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Greener Journal of Educational Research

Vol. 9(1), pp. 65-72, 2019

ISSN: 2276-7789

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DOI Link: http://doi.org/10.15580/GJER.2019.1.052119094

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Influence of Distribution of Teachers on Job Performance in Public Secondary Schools, Delta State of Nigeria

  

Oroye, Okpoudhu Rachael  Zino (PhD)

 

 Adeje Secondary School Adeje, Okpe Local Government Area , Delta State , Nigeria

  

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Article No.:052119094

Type: Research

DOI: 10.15580/GJER.2019.1.052119094

 

 

This study investigated influence of distribution of teachers on job performance in public secondary schools in Delta State, Nigeria.   The population of the study was 550 administrative staff in the Post Primary Education Board in Delta State, Nigeria. The population consists of 12 Permanent Secretaries, 21 Directors of Education, 29 Assistant Directors and 25 Chief Inspectors of Education and 463 principals. The researcher sampled 184 respondents which comprised of all the Permanent Secretaries, Directors of Education, Assistant Directors and Chief Inspectors of Education as well as 97 principals. The stratified random sampling technique was used to select the principals. The instrument utilized for collection of data was a questionnaire titled “Influence of Distribution of Teachers and Job Performance Questionnaire (IDTJPQ)”.  The questionnaire was validated and dependable at 0.85.The three research questions were answered with mean rating and standard Deviation while One Way Analysis of Variance Statistical Technique (ANOVA) was utilised to test the three null hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. Findings showed that influence of distribution of teachers based on areas of specialization, location and work load was high as the ratings were high.  Furthermore , that there was no significant difference between the influence of distribution of teachers’ based on areas of specialization, location work load and job performance in public secondary schools in Delta State. It was recommended among others that distribution of teachers should be based on areas of specialization, location and work load to enhance their job performance in public secondary schools in Delta State, Nigeria.

 

Submitted: 21/05/2019

Accepted:  04/06/2019

Published: 11/06/2019

 

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Oroye, Okpoudhu Rachael Zino

E-mail: Zinooroye@ gmail.com

Phone: 07014058990

 

Keywords:

Influence, Distribution of Teachers, Teachers’ Job Performance, Public Secondary Schools

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Cite this Article: Oroye, ORZ (2019). Influence of Distribution of Teachers on Job Performance in Public Secondary Schools, Delta State of Nigeria. Greener Journal of Educational Research, 9(1): 65-72, http://doi.org/10.15580/GJER.2019.1.052119094.


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