Non-Parametric Test Analysis for the Questionnaire Investigation on the High School Teachers’ Work Load

Yasuo Ishii, Daisuke Takeyasu, Tatsuya Oyanagi, Kazuhiro Takeyasu


High School teachers in Japan are sending very busy days on their daily works including teaching, support for the club activities and deskwork. Among them, they share a lot of time for managing the club actives of students compared with other countries. In that area, professionals can make instruction much better than teachers for the special sports like Judo and Kendo (Japanese fencing) etc. School Social Worker can coordinate the professionals out of school and can help teachers by decreasing their burden on that area. There are few related papers concerning the support of club activities by utilizing the professionals outside. In this paper, a questionnaire investigation is executed to the five High Schools at Miyagi Prefecture in Japan in order to clarify their current condition and their consciousness, and to seek the possibility of utilizing school social worker for their support. Fundamental statistical analysis and Non-Parametric Test Analysis are performed. As for Q2”Consciousness for the daily works” and its related analysis, Null Hypotheses were rejected for 6 cases out of 60. As for Q3”Consciousness for guiding the club activities” and its related analysis, Null Hypotheses were rejected for 5 cases out of 48. Various cases should be investigated here after.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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