THE STUDY’S BACKGROUND
Effective management can be defined as the proper coordination and utilization of all available resources in order to achieve the best possible results within the system. As a result, the issues associated with effective management of public secondary schools in Edo state’s Esan West local government area are critical. This is due to the establishment of a public secondary school in the area.
According to philosophers, tomorrow’s success is determined by today’s performance, so a well-lived day makes every tomorrow a time of hope. Furthermore, a review of the government’s intention to establish public secondary schools reveals that it is the intention of federal state education to be a common social good received by Nigeria. In other words, public secondary schools exist to provide equal educational opportunity and to prevent poverty among the people.
Furthermore, if these human resources are well motivated, they will produce the necessary scientists and technologists to help this country in various fields such as banking, industries, agriculture, and so on. Because of the following effective management in public school, all of their aspirations fail. Particularly in Edo state’s Esan West local government area.
The government’s objectives, as stated in the national education policy of 2004, are as follows.
To raise citizens’ national consciousness and unity.
To instill in order for the individual and society to survive.
The acquisition of appropriate skills, abilities, and competence as material and physical equipment for the individual to live and contributes to the development of societies
To develop one’s understanding of the world around them.
It is impossible to overstate the importance of a land fall of opportunities for its citizens capable of generating a great and dynamic economy and growing into a limited strong and self-sufficient nation. As a result of the study of the public secondary school in Esan West local government area of Edo state and the determination of the extent to which this is being achieved, all other agencies will work together to fully realize the potentials of public secondary schools in contributing to the achievement of the national policy on education’s objectives.