Academy of Educational Leadership Journal (Print ISSN: 1095-6328; Online ISSN: 1528-2643)


Assessing The Relevance and Adequacy of the Performance Indicators to the School Strategic Goals and Evaluation Report in A K-12 School

Author(s): Rommel Pelayo, Cleofi-Krista P. Capili, Ed Paolo B. Aguinaldo

This study assessed the relevance and adequacy of the performance indicators to the strategic goals and evaluation report of one private school in Sharjah, UAE. It employs one case study framed after the PDSA model. Coding was used as a technique to content analyze texts from the school's BSC and further supported by a review of the minutes of the meeting and interview of the selected school leaders who have a hand in the performance monitoring. Research revealed that the performance indicators mapped out in the BSC are relevant, however, there are missing indicators for some educational factors identified in the school evaluation report. These are SOD learning achievement, lesson delivery, and planning, participation of the governing body, and performance monitoring by the school subject leaders. When these factors are not monitored, it will affect learning equity, internal locus of control, strategic leadership, and accountability. School leaders need to supply these factors with relevant indicators, make the entire community aware of the performance measures and allow other school leaders to create their unique indicators being monitored regularly to support the organization's success

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