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Title: ANALYSIS OF TEACHER USAGE IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EDO STATE
Authors: Omoike, Don
Nwadiani, Mon
Issue Date: Mar-2005
Publisher: Nigerian Journal of Educational Administration and Planning
Series/Report no.: Vol. 5, No.1;PP. 76 – 80.
Abstract: This study was inspired by the allegations that the quality of education was dwindling faster in public than in private secondary schools and that the inadequate use of teachers accounted for this disparity. The study therefore examined the true nature of, and the demands on, the work life of teachers in public and private secondary schools in Edo State, Nigeria for the 2004/2005 session. Three research questions were posed. All secondary schools in three local government areas were included in the study. Means and percentages were the statistics used. The results show a high, but no differences in the usage of teachers in both public and private secondary schools in Edo State. There was a difference in the teaching role of teachers in public and private secondary schools. The teaching workload was generally heavy.
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