Teachers' performance as influenced by principals' strategic planning skills

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Author: Bocoran, Juvelyn.

Accession Number: 1511T

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Copyright Year: 2013

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This descriptive study examined the teachers' performance as influenced by principals' strategic planning skills categorized as to forecasting, designing, empowering, and controlling. The respondents were the 21 principals purposely selected and 251 teachers randomly chosen from public secondary schools in the Fourth Congressional District of Iloilo, school year 2012-2013. The instruments used to gather information were the two researcher-made questionnaires and the PAST of the teachers. Questionnaires A and B underwent validation before the conduct of the study. Only questionnaire B was pilot-tested in the Third District. The statistical tools utilized were mean, standard deviation, Kruskal-Wallis, Mann-Whitney, and Spearman's rho. Results revealed that school principals had "proficient" strategic planning skills. As to sex, males had "satisfactory" while females had "proficient" strategic planning skills. When classified according to age, those who were 30 to 40 years old, 51 to 60 years old, and above 60 years old had "proficient" strategic planning skills. But those who were 41 to 50 years old had only "satisfactory" strategic planning skills. When they were classified according to educational attainment, those who had completed their master's degree, uncompleted doctoral degree, and completed doctoral degree, had "proficient" strategic planning skills while those who had not completed their master's degree had only "satisfactory" strategic planning skills. And when they were classified according to number of years in service as school head, they also had "proficient" strategic planning skills. Furthermore, it was revealed that teachers' performance was generally "very satisfactory". Findings also showed significant differences in the principals' strategic planning skills only in empowering and controlling when they were classified according to sex, in favor of the females. However, no significant differences were observed when the school principals were classified according to age, educational attainment, and number of years in service. Finally, a positive but not significant relationship was noted between the principals' strategic planning skills and the teachers' performance.


Keywords: Teachers' performance, Principals' strategic planning skills

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