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ABSTRACT

This study aimed to find out the present status of the BSEd graduates of SLPC in the year 2004-2005.
Specifically, it sought to find the answers to the following questions: 1. What are the present statuses of the BSEd Graduates of the SLPC in terms of 1.1Employability
1.2Eligibility
1.3Status of appointment
1.4Salary per month
1.5Present performance rating
1.6Subject taught
1.7Job Satisfaction
The researcher used the interview method, house to house every, mail technique and texting technique to determine the present status of the respondents. The survey was status of the respondents. The survey was conducted from February to March.

The questionnaire that the researcher used was the Bio data format that is used by the College Of Education in their alumni. It include the personal data in which their home, civil status sex, address and their eligibility were asked and the job placement in which their employability, present positions, performance ratings, type of job and the subjects they are handling were revealed.
After gathering all the questionnaires the researcher tallied and tabulated the data. These data were analyzed through the use of frequency and percent distribution.

Based on the gathered information, the following are the findings of the study 1.Sixty-five percent (65%) of the BSEd graduates of SLPC in the year 2004-2005 are employed and thirty-five percent (35%) are unemployed. 2.Sixty-seven percent (67%) of the BSED graduates of SLPC in the year 2004-2005 is eligible and thirty-three percent (33%) are non eligible. 3.Of the BSED graduates of SLPC in the year 2004-2005 are employed in public schools, sixty percent (60%) has a very satisfactory and forty percent (40%) has a satisfactory rating. 4.Of the BSEd graduates of SLPC in the year 2004-2005 who are employed in public schools, sixty percent (60%) has a very satisfactory rating 5.Of the BSEd graduates of SPLC in the year 2004-2005 who are in the teaching profession twenty-six percent (26%) is assigned on their major subjects, twenty-seven (27%) is assigned on the other subjects together with their major subjects and thirteen (13%) is assigned on their non major subjects. 6.Of the BSEd graduates eighty-seven percent (87 %) were happy that they taken BSEd and thirteen percent (13%) were not happy or unsatisfied.

Based on the findings, the following conclusions were drawn. 1.The BSED graduates of SLPC in the year 2004-2005, based on their present status determine in this study have conformed to the main objective of the COEd 2.The BSEd graduates of SLPC in the year 2004-2005 are functioning as qualified, competent and effective teachers. In the light of the findings and conclusion, the researcher recommended the following: 1.Make a monitoring project so the status of the graduates of the SOEd will be viewed thus, the effectively of the main objectives of the school can be measures and maintained. 2.Continue the selective admission and retention policy in order to maintain the standard of graduates in the COEd.

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
Education is life, a continuous process of acquiring and transmitting knowledge and skills as well as values there by causing a change in the totality of the individual in his intellectual, moral, social and physical aspects. Thus, education can contribute to the progress and development of any nation. It is vital weapon for economic emancipation political independence and cultural. The person involved in the educative process will be sensitive enough and cognizant on the different problems be setting. The teacher and the learner are two important factors in the educational system. The most important of which is the teacher who must do his part not only to impart knowledge as he assumes various significant roles in the classroom but also to give...
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