ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE PERFORMANCE OF PRINCIPALS IN MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ZAMFARA STATE, NIGERIA

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ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE PERFORMANCE OF PRINCIPALS IN MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ZAMFARA STATE, NIGERIA

 

ABSTRACT

 

This study focused on the Assessment oftherole performance of Principals in the Management of Secondary Schools in Zamfara State, Nigeria. For the purpose of this research, eight research objectives were set to include; role performances of principals on interpersonal relationship, decision making process, communication, supervision, staff development programmes, maintenance of discipline, school-communityrelationship and maintenance offacilities in secondary school management in Zamfara State. Also, research questions were asked and hypotheses formulated in line with the objectives of the study. Descriptive survey research design was used for the study and data were collected using constructed questionnaire which was prepared and validated by experts in Educational Administration. The population of the study involved 4996 teachers, 191 principals and 149 Ministry of Education officials. However, a total of 370 teachers, 65 principals and, 65 MOE officials served as asample of study. The reliability coefficient was obtained at 0.79 using Cronbach's Alpha statistical technique. The data collected were presented by the use of frequency counts and percentages. The formulated hypotheses of the research were tested using Analysis of Variance at 0.05 level of significance. The findings revealed among others that role performance of principals on interpersonal relationship stabilized interaction between teachers, students andother non-teaching staff in secondary schools in Zamfara State. Also, role performance of principals encouraged participation of parents, teachers and other stakeholders in decision making process as well as intensified effective communication between teachers, parents, NGOs and the Ministry of Education and secondary schools in Zamfara State. Thus, it was recommended among others that all principals should be administratively democratic by ensuring wholistic interpersonal relationship among various stakeholders in secondary schools inZamfara State; they should be socially and politically flexible by involving parents, teachers, students, clubs and societies in decision making as well as communicate well to the entire stakeholders such as teachers, parents Ministry of Education officials, students among others in secondary schools in Zamfara State, Nigeria.

 

ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE PERFORMANCE OF PRINCIPALS IN MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ZAMFARA STATE, NIGERIA

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