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Principals’ Administrative and Supervisory Roles for Teachers’ Job Effectiveness in Secondary Schools in Rivers State (Published)

The study investigated principals’ administrative and supervisory roles for teachers’ job effectiveness in secondary schools in Rivers State. Two research questions and two hypotheses guided the study. Descriptive survey was adopted while the population of the study was 8452 teachers of secondary schools in the state. The sample size of 265 teachers which represent 3.1% of the entire population was drawn through cluster sampling technique. A questionnaire titled principal’s administrative and supervisory roles for teachers’ job effectiveness Questionnaire (PASTJEQ) was developed and used for data collection. The research questions were answered using mean (), mean set (),  standard deviation (Sd) and rank order statistics to answer the research questions, while the null hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance using the z-test statistics. The findings among others are as follows: principals engage in staff personnel administration and providing assistance on instructional activities to teachers in Rivers State. It was recommended among others that Principals should adopt modern supervisory techniques that are more human and government should initiate a periodic training for principals on administrative roles performance.

Keywords: Principals’ Administrative, Secondary Schools, Supervisory Roles, Teachers’ Job Effectiveness