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The Academic Functions of English, Science and Mathematics Coordinators and its Relations to Teachers’ Performance: A Basis for an Enhancement Program

Cyril E. Sales


This study was intended to analyze the academic functions of English, Science and Mathematics
(ENSCIMA) coordinators. This study assessed a framework as to coordination, communication,
planning and assessment. Questionnaires were administered to ENSCIMA coordinators and teachers, and Performance Appraisal System for Teachers (PAST) data for teachers’ performance was also collected for analysis. Ratings were analyzed in relation to assessments of respondents on academic functions of ENSCIMA coordinators. Academic functions of ENSCIMA coordinators in terms of coordination, communication, planning and assessment are very satisfactory; there was significant difference between the assessments of two groups of respondents on performance of ENSCIMA coordinators in terms of Coordination, Planning and Assessment, but no significant difference in Communication; all ENSCIMA teachers were very satisfactory on their performance; and there is significant relationship between assessed academics functions of ENSCIMA coordinators and teachers’ performance.

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