Professional Growth and Development of Private Secondary School Administrators and Teachers of the Three Cities of Batangas Province

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Clint A. Sanohan

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The problem lies within the individual’s desire to improve oneself morally, socially, intellectually and professionally. With all these aspects on hand as prominent keys to every possible success of a person, it will also equally serve as shield to life’s challenges and obstacles. It is, therefore, the primary objective of the school to make sure these people working within the system be highly capable and qualified to do the job required of them and elicit exceeding traits to acquire success within their own fields of education. It is this prominent concept that the researcher observes the deficiency and sometimes even the lack of teacher and school administrator enhancements that are, most of the times, neglected to attain the goals and objectives of the institution.

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Sanohan, C. (2018). Professional Growth and Development of Private Secondary School Administrators and Teachers of the Three Cities of Batangas Province. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 6(7), 63-79. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.Vol6.Iss7.1103
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