COMMITTEE SYSTEM AND SECONDARY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS IN IBADAN METROPOLIS, OYO STATE, NIGERIA
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Keywords

Administration
Effectiveness
Administrative Effectiveness
Committee
Committee System

How to Cite

Ojewumi, M. J., & Jaiyeoba, A. O. (2022). COMMITTEE SYSTEM AND SECONDARY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS IN IBADAN METROPOLIS, OYO STATE, NIGERIA. African Journal of Educational Management, 22(2), 251-268. Retrieved from https://journals.ui.edu.ng/index.php/ajem/article/view/703

Abstract

This study examined committee system and secondary school administrative effectiveness in Ibadan Metropolis, Oyo state, Nigeria. The study adopted descriptive survey research design, while the research instrument for the study was a self-designed questionnaire titled “Committee System and Secondary School Administrative Effectiveness Questionnaire (CSSSAEQ)”. The population for the study comprised of all the teachers and principals of senior secondary schools in Ibadan metropolis. The sample size for this study comprised of 490 respondents. Multistage sampling procedure was used for this study. Three hypotheses were formulated to guide this study and tested using Pearson’s Product Moment Correlation Coefficient (PPMC) and Regression analysis at 0.05. The study found that there was significant relationship between committee system (instructional supervision committee, disciplinary committee, examination committee and staff welfare committee) and secondary school administrative effectiveness (0.396; 0.454; 0.218; 0.183; P<0.05), all the variables (instructional supervision committee, disciplinary committee, examination committee and staff welfare committee) made a significant contribution to secondary school administrative effectiveness, but instructional supervision was a potential predictor of secondary school administrative effectiveness (0.344, P<0.05). There was also significant joint contribution of committee system (instructional supervision committee, disciplinary committee, examination committee and staff welfare committee) to secondary school administrative effectiveness (0.510, P<0.05) in Ibadan metropolis. Based on the findings and conclusion, recommendations were made, one of which was that different types of existing committees in secondary schools should be accepted and implemented to boost the confidence of members of the committees in><0.05) in Ibadan metropolis. Based on the findings and conclusion, recommendations were made, one of which was that different types of existing committees in secondary schools should be accepted and implemented to boost the confidence of members of the committees in the system and to enhance secondary school administrative effectiveness.

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