The Impact of Federal Education Quality Assurance Services on Teachers’ Effectiveness in Federal Unity Colleges in Bayelsa State
AbstractThis study examined the impact of federal education quality assurance services on teachers’ effectiveness in Federal Unity Colleges in Bayelsa State. The study provided insights on the relevance of federal education quality assurance services on schools’ improvement. A descriptive survey design was adopted for the study. Two research questions and corresponding null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. 243 teachers from the 3 Federal Unity Colleges in the state formed the sample of the study. The instrument for data collection was a questionnaire tagged “Impact of Federal Education Quality Assurance Services Questionnaire” (IFEQUAS) developed by the researcher and validated by experts. The reliability coefficient was established using Cronbah-Alpha method and a value of 0.79 and 0.81 was obtained. The research questions were answered using mean and standard deviation, while the research hypotheses were tested using t-test statistic. It was established that teachers were appreciative of the supervisory role played by FEQUAS and that FEQUAS improves teachers’ work attitude and instructional delivery skills.
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