School Environment and School Heads’ Managerial Skills: Looking into their Relationships to School’s Performance

Javen J. Gamala, Eliseo P. Marpa
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Abstract


This study examined the degree of the influence of school environment and school heads managerial skills on school’s performances. Using a correlational method of research, a total of 115 school heads, 1044 teachers, 115 pupils, and 115 parents of public elementary schools in the 6th Congressional District of Negros Occidental, Philippines was chosen as study participants. An expert-validated and standardized questionnaire was used for data collection.  Results show that school environment was moderately favorable while the school heads’ managerial skills and schools’ performances were very high. Results further revealed that school heads’ managerial skills and school environment relates to school performance, however, the relationship is not significant. Although results hold that school heads exhibited managerial skills in a favorable school environment, but this does not mean that it has influence on schools performance as reflected in this study. In this regard, the study suggests examining other factors that might influence school performance. 


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School environment, Managerial skills, School's performance, Relationship

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Gamala, J. J., & Marpa, E. P. (2022). School environment and school heads’ managerial skills: Looking into their relationships to school’s performance. International Journal on Social and Education Sciences (IJonSES), 4(2), 218-235. https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonses.285




DOI: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonses.285

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