School Allowance and Students’ Determination in Studies

Jerald C. Moneva, Rey C. Miralles, Jonathan Raman


The study assessed the association of school allowance and students' determination in studies. The study used quantitative approach - the descriptive survey. The study was conducted in Jagobiao National High School - Senior High School Department. Mainly the Senior High School students are the respondents. The first part of the questionnaire talks about how students determines toward their studies. The weighted mean used to show how school allowance affects the determination of the students towards their studies. Using chi-square, it revealed that there was no significant association between school allowance and students' determination in studies. Students' determination in studies did not affect whether the school allowance of the students either high or low. In addition, students were determined in their studies sometimes. The students who were having a high socioeconomic status or low socioeconomic status did not affect their performance in school. In addition students' willingness in school was the factor why students are eager in their studies in school. Consecutively, to improve their determination in school they need to be interested in school and participated in school activities.

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