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Establishing Special Education School in the Philippines

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Kane Sheena Ambong

on 12 October 2012

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Establishing Special Education Schools in the Philippines Kane Sheena D Ambong
Ruby Lyn O. Nuangay Chapter II of Title II of the Magna Carta for Disable Persons, RA 7277 Sec. 12 mandates that the "State shall take into consideration the special requirements of disabled persons in the formulation of educational policies and programs. Sec. 14 of RA 7277 "shall establish, maintain and support complete, adequate and integrated system of special education for the visually impaired, hearing impaired, mentally retarded persons and other types of exceptional children in all regions of the country." Problems and Concerns About Special Education in the Philippines Inadequate Special Education Services Throughout the Country Limited Facilities, Materials and Equipment for Systematic and Scientific Early Identification and Screening Procedure Early Intervention Program Is Not Sufficient Fast Turn-Over of Special Education Teachers Imbalance Between the Demand and Supply for SPED-Trained Personnel Lack of Coordination Among Government Agencies in the Provision of Programs and Services Dearth of Researches and Studies re Children with Special Needs SB No. 517, the Special Education Act of 2007
Senator Jinggoy Estrada there should be at least one Special Education Center for each school division, and at least three SpEd Centers for school divisions with Children with Special Needs (CSN) SB No. 2020 Special Education Act of 2008, introduced by Sen. Miriam Defensor Santiago. AN ACT ESTABLISHING AT LEAST ONE (1) SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTER FOR EACH SCHOOL DIVISION AND AT LEAST THREE (3) SPECIAL EDUCATION CENTERS IN BIG SCHOOL DIVISIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, DepEd Order No. 27, s. 1997 all divisions where required to organize at least one SPED Center to cater to children with special needs. DepEd also has Special Education Divison under its Bureau of Elementary Education.
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