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CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Education plays a central role in national life and in all sectors of the economy. It produces the teachers at all levels, the bureaucrats of all positions, the professional in various services and the executives and technical workers in industry. Definitely, the quality of education depends on the performance of the teachers, teaching materials, educational planning, and committed educational administrators to produce quality graduates. Generally, educational institution is composed of school, teachers, curriculum, and the students. Each aspect is working side by side to support the other aspects accurately. School plays a significant role in the educative process. It is considered as…show more content…
This paved the way to the development and adoption of Common Criteria for Evaluation (CCE) across programs and disciplines which aims to rationalize academic ranks and salaries. Furthermore, the Position Classification and Compensation Scheme for Faculty Positions (PCCSFP) covers all teaching positions involved in instruction, research, and extension activities in all SUCs, CHED-Supervised HEIs and TESDA Supervised TEIs. In general, these strategic directions of the institutions influence the level of concentration on each task to be given by faculty members. It is undeniable that faculty discretion is exercised within the three functions, but the questions of compliance and productivity become the heart and soul in understanding the academic profession in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). It is the goal of the Rizal Technological University to strengthen its academic performance. Achieving this goal requires allocation of sufficient faculty time and effort to prepare for effective teaching to engage in scholarly productivity. While colleges and universities have policies concerning teaching loads, in the vast majority of cases, these teaching loads for the regular full-time faculty members (30 hours of work load a week) are 18 units a week. Faculty members with
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