ANTECEDENTS OF QUALITY EDUCATIONAL SERVICES AND SCHOOL PERFORMANCE OF INTEGRATED NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE DIVISION OF LAGUNA


Dr. Gina E. Viriǹa
Teacher III, Laguna State Polytechnic University
Abstract
The objective of the study was to find out the quality educational services and school performance of integrated schools in the Division of Laguna, wehere in the administrators, teachers work collaboratively to have quality in educational services for the benefit of students involved in maintaining organizational routines and stability cited by ( Dela Cruz,2008). Methodology The study used descriptive design through questionnaire and collecting the secondary data from forty four (44) Integrated School in the Division of Laguna, thirty eight (38) school heads and three twenty five (325) teachers. Result The study found out that there is no significant relationship established and among antecedents of educational quality services with respect to school context, teachers competency and classroom atmosphere and school improvement plan in terms of access, efficiency and quality as to students NAT performance, students achievements, administrative performance rating and teacher performance rating of integrated public schools in the Division of Laguna, therefore the null hypothesis is partially accepted. Research limitations/ implications The generality of findings may be limited. The study is limited by lack of resources and only for the Integrated School in the Division of Laguna, so the researcher were not able to conclude that the same result will be given with other school Originality/ Value The research proved that the quality educational services and school performance showed to thier School Improvement Plan (SIP) the value of research heuristic.
Keywords: Quality, Educational Services, School Improvement Plan, access, efficiency, quality and Integrated Schools
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-08-12

Vol : 7
Issue : 8
Month : August
Year : 2021
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