GASPRO International Journal of Eminent Scholars
GENDER AND AGE AS CORRELATES OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS IN AKWA IBOM STATE
This study examined the influence of gender and age as correlates of the administrative effectiveness of secondary school Principals in Akwa Ibom State. The population of this study comprised of all secondary school principals, teachers and PTA members in Akwa Ibom State. There are 227 Principals and 7583 Teachers in Akwa Ibom state. The study adopted Expostfactor design while stratified random sampling technique was used in selecting the respondents. Data was obtained using a research questionnaire titled “Correlates of Administrative Effectiveness of Secondary School Principals Questionnaire (CAESSPQ) test”. Data obtained from respondents were analysed using mean statistics like independent t-test analysis and oneway analysis of variance. It was concluded that the administrative effectiveness of male and female principals in secondary schools cannot be same as male principals can work under pressure and other interfering factors. Also, young principals are more active than the older ones in the discharge of their administrative functions. It was therefore recommended that Government should regularly appreciate the long years of service and effort and skills put in by staff of secondary school by way of promotion.
Dr Patrick M. Umoh
Global Studies Quaterly
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