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Kathleen Ruiz

on 1 August 2014

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As of June 2010, the Philippines consists of 17 administrative regions.
The Nature of Supervision in the Region
The Regional Director is the highest line officer in the region.

He is essentially an administrator, supervisor, organizer and leader of his division.

The Division Superintendent of Schools
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The Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
It was created on May 18, 1994 through the passage of the Rep. Act No.7722 or the Higher Education Act of 1994. CHED, an attached agency of the Office of the President for administrative purposes, is headed by a chairman and four commissioners, each having a team of officer for four years. The commission En Banc acts a collegial body in formulating plans, policies and strategies relating to higher education and the operation of CHED. The creation of CHED was a part of a broad agenda on the countries education system outlined by the Congressional Commission on Education (EDCOM) in 1992. Part of the reform was the trifocalization of the education sector in 3 governing bodies: CHED for tertiary and graduate education, DepEd for basic Education and TESDA for technical- vocational and middle level.
-- Ex. Or. No. 117 by Pres. Cory Aquino (1987)

-- 1994


-- 1995

Governance of Basic Education was passed (August 2001) changing
Under the Office of the Secretary are the following office and services:
Administrative Service
- provides Department with economical, efficient and effective services relating to administrative matters.
Financial and Management Service
- responsible for providing the necessary staff, advice and assistance on management, budget and financial matters.
Human Resource Development Service
- economical efficient, and effective services relating to personnel matters.
Planning Service
- provides economical, effective and efficient service relating to planning, programming and project development.
Technical Service
- provide services relating to public information and other technical services.
Major Functions of the Regional Office:
Implement laws, policies, plans, programs, rules and regulations of the Department in the Regional Area.
Formulate and evaluate the execution of plans and programs in the region
Prepare and submit plans and programs for the region for approval and or incorporation in the Department's overall programs.
Provide economical, efficient,and effective service to the people.
Coordinate with local government in the area
Perform such other functions as may be
provided by law.
The Regional Office
Administrative Division
Develop a well-planned, directed, and coordinated personnel and administrative program;

Handle personnel transactions including appointments, leaves, transfers, resignations and separations;

File and maintain necessary records and documents.
Receive and distribute correspondence;

Handle publication and information services

Handle cash receipts d disbursements;

Receive, store and distribute supplies, materials, equipment

Handle the legal matters

Provide security guarding, janitorial, messenger, transportation services

Finance and Budget Division
Develop, subject to set budgetary ceilings, fund estimates;

Assist in the execution and control of the approved budget of the Region;

Maintain basic accounting records and books of accounts;

Prepare and submit financial statements and reports and certify the availability of funds to the correctness of the vouchers, journals, bills and other financial reports;

Provide the director with necessary staff advice, assistance and services on budgetary, financial and management matters;

Perform such other functions as may be provided by the law
Elementary Education Division
Prepare and evaluate plans and programs

Formulate guidelines for implementation of projects

Undertake studies on the needs of pre-elem and elementary educ.

Provide technical assistance

Draw up in service training program

Evaluate recommendations

Gather and collect statistical data relative to the elementary educ.

Coordinate with regional officers and with local government.
Prepare and evaluate plans and programs for the region based on policies and guidelines set by the department ad recommend proposals for improvement;

Formulate guidelines for implementation of projects planned by the department;

Undertake studies that are needs of the region;

Provide technical assistance to the provincial and city offices in the implementation of their programs;

Draw up in service training programs;

Evaluate recommendation to the director for approval and/or revocation of permits and recognitions of Private schools;

Gather and collect statistical data

Coordinate with regional offices of other departments, bureaus and agencies and with local government.
Secondary School Division
He/She is the direct representatives of the regional director in the administration and supervision of both public/ private pre-elementary, elementary and secondary education within his division.

He/she is looked to as guide and leader in educational matters.
Powers and Duties of the Superintendent
The superintendent as an executive

The superintendent as an organizer

The superintendent as a supervisor

The superintendent as a coordinator

The superintendent as a leader

Other Personnel Assisting the Division Superintendents of Schools
Division Supervisors

Secondary School Principal

District Supervisor

Elementary School Principal

Head Teacher
By: Ruiz, Kathleen O.
Satorre, Chiela Mae A.
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