Formal Education’s Performance Indicators

       The proportion of the school age-elementary school population who were enrolled remained steady during the school years 2006-2007 and 2010-2011 at 98.6 percent. Survival rate, which is the proportion of enrollees at the beginning grade and the year who reach the final grade or year at the end of the required number of years of study, increase at the rate of 99 percent. The consistent zero dropout rates and the average completion rate of 100 percent at the elementary level during the last two school years period indicates the good performance of the education sector. There are, however increasing inadequacies in terms of the number of teachers and classrooms. These may have been brought about by, among others, the fast increasing number of students due to rapid population growth. The student teacher ratio in elementary schools is with an average of 1:30 pupils per room in rural barangays while 1:41 pupils per room in central school at the poblacion, it is projected that every five (5) years, an additional rooms and teacher for each school will be needed to cope with the standards and ensure an excellent service. Higher ratio in central school is indicated because many pupils in rural barangays still get their education in the said school, may be of having more challenges in studies due to the number of activities and advanced curriculum in a large populated school.

 

Table 4.1A Education Performance Indicators, Amadeo Cavite

INDICATOR

 School Year

 

2002

2007

2010

Participation Rate

98.6%

98.60%

98.60%

Drop-out Rate

0%

0%

0%

Survival Rate

97.5%

97.50%

99%

Completion Rate

97.5%

97.50%

98%

Number of enrollees

5745

8328

8538

Classroom Pupil Ratio

1:30

1:30

1:33

Teacher Pupil Ratio

1:28

1:32

1:32

                                      Source : DEPED –Amadeo, Cavite

  

 

 

Student Enrolment

 

Table 4.1B List of Number of Enrolees in each level

Level

No. of Enrollees

 

S.Y. 2006- 2007

S.Y. 2010- 2011

Pre- school

 

 

Public

492

529

Private

122

223

TOTAL

614

752

Elementary

 

 

Public

3828

3836

Private

1017

1178

TOTAL

4846

5014

Secondary

 

 

Public

2,254

2,353

Private

432

419

TOTAL

2,686

2,772

Grand Total

8,328

8,538

                                                Source: DEPED Amadeo, Cavite

  

            

Enrolment figures revealed the magnitude of the patronage of majority of Amadeo's population on the education facilities provided by the government. A large percentage, 76% or 3836 of elementary aged children was enrolled in public schools while the remaining 24% (1178) was in the private education. Enrolment in public for all levels increased, financial status and house-school distance were the cause of accumulation in public institutions, although the quality of education for both schools were sufficient for school- aged children.

 

In Secondary school, 85% of students were enrolled in public schools, thus the decrease in private school population was proportionate to the increase in public schools, it means transfer of school for lower cost and not stopping in their studies happened.

           

 

Students of Day Care Center 

     

            As of 2010, the enrolment rate of school-aged population for the secondary level increased. This was due to the fact that out of 100 students, 19 students were from the neighboring barangays like Balagbag of Indang, Kaybagal of Tagaytay and Panungyanan of Gen. Trias. A huge factor for this was because the distance of the secondary schools from the neighboring houses was nearer to Amadeo than their own respective localities.

 

For tertiary level, 93 students in every 100 school-aged population that finish their secondary/ intermediate education did not continue into college because of the availability of industrial jobs in Gen. Trias, Dasmariñas and Rosario, Cavite. Majority of the population chose to grab the opportunity to work after high school. The qualifications of factory workers that you can be after high school trigger to grab the work openings to earn for their education and sustain some family needs.

 

 

Table 4.1C  List of no. of Enrolees and Participation Ratio

 

Grade

No. of enrollees

Relevant age Level

EPR %

 

 

of Age Population

 

Primary

752

1566

48 %

 

 

 

  Elementary

 

 

 

 1

836

 

 

  2

809

 

 

  3

793

 

 

4

829

 

 

5

837

 

 

6

910

 

 

Total

            5014

6157

81.44 %

Source : DEPED Cavite

 

 

Table 4.1D Secondary List of no. of Enrollees and Participation Ratio

Year

No. of Enrollees

Relevant age Level of

EPR %

 

 

Age Population

 

1 st

802

 

 

2 nd

720

 

 

3 rd

675

 

 

4 th

575

 

 

Total

2772

2980

93 %

Source : DEPED Cavite

 

 

  

DROP OUT RATE is the proportion of students who leave school during the year as well as those who completed the year level but fail to enroll in the next year level the following year to the total number of students enrolled in the previous year. Zero percent 0% drop out rate is necessity for educators, the culture of Amadeo regarding education is still on the heart and dream of everyone to change lifestyle not in farming, a good and progressive future of the next generation, it is still a program of the municipality but encouraging the agricultural related courses.

  

Table 4.1E Drop of Rate

 

 

ENROLLMENT

 

June 2010

March 2011

  Primary

               752

  752

Elementary

 

 

Grade 1

 836

                   836

2

 809

                   809

3

 793

                   793

4

 829

                   829

5

 837

                   837

6

 910

                   910

Total

 5014

                  5014

Secondary

 

 

1

802

                   802

2

720

                   720

3

675

                   675

4

575

                   575

Total

2772

                 2772

 Source : DEPED Cavite

 

 

 

 

Education Facilities and Enrollees

 

Formal Education is provided through a network of schools strategically located throughout the municipality. There is a total of 37 facilities in the Municipality 10 of which are private institutions including the college establishment while 27 are public institutions.

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