Communication And Administration Of Secondary Schools Case Study In Ndop Central Sub-Division Northwest Region Of Cameroon
Atanga D.F and Kue Talle MD. Paper Title.Communication and Administration of Secondary Schools Case Study in Ndop Central Sub-Division Northwest Region of Cameroon.IQ Research Journal of IQ res. j. (2022)1(1): pp 01-12. Vol. 001, Issue 001, 01-2022, pp. 001-013
The main purpose of this project was to find out the extent to which communication affects school administration in selected secondary schools in Ndop Central Sub-Division Northwest Region of Cameroon. Five research questions and four hypotheses were formulated and used to guide the study. The descriptive survey design was used. A questionnaire made up of 15 closed-ended items was constructed and administered to a sample size of 120 (teachers and administrators). The proportionate stratified random sampling technique was used to select respondents. The data collected was analyzed by use of both descriptive and inferential statistics. Descriptively, the data were presented using frequencies and percentages in tables and bar charts while inferentially; the Chi-square test of independence was used to verify the hypotheses. The findings revealed statistically at 0.05 level of significance that: there is a significant relationship between overloading of information and school administration; there is a significant relationship between the pressure of time and school administration; there is a significant relationship between inadequate information and school administration; there is a significant relationship between poor listening ability and school administration and there are ways by which communication can be improved in the school milieu. Some recommendations were made based on the findings of this study. Such was to the government that she should open a training school for educational administrators. Some difficulties were encountered (among which was the muddy road to the four villages where the researcher administered questionnaires).