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Title: Teachers’ Perception of Principals' Leadership Behaviours in the Public Senior Secondary Schools of Plateau State
Authors: Gyang, Theresa Stephen
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Journal of Educations
Series/Report no.: Vol. 2;No. 1; Pp 11-19
Abstract: The study examined the principals’ leadership behaviours in the public senior secondary schools in Barkinladi and Langtang Nonh Local Government Areas of Plateau State. The research design adopted for the study was the descriptive survey design. The sample consisted of 3! principals and I37 teachers out of the population of 39 principals and 229 teachers respectively, of the public senior secondary schools ofthe two LGAs. The Principals‘ Leadership Styles Description Questionnaire (PLSDQ). was used to gather data for the study. 111: statistical technique used for analysing the data was the mean. One research question was answered in the study. Results confirmed that teachers perceived principals to be more democratic in decision-making, communication, delegation, motivation, provision of resources and were both democratic and laissez-faire in interpersonal relationship. ln addition, teachers perceived their principals to be autocratic in supervision in their leadership behaviours.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2736
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