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School-based data and management of technological innovations in public secondary schools in Cross River State

Osika E. Okon, M.I. Essien

Abstract


This study investigated the relationship between school-based data and management of technological innovations in public secondary schools in Cross River State. One hypothesis was formulated to guide the study. Ex-post facto design was used for the study. The population of this study consisted of 232 principals out of which 210 constituted the sample and 840 teachers were drawn from a population of 5,998 using stratified random sampling technique to assess the principals. School- based Data and management of Technological Innovation Questionnaire (SBDMTIQ) was instrument used for data collection. Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Analysis was used to test the hypothesis. Result indicated that: there is no significant positive relationship between school-based data and principals management of technological innovation. It was recommended that government should give priority attention to the provision and distribution of ICT facilities in schools so as to boost the management of innovations in schools.

Keywords: Data, management, technological, innovation




http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/gjedr.v13i2.3
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