Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 4(10), pp. 2435 - 2450
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2016.041024
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Teachers' Perceptions on Senior High School Readiness of Higher Education Institutions in the Philippines


Imee C. Acosta 1,*, Alexander S. Acosta 2
1 Department of Fashion & Graphic Design, Technological University of the Philippines, Philippines
2 Department of Administration, Technological University of the Philippine, Philippines

ABSTRACT

The focused of this study is on the readiness of higher education institutions in the Philippines to the implementation of the Senior High School program of the new K-12 curriculum. Data were collected through a survey questionnaire. The findings reveal five predisposing factors, namely: eligibility, staffing guidelines, course streamlining, workforce surplus management, and alternative programs to be determinants of senior high school readiness among college teachers and higher education institutions that will ensure sustainability and the promotion and protection of the welfare of the affected faculty and other employees in the higher education sector.

KEYWORDS
K-12, Preparedness, Eligibility, Higher Education Institutions, Staffing Guidelines, Course Streamlining, Workforce Surplus Management

Cite this paper
Imee C. Acosta , Alexander S. Acosta . "Teachers' Perceptions on Senior High School Readiness of Higher Education Institutions in the Philippines." Universal Journal of Educational Research 4.10 (2016) 2435 - 2450. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2016.041024.