The Transfer of Public Secondary School Teachers in the National Capital Region (NCR): An Analysis

Rodalin Nalzaro Asenas


This study aimed to determine how the various stakeholders’ practices and factors on the transfer process from one division to another or from one station to another in the public secondary schools of NCR, including those who came from other region were compared and analyzed. This study is a descriptive research design utilizing questionnaires and documentary analysis. Descriptive statistics using mean, standard deviation, frequency counts for date on, average and percentage distribution, and descriptive ratings based on 5 - point scale computed to arrive in a quantified responses, Total Weighted Score (TWS), Average Weighted Score (AWS) and average of TWS and AWS were utilized. Analysis of variance of mean scores and the Post Hoc Tests of multiple comparisons by Games-Howell were employed. Through the aforementioned statistical treatment this result was drawn: “There are significant differences exist in the perceptions of the respondents on the factors that influenced the transfer of teachers except on special talent/qualification and skills of teacher transferee(s), inability of the teacher to relate effectively with the members of the educational community and petition of school PTCA.” Therefore, specific policies should be proposed in order to improve the practices for the welfare of the teacher.

Keywords: transfer process, polices, practices, public secondary school teachers

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