WORK AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES OF COLLEGE OF TEACHER EDUCATION WORK SCHOLARS OF SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN COLLEGE (2012-2013)By: ABELITA, LESTER NAME BROD C., BADOY, FRETZELLE HOPE S., ROCHE, HARAH RUSSEL T., ALTABARINO, EMILYN C., CALLAR, CESAR L. JR.
Adviser: Roque G. Ciasico, M.I.M.
This study determined the relationship of work and academic performances of the CTE work scholars of SCC during the school year 2012-2013. Additionally, it determined the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of sex, mother’s occupation, father’s occupation, and parents’ combined monthly income.
Majority of the respondents were females. They had a mean work rating of 3.83 and a mean college academic performance of 1.73. There was a negative correlation of 0.15 between work and academic performances. The respondents’ work and academic ratings were not influenced by their demographic profile in terms of sex, mother’s occupation and father’s occupation except parents’ combined monthly income which influenced the overall work performance.
Based on the findings, it was concluded that there is no significant relationship between work and academic performances; sex, mother’s occupation and father’s occupation are not factors in determining whether a student will have good work and academic ratings. The parents’ combined monthly income is one of the factors in determining work performance.