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Teachers Assessment of Secondary School Effectiveness in Akwa Ibom State Of Nigeria

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The aim of the study was to determine how secondary school teachers in Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria assess their school effectiveness in terms of learning and teaching, planning and organizing teaching, guidance and counselling, leadership and ethos. Three hypotheses were raised. The population of study consisted of all teachers in public secondary schools in the state numbering 6,665 and stratified random sampling
techniques were used in selecting 1333 teachers for the study. Data collected through school effectiveness questionnaire (SEQ) and analysed using independent t-test revealed that teachers viewed educational services provided in secondary schools in the state as being average in the variables under consideration. The need for stakeholders to consider quality input and quality process as a pre-requisite for quality output was emphasized.

African Research Review Vol. 1 (2) 2007: pp. 185-195
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