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Title: INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES AND MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN NORTH CENTRAL NIGERIA
Authors: WOMBO, MARGARET WANHUGUR
Keywords: INFRASTRUCTURAL COLLEGES, EDUCATION, NORTH CENTRAL NIGERIA FACILITIES, MANAGEMENT, PUBLIC
Issue Date: Oct-2019
Abstract: This study examined the perceived impact of infrastructural facilities on management of public Colleges of Education in North Central Nigeria. Seven research questions and seven null hypotheses guided the study. The study employed ex-post facto research design. The population of the study comprised 12,850 (5758 academic staff and 7,092Non-Academic staff) from 15 colleges of education. A sample of 374 respondents was selected for the study using multi-stage sampling procedure. The instruments for data collection were Infrastructural Facilities and Management Questionnaire (IFMQ) and Infrastructural Facilities and Management Interview Schedule (IFMIS) with reliability coefficient of 0.80. Mean score and standard deviation were used to answer the research questions. Interviews results were presented in tables, graphs and charts. Chi-square was used to test the null hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. The findings revealed that lecture halls, hostel accommodation, staff offices, library facilities, steady power supply, recreational facilities and water supply have significant impact on the management of public Colleges of Education in North Central Nigeria. Based on the findings of the study, it was recommended among others that government, management and private partners should put more efforts towards building lecture halls in colleges of education. This could be through mobilizing alumni and other fund raising avenues such as convocation and launching ceremonies where money could be donated to build lecture halls. College management, private individuals and government should build more hostels for students. They should also endeavour to repair and renovate dilapidated hostel buildings. School management should ensure that students keep the hostel clean in order to increase the life span of the hostels.
URI: http://bsuir.bsum.edu.ng:8080/jspui/handle/11409/540
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