Stakeholder’s Involvement to School-Initiated Activities of District I Secondary Schools: Basis for Enhanced Community Partnership Program of Activities


Authors : PAULINA DE TORRES

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 2 - February

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Schools help learners acquire skills in socialization, communication, and development of their academic ability. Equally, schools are venues that deliver a place for parents and other stakeholders to get involved in the teaching-learning processes and other educational reforms of the Department of Education (DepEd). However, the development of quality education is not a monopoly of the school. Hand-in-hand with the school are people who complement and supplement each other in achieving the desired educational goals for the learners. Hence, school personnel and other school partners must be attentive to the learners’ welfare and performance in school. They have the responsibility to be involved and be sensitive enough to the learners’ problems and or development in school. With their aid in the learners’ education, positive cooperation and communication between the school and them will foster the leaners’ progress and better academic performance will be attained. With the given scenario, the researcher having been involved in the educational system as school head, would like to determine stakeholders’ involvement as related to context variables. For that purpose, the relationship between stakeholders’ involvement and pupils’ academic performance was examined. With these pronouncements, a deeper understanding of stakeholders’ involvement to the academic performance of the learners of Paharang Integrated School is necessary. The results could provide specific participation which can be associated with schoolinitiated activities. The researcher strongly believes that a strong partnership between stakeholders and school is one powerful factor for the success of DepEd’s educational reforms and school-initiated activities.  Research Questions This study aimed to determine the level of stakeholder’s involvement to school-initiated activities in District I Secondary Schools with the end view of proposing strategies to increase stakeholders’ engagement. Specifically, this covered profile of respondents as to household and community; school and stakeholders’ assessment as to their involvement to school-initiated activities on regard to leadership and governance, learners’ achievement; and implementation of school’s programs and reforms. Likewise, this also looked into the issues and challenges met by the school on regard to stakeholder’s involvement to schoolinitiated activities.  Scope of Action Research The descriptive research design was utilized in this study in finding out the stakeholders’ involvement in the school-initiated activities of Paharang Integrated School and Talumpok Integrated School. As explained by Fraenkel (2010), descriptive method is a process of gathering, analysing, classifying, and tabulating data about a prevailing phenomenon, practices, beliefs, processes, trends, cause and effect relationship and then making adequate interpretation of the data collected with or without the aid of statistical method. This involves data gathering about existing conditions supported with descriptive analysis of gathered information from the said survey. Also, the design ensured to answer the questions raised since it followed a certain process of collecting and obtaining the necessary and accurate information needed in making this paper. Specifically, the information used in the study came from the perceptions and insight of the respondents through a researcher-conducted survey with the use of a designed questionnaire.

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