Evaluation of Amoma,Giya,AlayonSa Kalampusan(Foster, Guide, Work Together Towards Success)Program at School Level Using ABCD Model

Volume 4 Issue 4
Decie Marie M. CASTELLANO
Pages: 637-643 Download Count : 152 View Count: 195 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.628465 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley

Abstract:


The purpose of this study was to evaluate the Amoma, Giya, Alayon sa Kalampusan (AGAK)Program, a child nurture, drop out reduction program initiative of Department of Education-Division of Bohol, Philippines,at Haguilanan High School using the ABCD Evaluation Model of Ochave. This study specifically investigatedthe effectiveness of the program’s implementation by looking in to the four components indicated in the evaluation model: A -the students; B -the programs and operations; C -the effects and D -the social impact; and determined the intents and actualities of each component to identify the gaps between these two. Interviews were conducted to the eight junior high school teachers of the school, to know the processes in the implementation of the program as well as the issues and challenges experienced while carrying out the said program. Although the AGAK Program is a promising drop out reduction program, its implementation in the school experienced issues in the identification of the beneficiaries of the program, the assistance given to the beneficiaries and the program’s monitoring. Thus recommendations were made to enhance the implementation at the school level.

Keywords

  • Amoma
  • Giya
  • Alayon sa Kalampusan (AGAK) Program
  • ABCD Model
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