Preferred Future of Filipino School Leadership

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  • Inero Ancho Philippine Normal University

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school leadership, leadership traits, Filipino leadership

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         This research is based on the respondentsperceptions on the preferred future of Filipino School Leadership. Utilizing OECDs Improving School Leadership Module, graduate students of a teacher education institution in Manila were surveyed on their ideas on the characteristics of school leadership as they would like it to be. This study rests on the main problem: “What is the preferred future of Filipino school leadership?Three policy levels     (Re-defining School Leadership Responsibilities, Developing Skills for Effective Leadership, and Making School Leadership an Attractive Profession) from the module were used in this study which hare assumed to have a link on student achievement. Identifying a brand new kind of school leadership contributes to sustainability and development efforts along with the following epitomic image of a Filipino school leader: mentor of mentors, decision-maker and strategist, innovative empiricist, stand-alone leader but open-minded learner, team recruiter, leader and learner, and made, not born.

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