ABC-ICT Integration Model (2018) towards Effective and Efficient School-Based Online Enrolment: Educational e-Governance

Michael Laguidao Estremera
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This research journey delved on the perspectives of internal and external stakeholders relative to enrolment mechanism by adopting the descriptive-correlational method of research. Purposive sampling was employed to determine the target respondents to be involved in the study; hence, the respondents were chosen on the bases of their knowledge and of the information desired. Content validity was ensured by the researcher by subjecting the instrument to editing and checking by the three principals of Sorsogon East to ensure the accuracy and high validity. The quantitative method of analyzing data was utilized in this research. This involves, mean, standard deviation, and frequency. However, in order to establish the correlation between two variables, correlation coefficient had been adopted. Findings reveal that internal stakeholders consider the present mode of enrolment as highly effective. The external stakeholders view the current mechanism as moderately effective. Researcher arrives at the conclusion that there is a negative or minimal correlation between the perspectives of the stakeholders which categorically confirms the researcher’s hypothesis. Researcher recommends that assessment of the present mode of enrolment to other schools and/or even nationwide must have been done to generate data relative to its practicality and modernity aspects. The developed ICT model integration, also the proposed e-enrolment may be adopted to achieve efficiency in the workplace


e-Enrolment, e-Governance, Effective, ICT Integration Model (2018), Modernity

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