Author(s): Gökhan ERSOY, Serdarhan Musa TA?KAYA

In this study, it is aimed to reveal the current profiles of primary school teachers’ working in Batman by defining their sociocultural, demographic, economic structures and educational status. The study was modeled as a quantitative research in the screening model. The study is carried out with 1736 primary school teachers working in state schools of Batman provincial. The sample of the study is made up of 436 primary school teachers that selected randomly among in the city center, countyseat and villages in 2017- 2018 education and training year of Batman. ''Teacher Profile Questionaire'' was used data collection, frequency and percentage is used for analysis. At the end of research, it was understood that most of the teachers, who live in Batman were from the Southeast region of Turkey. And it has emerged that most of them are belong to low education level families. Most of the participants are pleased with their jobs as they love children and they have favorable working hours; more than half of the teachers state that they will not change their jobs even if they have another chance; almost half of the teachers claim that they are pleased with the school and the city they work in. Firstly, It is necessary to raise awareness of parents and train them to enhance the quality of education in Batman.


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