Quality of Teachers and Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Ondo State

Quality of Teachers and Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Ondo State

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Author(s): Ehinola G.B

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Abstract

The study investigated the quality of teachers and academic performance of secondary school students in Ondo State. The study was designed to find out whether qualities of teachers; qualification and experience are related to academic performance. Descriptive survey designed was used. Proportionate random sampling technique was used to select 50 schools in Ondo state in which 50 principals and 150 teachers, teaching English language, mathematics, biology in the sampled schools. Two set of research instruments; Academic performance Questionnaire (APQ) for principals only; and Teachers Quality Questionnaire (TQQ) for teachers only were used for the study. Frequency counts and simple percentage was used to answer the research question while Pearson Product Moment Correlation Co-efficent was used to analyze hypotheses tested. All hypotheses were tested at a significant level of 0.05. The study revealed the present quality of teacher in Ondo state. It also confirmed the significant relationship between the quality of teachers and student academic performance in the three core subjects; English language, (r-cal 0.501, r-tab 0.288) Mathematics 9r-cal 0,.291, r-tab 0.288 ) and Biology (r-cal 0.484, r-tab 0.288) in Ondo State secondary schools. Suggestions were made that all unqualified teachers should be encouraged to obtain requisite qualification like Diploma in Education. Also more- in – service course, workshops, conferences, and seminars should be made available for the teachers and principals.

Keywords

Teachers, Quality, Academic Performance, Core subjects

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