The Quality of the Principal's Leadership to Performance of Junior High School Teachers in Mangarai Nusa Tenggara Timur
This research was conducted in Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara. This research is interesting to do because there may be differences caused by conditions in the provision of education in East Nusa Tenggara. This study will analyze the factors that affect teacher performance. By analyzing the factors that affect teacher performance, it will be known which factors have the largest and smallest contributions to teacher performance. Furthermore, the steps for teacher professional development will be determined. This study analyzes the performance of teachers in junior high schools (JHS or SMP) in Manggarai, East Nusa Tenggara, especially in Belu and Manggarai districts, which are influenced by academic supervision, managerial competence, and leadership style. Hypothesis testing produces a regression equation with three independent variables. The resulting regression equation was tested for significance with the F test. The significance test result for the regression line equation was significant. This means that the resulting regression equation: Y = Y = -9.054 + 0.244X1 + 0.413X2 + 0.658X3 indicate that among the three independent variables that affect teacher performance, namely academic supervision, managerial competence, and leadership style. Academic supervision provides the greatest contribution to teacher performance. This is indicated by the relative contribution and the effective contribution given to the teacher's performance, indicating that the academic supervision variable makes the largest contribution. This research is the basis for recommendations in conducting professional development for teachers. That in order to develop the teacher's profession, namely to improve teacher performance, it must further improve academic supervision.
Keywords: Teacher performance, academic supervision, leadership style, managerial competence