CE  Vol.6 No.16 , September 2015
Initiatives Required by Stakeholders in Provision of School Plant in Primary Schools in Enugu Education Zone
ABSTRACT
The study sought to identify initiatives required from stakeholder in the provision of school plant in primary schools in Enugu Education zone. Three research questions were developed and answered. Survey research design was adopted by the study. The population for the study was 5488 while the sample was 645 selected using proportionate random sampling technique. A 24 item structured questionnaire developed from literature reviewed was used to collect data for the study. Three experts validated the instrument. The internal consistency of the items was determined using Cronbach Alpha method and a coefficient of 0.82 was obtained. The researcher administered the instrument with the help of 3 assistants. The data collected were analyzed using mean to answer the research question while the hypothesis was tested using t-test statistics. The study found out that there were 24 initiatives (8 initiatives each by PTA members, community leaders and government respectively) required from stakeholders for provision of school plant in primary schools in Enugu Education Zone. It was therefore recommended that the identified initiatives should be implemented by the stakeholders to provide school plant in primary schools in Enugu Education zone.

Cite this paper
Agbo, P. (2015) Initiatives Required by Stakeholders in Provision of School Plant in Primary Schools in Enugu Education Zone. Creative Education, 6, 1790-1796. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.616182.
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