The Influence of the Local Community Post Conflict Interventions Measures on Reconstruction of Public Primary Teacher Training Colleges in South Sudan

Peter Ador Riak Nyiel, Daniel Komo Gakunga, Rosemary Khitieyi


This study assessed the influence of local community intervention measures on reconstruction of public teacher training colleges in South Sudan. The study adopted a descriptive cross-sectional survey design and a total of 1953 respondents including the principals, tutors and teacher students from 3 registered and operational teacher training colleges in South Sudan. Stratefied random sampling technique was used to select 321 respondents as the sample size. The study collected primary data using questionnaires and interview guides. The analysis of the colelcted data was conducted using descriptive statistics like frequencies and percentages. Besides descriptive statistics, the study also used inferential statistics including correlation and regression analysis. The study established that local community intervention measures (p<0.05) were all significant. Therefore, the study rejected the formulated hypotheses in favour of the alternative hypotheses since their p-values were all less than 0.05 as 5 per cent was considered as the level of significance in the study. The study concluded that all local community intervention measures had positive and significant influence on reconstruction of public teacher training colleges. The study recommended that the Ministry Education in South Sudan work in close collaboration with all the stakeholders in the field of education as far as reconstruction of training colleges is concerned.

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Journal of Education and Development  ISSN 2529-7996 (Print)  ISSN 2591-7250 (Online)

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