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|Title: ||A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PRINCIPALSHIP PERFORMANCE BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUBJECT AREA DEGREE GRADUATES IN OROMIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS|
|Authors: ||DUBALE, ERGET|
|Advisors: ||Doctor Seyoum Tefera,|
|Keywords: ||PRINCIPALSHIP PERFORMANCE|
EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND SUBJECT AREA DEGREE GRADUATES IN OROMIA SECONDARY SCHOOLS DUBALE ERGET JUNE,
|Copyright: ||Jun-1997 |
|Date Added: ||22-Nov-2012 |
|Abstract: ||The purpose of this study was to evaluate the administrative
performance of Senior Secondary School principals who graduated in B.A.
degree in educational administration and those who graduated in other fields of
study in Oromia Regional State as perceived by themselves, teachers and
In order to secure adequate data for the study, 20 Senior Secondary
School, i.e. 10 for each group, of principals, were selected randomly by quota
In the study 207 teachers, 20 principals and 7 supervisors participated
as data sources. In order to analyze the administrative performance of these
principals on applying their conceptual, human relations and technical skills,
and also to detect the factors affecting their leadership performance, t-test, one
way ANOVA and Chi-square-test were employed. Based on the analysis
made, the following results were reached. On all basic administrative skills
areas, the performance of EdAd principals was perceived significantly different
from those of Non-EdAd principals according to teachers' responses. In
addition, based on both principals' role perception, EdAd principals were
perceived significantly applying the conceptual skills much better than Non-
EdAd principals. On administrative areas requiring human relation and
technical skills, both group of principals perceived their performance in a
similar manner indicating no significant difference.
The supervisors perceived both groups of principals performance on all
administrative skills in a similar manner showing no significant diference.
Except the low relationship between both groups of principals' and the
public, no other significant factors that impeded the leadership performance of
principals were observed.
For the findings favor trained principals who graduated in educational
administration, this programme better widen its scope to meet the high demand
of trained manpower for the local Senior Secondary Schools such as Oromia
|Appears in:||Thesis - Educational Planning & Management|
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