An Assessment of Performance Evaluation Feedback in Governmental Secondary School, Jos North L.G.A Plateau State

  • Zekeri MOMOH Global Network for Peace and Anti-corruption Initiative (GNPAI)
  • Okafor GENEVIEVE CHINWENDU University of Jos
  • Michael KOLO University of Jos

Abstract

The aim of this study is to assess the level of Performance evaluation feedback in governmental secondary schools in Jos North Local Government Area. However, both primary and secondary sources of data collection were employed. The primary sources of data were obtained through administering 210 structured questionnaires to teachers in all 21 governmental secondary schools in Jos North Local Government Area (Nigeria). While the secondary sources of data were obtained from text books, journals and internet sources. The three hypotheses study were tested using Chi-square at 0.5% significance level. On the whole, alternative hypotheses of the study were upheld which states that teachers in governmental secondary schools in Jos North Local Government Area are satisfied with the performance evaluation feedback they got. Secondly, that teachers in governmental secondary schools in Jos North Local Government Area get feedback from performance evaluation and that there are diverse opinions on when performance evaluation should be conducted among teachers in governmental secondary schools in Jos North Local Government Area. 

Published
03-03-2018