The Influence of School Climate and Leadership Style of Principals on the Performance of Public Elementary Teachers During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Keywords:Leadership Style, Pandemic, Philippines, School Climate, Teacher Performance
This study assessed the influence of school climate and the leadership style of the principals on the performance of public elementary school teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic. A descriptive correlation design was utilized in the study. A regression analysis was also employed in the study. The survey utilized an adapted questionnaire to measure the influence of school climate and the principals’ leadership style on the performance of public elementary school teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic. A questionnaire was distributed to 306 public elementary school teachers via an online survey using google Forms. The data were treated using the mean, person r, and regression. The findings are as follows: the level of school climate, the leadership style of principals, and teachers performance of public elementary teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic is high. During the COVID-19 pandemic, school climate and principal leadership style significantly influence the performance of public elementary school teachers. Between the two schools, the school climate best influence teacher performance.
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