• Abstract

    The academic accomplishment of students is influenced by teachers' professional development (TDP), which is greatly influenced by social capital (SC). The networks, connections, and resources that educators can access inside their educational communities are included in this complex idea. This analysis looks at the impact of SC on students' academic success and teachers' professional development. The Mixed-methods technique and the (PRISMA) Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses Statement serve as guides as the study carefully evaluates the caliber and applicability of the gathered research. A total of 10 empirical factors were incorporated in the final review after strict qualifying requirements were satisfied. The results show that three different categories of outcomes are linked to teachers' SC: 1) consequence of changes, 2) growth of professional teachers, and 3) enhanced academic performance. Notably, the cumulative effects of these outcomes contribute to the unspecified objective of promoting equity in education. The research should concentrate on gaining a better knowledge of the complex relationship among these dimensions as well as the organizational arrangement of schools in the future. It should be done to achieve the goals connected with teacher SC.

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Jain, V., Bijlani, A., Gupta, R., & Bagaria, O. (2024). A comprehensive review of the effects of social resources on the development of qualified instructors and children’s learning performance. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 6, 2023ss037. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2023ss037
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