Grounding Quality Education from the Experiences of High School Students in Selected Secondary Schools in the Philippines

Vicente T. Baylon III *

Institute of Health Sciences and Nursing, Far Eastern University, Manila, Philippines.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Grounding Quality Education from the Experiences of High School Students, in Selected Secondary Schools in the Philippines. This study explored the experiences of High School Students from two different school in the Philippines. This task is entailed the identification of “Lived encounters of students in terms of accessibility of education, delivery of education, teachers and methodology, and students managing the overall experiences.

Aims: The study aimed to make a detailed and comprehensive inquiry into the Lived-Experiences of High School students with a view to develop an essential recommendation for students, teachers, supervisors, Department of Education, and National Government officials.

Scope and Limitation of the Study: The study focused on lived experiences of 10 selected high school students enrolled in public school and 10 selected high school students enrolled in private school and comparison of the differences in their lives and experiences inside their classroom.

Research Design: This observational analytic case control uses the grounded-phenomenological method of research. This method allows the researchers to investigate deeply into the subjective experiences and perspectives of the high school students.

Results: In view of quality education, The quality education is to provide an environment for learning in order to eliminate the complex students’ school problems with the right accessibility and sustainability for education with the help of expected government (DepEd) programs and the vital parts of students in the educational system.

Conclusion and Recommendation: The successful Quality Education starts with good student assessment of needs are those who manage student consistent learning, sustained-satisfied, and good students outcomes which provided them of awareness, knowledge, skills and preparedness for the future employment.

Keywords: Grounding quality education, experiences of high school students, K12 experiences, conducive learning environment, accessibility of education


How to Cite

Baylon III, Vicente T. 2024. “Grounding Quality Education from the Experiences of High School Students in Selected Secondary Schools in the Philippines”. Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies 50 (7):11-21. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajess/2024/v50i71439.

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