Available Online: 15 June 2021
The main thrust of this study was to identify the feasibility of developing a City College of Santa Rosa in terms of Market, Technical, Financial, and Management Aspects; and to identify the level of its benefits in developing a City College in Santa Rosa in terms of Human Resource, Social, Economic, and Community Development. As an output, an Educational Infrastructure Development Plan was proposed to the City Government of Santa Rosa for emulation. This study used descriptive-correlational method. Three groups of respondents are the 1,607 Grade-12 SHS Students, 110 Human Resource Practitioners, and 155 Selected Local Government Employees. Through simple random sampling, the participants chosen from each group were the 217 SHS Students, 15 Human Resource Practitioners, and 20 Local Government Employees. A validated researcher-made survey instrument was used for data gathering. The statistical treatment used was Weighted Mean interpreted using the four-point Likert Scale, ANOVA, Pearson Product Moment Correlation, and Multiple Linear Regression. The findings revealed in developing a local college in terms of Market, Technical, Financial, and Management Aspects were all Highly Feasible. As assessed by the three groups, there was no significant difference in terms of Market and Financial Aspects, while there was a significant difference in terms of Technical and Management Aspects. However, on the level of benefit in developing a local college in terms of Human Resource, Social, Economic, and Community Development were all Highly Beneficial. Meanwhile, the significant relationship between the feasibility aspects and the development benefits was directly proportional.
Keywords: feasibility aspects; development benefits; city college; public infrastructure; educational infrastructure development plan
Cite this article:
Rodriguez, E. M. (2021). Tripartite feasibility assessment in developing a city college of Santa Rosa, Laguna: Basis for educational infrastructure development plan. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 10(5), 145-159. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2021.639