John Kyaboona's Head teacher status: its influence is an in depth study of an intriguing question to many stakeholders in education as to whether the status of head teacher appointment has an effect on the administrative performance a head teacher exhibits in a primary school. The study particularly focused on the influence of substantive and non-substantive on the administrative performance of primary school headteachers. The study found out that the status of head teacher appointment did not influence administrative performance in motivating staff, establishing and maintaining community relations and completion of pupils in primary schools. The results of the study that are well elaborated in this book will act as a good guide to educational administrators, education policy makers, teacher trainers and trainee, human resource managers and researchers in the area of education. The book emphasizes that the motivation of the human resource is central in attaining organizational goals.