2022 IJRSE – Volume 11 Issue 11
Special IJRSE Luminary Issue
Available Online: 18 May 2022
De Vera, Veronica N.
Bambang East Elementary School, Philippines (email@example.com)
This descriptive-correlational study which involved 30 randomly selected respondents comprising of parents, barangay officials, teachers and school heads of Bambang East Elementary School (BEES), Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines, aimed to ascertain the level of stakeholders’ participation and level of implementation of school-based management (SBM) in the research setting. After using means to describe the data collected through validated four-point Likert questionnaires, results showed that the extent of participation of the stakeholders along school governance, curriculum implementation, community involvement, and pupils’ activities, is high with an overall mean of 3.18. Moreover, the respondents’ assessment of the level of implementation of school-based management (SBM) in BEES along decision-making, support of local government framework, participation in program activities and projects, handling gender and development issues, community involvement, and communication between school and community, is low with an overall mean of 2.38. Analysis of correlation between selected constructs using Pearson r yielded p=0.696 at 0.05 level of significance. This means that the extent of stakeholders’ participation does not affect the level of implementation of SBM in BEES. Retooling of school governance to revisit specific roles and functions of the stakeholders, to strengthen their involvement in terms of decision-making, and to establish stronger communication lines, is hence recommended. Further, some other constructs may be considered for future study to unveil factors that may improve the level of implementation of SBM in the school.
Keywords: implementation, school-based management, stakeholders’ participation
Cite this article:
De Vera, V. N. (2022). Stakeholders’ participation and its correlation with implementation of school-based management of Bambang East elementary school. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 11(11), 101-106. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2022.855