Descriptive Analysis of Socio-Demographic Profile, Family Structure, and Parental Involvement During the Modular Distance Education on the Student’s Academic Achievement in Science


  • Jermae B. Dizon LPT College of Education, Central Luzon State University, Muñoz, 3119, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
  • Ma. Elizabeth C. Leoveras Ph.D College of Science, Central Luzon State University, Muñoz, 3119, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
  • Eden S. David Ph.D College of Science, Central Luzon State University, Muñoz, 3119, Nueva Ecija, Philippines
  • Rhodora I. Dela Rosa Ph.D College of Education, Central Luzon State University, Muñoz, 3119, Nueva Ecija, Philippines


modular distance learning, pandemic, socio-demographic profile, family structure, parental involvement, academic achievement in science


Following the descriptive research design, the study focused on describing the distribution of respondents according to the student’s and parent’s socio-demographic profile, their Family Structure, Parental Involvement, as well as their academic achievement in science during the implementation of modular distance education at Bugallon Integrated School S.Y. 2021-2022.  For the respondents’ socio-demographic profile, results showed that most are female, with only one available device at home that could be used for learning and have available internet usage. For the parents’ socio-demographic profile, most of the respondents has   only one parent who is working with   income of P10, 000 or below. Majority of the respondents have a father and a mother whose highest Educational Attainment is secondary education.   Most of them are 4Ps beneficiary. For the Family Structure, most of the respondents live with both parents. For students who are in a single-parent household, majority of them has only one financial support. Also, most of the respondents tied with two (2) and three (3) learners in a household. For Family and Parental Involvement, majority of the respondents have one (1) household member that can provide instructional support and most of them have 1 -2 hours of parental support each day. The most common form of parental involvement based on the mean responses is retrieving the student’s module in school (x?= 3.44, SD = 0.88). As for their Academic achievement in Science manifested through their grade, majority of the respondents have a grade range of 85 – 89 with an equivalent of Very Satisfactory.


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Jermae B. Dizon LPT, Ma. Elizabeth C. Leoveras Ph.D, Eden S. David Ph.D, & Rhodora I. Dela Rosa Ph.D. (2023). Descriptive Analysis of Socio-Demographic Profile, Family Structure, and Parental Involvement During the Modular Distance Education on the Student’s Academic Achievement in Science. International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), 67(1), 185–203. Retrieved from