The problem of low job performance among teachers in secondary schools in Nigeria has become a major concern to all stakeholders in education.
Findings have revealed that the performance of teachers has a significant effect on the academic performance of the students and the attainment of school goals and objectives.
There have been wailing and protest at all possible communicative channels by stakeholders about the steady decline in students' performance in Nigeria.
Several research studies have been conducted by researchers to proffer solution to this academic cancer.
Unfortunately, the problem of poor students performance in secondary schools still persists.
Hence, an indicator that there is low teacher performance in secondary schools in the country.
However, most of the research on teacher performance has generally associated teacher performance with personal characteristics, but there have been only a limited number of studies that have investigated the relationship between teacher performance and organizational characteristics.
Could this be the reason why the problem of low teacher performance remains an issue in public secondary schools in Oyo state, Nigeria?
Osemwegie Osayomwanbor is a consultant to private primary and secondary schools in Oyo State, Nigeria.
He has over 15 years experience in school administration and teaching.He received Professional Diploma in Educational Management, Bachelor in Educational Management/ Political science and Masters in Educational management
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