ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS TO INFLUENCE TEACHERS, WORK PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL. A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS

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ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS TO INFLUENCE TEACHERS, WORK PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL. A CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS (EDUCATION PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS)

 

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
Background to the Study
The term ?administration; is often used to mean ?to execute; or ?to enforce. However, the job of an administrator involves more than mere execution of plans and decisions made elsewhere. Accordingly, Onyene (2005) noted that where administrative function is reduced to execution, critical details are ignored. According to her, administration is a process of achieving organizational goals through frantic efforts directed towards putting to optimal use every available resource such as human, money, material and entrepreneurial skills. Perhaps it is in this operationally intricate sense that a school of thought reasoned that administration is more complex than management.

This is because day-to-day school administration entails critical procedures through which one in a position of authority such as the head teacher or principal discharges his/her responsibilities using the combined efforts of other people. Administration uses organized method to ensure the achievement of the aims and objectives of the school or any organization. Thus, the school administrator such as the principal combines his or her conceptual, technical, and human skills in ?performing a garmot of management functions like planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling, instructing, communicating, supervising, etc (Onyene 2000).

Besides, in a private school situation, Onyene (2005) noted that administration is most tasking because it has to sometimes commence with fundamental issues in structural designing, asking and answering essential questions on enrolment and patronage such as customer relations, customer values and satisfaction, learning and curriculum repackaging and many more. This workload explains why effective school administration is often at crisis level.This is because investors in schools in a bid to break even in terms of cost-benefit employ unqualified persons to head their schools. Thus, the head teacher or principal may not possess those administrative skills which he or she can strategically use for achieving corporate excellence. In actual sense for a private school to attain organizational effectiveness, proper definition of tangible and non-tangible goals is expected.

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