“Commitment-Driven Performance by our Leaders, Character-Based Instruction for our Learners“

“Commitment-Driven Performance by our Leaders, Character-Based Instruction for our Learners“

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59 1.17 100 2 3 .24 1 Private Technical TOTAL 18 2 170 10.KIND OF SCHOOL Public F 150 PERCENTAGE RANK 88.

TYPE OF ANSWER YES NO TOTAL F 150 20 170 PERCENTAGE RAN K 88.24 11.76 100 1 2 .

77 7.53 RANK 1 2 INVESTIGATIVE ENTERPRISING REALISTIC CONVENTIONAL 28 20 20 12 16.CAREER THEMES ARTISTIC SOCIAL F 50 40 PERCENTAGE 29.41 23.77 11.06 3 4 4 5 TOTAL 170 100 .47 11.

PREFERENCES Strongly Agree (SA) Agree (A) Uncertain (U) Disagree (DA) Strongly Disagree TOTAL F 59 50 30 20 11 170 PERCENTAGE 34.47 100 RANK 1 2 3 4 5 .77 6.65 11.71 29.41 17.

82 40.59 30 2.94 RANK 3 4 1 2 5 TOTAL 170 100 .PREFERENCES Just Fine Happy & Satisfied Unhappy & Goal Oriented Hurting with Understanding Uncertain F 30 15 69 51 5 PERCENTAGE 17.65 8.

18 11.82 4 65 170 38.PREFERENCES Attend Senior High School Seek out a Job F 70 20 PERCENTAGE 41.24 100 2 .76 RANK 1 3 Find opportunities that will match my Jr HS Diploma Work and study TOTAL 15 8.

12 3.KIND OF SCHOOL Public Private Technical TOTAL F 140 24 6 170 PERCENTAGE RAN K 82.53 100 2 3 .35 1 14.

76 29.Percent Intervals of Know-how 95-100% 76-90% 50-75% 50% & below TOTAL F PERCENTAGE RANK 20 50 80 20 170 11.76 100 3 2 1 3 .41 47.06 11.

35 23.53 11.76 8.82 22.77 11.76 100 RANK 3 4 5 2 1 4 .CAREER THEMES ARTISTIC SOCIAL INVESTIGATIVE ENTERPRISING REALISTIC CONVENTIONAL TOTAL F 37 20 15 38 40 20 170 PERCENTAGE 21.

53 100 RAN K 2 1 4 3 .71 35.STRATEGIES Applied Incentives Applied different techniques & strategies Accommodating & warm Applied guidance TOTAL F 42 60 28 40 170 PERCENTA GE 24.47 23.29 16.

35 100 3 4 .47 RANK 1 2 5 4 170 2.94 2.FEEDBACK ENTRY Favor to graduate on Senior High School Favor to graduate on Junior High School Somehow favor to graduate on Junior & Senior High School No comment TOTAL F 150 11 PERCENTA GE 88.24 6.

59 3.PREFERENCES Happy and Satisfied Unhappy and Discontented Somehow Happy and Somehow Satisfied Just right TOTAL F 86 6 37 41 170 PERCENTAGE RANK 50.76 24.12 100 1 4 3 2 .53 21.

24 100 3 2 4 .29 32.12 1 NO MAYBE WILL SEE TOTAL 26 55 14 170 15.PREFERENCES YES F 75 PERCENTAGE RANK 44.35 8.

PREFERENCES Academic Specialization Technical .59 11.65 30.76 100 RANK 1 2 3 .Vocational Specialization Sports/Arts Specialization TOTAL F 98 52 20 170 PERCENTAGE 57.

82 17.65 RANK 2 SOCIAL INVESTIGATIVE ENTERPRISING REALISTIC CONVENTIONAL TOTAL 59 15 29 0 20 170 34.76 100 1 5 3 6 4 .06 0 11.CAREER THEME COURSES ARTISTIC F 47 PERCENTAGE 27.71 8.

PREFERENCES Had enough time to study at home and in the school No enough time to study at home and in the school Sometimes had enough time to and sometimes no enough time to study at home and in the school TOTAL F 129 PERCENTAGE 75.88 RANK 1 24 14.12 3 17 10 2 170 100 .

88 RANK 1 24 14.12 3 17 10 2 170 100 .Ways of Parents in Parenting Children on their Studies PREFERENCES Had enough time to study at home and in the school No enough time to study at home and in the school Sometimes had enough time to and sometimes no enough time to study at home and in the school TOTAL F 129 PERCENTAGE 75.

53 37.06 RAN K 2 1 50 29.Goal of Parents towards the Schooling of their Children Goals/Aims F To be able to have a good job To be able to have a brighter future To be able to improve the condition of life of the family and help others 57 63 PERCENTA GE 33.41 3 TOTAL 170 100 .

” .” “75 out of 170 parents or 44.24% wanted their students to finish/graduate senior high school under the K to 12 Curriculum.12% preferred their children to pursue their tertiary education.12% preferred to continue their school after their secondary education” “150 out of 170 teachers or 88.“109 out 170 students or 64.

“50 out of 170 students or 29.41% pick out careers under Artistic even not knowing what the junior and senior high school can do with these student preferences” “20 out of 170 teachers or 11. education.71% wanted their children to enroll on the Social careers (community service. religious activities) not knowing also what the junior and senior high school will something to .” “59 out of 170 parents or 34. medical service.76% have a 95-100% breathe and depth know-how on junior and senior high school which are also similar to the 50% and below.

12 rated their happiness and satisfaction to their profession just right.6 out of 170 teachers or 3. Differently from this are the 37 out of 170 teachers or 21.” .53% conveyed about their unhappiness and discontentment towards their profession.76 see themselves somehow happy and somehow satisfied where 41 out of 170 teachers or 24.

No parents opt to choose the uninvolved parenting style. As to the permissive style of parenting.71% applied this style.47% are used at this style. 28 out of 170 parents or 16.” .“The authoritarian parenting style was 42 out of 170 parents or 24.

06% settled on careers under Conventional. 12 out of 170 students or 7.“50 out of 170 students or 29.47% go for careers under Investigative.53% decide on careers under Social.77% opt for careers under Enterprising. 20 out of 170 students or 11. 28 out of 170 students or 16.” .41% pick out careers under Artistic as followed by 40 out of 170 students or 23. 20 out of 170 students or 11.77% selected careers under Realistic.

medical science). religious activities).“38 out of 170 teachers or 22. and Social (community service. finally the remaining 15 out 170 teachers or 8. education. sales) careers. carpentry.82% go for the investigative careers. As to the assessment of teachers on student career preferences are based on their presumptions as their justification varies differently. nature/outdoors. Artistic (writing. mechanical. it simply point out that most students preferred to go through Realistic (mechanical/fixing. and outdoor careers which respectively 20 out of 170 teachers or 11. food service). 2 groups consist of 20 teachers each preferred the Conventional (office practices. then followed by the 37 out of 170 teachers or 21. clerical/clerking. performing/entertaining) and Enterprising (public speaking.35% assume students wanted enterprising careers. On the other hand. animal service). conventional. athletics/sports. then the least preferred courses related by the teachers was the Investigative careers (mathematics. management/supervision. law/politics. creative arts.76% go for this careers. manual/skilled trades. scientific research/development. electronics. next are the social. protective service.” .77% pick out artistic careers. medical service.

clerical/clerking.82% desired these for their children to enroll. law/politics.71% wanted their children to enroll on the Social careers (community service. carpentry. food service) 20 out of 170 parents or 11. manual/skilled trades.” . In the field of Investigative careers (mathematics. animal service) no parents wanted their children to pursue such kind of courses. education. protective service. medical service. management/supervision. creative arts. athletics/sports. scientific research/development. But to the Realistic careers (mechanical/fixing. As to the Artistic careers (writing.“59 out of 170 parents or 34. In the Enterprising careers (public speaking.76% choses these for their children to enroll. To the Conventional careers (office practices. electronics. performing/entertaining) 47 out of 170 parents or 27.06 like this better for their children. sales) 29 out of 170 parents or 17. religious activities).65% wanted this for their children to enroll. medical science) 15 out of 170 parents or 8. nature/outdoors.

teachers. . and parents about K to 12 Curriculum particularly to the Junior and Senior High School issue. It would be better that the Department of Education should have an in-depth training & workshop for students.  It would be better also for the Department of Education or the National Government to address solutions for the discontentment and unhappiness of teacher towards their profession due to low compensation that somehow affects the delivery of service teaching quality education.

 It would be better for students and parents to undergo counseling to on self and career assessment that will guide both of them as to appropriate course the parent may support and the student to take in order to augment the mismatch problem of our graduates. It would be good for the parents to be really serious to invest time to supervise their children towards their studies and apply parenting style that would benefit both parties as you employ the “win-win” system process in order for them to perform well in their schooling. .

 Parents and students should take into account this question “what work will employ them after their graduation not what course they want after graduation” which will guarantee a great chance of employment after graduation. .  This action research can be used for further research studies.

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