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Title: TEACHERS' PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING IN THE TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS OF ETHIOPIA
Authors: ASEFA, ABAHUMNA
Advisors: Ato Ayalew Shibeshi
Keywords: DECISION MAKING
TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS OF ETHIOPIA
TEACHERS' PARTICIPATION IN DECISION MAKING
Copyright: Jun-1995
Date Added: 21-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: The major purpose of this study was to ecxamine the level of existing and desire of teachers in technical/vocational schools of Ethiopia to participate in decision making process. Data was collected through questionnaire, unstructured interviews, observation and document analysis. A questionnaire was distributed to 10 government and 2 nongovernment schools and elicited 227 responses. The same questionnaire was completed by 52 academic teachers, 163 technical/vocational teachers and 12 principals.8Fthe total 22 of them were females. For the purpose of analysis, different statistical techniques such as percentage, chisquare, t-test, scheffe test, correlation coefficient and ANOVA were employed. In the final analysis, the study revealed that significant difference was observed between the existing and desired level of participation. That is, the level of existing teachers' participation is considerably very 10 W: Yet, there is a significant difference between the views of the groups of respondents (positions) concerning desired level of participation. Strong association was observed between the goups of respondents concerning the importance attached to decision categories. It revealed that females perceive less level of participation than males. The study also showed that, as years of experience and academic qualification increase, the level of participation also increases
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3849
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