This study is a reassessment of school-based data and the management of technological innovations and change in secondary schools in Cross River State, Nigeria. The emergence of technological innovation has turned the world into a global village and has transformed teaching and learning processes. In Cross River State, just like some other states in Nigeria, the basic challenge is that many schools still have constraints on the effective use of technology in the classroom, gathering and storage of data as well as management and administration of technological innovation and transformation. Management of technological innovations in the school system requires that the principals, who are the heads, coordinate both human and material resources effectively for the realization of technological innovation goal. From the result of findings, it was realized that “there is no significant positive relationship between school-based data and management of technological innovation”. It was recommended that Government of Cross River state and in fact Nigeria should as a matter of urgency make provision and distribution of facilities in schools that would aid the management and enhancement of technological innovations.