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|Title:||EXTEND OF MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL FOR THE IMPLEMTATION OF THE UNIVERSLA BASIC EDUCATION (UBE) OROGRAMME IN EBONYI STATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS|
|Authors:||NWAFUKWA PETER OTE|
|Abstract:||Abstract This study investigated the extent of management and maintenance of instructional materials for the implementation of Universal Basic Education (UBE) Programme in Ebonyi State Secondary Schools. The study focused on all the public secondary schools in the state. Three research questions and three null hypotheses guided the study. The study employed a descriptive survey research design. The population of the study comprised 2,367 principals and teachers. Proportionate stratified sampling technique was used to select 631 respondents. The researcher developed a 75 item instrument on the extent of availability, utilization and maintenance of instructional materials on 4-point scale. The instrument was face-validated by three experts one in Measurement and Evaluation and two in Educational Foundations in Ebonyi State University. Research questions were answered using mean (~) and standard deviation (SO), while t-test statistic was employed to test the three hypotheses at 0.05 level of significant. The result of the data revealed that: instructional materials for teaching all the subjects under study are all available and equally utilized to a very high extent. However, some instructional materials such as posters, charts and typewriters are available and utilized to a less extent, instructional materials are maintained to a less extent generally in some of the subjects: English language, Mathematics, Basic Sciences and Igbo. Based on the findings, recommendations such as Federal Government, concerned individuals, non-governmental organizations and Parents' Teachers Association (PTA) could also provide such all important materials as government alone cannot do everything and suggestions for further studies were made.|
|Description:||A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE DEPARMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS , EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY, ABAKALIKI. IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF MASTERS IN ADMINISTRATION AND PLANNING|
|Appears in Collections:||Theses & Dissertations|
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