Factors That Affect the Decreasing Population of Bachelor of Secondary Education on Cavite State University- Carmona Campus

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Republic of the Philippines
CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY
4116 Market Drive, Carmona Cavite
Telefax: (046) 4303509

RESEARCH PAPER IN ENGLISH II

Factors that Affect the Decreasing Population of Bachelor of Secondary Education

Submitted by:

Jenina L. Binene
Adrian C. Petecio
Melanie W. Tumacmol
Nicko Reyes

BSE 1

Submitted to:

Ms. Tita Salamatin
March 19, 2010

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In the preparation of this research paper, the researchers would like to extend their warmest gratitude to the people who helped to gather information and assisted to accomplish the issue about the subject matter.

Mr. Jovito S. Mercado, principal IV of Carmona National Highschool (CNHS) for the permission he had given to conduct an interview inside the certain school.
Mrs. Aynalinda Mapanoo, guidance councilor for 1st year and 2nd year students of Carmona National Highschool (CNHS) for the assistance he had provided during the interview proper.
To the teachers of Carmona National Highschool namely Mrs. Carol Isidro, Filipino II teacher, Ms. Musa, English II teacher, Mrs. Laudato, Filipino I teacher, and lastly Mrs. Crisamie Mendieta, Physics teacher for sharing their time and resource to carry out the data that the researchers need in order to complete the research paper.

Mrs. Cristina F. Olo, Campus Dean of Cavite State University- Carmona Campus (CvSU Carmona Campus) for the authorization to conduct an interview inside and outside of the campus.
Mrs. Cherry Rose S. Uminga, Department head in Education of Cavite State University for allowing us to have a copy of school documents in order to take in the population of enrollees in several years.

Mrs. Haydee Mojica, campus registrar of Cavite State University for providing the necessary data that the researchers require to complete these studies.
To instructors of Cavite State University-Carmona Campus specifically Ms. Jeneth Menil, P.E. and English instructor, Ms. Michelle Zuniga, ITEC instructor, Mrs. Grace Balingit, campus Asst. Librarian which considered as former students took up Bachelor of Secondary Education in different majorships for granting request to contribute about subject matter.

And lastly, Almighty God for giving a wonderful skills and guidance in making the study.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page …………………………………………………... i Acknowledgement………………………………………………….. . ii Introduction………………………………………………….... 1 Related Literature…………………………………………………… 3 Methodology…………………………………………………… 7 Results and

Discussion…………………………………………………… 8 Conclusion…………………………………………………… 16 Appendix
Interview form …………………………………………………… 18
Interview sheet (w/ response) …………………………………… 20

INTRODUCTION

Anyone who chooses a teaching career in the Philippines must hold a degree in teacher education. Teachers in public and private elementary schools must have at least a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. High school teachers are expected to have a bachelor’s degree in secondary education with specialization (a major and a minor) in high school subjects. Both degrees are awarded upon successful completion of approved teacher education courses in recognized institutions. Teaching in colleges or professional degree programmes at the tertiary level requires at least a master’s degree in a particular area of specialization. But obviously, population of Bachelor of Secondary Education students were decreasing ultimately. Because of these, quality of education in the Philippines will likely face a crisis if the current trends in decreasing college enrolment and increasing dropouts especially Bachelor of Secondary Education and Bachelor of Elementary Education will continue. There are several factors to consider why the population of Education students diminished. Due to continuing tuition hikes, many college...
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