Volume 10 (2013) of the journal is a collection of research studies that utilizes fractal analysis as a novel approach to explore diverse aspects of education and socio-economic issues. This volume intertwines studies that utilize fractal methodology to investigate the relationship between the performance of tertiary teachers and the academic achievements of their students, alongside a similar fractal examination of the overall academic performance of college students. It also ventures into the realm of economics, with a thought-provoking paper that uses fractal analysis to compare the effectiveness of the Gross National Product and the Multidimensional Poverty Index in explaining poverty incidence. Additionally, there is a study on the fractal patterns in the population distribution of Bukidnon, offering new perspectives on demographic analysis. The volume is rounded off with an insightful exploration of students' experiences in on-the-job training, providing a practical viewpoint on the application of academic learning in real-world settings. As a whole, this volume not only showcases the versatility of fractal analysis in academic research but also highlights its potential to provide deeper insights into educational dynamics and socio-economic challenges.