Ibu, Prescilia Nkow; Adie, Emmanuel Benimpuye & Okaba, Lydia Achi
The study was on the Assessment of Science Teachers’ Perceptions of Corruption in Secondary Schools in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. The study was guided by two (2) research questions. Literature was reviewed empirically and theoretically according to the sub-variables of the study. The study adopted the survey research design with a purposive sampling technique to select a total of 69 secondary school science teachers from 100 science teachers in the study area. A questionnaire titled Corrupt practices (CP) was used for data collection. The data collected were analyzed using frequencies and simple percentages, and the findings of the study showed that science teacher perception of corruption in Secondary schools is significantly high. Based on the finding it was recommended among others that government should allocate money to science educators for research.