TEACHERS’ PERCEPTION OF THEIR HEAD TEACHERS’ ROLE EFFECTIVENESS

Elizabeth U. Apebende, Samsom Cyprian Ushie

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This paper is a survey study focused on teacher’s perception of their head teachers’ role effectiveness. Two research hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. A seven item questionnaire was constructed and distributed to 100 teachers selected from primary schools in the South Senatorial District of Cross River State. A population t-test and an independent t-test was used to analyze the data. The result revealed a no significant perception of the head teachers’ role effectiveness and a significant difference in perception between the private and public teachers with the private teachers having a positive perception of their teachers’ role effectiveness. It was concluded that the head teachers should be more exposed to more re-training exercises to enable them do their job effectively.

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