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International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) | Volume V, Issue X, October 2021 | ISSN 2454–6186

School Climate and the Work Attitude of Senior High School Teachers of Panabo City Division

Kathrina T. Tana1, Dr. Ronald S. Decano2
1Graduate Student, Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management, Davao del Norte State College, Philippines
2Dean, Institute of Advanced Studies, Davao del Norte State College, Philippines

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Abstract- The study was conducted to determine the relationship between School Climate and Work Attitude of Senior High School teachers in Panabo City Division. It sought to identify the level of perceptions of Teachers towards School Climate and work attitudes. It also investigated significant difference on respondents in terms of their perception towards School climate and work attitude when analyzed according to Gender, Strand, and Length of Service. A descriptive-correlational research design was used in this study. SHS teachers were detailed as respondents. Based on findings, it was reported that teachers rated the school climate and work attitude as High. In terms of Gender, Strand, and Length of Service, the results reveal that there is no significant variation in teachers’ perceptions of school atmosphere and work attitude. In addition, there is a strong link between school atmosphere and job attitude. In terms of school atmosphere and work attitude, senior high school teachers get a high ranking. There is no discernible difference in how SHS instructors feel about school atmosphere and work attitude. It was shown that there is a substantial link between school environment and instructors’ work attitudes. In the light of the findings and conclusions, it is recommended that DepEd officials spearhead orientation-trainings to teachers. School administrators will be guided on the plans to be integrated in the curriculum. They may create strategies containing guidelines so that both teachers and administrators will be guided on properly sailing within the new curriculum.

Keywords- school climate, work attitude, senior high school

I. INTRODUCTION

The initial implementation of the new curriculum has raised some social concerns. In a paper written by Burila (2012) in Crisol et al., (2014), he cited some community concerns in the implementation of the K12 program, like the readiness of the Philippine Government to undergo transitions. In this sense, our schools, especially the teachers, are facing new challenges in terms of the school condition and their work attitude brought about by this new paradigm shift in the landscape of the education system. The school is considered the second home for both students and teachers. Thus, it should be made comfortable, pleasant and safe since it is the extension of home.