Parental Challenges and School Performance of Junior High School Students in Distance Learning Modality

Authors

  • Rolando Rubio Reyes Department of Education, Zamboanga del Norte, Philippines

Keywords:

Parental challenges, School performance, Monthly income, Distance from school

Abstract

The experiences of the educational system, particularly the Department of Education, during the pandemic are pretty incredible. From featuring the, no face-to-face to the distance learning modalities are just a few evolvements that cater to learning in the light of the crisis. Thus, the study investigated the parental challenges met by the parents and the school performance of their children relative to the modality adopted by the DepEd. It uses descriptive-correlational research to capture the respondents’ socio-demographic profiles. And correlational characteristics since these profiles were correlated to parental challenges and school performance. Parents agree that they are confronted with difficulties in distance learning. The point-biserial (rpb) calculated the sex and parental challenges and sex and school performance. It figures out that their relationship between sex and parental challenges is not significant since the rpb=0.12 with p=0.18 greater than alpha at 0.05. Distance and parental challenges have sufficient evidence to suggest that they have a significant relationship. And, the income also indicates that they have a significant relationship. However, sex and school performance show no significant relationship in rpb=0.56, with the p-value=0.09 greater than the alpha at 0.05. Distance and school performance indicate a correlation, and so with the school performance and monthly income. The parental challenges and school performance obtained a significant inverse relationship because the Pearson r =-0.84 with the p-value=0.008 less than the alpha at 0.05.

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Published

2021-07-08

How to Cite

[1]
R. R. Reyes, “Parental Challenges and School Performance of Junior High School Students in Distance Learning Modality”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 7, pp. 71–76, Jul. 2021.

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