EDUCATION IN THE PANDEMIC ERA: ASSESSING EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCES IN SCHOOL FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
Keywords:Pandemic, Employee, Education, Financial
This study explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on educational institutions and their employees, focusing on School Financial Sustainability during the pandemic era. It investigates the influence of demographic variables, including educational background and geographic location, on employee attitudes towards financial sustainability strategies implemented by schools. A sample of 100 participants from Haryana, India, was surveyed and interviewed. The research employs frequency analysis and chi-square analysis to derive insights from the quantitative data, while demographic attributes are collected through structured questionnaires. Qualitative information is gathered from sources such as online articles, journals, books, and focus group discussions. The findings reveal that the pandemic strained school finances, affecting enrollment, technology expenses, and government funding. Employee experiences, influenced by demographic variables, played a crucial role in shaping their responses to financial strategies. Tailored support and resource allocation are essential to address diverse employee needs, ensuring resilience and equity for long-term financial sustainability in post-pandemic educational institutions.
How to Cite
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.