STAFF MANAGEMENT AND TEACHERS’ COMMITMENT TO JOB IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN YALA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

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The study sought to investigate staff management and teachers’ commitment to job in secondary schools in Yala Local Government Area. Three hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. Literatures related to the variables under the study were reviewed. Survey research design was adopted for the study. A sample of 100 subjects were randomly selected and used for the study. Primary and secondary data were collected through questionnaire and review of relevant literature respectively. A total of 100 questionnaires were distributed out of which all were retrieved. A response rate of 100% was achieved. Information was analysed through the use of frequency table and percentage and the test of hypotheses was done using independent t-test and Pearson’s product moment correlation co-efficient. The findings of the study showed that, staff management motivation, and staff supervision showed a significant influence on teachers’ commitment to job in Yala Local Government Area of Cross River State. While staff discipline relate to teachers’ commitment to job. Based on these findings, it was recommended among others, that school Principals should make adequate provision for teachers’ motivation, professional growth and participation in extracurricular activities to enhance effective performance.      

 

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PAGES 

CERTIFICATION------i

DEDICATION------ii

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS------iii

ABSTRACT-------v

TABLE OF CONTENTS------vi

LIST OF TABLES------viii 

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1Background to the study ----1

1.2Theoretical framework-----4

1.3Statement of the problem ----13

1.4Purpose of the study-----16

1.5Research questions-----16

1.6Research hypotheses-----17

1.7Research assumptions----18

1.8Significance of the study----18

1.9Scope of the study-----20

1.10Limitations of study-----20

1.11Definition of terms-----21

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1Motivation and teachers’ commitment to job-23

2.2  Staff discipline and teachers’ commitment to job -43

2.3Staff supervision and teachers’ commitment to job-49

2.4Summary of Literature -----57


CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.1Introduction ------59

3.2Research design------60

3.3Research area------60

3.4 Population of study-----62

3.5Sampling technique-----62

3.6Sample-------64

3.7Instrumentation------65

3.7.1Validity of instrument-----66

3.7.2Reliability of instrument-----67

3.8Procedure for data collection----67

3.9Data preparation and scoring----68

3.10Procedure for data analysis----69

3.11Operational definition of variables---69


CHAPTER FOUR: RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

4.1General description of research variables--71

4.2Hypothesis-by-hypotheses presentation of results-73

4.3Summary of findings----78

4.4Discussion of findings----79


CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION 

AND RECOMMENDATIONS 

5.1 Introduction------84

5.2Summary-------84

5.3Conclusion-------86

5.4Recommendations-----86

5.5Suggestions for further research---86

REFERENCES------89

APPENDICES ------94

STAFF MANAGEMENT AND TEACHERS’ COMMITMENT TO JOB IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN YALA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA
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    Type Project
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    Project ID PSY0159
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