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Research Paper | Education Management | Philippines | Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018
Efficacy of Supreme Student Government in Three Secondary Schools
Harold Locaylocay Arribado
Abstract: The study assessed the efficacy of the Supreme Student Government (SSG) of public secondary schools in Daanbantayan District II for School Year 2018-2019. The specific queries focused on the extent of the efficacy of the SSG, monitoring and evaluation, and student representation; the significant difference in the extent of the efficacy of the SSG of each secondary school in Daanbantayan District II; the problems encountered by the SSG in performing their duties and responsibilities; and the leadership empowerment and developmental programs could be proposed to make the SSG effective. The study used the quantitative approach utilizing the descriptive-comparative method and researcher self-made survey questionnaire, and utilizing the weighted mean and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) in the treatment of data. The data revealed there was a significant difference in terms of planning but not in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and student. The existing problems encountered by the SSG challenge their efficacy in performing their duties and responsibilities, which then would necessitate the implementation of the herein proposed leadership empowerment and development program in the research locale.
Keywords: constitution and by-laws, development programs, efficacy, implementation, leadership empowerment, monitoring and evaluation, planning, supreme student government, student representation
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 12, December 2018,
Pages: 1490 - 1503