Investigating the Attitude of Students and Teachers towards the Teaching Profession in Minna, Niger State

In Minna, Niger State, this study looked into the attitudes of students and student-teachers regarding the teaching profession. A sample of 250 respondents was randomly selected from public and private schools around the Minna metropolitan, and data was collected using a fifteen-item questionnaire and a structured interview schedule. Frequency counts, percentages, and means were used to examine the data. The findings demonstrated that individuals had a good attitude toward teaching, albeit to varying degrees of relevance. The findings have implications for school administration in that students’ and student-teachers’ attitudes toward teaching are a reflection of school personnel’s views regarding their careers.

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Chike-Okoli Adaeze
Federal University of Technology, Nigeria.

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