Management Of Indiscipline Among Teachers By Principals Of Public And Private Secondary Schools In Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
This study compared the management of indiscipline among teachers by public and private school principals in Akwa Ibom State. The sample comprised four hundred and fifty (450) principals/vice principals randomly selected from a population of one thousand, four hundred and twenty eight (1,428) principals. The null hypothesis that guided the study was tested with a questionnaire titled Management of Teachers' Indiscipline Questionnaire (MTIQ). Independent t-test used to analyse the data yielded the finding that public school principals differed significantly from their private school counterparts in the management of indiscipline among teachers. On the basis of the finding, it was recommended that regular workshops and seminars involving both public and private school principal should be organized so that there will be exchange of ideas on effective management of teachers' indiscipline.
Keywords: Indiscipline, Management, School, Teachers and Principals
Global Journal for Educational Research Vol. 6 (1&2) 2007: pp. 35-38