Research Paper | Education Management | Philippines | Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021
Perception of Teachers on the Leadership Style of Public Secondary School Heads in Sta. Cruz, Zambales
Loida M. Medrano
This study was undertaken primarily to find out the significant relationship between the leadership style as perceived by the teachers and the leadership style exercised by the public secondary school heads of Sta. Cruz, Zambales. The school head – respondents were male, 49.11 years old, married, Principal II with Masteral units, had served for 25.25 years and Catholic. The teacher – respondents were female, 35 years old, married, Teacher I with Masteral units, had served for 9.22 years and Catholic. The teacher – respondents perceived that democratic style was the usual style of leadership that was said to be used very often (VO) as well as the school heads’ response that this style was always (A) been exercising. There was a significant relationship on the perception of teachers on the leadership style of the public secondary school heads in Sta. Cruz, Zambales. The implication of the study was the best style of leadership will depend upon the situation. Therefore, with this kind of situation, without effective leadership style, it is difficult for school heads to function effectively. The researcher recommended that DepEd should provide more principal items for the school heads to be inspired, and to be more efficient, competent and effective school leaders; continues Faculty Development Program where teachers need to continuously upgrade their teaching competencies especially those who have not yet earned any single unit in the program by attending summer or Saturday classes, reading professional magazines and attending seminars, workshops and/or conference; conduct In – Service Trainings where school heads and teachers will meet up and discuss or evaluate whether the kind of leadership utilized in the previous semester is effective or not, school heads should also develop camaraderie to gain or obtain a positive relationship on any kind of leadership they will put into practice;
Keywords: Leadership training, perception, democratic style, Catholic, school leaders
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021
Pages: 504 - 508
How to Cite this Article?
Loida M. Medrano, "Perception of Teachers on the Leadership Style of Public Secondary School Heads in Sta. Cruz, Zambales", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR21208064915, Volume 10 Issue 2, February 2021, 504 - 508
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