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THE LEGACY OF EDUCATIONAL REFORMS
Transcript of THE LEGACY OF EDUCATIONAL REFORMS
THE LEGACY OF EDUCATIONAL REFORMS
EASING THE TEXT BOOK BACK LOG
Some 10 million copies of textbooks have already distributed by the Department of Education in 19,000 public elementary and secondary schools nationwide.
CONSTRUCTING MORE SCHOOL BUILDINGS
increase budgets for education from just P114 billion in 2002 to P 185.4 billion in 2009. With the increased funding for classroom construction by the government, private sector, and multilateral partners, a total of 102, 033 classrooms were built from 2001 to 2009.
IMPLEMENTING THE BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM (BEC)
The revised BEC has been implemented since June 2002 and now focuses on the five learning areas of English,Science, Math, Filipino,and Makabayan, from the previous eight per grade? year level.
The teaching of science has been given an extended time allotment from 300 minutes to 400 minutes each week to promote culture of science among students. The number of hours of Mathematics laboratory has likewise been increased.
IMPROVING TEACHER WELFARE
The DepEd has succeeded in improving teacher welfare y cleaning up its automatic payroll deduction systems(APDS) For teacher with loans.
The Commission on Election ( COMELEC) would start the computerization of the tabulation and counting of ballots in 2004 national elections, thus sparing public school teachers from this tedious task and preventing them from being involved in politics.
SPARING PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS FROM THE " VAGARIES OF POLITICS"
Pres.Benigno C. Aquino III
Brother Armin Luistro - the secretary the Department of Education, is the man
behind educational reform.
Pnoy's Legacy in Reforming Education
K to 12 Basic Education Program
* Strengthening Early Childhood Education ( Universal Kindergarten)
- At 5 years old , children start schooling and are given the means to
slowly adjust to formal education.
* K to 12 Visual Chart
From grades1-3 the medium of instructions used are Mother Tongue, Filipino and English.
In Grades 4-6 English and Filipino are used as the primary medium of instruction.
* Subjects are taught from the simplest concepts to more complicated
concepts through grade levels in spiral progression.
* Gearing up for the future ( Senior High School)
- Senior High School is two years of specialized upper secondary
students may choose a career track based on aptitude, interest,
and schools capacity.
- the3 choice of career track will define the content of the subjects
a student will take in Grades 11 and 12. These subjects under
either the Core Curriculum or Specific Career Pathways.
- There are six subjects under this. These are Humanities, Languages
( English/Filipino), Math, Philiosophy, Science, and Social Sciences.
-Current content from some General Education subjects re
embedded into SHS curriculum.
* Career Pathways
- Each student in Senior High School can choose among five tracks: Business and Entrepreneurship; Humanities and Social Science, Science, Technology, and Engineering, Sports, and Technical- Vocational.
- Students undergo On-the-Job Training (OJT) or immersion, which may include earn-while-you learn opportunities, to provide them relevant exposure and actual experience in their chosen track.
TVET( Technical Vocational Education and Training)
- After finishing Grade 10, a student can obtain Certificates
of Competency ( COC) or a National Certificate Level I ( NC I)
-After finishing a Technical-Vocational track in Grade 12 , a student may obtain a National Certificate Level II ( NC II), provided he/she passes the competency-based assessment of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), NC I and NC II improves employ ability of graduates in fields like Agriculture, Electronics, and Trade.
College and Livelihood Readiness
- Nurturing the holistically developed Filipino ( College and
Livelihood Readiness, 21 st century skills)
- After going through kindergarten, the enhanced Elementary and Junior High Curriculum, and a specialized Senior High program, every k to 12 graduate will be ready to go into different paths-may it be further education, employment ,or entrepreneurship.
Every graduate will e equipped with:
1. Information, media and technology skills;
2. Learning and innovation skills;
3. Effective communication skills, and
4. Life and career skills.
-Between Year 2010 and 2014, the DepEd budget will nearly double, from P174.8 billion to a whopping P 336.9 billion.
-DPWH promptly costumed the job to build 9,000 63-sqm classrooms ( for two million students) to the private sector under so-called Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program so that 66,800 classrooms ill be build by the end of 2013.
-DepEd will bid out the printing of additional years of high school at the rate of five textbooks per student.
1. Tony Lopez. The Manila Times.July 15, 2013,10:38 p.m.
ARTLYN A. VILLAVELEZ