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international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
Volume 5, 2019, Issue 4
Relationship between Conditions of Service and Teachers’ Job Performance in Senior Secondary ‎Schools in Adamawa State, Nigeria
Adamu Mohammed, Aishatu Salihu Bello, Badamasi Abubakar Barde
Pages: 5-8

Abstract

This study investigated the “Relationship between conditions of service and teachers’ job ‎performance in Senior Secondary Schools in Adamawa State”. The purpose of this study is to ‎determine the relationship between conditions of service and teachers’ job performance in Senior ‎Secondary Schools in Adamawa State, one hypothesis guided the study. The study adopted ‎descriptive research design. The area of the study was Adamawa state, the population was 337 ‎principals and 5128 teachers. A stratified simple random sampling technique was used to select ‎two education zones out of five and a sample of 166 principals and 166 teachers was determined ‎using Taro Yamane’s formulae. The instrument was questionnaire on conditions of service for ‎teachers’ determination questionnaire (CSTDQ) and teachers’ job performance questionnaire ‎‎(TJPQ). The instrument was validated by 3 experts and reliability coefficient was 0.94 and 0.92 ‎using Cronbach’s alpha method. The data was collected with the help of four research assistants ‎within the period of 4 weeks. The data was analysed using Pearson Product Moment Correlation ‎Coefficient (PPMCC). Findings indicated that there was a significant relationship between ‎conditions of service and teachers’ job performance in senior secondary schools in Adamawa state. ‎The study concluded that there is a significant relationship between the conditions of service and ‎teachers’ job performance and recommendations among others included paying teachers’ salaries ‎promptly, promoting them regularly, giving them surprise packages and sending them on training ‎programmes‎‎‎‎‎. 



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