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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 10, October 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



New Normal Secondary School Management And Its Correlates: The Public Educational Institutions View

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AUTHOR(S)

Russel V. Santos

 

KEYWORDS

Accountability, Continuous Improvement. Curriculum and Instruction, Fiscal Management, Infrastructure, Instructional Leadership, Leadership and Governance, Management of Resources

 

ABSTRACT

School administrators understand the type and extent of their schools' adaptation to new normal situations and challenges in the education system is highly and significantly influenced by the level of their new normal school management actions. The same as with the land of Pangasinan, principals are challenged with school management priorities, hence, this investigation sought to find out the extent of a school management of the public secondary school along aspects of leadership and governance, curriculum and instruction, accountability of continuous improvement and management of resources; and the extent of implementation of Instructional Leadership, Fiscal Management, and Infrastructure. The study is descriptive by nature with the 117 public secondary school principals in Pangasinan Division II. The data were gathered using survey-questionnaires and were statistically treated using weighted mean and t-test. SPM tool was used in this study to collect data in order to assess the extent to which principals have implemented school management features Second, survey-questionnaires are used to collect information on their level of management implementation. It was found that in leadership and governance, majority of the respondents highly implemented a collaborative network established by the school community. For curriculum and instruction, majority of the respondents claimed that the programs in their schools are fully implemented to maintain harmonious environment. Meanwhile, accountability for continuous improvement, majority of the respondents cited that school-community development performance assessment is practiced. In terms of management of resources, most of the respondents claimed that stakeholders support judicious use of resource. Finally, the implementation of infrastructure is most used extensively than Instructional Leadership and Fiscal Management.

 

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