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In some families, one parent work and in others, both parents work. Parental employment will fulfil the basic needs of a child. With the income earned, parents can generally afford to provide food, clothing, shelter and educational needs, making employment a necessity. Every child has certain materials needs and income is required to meet those needs.

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MS. MARIA KATHRINA BLANCA E. LIMJULY 30, 2011MA. ED.- ENGLISHPROF. CLARITO MAMORNOTITLE: THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT: ITS IMPACT IN THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT GRADE VI PUPIL AT C. E. S. A. GENERAL PROBLEM: What is the Impact of the School Environment to the Academic Achievement of Grade VI Pupils at C.E.S.B. SPECIFIC PROBLEMS:1. What is the Quality of the School Environment as revealed in:1.1. Physical FacilitiesA. How Effective is the Physical Facilities as revealed by:a.1. Classrooma.2. LibraryC. TOOLS (QUANTITATIVE)SCALE: QUALITATIVE DESCRIPTION5- STRONGLY AGREE4- MODERATLEY AGREE3- AGREE2- DISAGREE1- STRONGLY DISAGREEPHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTTABLE 1: CLASSROOM INDICATORS543211. Well- structured building2. Sufficient lighting for learning3. Safe and sound for learning4. Conducive space for classroom

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