PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS
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The study investigate personnel management Practices in Public and Private Secondary Schools in Akinyele local Government Area of Oyo State the population of the study consisted all the Public and Private Secondary Schools in Akinyele L.G.A. A stratified sampling technique was used to select five Public Secondary Schools out of twenty six and five Private Secondary Schools out of thirty five in the affected area. Simple random technique was used to select one hundred and twenty respondents.
The instrument used for the study was questionnaire tagged (PMPPPSS) with 14 items for both principals and vice principals.
Thus, it was concluded that opportunities should be given to teachers to develop their potential and this can also be achieved by recognising the individual worth of teachers, this will in turn lead to effective school administration and personnel management. One main hypothesis and three operational hypotheses were formulated and tested for this study. The findings revealed that:
1. There was significant difference between personal management practices in public and private secondary schools in Akinyele L.G.A.
2. There was significant difference between resource planning in public and private secondary schools in Akinyele L.G.A.
3. There was significant difference between per formal appraisal in public and private secondary schools in Akinyele L.G.A.
4. There was significant difference between Development programme in pubic and private secondary schools in Akinyele L.G.A
Based on the findings, it was recommended that school management should ensure that teachers attend educational conferences, seminars in order to improve their teaching skills so as to be effective and efficient.
Government should intensify its efforts in monitoring learning achievement in the type of schools and likewise provide schools with adequate facilities so as to enhance the quality, effectiveness and efficiency of teachers in Nigerian secondary schools.
In addition, teachers need motivation particularly those in Public Schools for improvement and this should be provided by the government with all the necessary incentives such as adequate salaries, good working conditions and other fringe benefits that compete favourably with what obtains in other professions.