Raquel G. Famorca, April 2014, “COMPLEMENTARY ROLES OF PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN BAGABAG I DISTRICT: THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO SCHOOL PERFORMANCE”. Graduate School, Nueva Vizcaya State University, Bambang Campus, Bambang, Nueva Vizcaya
Adviser: JUAN V. FONTANILLA, JR., Ed.D
This study is primarily designed to determine the correlation of the complementary role of the PTA with the performance of public elementary schools in Bagabag I District for the School Year 2012-2013.
Specifically, it sought answers to the following questions:
1. What is the level of performance of the elementary schools in Bagabag District in terms of:
2.3 retention rate;
2.4 repetition rate;
2.5 cohort survival rate;
2.6 drop-out rate;
2.7 graduation rate; and
2.8 NAT results?
2. How do the respondents assess the ...view middle of the document...
The data gathered were scored, tallied and tabulated, and were statistically treated employing frequency mean, Standard Deviation, correlation procedures and coefficient of determination.
Based on the foregoing significant results of this study, the following conclusions are drawn:
1. The total enrolment of Bagabag I during the SY 2012-2013 in Bagabag I District is good for one section while the MOOE of the same schools are already funded by the National Government.
The levels of performance on the following are as follows: retention rate – Very High; repetition rate – Very Low; cohort survival rate – High; drop-out rate – Very Low; and graduation rate – Very High.
2. The complementary role of the PTAs operating in the District is Excellent.
3. There is a significant but low correlation between school performance and the complementary roles of the PTAs in the study.
4. A management intervention activity is offered to improve further the school performance variable and enhance further the complementary roles of the PTAs.
Based on the foregoing findings and conclusions, the following are recommended:
1. The proposed Training-Workshop be implemented in the district level to strengthen the complementary role of the PTA and improve the different areas of school performance which well redound to the effectiveness of the PTA and improvement of the school performance.
2. The Department of Education (DepEd) should give recognition to PTAs with excellent complementary roles to further encourage the officers and members to maintain their excellent performance.
3. School-level meetings, PTA conferences and mentoring sessions be done regularly to strengthen the complementary roles of the teachers and parents and to improve NAT results.
4. Future researchers are encouraged to use personal-professional variables and to conduct a similar study on a wider scale like division level to set a better view of the complementary role of the PTA and this study may be replicated and conducted on the division level.