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Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
Education commission report of 1991
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Education commission report of 1991

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  • 1. Education Commission Report of 1991 Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta BSED 4-B
  • 2. The Emergence The Joint Congressional Commission to Study and Review Philippine Education or EDCOM, was created in 1991 with the mandate to carry out its task within 12 months. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 3. Findings The EDCOM report in 1991 indicated that high dropout rates especially in the rural areas were significantly marked which was probably caused by inadequacy of preparation among the young children. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 4. Findings It also revealed the inadequacy of programs and the poor access to special education (SPED) brought about by the limited number of special schools and SPED center in the country. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 5. Findings It showed that the quality of Philippine education was continuously declining. This was attributed to two principal reasons: 1. Government was not investing enough in our education system, and 2. Our education establishment was poorly managed. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 6. Findings A more detailed findings was observed by the Phil. Congress regarding the weaknesses of the educational system: •Limited access to education by a large part of the population •Inadequate investments to teaching materials & learning resources in primary education institutions Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 7. Findings •Lack of curriculum upgrading •Industry coordination & market focus in the case of both tertiary & tech- voc. Institutions, which have resulted to job mismatch and poor job placement of graduates. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 8. The EDCOM Report in 1991 divulged the education situation of the Philippines which is deteriorating. Evidently, this was justified by the result of our Achievement Tests that is far beyond the target rating. Conclusion Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 9. Recommendations The EDCOM recommended more efficiency and more productivity from both our education budget and our education establishment. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 10. The Upshot Congress came up with a law creating the CHED , whose primary purpose is to regulate colleges & universities. Through its program promoting ‘national centers of excellence’, CHED is trying to encourage colleges & universities to develop special niches in certain areas of human knowledge which have a direct relevance to society & industry. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 11. Proposed Curriculum Enablers Elementary Level • Increase in the number of school, days per year by 8% (from 185 days to at least 200 days • Increase in the daily class time by 36% (from 220 minutes to 300 minutes Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 12. Proposed Curriculum Enablers Continuation…Elementary Level • Increase in study time for critical subjects such as English, Mathematics and Natural Sciences • Administration of the National Elementary Achievement Test (NEAT) to all Grade 6 pupils in all private schools in English, Mathematics and Natural Sciences Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 13. Proposed Curriculum Enablers Secondary Level • Increase in the number of school days in a year by 8% (from 185 days to 200 days) • Increase in the daily class time by 33% for natural science subjects and home economics (from 60 minutes to 80 minutes) Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 14. Proposed Curriculum Enablers Continuation…Secondary Level • Increase in the number of contact time for academic subjects by allowing individual schools for option to replace Values Education III and IV with either English, Mathematics or Natural Science Subjects. • Administration of National Secondary Achievement Test (NSAT) to measure achievement in English, Science & Mathematics Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 15. Proposed Curriculum Enablers Teacher Development • Professionalization of teachers and teaching through the creation of the National Teachers Board under the Regulatory Commission (PRC) which is tasked with giving periodic tests as prerequisite for licensing and certification of teaching competencies Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 16. Proposed Curriculum Enablers Continuation…Teacher Development • Creation of and clear career service paths for promotions and career planning for teachers and administrators • Improvement in teachers’ welfare and benefits Improvement and strengthening of pre-service service education Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 17. As one of the basis for K12 Congressional Commission on Education (EDCOM) Report (1991): If one year is to be added in the education program, it recommends one of two alternatives: Seven years of elementary education or Five years of secondary education. Prepared by: Trisha May Ara M. Anareta
  • 18. References • http://youedu.wordpress.com/2010/03/23/edcom- recommendation/ •http://olgasyscurriculum.blogspot.com/2011/05/refl ection-is-philippine-education.html •http://www.inquirer.net/specialreports/education/vie w.php?db=1&article=20080812-154040 •http://perj.wordpress.com/2010/12/07/the- enhanced-k12-basic-education-program-rationale/

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