Ancillary Services in Relation to Teaching Efficiency among Public School Teachers in Candijay District, Bohol




Ancillary Services, Teaching Efficiency, Descriptive survey, Chi-square test, Pearson Product-moment correlation, ANOVA, Philippines


Ancillary services are additional tasks performed by teachers to support the instructional framework and school operations. Teaching efficiency refers to the ability of the teacher to achieve desired learning outcomes while making the best use of available resources and time. The study aimed to assess the teachers’ extent of ancillary services about teaching efficiency among public elementary school teachers of Candijay District, Bohol, using descriptive and correlational quantitative designs to gather data from a complete enumeration of 162 public elementary school teachers in the said district. The chi-square test, Pearson product-moment correlation, and ANOVA were used in formulating the hypothesis. The study found that the extent of perceived ancillary services among elementary teachers in Candijay District was moderately evident, and their teaching efficiency was highly efficient. Age, sex, civil status, position, and years of experience did not significantly affect the extent of ancillary services, except for the highest educational attainment. Similarly, the teacher’s profile did not significantly affect teaching efficiency, However, there was a significant correlation between the extent of ancillary services and teaching efficiency. The study also identified significant variations among the six dimensions of teachers’ extent of ancillary services and the seven dimensions of teaching efficiency. These results could be useful for creating policies and programs to enhance the quality of education in Candijay District, Bohol.


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