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CLSU 2000-04: Home and School Factors Influencing Parents’ and Teachers’ Roles in Values Formation of Students in Selected National High Schools of Nueva Ecija

The study determined the home and school factors influencing parents’ and teacher’s roles in values formation of students in selected national high schools of Nueva Ecija. A survey questionnaire was personally administered to 266 respondents composed of 193 parents and 72 teachers from the sample schools in Nueva Ecija. Collected data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, while relationships between the independent and dependent variables were tested using Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient and the Stepwise Multiple Regression Analysis. Findings showed that the parents were middle age, with mean age of 44 and mostly Catholic. Their family size averaged six with minimum education equivalent to high school. Their mean monthly income was Php3,500.00. At the time of study, Constancio Padilla National High School (CPNHS) and Talavera National High School (TNHS) had small population while NEHS and JRLMHS has big population. Teachers in the CPNHS and the TNHS were older than the teachers at CPNHS and TNHS. All the teacher-respondents had the basic degree requirement for teaching and a few had earned MS / MA degree. In terms of length of service, the teachers at TNHS and JRLMHS had longer service than those in CPNHS and NEHS. They rated their school facilities from moderately adequate to adequate. The priority values formed by students at home was faith in God while personal discipline was learned at school. Respect for elders was second priority while economic efficiency was rated last of the values formed by the students. Both the parents and teachers rated their roles as maintainer and conveyor in the students’ values formation.

Central Luzon State University
Authors Keywords
Gamit, Estrelita T.; education; education programs; values formation; secondary schools;
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