Records Keeping For Effective Administration of Secondary Schools

Amos Oyetunde Alabi

Abstract


This paper examined records keeping for effective administration of secondary schools. The types of records available in schools-statutory and non-statutory were identified, explained and listed. Many of those records were fully discussed pinpointing their relevance to the effectiveness of secondary school administration. Importance of keeping school records to all stakeholders of secondary school education and even beyond was well stated. The paper postulates that without keeping appropriate, adequate and relevant school records, there cannot be effective and efficient administration of secondary schools. Conditions for keeping and maintenance of school records were discussed. Certain problems about records keeping in secondary schools were highlighted and practical solutions to those problems were given. Records keeping are very central to effective administration of any secondary school.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v7i2.11182

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