School Types, Facilities and Academic Performance of Students in Senior Secondary Schools in Ondo State, Nigeria

Alimi Olatunji Sabitu, Ehinola Gabriel Babatunde, Alabi Festus Oluwole

Abstract


The study investigated the influence of school types and facilities on students’ academic performance in Ondo State. It was designed to find out whether facilities and students’ academic performance are related in private and public secondary schools respectively. Descriptive survey design was used. Proportionate random sampling technique was used to select 50 schools in Ondo state. Two set of research instruments named School Facility Descriptive and Students Academic Performance Questionnaire (SFDAPQ) for principals; and School Facility Descriptive Questionnaire (SFDQ) for the teachers were used for the study. T- test was used to analyze the data.  All hypotheses were tested at a significant level of 0.05. The study revealed a significant difference in facilities available in public and private schools in Ondo State. It however revealed no significant difference in academic performance of students in the two types of secondary schools. Suggestions for the procurement of more facilities in public secondary schools were made in order to enhance students’ academic performance.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v5n3p44

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