School Rehabilitation Program’s (SRP) Contribution to School Management and Students’ Academic Performance to Beneficiary Schools in Cebu Province, Philippines

Aurora Q. Pestaño, Dwight J. Ypanto, Ricky B. Villeta, Milagros B. Baclayon, Chanine F. Sevilla, Jessica M. Avenido, Jessie S. Susada


In an educational setting, the management and environment are bound to affect the whole learning environment. This study determines the impact of the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Incorporated School Rehabilitation Program (RAFI-SRP) to beneficiary schools. The Descriptive-correlational design is utilized to establish the level of assessments for school buildings regarding its milieu, environment, management, and students’ academic performance during their occupancy of the RAFI classrooms. In the exploratory data analyses, multivariate principal component analysis (PCA) and regression are used. Results show that RAFI-SRP affects school management. The more new school buildings are built, the better is the performance of the school administrators. Moreover, RAFI-SRP has a modest influence on the academic performance of students among the community beneficiaries as a whole. This result may be owed to the fact that academic performance is multifactorial, such that the interplay of factors may be intrinsic and extrinsic. RAFI-SRP is just one amongst the extrinsic factors to the learners' academic performance to contend with.

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International Journal of Contemporary Education

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