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THE EFFECTS OF POVERTY TO THE INCREASING RATE OF UNEDUCATED CHILDREN IN THE PHILS. I
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The type of research that will be used in this study is qualitative research and quantitative research. Qualitative researchers aim to gather an in-depth understanding of the increasing rate of uneducated children and the reasons that govern such recurrence. The discipline investigates the “why” and “how” of decision making. Besides this, the researcher will also examine the phenomenon through observations in numerical representations and through statistical analysis. Along with questionnaires that will be given out to respondents for the statistical representation of the findings in the study, interviews with the respondents and a few experts in this field will also be conducted. Poverty is the most common cause of being illiterate, unemployed and other reasons why there is poor quality of life. The truth of the matter is the real situation of our children which is the most hard hit of poverty and what our government is doing to reach out to this children? This study aims to show and equally assess the current situation of education of our country as well as to know the probable cause of being illiterate. The researchers gathered pertinent data through web, books and articles as well as doing an actual interview and testing to selected children around the vicinity. RESEARCH STUDY IN ENGLISH 422 The effects of poverty to the increasing rate of uneducated children 2. what is the importance of education for you? 1. are you still studying? 12. Do you get sufficient allowance when you are studying? 11. Were you able to get high grades when you are still studying? 9. who is responsible for this problem? why? 8. what is the main reason why many filipinos are not attending school? 7. can our government do something about the increasing rate of uneducatedchildren? how? 6. Do you think it is the responsibility of the government to help our country to lessen the rate of uneducated children? 5. Is it your parent's choice to
stop you in attending school? 4. do you want to continue your studies why? - many , to learn how to write & read & to have a good job.
- without education you can't have your dream job.
-you can learn alot of things
- to be able to find job. with the five the respondents inthis research, all of them answered that they are no longer studying. Four out of five was able to have sufficient allowance in their everyday schooling. It can be due to corruption, the up bringing of the youth of today, and the government that has the control but do nothing, and the parents that cannot send their children to school. 13. are you the only child that didn't finish school? 14. if you are given a chance would like to continue your studies? 15. did your previous mentors affect your decision in not continuing your studies? 16. when. you are still studying do have vices? yes or no? if yes, please explain how did that affects you 17. did your friends affects your studies? 18. in your own opinion in an average
of ten people how many of them didn't
finished their studies? 19. aside from poverty what are the other
factors why didn't you finished your studies? 20. what can you advise in the youth of
today that has a similar problem like yours? majority answeredthey still
wants to continue their studies
only one is uncertain. all replied no all of them said that it is the responsibility of the government to help uneducated children 3 out 5 answered that the government can do something about this problem. one says no and one is uncertain. some answered it may be because laziness & vices, and majority says it is because of poverty . 10. If you have the power to change things In what can you help the children to continue their studies? Three of them said they will give free education, one answered by giving donation and last one answered prayers 3 of them was able to get high grades
and the others don't. All of them has other siblings that
didn't finished school. If given a chance three of them wants to finish their studies and two are not anymore interested. none was affected by their previous mentor. Four of them declared they have vices
and only one has none 3 out five was affected by friends. in the average there are 8 out of 10 children that didn't finished studies. some of the reasons are laziness, quality of education given by school, friends, age, and poverty. CONCLUSION I therefore conclude that, it is not only poverty that causes the increased rate of being uneducated. It is mainly due to nature, poor governance and self-contentment governance. Not all poor Filipino families had a chance to send their children to school using the government programs due to corruption nature. Many children idolizes or imitate the lifestyle of their neighbor who are not attending school. Because of the thought of being free or independent. Self-contentment many of them are contented with their lives being poor. RECOMMENDATION The government should take action on the necessity in education. They should address the common reason of being uneducated which is poverty. Poverty affects not only education but as well as the daily lives of the poo Filipino people. Furthermore, this became one of the many reasons why many people became contented of their lives being poor. There is no evident help from our government, there is no reaching out to children who are willing to study most especially in the vast provinces. I therefore recommend that the government should be transparent in the plans and programs for education. There should be a solid strategy for poor students and should assess the standard curriculum needed for special education like short courses for skills services etc.
ANA MARIE MARCELO,20 Y/O ARVIN SAPONGAY, 18Y/O JHAYKHIE MEDINO, 19 Y/O JONATHAN SICAT, 20 Y/O CHERRY GALE BERNARDO,18 Y/O THANK YOU BY: CHRIZALYNE A. ENRIQUEZ
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