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Identifying the Predictors of School Improvement Plan Implementation by School Administrators

Author(s) Mary Joy Masayon Lapa, Aprell Largo Abellana
Country Philippines
Abstract This study aimed to identify the level of managerial capabilities, human resource management, and quality assurance practices of school administrators on the implementation of School Improvement Plan (SIP). The respondents of the study were the 489 public school administrators of Northern Mindanao, Philippines. The data were gathered through survey questionnaires and was treated through descriptive statistics, Pearson product-moment correlation, and stepwise multiple regression analysis.
School administrators exhibit remarkable managerial capabilities, earning high praise for their adept handling of operations, finances, and for fostering a conducive learning environment. Their strong human resource management skills are evident in nurturing collaborative communities, managing staff effectively, and conducting recruitment efficiently. Quality assurance practices are notably well-developed, indicating the school's ability to deliver top-notch education and support. Implementation of the SIP receives glowing reviews, showcasing the administrators' proficiency in enhancing learning environments, community engagement, resource allocation, curriculum, and staff management. Thus, the data highlights the school administrators outstanding performance and excellence across multiple crucial areas.
The correlation analysis revealed significant relationships among managerial capabilities, human resource management, quality assurance practices, to the SIP implementation. Particularly, strong correlations were observed, indicating that schools excelling in one management area tend to perform well in others. Regression analysis highlighted five significant predictors of SIP implementation by administrators: school operation management, teacher and staff performance, leadership, processes, and partnerships/resources. These findings emphasize the significant role of effective management practices, especially in areas like staff performance, quality assurance, and resource allocation, in driving SIP implementation.
Keywords Managerial Capabilities, Human Resource Management, Quality Assurance Practices, School Improvement Plan (SIP), School Administrators
Field Sociology > Education
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-30
Cite This Identifying the Predictors of School Improvement Plan Implementation by School Administrators - Mary Joy Masayon Lapa, Aprell Largo Abellana - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.18902
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