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# Effects of the Amount of Allowance to the Studies of the Sel

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## Christain Rick Abesamis

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Statement of the Problem
Review of Related Literature and Studies
Computation of Number of Respondents
Abstract
Conclusions
Generally, the amount of the allowance of the SSC students affects the academic performance.
In respect with this, the researchers conclude the following:
A student can have a high allowance if the respondent’s family has a high average income per month.
The amount of allowance can give a large effect to study of someone. Based on the results good money allowance gives off good grades for the respondents.
The status of the family affects the studies of the student.
The poverty of money affects the student.

Recommendation
The following recommendations were given based on the findings of this study:
SSC students of Peñaranda National High School should study more.
Study harder to excel in each subject.
Remember that whether you are rich or poor, just study your lesson and someday you will be a professional.
Status in life is not a barrier to success.
Summary, Conclusion and Reccomendation
Summary of Findings
This study aimed to known the effects of the amount of allowance to the studies of the selected SSC students of Peñaranda National High School, Nueva Ecija. The study was focused on the academic performance of the SSC students.
Data gathered through a survey questionnaire distributed to (109) one hundred nine Special Science Class students of Peñaranda National High School. Based on the study, the researchers found out that:
1: There are 109 student respondents, 35.78% were male and 64.22% were female.
2: 27% of the sample population is 15 years old, 25% are 14 years old, 22% are 16 years old, 17% are 13 years old, 9.17%9% are 12 years old and there are no respondent with the age of 11.
3: 24% of the respondents’ father is a businessman, 21% are driver, 13% are farmer, 9% are carpenter and 8% are engineer.
4: 56% of the respondents’ mother are housewife or unemployed, 10% are buss. woman, 8% are teacher, 7% are vendor and 6% are CPA and midwife.
5: 59% of the respondents’ father is a college graduate, 29% are high school graduate,7% are graduated with master’s degree, 5% are elementary graduate and there are non – elementary graduate.
6: 50% of the respondents’ mother is a college graduate, 37% are high school graduate,7% are graduated with master’s degree, 6% are elementary graduate and there are non – elementary graduate.
7: 55% of the respondents are having a daily allowance worth 50 – 100 pesos, 38% are having 20 – 50 pesos as daily allowance and 7% are having 101 pesos and above as a daily allowance.
8: 27% of the respondents are having an income about 1000 – 4999 pesos in a month, 26% are having 10000 – 14999 pesos, 15% are 5000 – 9999 pesos, 13% are 25000 pesos and above and 20000 – 24999 pesos and 6% are having 15000 – 19999 pesos.
9: 61% of the respondents are having 86 – 88 as their grades, 23% are having 84 – 85 as their grades, 9% are having 89 – 90 as their grades, 6% are having 91 – 93 as their grades, 1% are having 94 – 95 as their grades and there is no one that got a 96 or 97 as their grades.

In 1991 the education system was reaching large part of the population, at least at the elementary level. According to 1998 Philippine government figures, which count as literate everyone who has completed four years of elementary school, the overall literacy rate 88 percent, up from 82.6 percent in 1970. Literacy rates were virtually the same for women and men. Elementary education was and in the 1987 academic year, was provided to some 15 million school children, 96.4 percent of the age group. High school enrollment rates were approximately 56 percent nationwide but were somewhat lower in Mindanao and in Eastern Visayas region. Enrollment in institutions of higher learning exceeded 1.6 million.
Filipinos have a deep regard for education, which they view as avenue for upward social and economic mobility. From the onset of United States colonial rule, with its heavy emphasis on mass public education, Filipinos internalized the American ideal of a democratic society in which individuals could get ahead through attainment of a good education. Middle-class parents make tremendous sacrifices in order to provide secondary and higher education for their children.

The study aims to determine if the allowance affects the academic performance of the students. Specifically, this study attempts to answer the following questions:
1. What are the profile of the Special Science Class students of the Peñaranda National High School in terms of:
Gender
Age
Nature of work of parents
Educational background of parents
Amount of daily allowance
Average family income
2. Does the amount of allowance affect the studies of the students?
3.Does the poverty affect the student?
4.How the academic performance of the poor student does be compared with the academic performance of the rich students?
According to the Department of Education, the continuous increase of the student which is out of school and those which doesn’t like school because of poverty. Well, as today the first statement was true. How about those students which have a good status in life or simply rich, does they excel? The status of the family of the students continuous to exert a significant influence on the academic progress of the recent generation of students. That’s true, the status of the family affect the studying of the student belong to that family. Why? Because there are many difference between a poor and rich student. Due to the factor that the status of the family affects the academic performance of the student belong to that particular family; the researchers want to conduct a survey about a poor and rich student to benefit the people who are interested in this topic. The Descriptive method of Research was used in the study. Descriptive Method of Research was a fact – interpretation of the findings. The method of research describes what actually exist such as the current condition, practices situations or phenomena. Since the center of the study was concerned with the effects of the amount of allowance to the studies of the selected SSC students of Peñaranda National High School during school year 2013 – 2014, the descriptive method of research was the most appropriate method to be use. In Conclusion, a student can have a high allowance if the respondent’s family has a high average income per month. The amount of allowance can give a large effect to study of someone. Based on the results good money allowance gives off good grades for the respondents. The status of the family affects the studies of the student. The poverty of money affects the student.
Effects of the Amount of Allowance to the Studies of the Selected SSC Students of Peñaranda National High School S.Y. 2013 – 2014
According to the Department of Education, the continuous increase of the student which is out of school and those which doesn’t like school because of poverty. Well, as today the first statement was true. How about those students which have a good status in life or simply rich, does they excel? The status of the family of the students continuous to exert a significant influence on the academic progress of the recent generation of students. That’s true, the status of the family affect the studying of the student belong to that family. Why? Because there are many difference between a poor and rich student. Due to the factor that the status of the family affects the academic performance of the student belong to that particular family; the researchers want to conduct a survey about a poor and rich student to benefit the people who are interested in this topic.
Background of the Study
This study aims to provide vital information for the teachers, students, parents and other people which is interested and included in the topic.
To the parents
This study gives emphasis to the academic performance of the students which can help them to realize that the status of their family and the amount of allowance affects the studying habits of their children.
To the teachers
Understanding the effects of the status of the family of the student will help them to know what to do regarding with the student that have difficulties to submit their project in time because of poverty.
To the students
This study can serve as an eye opener to them to study harder even if the amount of their allowance is too small.
To the society
This study can serve as an eye opener to them that the amount of allowance of the students affects their study.

Significance of the Study
Using the Formula
n= N/1+Ne2
Which: n = the size of sample
N = size of population
e = the margin of error
Computation:
n= _N_
1+Ne2
n=_150_
1+150(0.05) 2
n=_150_
1+.375
n=_150_
1.375
n=109.09 or 109
Sample Proportion
=_n_
N
=109
150
=0.72%

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