K-12 Grading System

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Chapter I
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction As technology continues to advance, computers are becoming more part of everyday life. Computers are everywhere at work, at school, and at home. Many daily activities either involve the use of or depend on information from a computer. It is also the best solution for providing information and a way of communications in every individual and gives better understanding of some events that can arouse the interest of some particular subject matter. The computerized world is highly efficient one, which processing the big quantities of data and keeping. Computer can be considered as another instrument for developing a system like grading system in every school. This can be a great help
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Using the Local Area Network (LAN), the faculty can send a soft copy of the students’ grades. The teachers can use it if they are somewhat busy to other plans. Since the study is grading system, it also has limitation. This system is not connected to the Student Information System and Enrolment System of the institution so the students must register to this application every time after they are enrolled.

Significance of the Study The proposed study goal is to build up a new grading system for the K–12 students of Sta. Teresa College that is benefitted to: 1. Students. The students can view their grades using their account in the application. 2. Faculty Teachers. The teachers can be easily add, edit and delete grades without editing the computations because it is already set. 3. Registrar. The registrar can be easily approved the grades that are submitted by the teachers.. 4. Upcoming Researchers. This thesis study will be their guide on how to make and enhance grading system easily.
Definition of Terms
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Chapter II
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

This chapter presents the conceptual and research literature used for the present study. The researchers also provided similarities and differences between the present and past studies.

Conceptual Literature
The researchers reviewed different concepts and theories significant to
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