Title

Impact evaluation for industrial human resource development policy

College

Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education

Department/Unit

Educational Leadership and Management

Document Type

Report

Publication Date

3-2014

Abstract

The present study conducted a baseline survey among students in the early implementation of the senior high school as part of the K to 12 basic education in the Philippines. The purpose of the study is to describe the senior high school modeling program in terms of the students’ educational background, employment history, household assets, and access to infrastructure and public services, language spoken, parental background, siblings, schooling details, on-the-job training, transition from high school to work, marriage history, health and anthropometry, and job preference. Students that went through the senior high school and those that did not were compared on their OJT allowance, household assets, access to infrastructure and public services, parents’ educational attainment, health indicators, risk in one’s job, language spoken, siblings, and place of work, scores in the National Achievement Test, and National Career Assessment Examination. The relationship among these factors were also determined. A model was tested showing the impact of school indicators such as school budget, household assets, and access to infrastructure and public service, parental educational attainment, health, and anthropometry on likelihood to enroll in the senior high school model as mediated by the scores in the National Achievement Test and National Career Assessment Examination. It was found in the study that majority of the students did not go through the senior high school because they preferred to study college. Students that went through the senior high school had significantly higher NAT and NCAE scores, had parents with high levels of educational attainment, had less siblings, has enough assets and access to community infrastructure. The likelihood of enrolling in senior high school is predicted by higher NAT and NCAE scores. Higher Nat and NCAE scores were strongly predicted by school budget and parents’ educational attainment.

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Disciplines

Secondary Education

Note

"Report prepared by the Lasallian Institute for Development and Educational Research (LIDER) of De la Salle University, Manila."

Team leader: Carlo Magno

Research supervisors: Joyce Orillosa, Mini Rose Lapinid, Leah Gustilo, Joel Durban, Dena Culaba, Jessie Barot, Ariane Borlongan

Project staff: Jovito Anito, Martin Romero, Herminio Banico, Dolor Aquino, Christopher John Magno, Rachel Zarraga, Rey Sagot, Leah Vlano, Charisma Calinao, Rossie Dacera, Dennis Dacera

Keywords

Education, Secondary—Philippines

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