Rot in The Management of Learning Environment And Intervention Strategies For Effective Teaching And Learning in Ebonyi State Secondary Schools of Nigeria

Dr.Onele Adali, Dr.P.Nwafukwa, Dr.U.Aja-Okorie


The study examined the rot in the management of learning environment and intervention strategies for effective teaching and learning in Ebonyi State secondary schools. The total population of the study consist of all the 230 principals and 2,036 teachers in public secondary schools in Ebonyi State giving a total of 2,266 people. Proportionate stratified simple random sampling technique was used to select 1,560 teachers and all the principals were used because of their smallness in number. The sample size is therefore, 1,790. Strategies for Improving Rot in Learning Environment Questionnaire Scale (SIREQS) were used for collection of data and it was subjected to face and content validation. The validation was drive by three experts, tow from Education Administration and two from Measurement and Evaluation, all from Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki. The instrument was also tested for reliability which yielded a reliability coefficient of 0.77 using Pearson Product Moment. Mean and standard deviation were tested at 0.05 level of significance using t-test statistic. Provision of infrastructure, funds and stability in policies on education were all strategies for improving rot in management of learning environment for effective teaching and learning in Ebonyi State secondary schools. 

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