Administrative Support and Job Satisfaction of Private School Teachers

Authors

  • George P. Compasivo , Bernadette C. Falcunaya

Abstract

The educational system today is anchored with serious challenges. The administration,
together with the teachers, has a focal factor on the constant changes happening in the
educational setting. To address the needs of the teachers to grow personally and professionally,
administrative support is one of the vital factors that have given emphasizes. The purpose of the
study was to assess the administrative support and job satisfaction of private school elementary
teachers in Tanauan City, Batangas, Philippines.This also identified the significant relationship
of administrative support to the job satisfaction of teachers that serve as basis for administrative
support scheme for elementary private school teachers.
The study used the descriptive-correlational method of research which involved 133
elementary school teachers from the private elementary schools in Tanauan City, Batangas and
researcher-made questionnaire was used to gather the necessary data. The answers were tallied,
tabulated and analyzed through the use of statistical tools such as Mean, Pearson’ r and T-test.
The findings of the study asserted that school administrators were providing the
allowances for registration, transportation, lodging and meals when the teacher attends seminars,
trainings and conferences, were facilitating improvements of the classroom instructional
practices and were promoting harmonious relationship among the teachers. The study also
revealed that school administrators were providing budget for advancement of academic
qualification, were giving constructive feedback after the classroom observation and recognition

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

George P. Compasivo , Bernadette C. Falcunaya. (2020). Administrative Support and Job Satisfaction of Private School Teachers. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8711 - 8728. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2278