The focus of the correlational study was on relationship between teacher’s professional literacy and student’s classroom performance at secondary school level. The major objective of the study was, to investigate professional literacy of secondary school teachers; To find out the relationship between teachers professional literacy and students classroom performance Total population of the three selected districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ,was 1046 secondary school teachers (SSTs) along with 31563 were matric class students(boys) , simple random sampling technique was adopted (380) students of grade 10th at secondary and higher secondary schools was selected as the sample with a margin error of 9.59% and number of two hundred and eighty two (282) Secondary School Teachers was taken as a sample. The study was quantitative in nature and data was collected through questionnaires. On the basis of data analysis, the null hypothesis was rejected. A positive weak association between teachers’ knowledge of professional literacy and classroom performances of secondary schools’ was found. On the basis of findings it was recommended that professional literacy must be encountered in educational institutions for novel situations of teaching and learning process which minimizes the re-enforcement of student unacceptable behaviors. Furthermore, guiding services must be provided from those professional literate teachers to deal with the abnormal behaviors of student’s at different situations accordingly. It was concluded that professionally literate teachers have positive to moderate relationship on the students’ classroom performance.
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