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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRINCIPALS’ FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND TEACHERS’ TASK PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN ONITSHA EDUCATION ZONE.
This study investigated the relationship between principals’ financial management strategies and teachers’ task performance in secondary schools in Onitsha Education Zone. Guided by three research questions and three null hypotheses. Two questionnares-How principals provide fund questionnaire (HPPFQ) and the principals’ rate on level of teachers’ task performance questionnaire (PRLTPQ) were used to collect the data. Proportionate stratified random sampling technique was employed to select to a sample of 495 respondents. Pearson product moment
correlation was used to answer the research questions, while t-test was used to test the hypotheses at the 0.05 level of significance. The major finding revealed that the relationship between principals’ financial management strategies and teachers’ teaching performance, discipline of students and involvement in co-curricular activities in secondary schools in Onitsha Education Zone could be described high and positive. The conclusion was that there was a significant relationship between principals’ financial management strategies and teachers’ task performance in Onitsha Education Zone. Recommendations included the organization of regular seminars and workshops for both principals and teachers in order to improve financial management strategies of principals’ and boast teachers’ task performance.
BY OBODO CHINELO T., A THESIS PRESENTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND POLICY, FACULTY OF EDUCATION NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT OF THE AWARD FOR A MASTERS DEGREE IN EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT AND POLICY