Impact of Economic Indices on Teacher’s Job Performance in Public Secondary Schools in Oyo Metropolis

Rekiat Omolola Adefalu, Oluwumi Olatunde Akinola & Sunday Mayowa Oke

Abstract

The study investigated impact of economic indices on teacher’s job performance in public secondary schools in Oyo metropolis. The design of the study was descriptive survey. The population comprises all secondary school teachers in Oyo metropolis, their number stands at one thousand, three hundred and eighty (1380) male and female teachers. The sample of this study was two hundred and fifty (250) male and female teachers of public secondary schools in Oyo metropolis. The research randomly selected ten (10) public secondary schools out of fifty-five (55) public secondary schools in Oyo metropolis and data were collected through structured questionnaire. The work was guided by two research questions and hypotheses. Analysis of data was done using chi-square statistical tool at 0.05 level of significance. The findings of the study revealed that economic indices affect teachers’ job performance in Oyo metropolis. In consideration of the findings of this study, it was recommended that government should implement new salary scale for teachers in order to enhance their performances.

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