Legal foundation of education in the philippines

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Legal foundation of education in the philippines

  1. 1. Historical and Legal Foundation of Education in the Philippine
  2. 2. Pre Spanish• Survival • Informal • Show and tell• Conformity education • Observation• Enculturation • Practical training • Trial and error • theoretical • imitation trainingAims Types Methods
  3. 3. Spanish period• To promote • Formal education • Dictation Christianity • Religious education • Memorization• Promotion of Spanish • catechism • Moro-Moro/cenaculo language • Doctrine • Theater presentation• Imposition of Spanish • Vocational course cultureAims Types Methods
  4. 4. Learning School Higher academic Institution Colegios boys– Colegio de san Ignacio (1589), Colegio de Sta. Rosario UST (1611) Beaterios (girls)- Colegio de Sta Isabel (1632), Beaterio de San Potenciana (1594) DominicanFranciscan Jesuits
  5. 5. Produced First Grammar•Juan •Francisco Quiñones Blanca de San JoseArte Y Arte y Regia deVocabulario de al Lengua TagalaLegua Tagala
  6. 6. Revolutionary RepublicGeneral E. Aguinaldo Decalogues of A. Mabini goal love of Educationcountry and of God
  7. 7. American Period Taft Commission- organize Civil Government Albert Todd- General Superintendents of Public School. Office of superintendents of public instruction• To teach • Formal education • Socialized democracy • First public school recitation• Preparation to rule • English language • Participation Philippines • democracy • Debate • Game/playingAims Types Methods
  8. 8. Education Act of 1901 act 1974Phil Commission established Department of public school Instruction THOMASITES teacher– soldier who taught Filipino during theirtime.4 year primary---3 year intermediate4 year high school1-2 year junior college or 2-4 year programJohn Dewy philosophy1901 Bureau of Private School
  9. 9. MONROE SURVEY COMMISSION 1925AIMS OF EDUCATION Training of self government Provision of English Language ascommon language
  10. 10. Commonwealth Period• Develop moral character • Same as American • Memorization• Civic conscience period • C.A.T.• Vocational efficiency • Recitation• Preparation for incoming • Socialized recitation independenceAims Types Methods
  11. 11. E. O. No. 17Quezon codes of Ethics
  12. 12. E. O. No. 134 Tagalog basic National LanguageE. O. No. 263 Teaching utilizing Filipino Language in senior
  13. 13. Education Act 1940Commonwealth Act 586 Abolished grade seven Established double single session inthe elementary.-One teacher divided class into two.-Morning and afternoon.-Class start from June to March instead ofJuly to April
  14. 14. Commonwealth Act No. 117 Placed all teachers underCivil Services Rules andregulation.C. A. No. 587Status of Principal andsupervisors, teacher andprofessors
  15. 15. C.A. no. 80legal bases for adult education training adults aims to prepare for the coming independenceof New Filipino Nations
  16. 16. Japanese period• Eradicate old idea • Niponggo language • Stressed dignity of reliance on • Vocational training of manual labor western nations • Health education • Emphasis voc.• Love of labor agriculture Ed.• Military trainingAims Types Methods
  17. 17. Order No. 2War time educationobjectiveit was February 17, 1942
  18. 18. Third Republic For democracy• Promotion of equal • Formation of • RESTATEMENT OF education presidential NATIONAL opportunities for all commission to survey DEVELOPMENT GOAL Philippine education AND EDUCATION BAESED ON THE RESULT OF PCSPE REALIGNMENTAims PCSPE OF GOALS
  19. 19. R.A. No. 416 June 18, 1949Converted Philippine National School to Philippine Normal CollegeR.A. No. 139 Board of textbooks for publicR.A. No. 4670 Magna Carta For Public School TeachersR.A. No. 6054 Barrio High School
  20. 20. R. A. No. 1124 Board of National Education R. A. No. 1968 Abolished Special EducationR. A. No. 4007 Abolished matriculation , Nationalized elementary educationE.O. No. 202Marcos: President Commision to Study Phil. Education (PCSPE)R. A. No. 6132Constitutional convention under Macapagal Arroyo
  21. 21. The New Society PROCLAMATION 1081—SEPT. 21, 1972 Educational revolution• Peace & order,• Land reform• Economic • Love of country development • For national • Teaches duties of• Development of moral citizenship values development • Develops moral character• Government • Self – discipline science reorganization and technology and vocational efficiency• Employment and manpower development Types Aims• Social servicesPLEDGES
  22. 22. P. D. 6-APCSPE for national DevelopmentP. D. 25 s. 1974Bilingual EducationP. D. 1006Considered teacher as professional and teaching asprofessionB. P. 232 act 1982Providing establishment of an integrated system ofeducation ( Formal and non formal )
  23. 23. Fourth Republic– Cory Aquino People power at Edsa – February 25, 1986 • Division of DECS• Drafted by 50 co • Fundamental • Basic Education • Tesda ass. To justice Aims Of • CHED Cecilia Muños Education in the • Establishment of Teacher Educ, Center of Excellence• Ratified February Philippines • Professionalization Act of Teachers 2, 1987 • TechVoc reform1987 Sec 3-2 Article XIV 1987Constitution Consti.. EDCOM
  24. 24. DECS ORDER NO.6 s. 1988-- RamosTeaching values in New Elementary(NESC) an Secondary Curriculum (NSSC)1989-1990 UNDER PRODED, SEDPVALUESSeparate subject
  25. 25. CODES OF ETHICS FOR PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS Pursuant to R.A . 7836 known as Philippine Teachers Professionalization Act of 1994 PREAMBLETEACHERS ARE DULY LICENSED PROFESSION ALS WHO POSSESS DIGNITY AND REPUTATION WITH HIGH MORAL VALUES AS WELL AS TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE. IN THE PRACTICE OF THEIR NOBLE PROFESSION, STRICKLY ADHERE TO OBSERVE AND PRACTICE THIS SET OF ETHICAL AND MORAL PRINCIPLES, STANDARDS ,AND VALUES
  26. 26. ARTICLE 1 SEC 2SCOPE AND LIM ITATIONS ALL educational institution shall offerquality education for all Filipino citizens. Scope shall apply to all schools in thePhilippines including persons performingsupervisory and administrative functions
  27. 27. ARTICLE II SEC 8 2-8TSteTEACHER AND THE STATE SHOOL ARE NURSERIES OF FUTURE CITIZENS TEACHER IS A TRUSTEE OF CULTURAL ANDEDUCATIONAL HERITAGE OF NATION ENCULTURATE AND ELEVATE HERITAGE ANDMORALITY PROMTE NATIONAL PRIDE, LOVE OF COUNTRY,INSTILL ALLEGIANCE TO CONSTITUTION AND OBEDIENCETO LAWS OF STATE
  28. 28. ARTICLE III SEC 8 3-8TComTEACHER AND THE COMMUNITY TEACHER==INTELECTUAL LEADER, DERICTORINITIATOR AND PROJECTS IMPLEMENTOR A COUNCILOR AN ACHIEVER SHALL MAINTAIN HARMONIUOS PERSONAL ANDOFFICIAL RELATIONS WITH OTHER PROFESSIONAL, ANDGOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
  29. 29. ARTICLE IV SEC 5 4-5TProfTEACHER AND THE PROFESSION maintain nobility and dignity of theprofession continue professional growth andproductivity globally
  30. 30. ARTICLE V SEC 7 5-7TTng ComTEACHER AND THE TEACHINGCOMMUNITY Imbued professional loyalty, mutual confidence, faith in one another, self sacrifice for the common good and full cooperation with colleagues
  31. 31. ARTICLE VI SEC 6 6-6THAutorityTEACHER AND THE HIGHERAUTHORITY IN THE PROFESSION it is teacher duty to support andhonest to the policies of school andadministration refrain in transacting illegally
  32. 32. ARTICLE VII SEC 5 7-5SoTOPerSCHOOL OFFICIALS, TEACHER AND OTHERPERSONNEL show courtesy ands helpfulness to oneanother exhibit cooperation and responsibility forthe system of all levels
  33. 33. ARTICLE 8 SEC 9 8-9TLTEACHER AND THE LEARNER DISCUSS THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OFTEACHER TO ALEARNER RECOGNIZE INTEREST AND WELFARE OFSTUDENTS DEALS WITH SUDENT JUSTLY ANDIMPARTIALLY
  34. 34. ARTICLE 9 SEC 3 9-3TParTEACHER AND THE PARENT MAINTAIN CORDIAL RELATIONSHIP WITH PARENT INFORM THEM OF STUDENT PROGRESS SEEK COOPERATION FOR PROPER GUDANCE OFTHEIR CHILDREN HEAR PARENT COMPLAIN WITH SYMPATHY AND UNDERSTANDING.
  35. 35. ARTICLE 10 SEC 3 10-3TBUSTEACHER AND BUSINESS LEGITIMIZES INCOME GENERATINGBUSNESS PROVIDED NOT AFFECTTEACHER WORKS MAINTAIN GOOD REPUTAION ANDRESPECT ON FINANCIAL MATTERS
  36. 36. ARTICLE XI 11TasPTEACHER AS A PERSON MAINTAIN DIGNIFIED PERSONALITYWHETHER IN SCHOOL, HOME, ELSEWHERESERVE AS A MODEL AND LEADERS
  37. 37. ARTICLE XIIDISCIPLINARY ACTION REVOCATION OF LICENSED,REPRIMAND, SUSPENSION,CANCELLATION OF PERMIT
  38. 38. MAGNA CARTA FOR PUBLIC SHOOL TEACHERSCREATED BY R. A. 4670 ON JUNE 18, 1966 PROMOTES WELL BEING AND SAFEGUARDS OF TEACHERS INPUBLIC SHOOL.PROMOTION OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERSSOCIAL AND ECONOMIC STATUSLIVING AND WORK CONDITIONTERMS OF EMPLOYMENTCAREER PROSPECT
  39. 39. IMPORTANT1. RIGHT AGAINST TRANSFER WITHOUT TEACHER CONSENT2. MARRIED BOTH TEACHER BE EMPLOYED IN SAME LOCALITY WHEN POSSIBLE3. ENJOY ACADEMIC FREEDOM AFTER PROF..DUTIES AD CLASSROOM METHOD4. RIGHT TO ADDITIONAL COMPESATIO IN EXCESS OF 6 HOURS, HARDSHIP ALLOIWANCE, RETIREMENT PROMOTION MATERNITY, PATERNITY CLOTHING, CHALK, PRODUCTIVITY5. FREE PHYSICAL AND MEDICAL EXAMINATION TREATMENT, HOSPITALIZATION6. ONE YAR STUDY LEAVE WITH PAY = 60% OF SALARY AFTER SEVEN YEARS OF SERVICE SEC 247. ONE RANGE SALARY RAISE UPON RETIREMENT
  40. 40. R. A. 7610 anti child abuseR. A. 7079 campus JournalismR. A. 7323 employment for deserving poor studentduring off classR. A. 7722 cHEDR. A. 7731 College entrance examinationR. A. 7743 public libraries and reading centers R. A. 7784 centers of teacher excellence R. A. 7796 TESDA of 1994
  41. 41. R. A. No. 7797Lengthening of the school calendarR. A. No. 7836Licensure Examination for Teacher abolished PBET pd 1006R. A. No. 7877Anti-Sexual HarassmentsR. A. No.8525Adopt a school Act of 1995
  42. 42. R. A. No. 8546Biak na bato declared as historical shrineR. A. No. 8491Flag and heraldic Code of the PhilippinesR. A. No.8370Childrens Television actR. A. No.8049Hazing
  43. 43. R. A. No. 8492National Museum Act 1998R. A. No. 8545Assistants for students and teacher of private schoolR. A. No.9155Governance for basic education, free and compulsory education for hs andElem.R. A. No.7880Fair and equitable access to education for all
  44. 44. R. A. No. 8047Book publishing industryR. A. No. 7104Commission on Filipino language actR. A. No. 7356Nat’l commission for culture and artsR. A. No.9163NSTP programme
  45. 45. P. D. 6-A repealed B.P. 232Educational Development decree of 1972P. D. No. 907Eligibility to all honor graduate to enter civil sreviceMEC Order No. 22 s. 1978Order to offer Filipino for every courses.Mec Order No. 34 s.1980Impediment or obstruction of students right to attend his classes
  46. 46. MEC Order No. 57 S. 1981Right to organizationMEC Order No. 44 S. 1983Revised procedure for determining Elementary graduate as 1st, 2nd and 3rdhonorDECS Order No. 9 s. 1992Guidelines for selecting high schooll honor as valedictorian..DECS Order No. 30 s. 1993NATDECS Order No. 38 s. 1994NSAT
  47. 47. IPRA 8371- indigenous people right act Protecting indigenous people. Creating NCIP- National commission on indigenous people. Act 1997House Rule No. 2361Anti bullying Act for children
  48. 48. Thank you! Prepared by: Mr. Boyet B. Aluan

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