RECORD KEEPING IN NIGERIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Record keeping is a vital responsibility of the school administrators because of the indispensable roles it plays in the effective day-to-day running of the schools. Keeping of records in primary schools is often organized around the life cycle of creation, storage, retrieval, retention and disposition which is concerned with protecting them. The paper attempts to examine various records kept in primary schools. Importance of record keeping, maintenance, storage and retrieval for effective decision making in the administration of primary schools policies have been discussed. The paper recommends that there is a need for training and re-training of primary school administrators like headmasters and teachers on the importance of record keeping.
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