Editorial

 Vyhmeister, Shawna

 


Course Outlines and Assessment in Higher Education: An Analysis of AIIAS Course Description Contents 2001-2004 
Perry, Graeme H.

Perception of Faculty Participation in Academy
Governance in the Central Luzon Conference, Philippines 

Bairegee, Robert B. and Gaikwad, Samuel M.


The Performance of Trilogy Functions of Higher
Education of Selected NOCEI-member HEIs in the CALABARZON Provinces  

Nasution, Eric Y.

Writing with Integrity 
Vyhmeister, Shawna L.

Analysis of Some Influences on Literacy as Observed by Facilitators of Literary in Cambodia
Scott, Timothy

 


Asian Universities: HIstorical Perspective and
Contemporary Challenges

Altbach,P. & Umakoshi, T.
Reviewed by Frederick R. Oberholster

TPublic Health: Power, Empowerment and Professional Practice by Glenn Laverack
Laverack, G.
Reviewed by Gina S. Siapco

The Engaging Leader: Wining with Today's
Free Agent Workforce
DGubman, ED. 
Reviewed by Ryan Rey Ybanez

    

Perception of Faculty pArticipation in Academy Governance in the Central Luzon Conference, Philippines


Abstract: This study explores faculty and administrators’ views about faculty participation in school governance. Ten dimensions of teacher participation were considered for this study: goals, vision or mission, facilitating procedures and structures, curriculum and instruction, budgeting, staffing, staff development, operations, standards, and spiritual aspects of school operations. Administrators’ perceptions of the actual level of faculty participation were higher than those of the faculty. The administrators and faculty desired that faculty should be more involved in the decision making procedures than is present practice in the schools. Recommendations include increasing faculty participation in school governance, and in particular, drawing the attention of school administrators and management boards to this need.

Bairegee, Robert B. and Gaikwad, Samuel M.

 


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