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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.6, No. 9)

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Page : 260-268

Keywords : Management education manager status performance and policy implementation.;

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In this age of change and innovations, the educational system of any society is in need of school managers who are not only efficient and effective, but also capable of designing and maintaining an environment conducive to the performance of individuals who are working together in groups towards the accomplishment of some pre-selected objectives (Koontz, cited by Lorenzana, 2011). This is the challenge that every education managers of today faces. Most of the failures in any organization are attributed to ineffective leadership. It is also true in government agencies. Ironically, the need for managerial talent is more pressing to nation that are facing difficulties in economic development for most of ? the chief problem is not the lack of knowledge about but how best to employ it?(Talingdan, 2010). One authority once said, ?If any single factor in the key for unlocking the force of economic growth in the underdeveloped areas of the world, the factor is management? (Robock, 2011). The recent policies for higher education, as well as the rapid technological and social changes, have placed new responsibilities on colleges and universities. This necessitates a serious look into the management aspect of academic institution so that they could fully contribute to the development of the society. This study aimed to assess the policy implementation of the State Colleges and Universities in Region IV-A CALABARZON, Philippines in terms of instruction, faculty, facilities, research, and community extension. The status performance as to enrolment, attrition, graduation and board examination rate was also identified. The writer holds the responsibility and willingness to show her findings in the effectiveness on policy implementation and status performance of the education managers in the area of management, supervision, faculty and human relations practices. It also hoped that the study may help to bring about the best quality education that each SUC aspire to provide to the people in Region IV-A CALABARZON, Philippines. A model of best leadership practices for SUC?s was developed based on the findings of this study.

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