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educational system during american occupation

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Gerald Eltanal

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Foundation Development in Curriculum Objectives: Educational System
American Occupation Development in Curriculum Subjects (Training) Students Brief History: by: Lakandula Group - To give people an orientation towards
a democratic way of life.

- To train the people in the art of self-government.

- To mold people's national character and develop their fullest intellectual capacity American Expeditioners forces were sent to the Philippines with a mission to destroy the Spanish Armanda in Manila Bay as part of the strategy to defeat the Spaniards in the Spanish-American War ranging at that time in Cuba.

The Americans won, and on the Treaty ofParis on December10,1898, the Philippines was ceded to the United State by the Spanish for the paltry sum of US$20million. -English as a medium of instruction.

Act. No. 74(1901)
- Public primary schools
- Thomasites August, 1903
- Pensionado programs 1904
- Intermediate schools Act. No. 372
- Maintenance of provincal High Schools 1908
- Higher Education 1910
- Superintendents to monitor the
private schools Mental Training Reading
English Conversation
Nature study
Science Body Training physical education
Hard word Filipino children
(Boys and Girls) - Every child from age of 7 was required to register in schools. Established Schools Public schools: Philippine Normal University Background The Philippine Normal University, then known as the Philippine Normal School (PNS), was founded on September 1, 1901 through Act No. 74 of the Philippine Commission as the first institution of higher learning organized during the American regime.

PNS was converted into the Philippine Normal College (PNC) on June 18, 1949. It became a full-fledged university on December 26, 1991 under Republic Act 7168.
For more than a hundred years since its founding in 1901, the University has been regarded as the premier institution for the training of teachers and educational leaders. At present, PNU has four provincial campuses in the country: in Alicia, Isabela; in Lopez, Quezon; in Cadiz, Negros Occidental; and in Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur.

To date, PNU is designated as the National Center for Teacher Education as mandated under Republic Act 9647 signed on June 30, 2009. University of the Philippines Background The University of the Philippines was founded on June 18, 1908 through Act No. 1870 of the Philippine Assembly. The UP was the result of the Secretary of Public Instruction, W. Morgan Schuster’s recommendation to the Philippine Commission, the upper house of the Philippine Assembly. Act 1870 authorized the Governor General to establish the University of the Philippines in the “city of Manila, or at any point he may deem most convenient.” The UP was to give “advanced instruction in literature, philosophy, the sciences and arts, and to give professional and technical training” to every qualified student regardless of “age, sex, nationality, religious belief and political affiliation.” University of Manila Background On October 5, 1913 , a group of four young men and a woman, with ages from fifteen to twenty-one met for breakfast at the Palma de Mallorca, a popular restaurant beside the Sto. Domingo Church in Intramuros, Manila. The five were Apolinario G. de los Santos , his brother, Mariano V. de los Santos , his sister, Maria de los Santos, and two friends Buenaventura J. Bello and Manuel Montilla. They were only college students then, who were more daring than their
contemporaries for they were determined to pursue their dream of putting
up a school suited to the needs of the Filipino youth. These impecunious young people, as they were called by the university
historian, encountered many challenges in realizing their dream of
establishing an institution whose motto was “Patria, Scientia, et Virtus.”
They named their school Instituto de Manila, after the city of their affection
and Apolinario G. de los Santos was elected as the first director of the school. Private Schools National University Background National University (NU) is a university in Manila, Philippines. Founded on August 1, 1900 by
Don Mariano Fortunato Jhocson, National University was hailed as the first private nonsectarian
school in the Philippines. It was established to serve the country by providing education for
deserving Filipino students.

It is a founding member of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) and is a
pioneer of the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities (PACU). Its international
affiliations and memberships include the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of
Higher Learning (ASAHIL) and the International Association of Universities (IAU). In the last quarter of year
2008, the SM Group of
Companies acquired majority
ownership of the National
UNIVERSITY Background On June 9, 1919, what would eventually be PWU opened its first classes as the Philippine Women's College. The vision of seven far sighted Filipino women - Clara Aragon, Concepcion Aragon, Francisca Tirona Benitez, Paz Marquez Benitez, Carolina Ocampo Palma, Mercedes Rivera and Socorro Maraquez Zaballero - the nascent university had an initial enrollment of 190 students. The goal was to prepare young Filipino women for a life of service and leadership. In 1932, thirteen years after opening, the college won university status, becoming known henceforth as the Philippine Women's University and thus the first university for women in Asia founded by Asians. Following evolving trends PWU started admitting male students in the 1970s and is now fully co-educational. Siliman University Background Silliman University (also referred to as Silliman or SU) is a private research university in Dumaguete, Philippines.9 Established in 1901 as Silliman Institute by the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, it is the first American private university in the country.10 The university is named after Dr. Horace Brinsmade Silliman, a retired businessman and philanthropist from Cohoes, New York who gave the initial sum of $10,000 to start the school. Starting as an elementary school for boys, the school expanded to become a college in 1910, acquiring university status in 1938. For the first half of the 20th century, Silliman was run and operated by Americans. After the Second World War Filipinos began to assume more important positions, culminating in the appointment of Silliman's first Filipino president in 1952. End
Presentation LAKANDULA GROUP Members: Eltanal, Gerald
Panagsagan, Zoe
Avila, Sarah Joy
Agon, Tiffany
Bautista, Christxia Marie
Capistrano, Jeddie submitted to: Prof. Tessie T. Sagadraca Filipino Nationalism
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