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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 4)
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Evaluation and Measurement in High School Education

Nkasiobi Silas Oguzor and Jacinta A. Opara
Corresponding Author:  Jacinta A. Opara 

Key words:  Evaluation, Nigeria, participation, teachers, testing, ,
Vol. 3 , (4): 364-373
Submitted Accepted Published
2010 December, 08 2011 May, 30 2011 July, 30

The study was aimed to find out from the teachers in Nigeria, their perception of the functionalism and their participation in the internal testing programme of Secondary Schools special reference to a State in Southern Nigeria. A sample of 1,000 teachers was randomly stratified from the entire teachers’ population of 6,000 in Government-own Secondary Schools. The percentages and chi-square (P2) statistical tools were used. The three hypotheses of the study were accepted at an alpha level of 0.05. There was no statistically significant relationships found between the teachers’ perception of the internal testing programme in their schools and their participation in the whole exercises viz: their classroom instructional management functions; the guidance and counselling of their schools and the administration of their schools respectively. A suggestion for the training and re-training programmes of the teachers in measurement and evaluation, principles practice methods and capabilities were preferred in the study.
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Nkasiobi Silas Oguzor and Jacinta A. Opara, 2011. Evaluation and Measurement in High School Education.  Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 3(4): 364-373.
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