Stakeholders’ Participation in School Activities in Public Secondary Schools in Los Baños, Laguna
Roden Torrena Lacanilao
Los Banos National High School Batong Malake (Department of Education), Philippines.
Keywords: Stakeholders, School activities, Planning, Decision making, Information drive, School operation.
This study was conducted to measure the stakeholders’ Participation in School Activities Los Baños district, Laguna for the school year 2013-2014. It aims to compare the level of participation by school among (4) secondary public schools in Los Baños, Laguna. The data collected from the responses of the four (4) principals/OIC’s, one hundred eleven (111) teachers, forty (40) barangay officials, one hundred twenty six (126) students and parents were tabulated and encoded for analysis and interpretations. The survey questionnaire was done for the survey among the (5) stakeholders which are students, principals, teachers, parents, and LGU’s. It was used to determine the difference in the level of assessment and level of participation among various stakeholders in which ANOVA was used. The findings of the study revealed that the overall mean assessment of stakeholders’ participation in school activity is as follows; Tuntungin Putho National High School has the highest mean level of participation. Los Baños National High School-Poblacion has the lowest levels of participation. And it was determined that there is a significant difference among stakeholders’ level of participation as far as planning, decision making, information drive, and implementing were concerned.