ASSESSMENT OF ADULT LITERACY FACILITATORS’ RECORD KEEPING EFFICIENCY IN KANO METROPOLIS, KANO STATE, NIGERIA

Bala Zakari (PhD)

Abstract


The study assessed how efficient adult literacy facilitators in Kano metropolis are in keepings adult literacy centres records using descriptive research design. A sample of 112 adult literacy facilitators was selected using simple random technique. A 10 item Facilitators’ Record Keeping Efficiency Scale (FRKES) was used to collect data in respect of adult literacy facilitators’ record keeping efficiency in Kano metropolis literacy centers. The instrument was validated by experts in the areas of Adult Education, Educational Management and Test and Measurement. The Scale has 0.87 reliability index. The data generated from Facilitators Record Keeping Efficiency Scale (FRKES) were statistically analyzed using descriptive statistics of Mean to answer research question one and t-test statistics was used to test the two hypotheses. The findings revealed that adult literacy facilitators are very poor in record keeping irrespective of their gender and length of services. The study recommended that opportunities inform of workshop and seminar should  be organized by Kano State Agency for Mass Education in order to equip the facilitators with knowledge and skills on recordkeeping.


Keywords


Facilitators, Recordkeeping, Efficiency, Adult Literacy Centre

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