Teachers are the most valuable asset in the school system. A situation where educational support services are either not provided or ineffectively managed may adversely affect teachers' tasks performance. Hence, learners as instructional recipients would be denied educational accountability. This publication therefore is a wake up call to all educational managers at all levels to absorb the rudiments of educational support service management for enhancing the multifarious tasks of classroom teachers in the school system.
Chukwudi Uzoigwe received his B.Ed (second class upper credit) and M.Ed degrees from the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. As a Doctoral candidate, his current interest centres around advising and assisting Faculty and students in the generation and development of research endeavours. He is a member of NAEAP and CCEAM
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Management, Support Services, Teachers, Task Performance
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