Impact of Socioeconomic Status of Parents on the Students' Technology Livelihood (TLE) Achievement MSU-Sulu Laboratory High School

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  • Maria Mano Salve Assistant Professor IV, MSU-Sulu Laboratory High School, Mindanao State University-Sulu, Sulu, Philippines

Keywords:

Socioeconomic status of parents, TLE achievement, Impact on TLE achievement

Abstract

This utilized the grade 9 TLE students of Mindanao State University-Sulu Laboratory High School to determine the effect of the profile of parents such as occupation, income, educational level and home environment on the achievement of the grade 9 students in TLE. Weighted Arithmetic was used to determine the effect of the parents’ profile on the achievement of the students in TLE and the level of achievement of the grade 9 students. The study concluded that the profile parents’ occupation, income and home environment affect the achievement of grade 9 students in TLE to a great extent while educational level of parents affect to a very great extent. The achievements of the grade 9 students in TLE do not differed significantly when the achievements are grouped according to parents’ occupation and income. There is significant difference of the achievements when grouped according to parents’ educational level and home environment. The following recommendation was forwarded: To improve the achievement of the grade 9 students in TLE the teachers should give extra effort to give assistance to the parents who have low education level. The school administrators should strengthen the participation of parents in the Parent Teacher Association to give emphasis on the collaborative efforts of parents and teachers towards improvement of achievement in TLE subject. The school administrator should improve the TLE resources for practicum and the parents should not be bothered to contribute in the daily activities of the grade 9 students.

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Published

19-10-2021

How to Cite

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M. M. Salve, “Impact of Socioeconomic Status of Parents on the Students’ Technology Livelihood (TLE) Achievement MSU-Sulu Laboratory High School”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 10, pp. 53–58, Oct. 2021.

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