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MANUAL OF REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Transcript of MANUAL OF REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS
MAJOR PROGRAMS IN BASIC EDUCATION
IV. RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN BASIC EDUCATION
ARTICLE II. BASIC EDUCATION
MANUAL OF REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Section 1. Title
This Manual shall be known as the 2009 Revised Manual of Regulations For Private Schools in Basic Education.
Section 2: Coverage
This manual shall apply to all private educational institutions in basic education except as otherwise provided herein.
Section 6: Coverage
Basic Education shall have three (3) main programs: elementary, secondary and alternative learning system.
Organization of Classes
A. No teacher shall have a load of more than 360 minutes of actual teaching per day unless required in the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) provided however that any load in excess of 360 minutes of actual teaching per day shall be given additional overtime pay of at least 25% of the regular pay w/c may be increased by the CBA.
B. The maximum daily time for
classroom teaching is suggested
to be 300 minutes for Grades I, II,
and III, 360 minutes for Grade IV, V
and VI for regular classes.
Teacher L is doing great in teaching his Grade V students but one thing that students doesn't like about her is dismissing the class late. The class is scheduled from 7 A.M-11AM but dismissing them at 12 PM. Do you think Teacher L violate a rule from the Manual?
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION CURRICULUM
The basic learning areas included in the elementary curricula are the ff:
Edukasyon sa Kagandahang Asal at Pag-uugali, Filipino, English, Science and Health, Mathematics, Heograpiya, Kasaysayan at Sibika, EPP, Musika at Sining.
Section 20. Ownership of Private Schools
ESTABLISHMENT OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Educational institutions, other than those established by religious groups and mission boards shall be owned solely by citizens of the Philippines or corporations or associations at least sixty per centum (60%) of the capital of which is owned by such citizens. The Congress may however require increase Filipino equity participation in all educational institutions.
Prohibition on the Establishment of Schools Exclusively for Aliens and on the Composition of Aliens
No educational institutions shall be established exclusively for aliens and no group of aliens shall comprise more than one-third (1/3) of the enrollment in any school. However, said prohibitions shall not apply to schools established for foreign diplomatic personnel and their dependents and unless otherwise provided by law, for other foreign temporary residents.
C. ESTABLISHMENT OF BRANCH AND NIGHT CLASSES; CLOSURE OF SCHOOLS
Guidelines for the Operation of Night Classes
42.1 Night School classes should be operated only in schools that operate recognized/authorized day classes.
42. 2 They should be operated only in schools with adequate lighting facilities in the classrooms and the school premises. The school should provide maximum security measures for students, teachers and school administrators.
Section 54. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
The person charged with the overall administration and management of each private school shall be known as President, Rector, Director, or Principal or such other title as may be provided for in the organization thereof. As chief executive officer of the school, the President, Rector, or Principal shall be recognized as the school heads in relation to the Secretary or his duly authorized representative.
Section 55. QUALIFICATIONS OF THE SCHOOL HEAD
The school head must be a Filipino citizen, possess at least a master's degree or professional license requiring at least a bachelor's degree; have adequate teaching experience, managerial competence and technical expertise in school management, or have a background of demonstrated service and competence in his previous field of endeavor, and be of good moral character.
Section 56. QUALIFICATIONS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE PRINCIPAL
The principal in the elementary and secondary levels shall hold a master's degree and should have at least five years of relevant teaching or of administrative experience.
The principal shall assist the school head in the attainment of the objective of elementary or secondary education, and his functions and responsibilities explicitly stated by the school.
Section 57. POWERS
The school head shall have the responsibility of:
* executing and implementing the policies and general plans laid down by the governing board of the private school and implementing the reasonable rules and regulations of the Department.
Section 58. TERM OF OFFICE AND CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT OF SCHOOL HEAD
The term of office, compensation, benefits, and other conditions of employment of school head of each private school, including his assistants, if any shall be defined in and secured by a contract or appointment, which shall be the subject of agreement by and between the parties in consonance with law and the rules and standards of the school.
Section 59. QUALIFICATIONS OF SCHOOL SUPERVISORY OFFICIAL
1. Principal of kindergarten, elementary school- master of arts in education, or equivalent, with three years of successful teaching experience in the elementary grades or equivalent.
2. Principal of secondary schools- master of arts in education, or equivalent with three years of successful teaching experience in the high school or equivalent.
Section 63. SUSPENSION OR REMOVAL OF SCHOOL HEAD
1. Hiring of a teaching personnel to teach in the pre-school, elementary or secondary course who did not pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)
2. Selling tickets to teachers and/or students
3. Collecting or charging unauthorized tuition and other fees which are not approved by the Department.
4. Operating the school without permit or recognition from the Department.
5. Using for the school a curriculum which does not contain the minimum competencies required by the Department.
6. Failure or refusal to comply with the reasonable rules, regulations and orders of the Department.
7. Notoriously disgraceful or immoral conduct.
Section 67. PROBATIONARY PERIOD; REGULAR OR PERMANENT STATUS
A probationary period of
not more than three years
in the case of the school teaching personnel and
not more than six months
for non-teaching personnel shall be required for employment in all private schools. A school personnel who has successfully undergone the probationary period herein specified and who is fully qualified under the existing rules and standards of the school shall be considered permanent.
Section 74. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS OF A SCHOOL TEACHING PERSONNEL
The school teaching personnel in pre-school, elementary and secondary level of basic education in all private schools shall possess appropriate educational qualifications and must pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers.
A. The minimum educational qualification for school teaching personnel in the kindergarten and elementary levels shall be a bachelor's degree in education.
The school teaching personnel in the secondary level of instruction shall have the following minimum educational qualifications:
1. For academic subject- a bachelor's degree in education, or equivalent, or a bachelor of arts, with such additional number of professional education subjects as may be required, to teach largely in their major or minor fields of concentration.
2. For vocational subjects- a graduate of any bachelor's degree, with knowledge of the vocational courses to be taught.
G. REMUNERATION AND COMPENSATION
Section 93. PAYMENT OF SALARY
The salaries of school personnel in all private schools shall be
paid in cash
, or its equivalent in checks, cashable in the locality where the school is situated as may be agreed upon by the school administration and the school personnel concerned.
The payment of salaries shall be effective
at least once every two weeks or twice a month at intervals of not exceeding sixteen days,
and shall be paid directly to the school personnel or his duly authorized representative at the proper office of the school.
H. HOURS OF WORK AND TEACHING LOAD
Section 97. REGULAR HOURS AND TEACHING HOURS
The regular hours of work of school personnel in all private schools shall not exceed eight (8) hours a day.
Section 98. HOURS WORKED
Hours worked in private schools shall include:
a. All time during which a school personnel is required to be on duty or to be at a prescribed workplace or assignment.
b. All time during which he is suffered of permitted to work.
of short duration
during the working hours of each day shall be counted as hours worked.
Section 99. MEAL PERIOD
Subject to regulations as may be promulgated by the Secretary, it shall be the obligation of the administration of every private school to afford school personnel
not less than sixty minutes
time-off each day for regular meal.
Section 100. OVERTIME WORK
Work in excess of eight hours a day in a private school may be performed by any school personnel, provided that he ois paid for overtime work and
equivalent to his regular salary
plus at least twenty-five (25) percent
Section 101. REST DAY
It shall be the duty of every private school to provide school personnel a rest period of not less than twenty-four (24) consecutive hours for every seven consecutive days. The school shall determine and schedule the weekly rest day of its school personnel.
I. RETIREMENT AND OTHER BENEFITS
Section 108. RETIREMENT BENEFITS
Any school personnel may be retired upon reaching the retirement age established in the rules and policies, collective bargaining agreement, or other applicable employment in each private school. In case of retirement, the school personnel shall be entitled to receive such benefits as he may have earned under existing laws or school rules and policies, or applicable collective bargaining or other agreements.
Section 109. STUDY LEAVE
Any school teaching personnel may be granted a study leave for such period as may be necessary to enhance his professional qualification, and the period availed of shall be counted for seniority and retirement purposes, subject to the rules and policies of the school.
Section 110. OTHER BENEFITS
All school personnel shall be entitled to such other benefits provided by law, in addition to those that may be authorized under the rules and policies of the private school.