A Study on Community Involvement in the Development of Secondary Schools

  • Dr. Munir Khan Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Malakand, Dir Lower
  • Dr. Iqbal Amin Khan Lecturer, Department of Education, University of Malakand, Dir Lower
  • Dr. Muhammad Nisar Principal, Department of Education, SUIT, Peshawar
Keywords: Community Model, Community Members, Child Achievements


This study aimed to examine community involvement in secondary level school development Malakand District. The aims of the researcher were to explore the involvement of the community, participation, adjustments and interest in school development activities. The population of this study was all the heads and teachers of the Malakand District Government Secondary schools. Through random sampling , the researcher selected 20 principalals and 60 teachers both male and female. The quantitative method of study was introduced and data collected through a questionnaire consisting of twenty-three questions. It was found in this study that the community members were involved in the development of the school. The members of the community attend school meeting with staff and check the achievement and progress of their children at school. The schools encouraged community participation and were sharing their students' progress report with parents. The community members raised no funds for schools, so the researcher suggests that community members support these efforts to encourage school growth, and community members should have a clear time to address the issue with staff.