This will also present the synthesis of the art, theoretical and conceptual framework to fully understand the research to be done and lastly the definition of terms for better comprehension of the study. Related Literature Tracer study is an approach which widely being used in most organization especially in the educational institutions to track and to keep record of their students once they have graduated from the institution. Through tracer study, an institution able to evaluate the quality of education given to their graduates by knowing the graduates placements and positions in the society which later can be used as a benchmark in producing more qualified and competitive graduates.
As opposed to traditional schools, homeschools are not very common. In homeschooling, parents do not send their kids to schools but instead teach them at home.
Homeschools are most common in United States of America and the number of homeschooled children has continuously been on the rise for the last around 30 years. According to Raythe number of homeschool children in United States was reported to be more than 2.
Since these children may join higher education institutions and colleges of formal education after having initial education at homes, this increasing number calls for special attention of the education researchers, academicians and education administrators Bagewell, The review will analyze the literature to check if the relationship is encouraging or discouraging and will try to list the reasons behind this relationship.
The review will also try to establish a comparison between homeschooled students and traditional school students based on their performance on standardized tests, and academic performance in further education at colleges and universities. The increasing trend of homeschooling and homeschooled children calls for the attention and appropriate actions from the authorities regarding homeschooling as well as traditional schooling systems.
In this sense, homeschooling and traditional schooling will be treated as Independent variables. The following research questions are raised to guide the review: How do homeschool children compare to formal schooled children in terms of academic achievement in higher education. Next section will review published literature to answer these questions, explain implications of these findings and conclude on the comparison of two types of schooling.
Literature Review The homeschool framework in education sector of USA established by Raymond Moore has not only gained popularity but also has become a major movement in the education sector of our days. Homeschooling has since then been recognized and numerous researchers and educationists anticipate about the likelihood of this modern type of education system.
Bielick, Chandler, and Broughman hypothesized a majority as thinking that homeschooled children do not have the opportunity to socialize and hence trail backward in terms of social concerns; however, Windley and Klebanoy demonstrated that homeschooled children have more socializing power than traditionally schooled counter parts.
Similarly Blok found that homeschool children are as social as traditionally schooled children in addition to the find that they perform better than traditionally schooled students.
Homeschooling has been showing an increasing trend in United States of America. Bielick reports the findings of Parent and Family Involvement PFI in education survey which collected data about students aged 5 — 17 years and studying Kindergarten to Grade Out of students were found homeschooling.
Weightage calculations showed around 51,students of 5 — 17 age group in homeschooling. There are several reasons behind the increasing trend in homeschooling. Benson and Kosonen found various negative opinions about homeschooling systems through their electronic questionnaire survey from university students.
The respondents reported several drawback of the homeschooling.This literature review will define reading and phonemic awareness and present two differing views on the reading process. The Early Reading Intervention program and the Reading Recovery program are described and compared in consideration of the most recent research on components of effective programs for young struggling readers..
Implications for reading instruction are also provided and. Students will explore the concept of Accounting Information Systems (AIS) and the implications of a computerized AIS, as well as issues involved in converting from a manual system to a computerized AIS, as well as issues involved in converting from a manual system to a computer-based system (database).
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QUIRINO HIGH SCHOOL ONLINE ENROLLMENT SYSTEM. CHAPTER 5 Proposed System. Chapter 1. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDY. Enrollment System is useful especially when the school retrieves the important information from the student.
The school can trace what is the standing of the students. Lack of Enrollment /5(3).