School Heads Competence and Qualifications: It’s Influence on the School Performance
This study explored the Influence of School Heads Competence and Qualifications to the School Performance. This quantitative research utilized Descriptive-correlational and determined 48 School heads from Elementary and Secondary schools in Narra District, Narra, Palawan, Philippines. A self-completed questionnaire developed by the researchers was administered to gather the school heads’ profile and school’s performance. Mean, percentage, and standard deviation was used in analyzing the school heads’ profile and the school’s performance while the Pearson correlation was employed to test the relationship of the research’s variables. Results showed that in terms of the profile, majority of the respondents were graduates of bachelor’s degree with units in master’s program and almost half of them have international level of training while more than half were Principal III and have 4 to 7 years of practice as school head. In terms of their performance in the last three years, both in the years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, the school heads obtained a very satisfactory performance and outstanding performance in the year 2019-2020. Both in the school years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, the schools in Narra District obtained a maturing level. However, in the school year 2019-2020, the schools in Narra District got a rating, which was described as advanced level. It was found out also that there was no significant relationship between the school heads’ profile and the school performance was established. The result lead to recommendation to strengthen the school-based management areas where the schools obtained a maturing level while sustain the current level of practice in the SBM areas where they obtained an advanced level.
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