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This study focused on human resources development strategies and public secondary school teacher’s work performance in Cross River State. The study adopted a
correlational survey research design. Three objectives, three research questions and three hypotheses guided the study. The sample of the study comprised 360 (60 Principals and 300 Teachers) respondents drawn from the population of 3,691 comprising 3445 teachers and 246 principals in 246 public secondary schools in Cross Rivers state. Two sets of questionnaires developed by the researchers titled: Human Resource Development Strategy Questionnaire (HRDSQ) and Teachers Work Performance Questionnaire (TWPQ) were administered to the respondents with the help of three research assistants. The data collected was analyzed using PearsonProduct Moment correlation to answer the research questions and linear regression to test the hypotheses. The result showed that human resource development strategies significantly relates to teachers job performance in public secondary schools in Cross Rivers State. Specifically, conferences, seminars and workshops training to a significant positive very high extent relate to teachers work performance in Cross Rivers State. It was therefore recommended that the State Government should always create opportunities for public secondary school teachers to attend conferences, seminars and workshops in order to enhance their productivity. The study then concluded that human resource developments strategies are very vital to teacher’s professional development and on the job performance

Anebi, J. P. N. & Egbonyi, R. C.A (2022)

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