong relationship among the factors of learning achievement based on curriculum, training of teacher, school infrastructure, evaluation procedure of students, and Quality of Education at the secondary Level. Curriculum-based knowledge of both institutions is inferior in the context of quality education. However, school students are advance than the students of the madrasah. Moreover, the trained teachers and infrastructure of schools are better than that of the madrasah sectors. Evaluation systems of both streams are defected.
The findings of this research are integrated effort to recover quality of secondary education. It prescribes to the government for trained teachers, appropriate evaluation systems to ensure the quality of the secondary school.

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