Volume 12, Issue 2, 2024

Influence of Educational Facilities, School Leadership and Management on Students’ Academic Performance in Public Secondary Schools in Lagos State Education District V Lagos.

Rufai M. D., & Eyiyemi Moses Sunday


This study examined the influence of educational facilities and quality assurance practices on students’ academic performance in public secondary school District V Lagos. The population of the study comprised of all public secondary school teachers in Lagos State Education District V Lagos.. The sample for this study consisted of 300 teachers selected in public secondary schools in Lagos State Education District V Lagos. The simple random sampling was used to select the sample. Data was collected with the use of self-developed “Educational Facilities, School Leadership and Management on Students’ Academic Performance Questionnaire (EFSLMSAPQ). This questionnaire comprised of two sections. Section A was on demographic information of respondents, section B focused on variable of Educational facilities, school leadership and Management on students’ academic performance, In order to establish the reliability of “Educational Facilities, School Leadership and Management on Students’ Academic Performance Questionnaire (EFSLMSAPQ ten respondents from secondary school in Lagos State Education District I that were not part of the study was used for reliability test. The data generated from the pilot study was subjected to Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient (PPMCC), which was 0.87 after computation, and r-value of 0.70 was used as basis for adoption of the instruments for data collection in the study. Data collected was analysed with the use of descriptive statistics of frequency and percentage for demographic data of respondents while the inferential statistics of linear regression was used to test the three formulated hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. Findings from the study revealed that educational facilities, school leadership and management had influence on students’ academic performance. It was recommended that Lagos State Education District V should provide adequate educational facilities for all secondary in the district to enhance teaching and learning, school leadership in secondary schools in Lagos State Education District should perform their roles and responsibilities as required.


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