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EVALUATION OF THE OPEN HIGH SCHOOL Click to edit Master subtitle style PROGRAM (OHSP) OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

(DEPED)

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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

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One of the major problems concerning the Philippine education today is the rapid increase of dropout rate. It is alarming that of the 100 students who would start out in Grade 1, only 66 of them would complete their elementary education. Fifty-eight of these students would enroll in First Year but only 43 would complete their

To

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make the dream a reality, the Open High School Program (OHSP) was introduced. It is one of the alternative schemes under the DropOut Reduction Program (DORP) of the DepED funded by the Asian Development Bank. The OHSP was first started in 1998 and is now offered by an increasing number of public schools across the country.

The

primary goal of the program is to give access to secondary education. If you can give access to all those of high school age, your participation rates will go up, Prudence Sanoy, coordinator of the OHSP said.

OHSP program is considered formal and structured. Students learn the eight core subjects in 5/1/12

The

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM


This study will evaluate the OHSP as a strategic component of the DORP implemented by the Department of Education. Specifically, it will following questions:
What

answer

the

is the extent of performance of the students under the OHSP, in terms of oral and written 5/1/12 examination, and projects/outputs

What

teaching methodologies or approaches used by the teachers in teaching the OHSP students? effective is the OHSP as an intervention of the DORP in reducing the dropout rate?

How

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SCOPE AND DELIMITATION OF THE STUDY


This

study will only cover the Open High School Program of Pallas Integrated School and Isic-isic National High School of Vintar for the school year 2011-2012. outcome of this study will be limited only from the primary data gathered from the results of questionnaire survey and interview

The

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SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY


study will be a significant endeavor in promoting the importance of education among students. It will be beneficial to DepEd future leaders as one way of achieving the Education for All (EFA) goal of making every Filipino functionally literate by 2015. By understanding the needs of the 5/1/12
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Moreover,

this study will serve as a guide for other researchers to have clear understanding of the Open High School Program (OHSP). And finally, the results of this study will also contribute to the researchers professional growth as an educator.

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CHAPTER II: THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK


REVIEW

OF RELATED LITERATURE

Why are there Early-School Leavers? Who are the Early-School Leavers? The Nature of Open High School Program
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Goal and Objectives

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
OPEN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM LEARNERS PERFORMA NCE TEACHING METHOD DECREASE DROPOUT RATE INCREASE LITERACY LEVEL

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CHAPTER III: METHODOLOGY


Research

Design and Instrument

This study will employ single participant design which seeks to evaluate the Open High School Program.The researcher will be preparing questionnaire and a set of guide questions for the interview 5/1/12

Population and Sampling Procedure


From the OHSP students, teachers and school heads of Pallas Integrated School and Isic-isic National High School will be chosen to be the respondents in each school. Non random sampling method will be used in this research.
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Data Gathering Procedure

Close coordination with the school heads, teachers and students of the OHSP through a letter will be done to ensure protocol and gather information about the program.

Interviews will be done individually and personally by the researcher. The respondents will be asked also to complete the survey questionnaire for additional 5/1/12

Statistical Treatment of Data


Descriptive statistic such as mean will be employed to describe the performance of the students, and the level of implementation of the program and effectiveness in reducing the dropout rate.
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