This study was undertaken to identify the
school related situations that affect the management of
specific institutional heads in a private educational
institution and a state university or government school in
Manila as perceived by themselves.
The quantitative method of research is employed .
This method answered the questions raised to specify the
factors that affect the effective management skills of
administrators or institutional heads.
Conclusion was drawn. The government and private
institution administrators were predominantly women
dominated, manifest concern to those they are expected to
work with, since they know their responsibilities, aware of
their academic and administrative as well as interactive
function as tasks, and majority of them have had more
than five years of teaching experience, aware of
administratively monitoring densely populated institutions
and extended their time whenever necessary.
It is recommended that every administrator,
regardless of the amount of satisfaction they obtained as
head, will have dissatisfying effects in the job, mental
health strategies should be developed to deal with
problems and dissatisfaction that may arise in the job.
Evaluating what problems affect their job performance
and what can be done to improve the situation are good
strategies to their problems as administrators.
Keywords : Government and Private School Administrators, School Related Situations, Effective Management Skills, Job Performance.