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Comparative Analysis of Pupils’ Academic Achievements in Public and Private Schools in Ekiti State (Published)

The study observed the comparative analysis of pupils’ academic achievements in public and private schools in Ekiti State. The study used a descriptive research design of survey type. The sample consisted of one hundred and eighty-two (182) respondents that were selected from the private and public primary schools in urban and rural areas of Ekiti State. A simple random sampling technique was employed in the selection of the 182 respondents and gender equality was considered in selecting respondents for the study. Two instruments were developed and used for the study. Based on the data analyses, findings revealed that there was a significant difference in academic achievements of private and public primary school pupils in favour of private schools. It was further revealed that there were significant effects of the factors responsible for difference(s) in academic achievements between private and public primary school pupils. The outcome of the study showed that the public primary schools which were established, financed and managed by the government have not been performing up to expectation with respect to academic achievements of pupils. Sequel to the findings of the study, it was recommended that government should give adequate priority and proper attention to the education industry, particularly, the public primary schools to enhance proper pupils’ academic achievement.

Keywords: : Academic Performance, Private Schools, Pupils., public schools

School Based Management in Public Schools as Perceived by Principles in Karak Directorate of Learning and Education (Published)

This study aims to reveal the reality of the application of School Based Management (SBM) in public schools as perceived by principals in Karak governorate, where this study provides a theoretical and practical description of the reality of SBM practice.  The study sample consists of (115) principles who are managing public schools in Karak governorate. The study instrument designed for identifying and measuring the reality of the application SBM. The researcher used the descriptive survey method to collect data and analyze it using statistical analysis program for social sciences SPSS. The results indicated that there is a moderate degree in the reality of the application of SBM in public schools from the point of view of principals in Karak governorate. In addition, results indicated that there were no statistically significant differences due to the variables of sex, experience, academic qualification and the reality of the application of SBM   in public schools from the point of view of principles in Karak governorate, and finally, the study offers several recommendations highlighted that principles need to be empowered to practice SBM by adjusting their relationship with their senior management, teachers and local community.

Keywords: Karak governorate, Self Management, public schools

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