Importance of Intrapreneurial Practices Prevalent Among Secondary School Teachers in Kalungu District (Uganda)
Musoke, Genza Gyaviira
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This study examines teachers’ business initiatives within schools (intrapreneurial ventures) and highlights the economic and educational importance of these initiatives. It first unveils the prevalence of different intrapreneurial practices among teachers, before going on to state the meaning of these practices for both the economic and professional welfare of teachers in particular, and schools in general. The study concludes with several recommendations for the development of education on the African continent.