Available Online: 14 May 2022
Sapul, Jasmine C.
Saint Louis University, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Across the globe, the fight against forms of child’s right violations has strongly advanced leading to the creation and enactment of laws, policies, and orders. In the Philippines, the Child Protection Policy (CPP) has been implemented. Reviewed literature and studies revealed the need to investigate the monitoring schemes of schools in implementing the CPP. In such light, this case study was conceptualized to describe the experiences of the CPP committee in monitoring CPP programs. Through thematic analysis of the interview transcriptions, four monitoring schemes emerged which were dubbed as CARE. CARE stands for creating partnership with the community, asking parent’s participation, regularizing CPP committee meeting, and establishing emergency hotline number. With these findings, the study concludes that the school and the CPP committee strictly adhere to the CPP and their functions. Hence, other schools are encouraged to formulate and adopt their contextualized monitoring schemes in implementing the CPP.
Keywords: affective states, asynchronous learning, attitude, industrial technology, new normal education, technical instruction
Cite this article:
Sapul J. (2022). Monitoring schemes in child protection policy implementation in an elementary school: Implications for child-friendly schools of future. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 11(12), 61-70. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2022.322