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Congress and Educational Planning
Transcript of Congress and Educational Planning
Congressional and lawmakers’ interest is educational planning and management; and presents an
Ernesto A. Franco
Florencio Arica Jr.
CONGRESSIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS ON EDUCATION PLANNING
Report of 1991
"Making Education Work; An Agenda for Reform"
Senator Edgardo Angara
with vice chairman
Representative Carlos Padilla
Recommendations on Planning and Coordination
Improve the system and process of educational planning and assessment.
INTEGRATION AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL
To carry out this all-important imperative, two measures need to be in place.
Educational planning must be
, as well as our system of educational statistics, which must be
Provide sustained coordinative and advisory assistance for the executive and legislative branches.
National Education Statistics Office (NESO) under the National Statistics Office
Employment Planning Board (EPB) under the Department of Labor and Employment
years the council shall organize a secretariat for a multisectoral National Congress on Education, whose conclusions recommendation shall then serve as the
basis of policy
for legislative and executive consideration. The Council shall also constitute the secretariat to
assess education periodically.
PLANNING EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
Our mission-created universities have departments or divisions that go from kindergarten, elementary, secondary, then all the way to collegiate and graduate schools and research institutes.
Educational Institutions in the Philippines, notes Ernesto Franco , are
in many ways.
You will not find this situation in foreign universities.
Franco’s position is that any planning should include this psychological structure, the cultural style of graduates.
who own and run Korea’s largest business corporations tend to come from
Korean National University.
and the top Japanese conglomerates.
top Chinese businessmen come from the
Taiwan National University.
There is a one-ness in thinking, in action, and in the patriotic motives that guide the government policy-makers and those who manufacture and export business products around and globe.
“Now that is a planning challenge for the government and private educators. How to
plan an educational environment
that will make
leaders share the
for the poor, the
obsession for Filipino generations yet unborn,” Franco asserts.
1. From agricultural sector;Small farmers 2,400,000
Coastal fishermen 700,000
2. From industry sector;
Small/medium scale entrepreneurs 550,000
Small miners 80,000
3. From services sector:
Domestic help (foreign/local) 5,000,000
Sari-sari store owners 1,300,000
Family drivers 250,000
Jeepney/bus drivers 200,000
Pedicab drivers 50,000
Taxi drivers 25,000
Ambulant vendors 500,000
Service shopkeepers 150,000
Public market stallholders 350,000
Servicing New Students & Learners
The team of Franco has developed a number of education and training modules for what he calls the new students and learners who will form tomorrow’s huge learning population. He describes their numbers as follows;