Career Advancement, School Relations and Support Service Factors as Determinant of Teacher Productivity in Public Secondary Schools in Oyo State, Nigeria
This study investigated the extent to which these factors determine teacher productivity in public secondary schools. The study revealed among others the composite contribution of career advancement factor (β = 0.36; t=6.82; p < .05); and school relations factor (β = 0.13; t=2.59; p <.05). On the contrary, support services factor (β = 0.09; t=1.87; p > 05) was not significant in predicting teacher productivity. The factors such as career advancement and school relations factors revealed a positive impact on productiveness and effectiveness of teachers. A good work system should be created by which teachers will maintain high effectiveness level.
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