Sunday Emmanuel Nnamdi (PhD), Abdul'Aziz Inusa Busa


This study is to examine Information Communication Technology (ICT) and Secondary School Administration Effectiveness in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State. The Population of the respondents was 320which comprises of the 22 principals, and 298 teachers of public secondary schools in Jos North Local Government area, and the same number of respondents was used as the sample size because the population was small. There searchers employed descriptive research design. A four-Likert self-designed questionnaire of Information Communication Technology and Secondary School Administration Effectiveness (ICTSSE) was used to elucidate information from the respondents. The data collected was analyzed on the basis of descriptive statistics using percentages, mean and standard deviation. Criterion mean of 2.50 was set, while the null hypothesis was tested using Chi-square at 0.05 level of significance. Findings of the study revealed that, ICT has a great influence on the administration effectiveness of students especially at the secondary school level. It was recommended amongst others that the government, administrators, teachers, should give priority to the utilization of ICT for easy administration of the schools. Stake holders, NGOs, and the PTA should encourage the use of ICT with internet connection in schools, and both the school administrators and the ministries of education should encourage the use of ICT in the administration of schools to improve effectiveness amongst the school administrators.


ICT, administration effectiveness, NGOs, PTA.

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