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Administration of Teaching Personnel

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by Mae Santos on 1 February 2013

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Transcript of Administration of Teaching Personnel

Who are they? By Cristina Santos
ADMINISTRATION OF TEACHING PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OF TEACHING PERSONNEL Teaching personnel – those person employed in an official capacity for the purpose of giving instructions, whether private or public.
SELECTION OF TEACHING FORCE
Commonwealth Act No. 177
place the public school teachers under civil service. Selection of elementary school teachers is based on the provisions of the B.P.S. Circular No. 9 s. 1950, which state that beginning July , 1950, new vacancies in elementary teaching positions shall be filled by applicants who qualify in pbet. Appointment of the teaching personnelSection 3 of act 74, as amended, empowered the Secretary of Education to appoint all public school teaching personnel with the exception of those whose appointments are vested in the President of the Republic of the Philippines.
All vacancies in the National (insular and provincial) positions in the Bureau of Public Schools, now the Bureau of Elementary Education are filled by the Secretary of Education, upon the recommendation of the Director of Public Schools, either by original appointment from the list of eligibles furnished by the Commissioner of the Civil Service, or by one of the following methods: Based on Civil Service Rules and Regulations,
public school teachers are appointed
under the following category: 1. Regular teachers
2. Temporary teachers
3. Emergency teachers
4. Substitute teachers Criteria for ranking teachers: Tenure of Public and Private School Teachers Tenure – refers to the manner in, or the period for which anything is had and enjoyed. In teaching profession, it indicates the means whereby, or the duration for which a teacher holds a position Teaching personnel covers the following:
1. School administrators
2. Supervisors
3. Classroom Teachers
4. School Librarians
a. Appointment of a temporary employee

b. Reinstatement of a former employee

c. Promotion from a lower position

d. Transfer from another position
in the Philippine Civil Service. Teaching Personnel in
Private Colleges and Universities: a. Professor
b. Associate professor
c. Assistant professor
d. Instructor a. Training – Doctor's degree, preferredMaster's degree, minimum

b. Experience – Ten or more years' experienced related to teaching or education; or eminence in a profession of a highly specialized nature

c. efficiency – Evident of successful work in positions held, past and present

d. Productive scholarship – Research and publication

e. Character and personality 1. Professor a. Training – Doctor's degree, preferredMaster's degree, minimum

b.Experience – Five to ten years' experience related to teaching or education; or eminence in a profession of a highly specialized nature

c. Efficiency – Evidence of successful work in positions held, past and present

d. Productive scholarship – Research and publication

e. Character and personality 2. Associate Professor a. Training – Master's degree, minimum

b. Experience – three to five years' experience related to educational work

c. Efficiency – Evidence of successful work in positions held, past and present

d. Research and publications

e. Character and personality

3. Assistant Professor a. Training – Master's degree, preferredBachelor's degree, minimum

b. Experience – One to three years' experience related to educational work

c. Efficiency - evidence of successful work in positions held past and present

d.Research and publicationse. Character and personality 4. Instructor Instructors are classified in two categories: 1. Full – time Instructors – instructors or professors who teach a load of 15 hours or more. Twenty-four teaching hours per week is the maximum load

2. Part – time Instructors – instructors or professors who teach a load less than 15 hours per week According to Monroe “tenure is that kind of teacher-employment by which a teacher remains in a particular school system from year to year under the protection of the legislation which requires notices, charges and hearing before dismissal" Commonwealth Act No.177 Section 4 of Article XII of the Constitution

No officer or employee in the Civil Service shall be removed or suspended except for cause is provided by law.

The tenure of public or private school teachers are govern by Republic Act No. 1792 which amended republic act no. 1161 known as Social Security Act No, 1954. Rating of the Teaching Personnel All the public school teachers, supervisors, and administrators on regular status are rated annually, and those temporary basis are rated twice a year. Promotion
Transfer Retirement
Insurance System
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