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Journey in the Basic Education Curricula
Transcript of Journey in the Basic Education Curricula
The secondary school shall continue the unifying functions of elementary education by providing general education and shall seek to discover the varying abilities, interests and aptitudes of the youth, and offer courses in the different fields of productive endeavor according to the talents of the youths and in the light of community needs. It shall also initiate a program designed to develop community leadership.
Taking into consideration the economic needs of the country, the school must cultivate vocational efficiency which will help the students become effective members of their family and the community,For those who will continue in the colleges and universities the secondary school must offer courses to prepare the students for an effective study in the institutions of the higher education. 1946 - 1956 - General Education Curriculum Objectives of Elementary Education:
The elementary school should offer adequate education for our children to prepare them for democratic citizenship. It should give instruction in basic knowledge, develop basic skills and attitudes, and inculcate ideals necessary for the promotion of national solidarity, and for the development of the enlightened, patriotic, useful, and upright citizenry in a democracy. Giving emphasis to the culture, desirable traditions, and virtues of our people, it should prepare the child for effective participation in his community and for a better understanding of an expanding society. 1946-1988 Journey in Basic Education Curricula Reform Journey Timeline General
Curriculum 1957 Revised
Curriculum 2-2 Plan "57-72 1973 1946 College Preparation Curriculum
Vocational Curriculum Revised Secondary
Education Program Electives offered