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Greener Journal of Educational Research

Vol. 9(1), pp. 45-53, 2019

ISSN: 2276-7789

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Relationship between Principals’ Administrative Variables and Teachers’ Job Performance in Public Secondary Schools in Delta and Edo States of Nigeria

  

Oroye, Okpoudhu Rachael  Zino (Ph.D)

  

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

 

 

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Article No.: 051619090

Type: Research

DOI: 10.15580/GJER.2019.1.051619090

 

This study investigated relationship between principals’ administrative variables and teachers’ job performance in public secondary schools in Delta and Edo states of Nigeria. Three research questions were answered and three null hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significant. The study utilised ex-post facto design. The population of the study was 20,040 principals and teachers in public secondary schools in Delta and Edo States. The population includes 463 principals and 11,965 teachers in public secondary schools in Delta State and 259 principals and 7353 teachers in public secondary schools in Edo State. The researcher sampled 1,255 principals and teachers in public secondary schools in Delta and Edo States. The sample of Delta state public secondary schools was 185 principals and 598 teachers while the sample for Edo States public secondary schools was 104 principals and 368 teachers. The instrument was validated and found reliable. Multiple Regression Statistics Model was used to answer the three research questions and tested the three null hypotheses at 0.05 levels of confidence. Findings showed that there was significant relationship between administrative variables such as teachers’ job security, decisions making and school climate and teachers’ job performance in public secondary schools in Delta and Edo States. It was concluded that administrative variables such as teachers’ appraisal, teacher’s job security, decision making and, school climate positively relate with teachers’ job performance public secondary schools in Delta and Edo States as their mean ratings were high. The administrative variables such as teachers’ job security, decision making and school climate do not significantly relate with teachers’ job performance in public secondary schools in Delta and Edo States. It was recommended in the study that Delta and Edo States governments should try to ensure that teacher’s job security is taken seriously to make teachers more committed to their job.

 

Submitted: 16/05/2019

Accepted:  29/05/2019

Published: 31/05/2019

 

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Oroye Zino

E-mail: Zinooroye@ gmail.com

Phone: 07014058990

 

Keywords:

Administrative Variables of Principals, Correlate, Teachers’ Job Performance Public Secondary Schools.

 

 

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Cite this Article: Oroye, ORZ (2019). Relationship between Principals’ Administrative Variables and Teachers’ Job Performance in Public Secondary Schools in Delta and Edo States of Nigeria. Greener Journal of Educational Research, 9(1): 45-53, http://doi.org/10.15580/GJER.2019.1.051619090.



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