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HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

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pre Magellanic Times

education was informal, unstructured and devoid of methods

focused on vocational training

less academic (3rs)

parents and tribal tutors served as teachers
Pre Spanish
American Regime
adequate secularized and free public school system


Spanish Era

tribal tutors were replaced by the spanish missionaries

education was..

Religion Oriented

for the elite

inadequate, suppressed and controlled
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Lorena Nunez
and
Hiede Cardona

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
One primary school for boys and girls in each town under the responsibility of the municipal
government.

educational decree of 1863
Normal school for male teachers under the supervision of the Jesuits

Revolutionary Government
Schools maintained by Spain were closed temporarily

Burgos Institute in Malolos, Military Academy of Malolos and the Literary University of the Philippines were established.

A system of free and compulsory elementary education
Aguinaldo's Republic
1901
a highly centralized public school system was installed by the Philippine Commission by virtue of Act No.74.

600 teachers from USA. Thomasites

The name Bureau Of Public Instruction become Bureau of Education under Act No.477
1902

the high school system supported by provincial governments, special educational institutions, schools of arts and trades, an agricultural school and marine institutes were established.

1908

the Philippine Legislature approved Act no. 1870 which created the University of the Philippines

1916

Reorganization Act provided the Filipinization of all department secretaries except the Secretary Of Public Instruction
Japanese Era


1942
Educational policies were embodied in Military Order No.2

The Philippine Executive Commission established the Commission of Education , Health and Public Welfare and schools were reopened in June.

1943 october 14
created Ministry of Education

Teaching of Tagalog , Philippine History and Character Education was reserved for Filipinos.

Love for work, and dignity of labor was emphasized.


1947

By virtue of Executive Order No. 94, the Department of Instruction was changed to Department of Education.

1972

it became Department of Education and Culture
Proclamation 1081

1978
Ministry of Education and Culture, PD 1397
1982
created Ministry of Education Culture and Sports



1987
Department of Education, Culture and Sports, EO No.117



1994

CHED - Supervise tertiary degree programs
RA 7722

TESDA- non-degree technical vocational programs, RA 7796
Trifocal education System

DECS, elementary, secondary and nonformal education

TESDA, Post secondary, middle level manpower trainig and development

CHED, higher education
2001, AUGUST

RA 9155 DECS to DepEd

redefining the role of field offices


Goal :
Provide the school age population and young adults with skills , knowledge, and values to become caring, self reliant, productive and patriotic citizens.
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