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EVOLUTION OF PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

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Transcript of EVOLUTION OF PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

PROGRAMS
BEAT THE ODDS-STRONG REPUBLIC
ERAP para sa MAHIRAP
Education is Everyone's Concern
FIDEL V. RAMOS:JUNE 1992-JUNE 1998
GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO
$1.25
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
PROGRAMS
CORY AQUINO:FEB 1986-JUNE 1992
The Enhanced K-12 Program

BENIGNO "NOYNOY" AQUINO III
EVOLUTION OF PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM
RA 6655
Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988
RA 6728
Government assistance to students and teachers in private education (GASTPE)
PRODED
Program for Decentralized Educational Development

aimed to reduce the disparity in allocation of educational resources and services
Educational Service Contracting Scheme
decongest public secondary schools by “contracting” the excess capacities of private high schools through the provision of subsidies for students who, otherwise, would have gone to the public high schools

Education Voucher System
aims to decongest the overcrowded public high schools by awarding vouchers to students in DepEd-identified priority areas

Teacher Salary Subsidy
ESC participating school teachers who have updated licenses from the Professional Regulation Commission are entitled to the P12,000 a year subsidy
Adoption of
Education for All
(EFA)

institutionalization of early childhood care and development

universalization of quality primary education

eradication of illiteracy

continuing education and development

The Congressional Commission on Education, popularly known as EDCOM, with its report in 1991, recommended the following, among others:
division of DECS into the Department of Basic Education
(DPE)
, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
(TESDA)
, and Commission on Higher Education
(CHED)

establishment of
Teacher Education Center of Excellence
; professionalization of teachers

Technical-Vocational Education reform.

The Dropout Intervention program

The Accelerated Learning Program for Elementary Schools (ALPS) – to address the needs of the gifted and the disabled

Productivity enhancement of education project (PEEP) for rural barangay folk

Implementation and formulation of Values Education Framework

The Mobile Text Schools

Project IMPACT – Instructional Management by Parents, Community and Teachers

Republic act 7323- provided that students aged 15-25 can work during Christmas and summer vacations
RA-7687 in 1994
The Science and Technology Scholarship Law
RA 7686
The Law on Dual-Tech Training of 1994


a training modality that combines theoretical and practical training. It is called dual training because learning takes place alternately in two venues: the school or training center and the company or workshop
RA 7731
An Act Abolishing The National College Entrance Examination
RA 7796
TESDA
RA 7722
CHED
RA 7784
Law establishing Centers of Excellence in Teacher Education
RA 7743
Establishing municipal libraries and barangay reading centers
RA 7877
Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995
RA 8491
Code of the national flag, anthem, motto, coat of arms and other heraldic items and devices
RA 8496
Philippine Science High School System
RA 8525
Adopt-a-school program
Salary Standardization Law

Presidential Commission on Educational Reform (PCER)
the task of the PCER is to come up with a "budget-feasible" program of reforms and policy recommendations on education, including proposals to be submitted to Congress.
Proposed the one-year pre-baccalaureate system

Required
Masters degree
for teaching in college

Return to English as medium of instruction
Restoration of the GMRC (Good Manners and Right Conduct) curriculum
Upgrading of the Maritime Education Standards
Use of Lingua Franca or vernacular in Grade 1
Rationalization of the
moratorium period
of the creation and conversion of
state colleges and universities (SUCs)

LADDERIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM
Basic Education Curriculum (BEC) in 2003
Increased of basic salary of teachers: Teacher 1- P9,939.00 to
P18,198.00
beginning 2009
During President’s Arroyo’s watch, annual investment in educational resources rose nearly
four times
, from less than P7 billion in 2000 to over
P24 billion in 2009.
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo signed the Executive Order No. 358 in September 15, 2004 which mandates
TESDA and CHED
to develop and implement a
unified
national qualifications framework that establishes equivalency pathways and access ramps for easier transition and progression between TVET and higher education.
Enhanced K-12 Program
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