Impact of Principals' Managerial Strategies on Universal Basic Education in Junior Secondary Schools in Kaduna North Senatorial Zone, Kaduna State

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LAWAL Amina
ALIYU Bilkisu Bashir
UMAR Muhammad Rabiu

Abstract

This study investigated the impact of principals' managerial strategies on Universal Basic Education in Junior Secondary Schools in Kaduna North Senatorial Zone, Kaduna State. The study was guided by two research objectives and questions, employing a descriptive survey research design. The population under consideration comprised 5,593 respondents, from which a random sample of 375 individuals was selected. Data collection was conducted through the utilization of a questionnaire. Analysis of the research questions was performed using mean and standard deviation. The study findings unveiled a significant impact of funding on the practical implementation of the Universal Basic Education (UBE) program in junior secondary schools within Kaduna North Senatorial Zone, Kaduna State, among other discoveries. Based on the study's findings, several recommendations were proposed, including fostering synergy between government bodies and school authorities to ensure enhanced funding and adequate instructional materials to effectively implement the UBE program in the Kaduna North Senatorial Zone, Kaduna State.

Keywords: Managerial Strategies, Implementation of UBE Programme, Funding, Instructional Materials

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Lawal, A., Aliyu, B. B., & Umar, M. R. (2024). Impact of Principals’ Managerial Strategies on Universal Basic Education in Junior Secondary Schools in Kaduna North Senatorial Zone, Kaduna State. African Journal of Humanities and Contemporary Education Research, 14(1), 140-148. https://doi.org/10.62154/a9v8xd51
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LAWAL Amina, Federal College of Education, Zaria - Nigeria.

Educational Administration and Planning,

Federal College of Education, Zaria - Nigeria.

ALIYU Bilkisu Bashir, Federal College of Education, Zaria - Nigeria.

Educational Administration and Planning,

Federal College of Education, Zaria - Nigeria.

UMAR Muhammad Rabiu, Federal College of Education, Zaria - Nigeria.

Educational Administration and Planning,

Federal College of Education, Zaria - Nigeria.