Factors Affecting Dropouts

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FACTORS AFFECTING DROPOUTS IN PERCEPTION OF THE STUDENTS IN THE NATIONAL TEACHERS COLLEGE QUIAPO ,MANILA

An Undergraduate Thesis Presented To the Faculty of the
College of Education

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the

APPROVAL SHEET
In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor in Secondary Education Major in MAPEH. This Thesis entitled “Factors Affecting Dropouts in perception of the students in the National Teachers College, Quiapo, Manila” has been prepared by Jayson Dollisen who is here by recommended for oral examination. _________________ ___________________ Date Thesis Adviser Approved as partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the THCON 1 with the Grade of ____________

Panel of Examiners
_________________
Chairman
_________________ ___________________ Member Member Accepted as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the THCON 1._________________ ____________________ Date Dean CED

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I would like to extend my gratitude to the following persons for helping me to make this work possible. To my Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vicente Dollisen who gave me financial support and for understanding me when I was coming late at home. To my professor, for guiding and teach me how to make a formal thesis. To Mrs. Monteroso I learned from him on how to be a better researcher. To my friends, Arvin Deretcho, Von Castillo, Ernesto Tabios, Dom Tolentino, Hector Sales, Edfort Duque, Lester Abratigue, and also Michael Pajo for the inspiration they gave. And to our God almighty, who gave me wisdom and knowledge to finish this study.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE
APPROVAL SHEET
TABLE OF CONTENTS
AKNOWLEDGEMENT
LIST OF TABLES
CHAPTER
I. The Problem and its background
Introduction
Conceptual Framework
Statement of the Problem
Scope and Delimitation
Significance of the Study
Definition of Terms
II. Review of Related Literature and Studies
Related Literature
Related Studies
III. Research Methodology
Research Method Used
Population Frame and Sampling Scheme
Description of the Respondents
Instrumentation Used
Data Gathering Procedure
Statistical Treatment of Data
CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
This chapter presents the Problem and its Background consisting of Introduction, Statement of the Problem, Conceptual Framework, Scope and Delimitation, Significance of the Study, and Definition of Terms.

Introduction
Education brings wide-ranging benefits to both individuals and societies. It is considered so important to individual development that the right to primary education is legally guarantied in most countries of the world. Moreover, international human rights conservations also recognize the right to education. This right has been established by a succession of UN conventions, from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) to the convention on the Rights of the Child (1989), which acquired the status of International law in 1990. According to Article 28 of the Convention, government has the responsibility of making primary education compulsory and available free to all. Education is also recognized as crucial to human development indeed the Education for all (EFA) movement and the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) have led to greater attention paid to Education is Goal 2 of both EFA ( Jomtien ; 1990; reaffirmed in Dakar, 200) and the MDGS, adopted by UN member states in 2000 (UNESCO, 2000; UN 2003). In the context of international goals as commitments, the number of out-of-schoolchildren is one of the most...
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