An Examination of Teacher Education Management and Innovative Reforms Agenda for Curriculum Implementation in Secondary Schools in IMO State, Nigeria
Journal of Education, Society and Behavioural Science,
The study examines managing teacher education and innovative reforms agenda for curriculum execution in secondary schools in Imo state, Nigeria. The study adopted descriptive survey design. The population comprised of Five hundred and thirty (530) secondary school Principal in Imo state school system. The sample consisted of 200 duty principals randomly selected by stratified technique from each of the three education zones of the state, Okigwe, Orlu, and Owerri. Fifteen (15) items questionnaire was the instruments for data collection and the instrument was validated by experts in Imo state University, Owerri. The questionnaire which recorded a reliability coefficient of 0.89 was administered face to face to 200 respondents by the researchers who also retrieved same. The data collected were analyzed with mean and standard deviation and null hypothesis were tested using the z-test statistics at 0.05 level of significance. Based on the results, the researchers made crucial recommendations that government and stakeholders in education should emphasize on managing teacher education and innovative reform agenda to enhance development of the nation.
- teacher education
- innovative reforms
How to Cite
Adeyemi TO. Fundamentals of educational management. Lagos: Atlantic Association Publishers; 2006.
Nwafor CE. Reforms and Innovations in Nigeria Education (ed. E. Kpangban, P.E. Eya & P.C. Igbojinwaekwu) 156-173; West & Solomon Coeparate Ideals Ltd; 2013.
Nnorom SU, Oladotun OO. Principals’ quality management skills as determinants of goal attainment in secondary schools in Ahiazu Mbaise local government area, Imo State. International Journal on Integrated Education. 2020;3(10):87-9.
Ikediugwu N. Educational Management and innovation for the attainment of sustainable development goals (SDGs) key note paper. African Journal of Humanities and Reforms in Educational Management. 2017;1(1)1-17.
Anokam EO, Cookey PNR. Challenges and benefits of inclusive eduaction for sustainable development in Nigeria: Psychologists view. African Journal of Humanities and Reforms in Educational Management. 2017;1(1):421-433.
Anyanwu K, Ofogbu JU, Azuike RU. Educational management in underdeveloped economy: Implecations fpr sustainable development goals. African Journal of Humanities and Reforms in Educational Management. 2017;1(1):272-282.
Anyanwu JA, Nnorom SU. Extent of school managers’ utilization of fund generation strategies for a sustainable private secondary education in Imo state. International Journal of Advanced Research (IJAR). 2020;8(7):81-86.
Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN). National policy on education: Lagos: Nig. NERDC; 2013.
Abstract View: 107 times
PDF Download: 35 times