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State of Education in the Philippines 2012
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On March 28, DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro presented “The State of Education” to the members of the Philippine Business for Education. He …

On March 28, DepEd Secretary Armin Luistro presented “The State of Education” to the members of the Philippine Business for Education. He
emphasized the trifocalization of education in the Philippines between DepEd, CHED, and TESDA.

Sec. Armin discussed DepEd’s performance indicators, their change agenda, budget trends, resources, current initiatives, and strategic directions. The K + 12 Basic Education Program was identified as a flagship reform strategy. Also discussed were DepEd initiatives to address the shortage on classrooms, teachers, sanitation facilities, textbooks, and school seats. Apart from K + 12, DepEd has focused on adopting the indigenous people education framework,
strengthening the use of ICT in education, and implementing the five key reforms of the Basic Education Reform Agenda: a) school-based management; b)
national learning strategies; c) quality assurance and accountability; d) complementary interventions; and e) institutional culture change.

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  • 1. Annual Membership MeetingThe State of Basic Education It’s more than just K to 12 Keynote Speaker: Br. Armin Luistro FSCSecretary of the Department of Education
  • 2. The State of Basic EducationGaining Ground BR. ARMIN A. LUISTRO FSC Secretary Department of Education
  • 3. OUTLINEA. DepED in BriefB. Sector Performance vs. TargetsC. Change AgendaD. Budget TrendsE. ResourcesF. Current InitiativesG. Strategic Directions The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 4. THEDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 5. TRIFOCALIZATION OFEDUCATION DECS for basic TESDA for post- CHED for higher education secondary, middle-level education manpower training and development (RA 7722, May 18, 1994) (RA 7796, August 25, 1994) The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 6. R.A. 9155 Education Act of 2001The Governance of BasicFormally renamed DECS as the Department of Education and transferred “culture”and ”sports” to the National Commission for the Culture and the Arts and thePhilippine Sport Commission The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 7. R.A. 9155 Education Act of 2001The Governance of Basic Redefined the roles of different administrative levels of DepEd (central office, regional offices, division offices, district offices and schools) • Policy-makingCENTRAL • Standards-setting OFFICE • Resource generation REGIONAL • Enforcement of standards OFFICES (17) • Monitoring and quality assurance DIVISION • Instructional leadership OFFICES (199) • Administrative support to schools • Local resource generation DISTRICT OFFICES PUBLIC ES PRIVATE ES • Direct delivery of (2,437) (38,251) (7,613) quality education PUBLIC HS PRIVATE HS (7,274) (5,682) The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 8. VISION, MISSION, CORE VALUES VISION: By 2030, DepEd is globally recognized for good governance and for developing functionally-literate and God-loving Filipinos.MISSION: MANDATE: CORE VALUES:To provide quality basic Philippine Constitution Culture of Excellence, Integrityeducation that is accessible Basic Education Act of 1982 and Accountabilityto all and lays the Governance Act of Basic Maka-Diyosfoundation of lifelong Education (RA9155) Makataolearning and service for the Makabayancommon good. Makalikasan The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 9. WHERE WE ARE RIGHT NOW?PERFORMANCE INDICATORS The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 10. Performance IndicatorsParticipation Rate ELEMENTARY SECONDARY100% SY 2016-2017 PDP Target 93.34% SY 2016-201789.89% SY 2010-2011 PDP Target89.43% SY 2009-2010 59.86% SY 2009-2010 61.26% SY 2010-2011 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 11. KindergartenUniversal Pre-schooling for allP 2.3 billion FY 20112.05+ M Kinder enrolledSY 2012-2013 Enrolment1.7 M in public schools0.35 M in private schoolsKindergarten Curriculum for Madrasahbeing finalized for printing The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 12. KindergartenUniversal Pre-schooling for allRA 10157 Universal Kindergarten Education Law The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 13. KindergartenUniversal Pre-schooling for allBESRA KRT 2Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomes Reforms on Pre-service Teacher Education and Proposed curricula and pilot implementation design on the .. Early Childhood Education (ECE) ... The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 14. Performance IndicatorsKindergarten Enrolment and Participation Rate PDP Target 100% Enrolment 2011** 2.04 million Participation Rate Enrolment 2010* 91.67% 1.65 million Participation Rate 75.72% *Including Private Schools **Partial submissions from Private Schools The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 15. Performance IndicatorsALS Learners 218,071 210,726 100 154,549 75 148,795 120,741 54,219 106,140 50 25% 33,197 31% 25,487 25 21% 0 2008 2009 2010 Enlisted A & E Examinees A & E Test Passers % Passers over Examinees The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 16. Performance Indicators Cohort Survival Rate ELEMENTARY 86.76% SECONDARY 83.91% SY 2016-2017 SY 2016-2017 PDP Target PDP Target 75.39% 79.41% SY 2008-2009 74.38% 79.91% SY 2007-2008 SY 2010-2011 75.26% SY 2007-200873.43% SY 2009-2010 77.33% SY 2006-2007 79.73% SY 2008-2009SY 2006-2007 74.23% 78.44% SY 2009-2010 SY 2010-2011 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 17. Performance IndicatorsCohort Survival 100 100 100 75 76 76 50 65 66 68 58 51 25 42 0 1975 - 2004 2001- 2010 Grade 1 Grade 4 Elem graduates HS entrants HS graduates The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 18. 2011 1, 671, 227 2, 906, 189 2, 337, 300 2, 157, 418 1, 817, 549 1, 153, 6432010 1, 230, 088 2, 853, 917 2, 305, 626 2, 139, 938 1, 771, 904 1, 134, 5602009 1, 049, 950 2, 799, 300 2, 271, 209 2, 108, 757 1, 766, 847 1, 112, 537 K 1 2 3 6 10 (IV)
  • 19. Performance IndicatorsNational Achievement Test 75 MPS 68.15 PDP TargetElementary 68.01 MPS MPS 65.55 64.81 MPS MPS 59.94 MPSSY 2006- SY 2007- SY 2008- SY 2009- SY 2010- SY 2016- 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2017 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 20. Performance IndicatorsNational Achievement Test 75 MPS PDP TargetSecondary 49.26 MPS 47.93 MPS 46.64 46.71 MPS MPS 45.56 MPSSY 2006- SY 2007- SY 2008- SY 2009- SY 2010- SY 2016- 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2017 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 21. Performance IndicatorsSchool LeaversRate ELEMENTARYSY 2009-20106.28% SY 2010-20116.29% The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 22. Performance IndicatorsSchool Leavers Rate SECONDARYSY 2009-20107.95% SY 2010-2011 7.79% The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 23. Programs to Address Drop-outAlternative Delivery Modes•Modified In-School/Off-School Approach (MIS-OSA)•electronic Instructional Management byParents, Community, and Teachers (eIMPACT)•Alternative Learning Systems (ALS)•Drop-out Reduction Program (DORP)•Blended Learning/Open High School The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 24. OUR CHANGE AGENDA The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 25. Education for All Quality & Accessible Education For All K to 12 Basic Education Program Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda KRT 2: KRT 3: KRT 4: KRT1: Quality KRT 5: School-Based Teacher National Assurance & Organizational Management Education & Learning Accountability/ Development Development Strategies M&E BESRA as a package of reform initiatives considers K to 12 as the flagship reform strategy. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 26. K to 12to 12Imperative for K• Decongest the curriculum to improve mastery of basic competencies• Ensure seamlessness of primary, secondary, and post-secondary competencies• Improve teaching through the use of enhanced pedagogies (e.g. spiral progression in Science & Math) and medium of instruction• Expand job opportunities (by reducing jobs-skills mismatch) and provide better preparation for higher learning The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 27. K to 12Expectations Globally Competitive Learners Effective Efficient Schools and Teachers CLCs Supportive Competent Community School Heads The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 28. K to 12 of Basic Education Kinder plus 12 years 2 years of Senior Grade 12 (17 years old) New HS Year 6 High School Grade 11 (16 years old) New HS Year 5 Grade 10 (15 years old) New HS Year 4 4 years of Junior Grade 9 (14 years old) New HS Year 3 High School Grade 8 (13 years old) New HS Year 2 Grade 7 (12 years old) New HS Year 1 Grade 6 (11 years old) Grade 5 (10 years old) All schools must adhere to 6 years of Grade 4 (9 years old) the following standards: Elementary Grade 3 (8 years old) 1. Age requirement Grade 2 (7 years old) 2. Duration Grade 1 (6 years old) 3. CurriculumKindergarten Kindergarten (5 years old) The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 29. K to Implementation Plan Kinder plus 12 years of Basic Education Schematic 12 2011- 2012- 2013- 2014- 2015- 2016- 2017- 2018- 2019- 2020- 2021- 2022- 2023- 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024Grade 12Grade 11 Implementation of First batch of Grade 7 (HS Year 1) in senior highGrade 10 K to 12 curriculum schoolGrade 9 graduatesGrade 8 Grade 11 (HS Year 5) First batch implementation of K to 12Grade 7 graduatesGrade 6Grade 5Grade 4Grade 3Grade 2Grade 1 Implementation of Grade 1Kinder in K to 12 curriculum The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 30. K to 12Curriculum Model Academic Grades 11-12 • Science, Math, English, Contemporar Specialization (New HS Years 5-6) y Issues and Specializations Technical-Vocational Specialization Grades 9-10 • Core Learning Areas plus elective TLE (New HS Years 3-4) Sports and Arts Specialization Grades 7-8 • Core Learning Areas and exploratory TLE (New HS Years 1-2) Offers tracks that lead to specializations in • Core Learning Areas; Mother Tongue until Grade 3; Science starting Grade Academics, Tech- Grades 1-6 3; Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan starting Grade 4 Voc, and Sports & Arts Kindergarten • Learning Domains The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 31. BUDGET TRENDS The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 32. Budget AllocationPDP Policy/StrategyReaffirm the highest priority for basic education as a right that should be enjoyed byall Filipinos The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 33. Budget Allocation P 238.8 billion FY 2012 P 207 billion FY 2011 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 34. Resources Perspective DepEd Budget as a Percent of GDP, Obligation Basis 1993-20113.5 3.2 3.23.0 3.0 2.9 2.7 2.8 2.8 2.72.5 2.5 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.2 2.1 2.32.12.0 2.0 2.01.51.00.50.0 Source: MTEF Dr. R. Manasan The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 35. Resources Perspective Figure 2. DepEd Expenditures Per Pupil, 1993-2009 (in pesos)10,000 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 Nominal per pupil Real per pupil in 2000 prices Source: MTEF Dr. R. Manasan 39 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 36. RESOURCES The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 37. ClassroomsINVENTORY456,067 SHORTAGE 66,800 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 38. ClassroomsINVENTORY516,946 15,000 FY 2012 8,924 FY 2010 & 2011 SHORTAGE 5,9216,955 On-going 30,000 FY 2012 - PPP The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 39. Partnership with LGUsBuild more schools in cooperation with LGUs To date, a total of 19 LGUs have signed counter-parting agreements with DepEd Total funding of P1,284,942,292.00 1,483 classrooms The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 40. Teacher ItemsINVENTORY510,629 SHORTAGE 99,628 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 41. Teacher ItemsINVENTORY598,609 25,450 FY 2010 & 2011 SHORTAGE 13,000 11,648 FY 2012 49,530 LGU-Funded The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 42. Sanitation FacilitiesINVENTORY316,112 SHORTAGE 135,847 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 43. Sanitation FacilitiesINVENTORY353,763 SHORTAGE12,651 98,196 FY 2010 & 2011 25,000 FY 2012 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 44. Textbooks SHORTAGE ZERO 2011 PROCUREMENT 62.441 M The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 45. School Seats EXCESS 1.2 M Seats 1.3 M Seats FY 2010 & 2011 2.5 M Seats FY 2012 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 46. CURRENT INITIATIVES The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 47. Stakeholder Participation  P 4 Billion School Building Fund Public  Ten Moves  Education Summits  Adopt-A-School-ProgramPartnership Private  Brigada Eskwela  Official Development Assistance Guidelines for CSO participation in Organi- Planning, Budgeting, Plan Execution Civil Society zation and Monitoring of PAP implementation formulated The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 48. Stakeholder ParticipationDunong GulongUNTVKinder on WheelsCong. Herrera-DyKariton Klasrum Dynamic Teen Company The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 49. National IP FrameworkDepEd Order No. 11, s. 2011Adopting the NationalIndigenous Peoples (IP)Education Policy Framework• To meet EFA Targets and MDG• Mother tongue• Culture-responsive education and infrastructure798,033 IP students enrolled in 2010 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 50. Reaching the Unreached• Children in conflict with the Law• Children in Areas of Conflict/Disaster• Children with Disabilities• Street Children, Out-of-School Children & Youth• Children & Youth in IP Communities The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 51. ICTComputerization ProgramDepEd in EducationDepeD Internet Connectivity Program P1.8 B FY 2012 1,500 laptops 7,000 internet connection 3,700 PC packages The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 52. ICTComputerization Program | DepeD Internet Connectivity ProgramDepEd in Education7,274 public high 10 networked PCs 1 server PCschools 1 printer428 no computer lab 1 network switch3,107 for connection 1 modem 38,251 public 1 interactive whiteboard 1 PC as shared computing elementary schools server 1,716 w/ e-Classroom 7 thin client PCs packages 1 printer 1 LCD projector 1 modem The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 53. ICT Initiatives• Unified Information System• Basic Education Information System• Human Resource Information System• Learner Information System• Asset Management System Web Central The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 54. ICT Initiatives• Learning Resource Management Development System• Geographical Information System and School Mapping• Unified Web Interface Web Central The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 55. Strategic Directions  StrengtheningUnreached/Underserved MGImprove access  Reaching the of Special Education and  Expansion of Alternative Delivery Modes and A&Eto Basic Program  Strengthening of Tech Voc Education ProgramsEducation  Implementation of Pro-Poor Policies  Continue partnership with DSWD for the 4PsImprove quality  Implementation of the Enhanced K to 12 Basic Education Programof learning and  Provision of appropriate supplementary materials, equipment and toolsmanagement  Retooling of teachers and education managers Acceleration of the School-based Management System  Reviewing the role of assessment The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 56. Strategic DirectionsStrengthen  Full implementation of ICT supportsystem of data system (EBEIS, SIS, HRIS, AMS, UIS)collection and  Strengthen internal systems and processesgovernance  Pursue anti-corruption efforts  Develop Strategy Framework for Civil SocietyStrengthen Organizations (CSO) engagement in EducationPartnerships  Strengthen Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)  Maximize Local Government contributions through Special Education Fund The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 57. ICT4E and PDPPDP Policy/Strategy… expand the use of ICT in technology-based student learning packages to enhancethe teaching-learning approach in basic education (e.g., indexing of curriculumconcepts and competencies for systematic development of e-learning materials) The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 58. Education is Everyone’s ConcernEND The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 59. BACK UP SLIDES
  • 60. BASIC EDUCATION SECTOR REFORM AGENDABESRA The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 61. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONPDP Policy/StrategyAccelerate the implementation of the Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda’s fivekey reform areas towards the attainment of the goals of EFA and the MDGs: (a)school-based management (SBM); (b) national learning strategies; (c) qualityassurance and accountability; (d) complementary interventions; and (e) institutionalculture change. The SBM system shall be fully operationalized to ensure directaccess to resources of public schools as a means of achieving educationaldevolution and decentralization; The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 62. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONKEY REFORM THRUSTSKRT 1 Get all schools to continuously improveKRT 2 Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomesKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomesKRT 4 Improve impact on outcomes from complementary early childhood education, alternative learning systems and private sector participationKRT 5 Change institutional culture of DepED to better support these key reform thrusts The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 63. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONKRT 1 Get all schools to continuously improve 1. Appoint full-fledged school heads to all schools or cluster of schools 2. Provide school grants 3. Improved downloading of school Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses 4. Schools or cluster of schools to meet school based management (SBM) criteria The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 64. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONKRT 2 Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomes 1. Operationalize Testing and Development (T&D) System Framework for the National Competency Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS)-based In Service Training (INSET) 2. Adopt the Teacher Competency Based Performance Appraisal System 3. Inventory of INSET by DepEd and other service providers, and The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 65. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONKRT 2 Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomes 4. Reforms on Pre-service Teacher Education and Proposed curricula and pilot implementation design on the Multilingual Education (MLE), Early Childhood Education (ECE), Indigenous Peoples (IP), Muslim Education, and Alternative Learning System (ALS) in the Teacher Education Curriculum for Pre-Service Education The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 66. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes 1. Curriculum Reform: K to 12 Basic Education Program 2. Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTB- MLE) Strategic Plan 3. Madrasah Education Program 4. Indigenous Peoples Education Program 5. Alternative Learning System 6. Implement a Learning Resource Management and Development System The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 67. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONKRT 4 Improve impact on outcomes from complementary early childhood education, alternative learning systems and private sector participation 1. Capacity Building Program 2. Installation of a Quality Management System 3. Quality Education Planning 4. Quality Control (Monitoring and Evaluation) The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 68. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATIONKRT 5 Change institutional culture of DepED to better support these key reform thrusts 1. Restructuring of DepEd: Rationalization Plan 2. Systems and Processes 3. Resource Mobilization and Management 4. Loan and Grant Agreement Covenants The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 69. TEN-POINT BASIC EDUCATIONAGENDA The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 70. TEN-POINT BASIC EDUCATIONREFORM AGENDA 1. A 12-year basic education cycle 2. Universal pre-schooling for all 3. Establish the Madaris Education as a sub-system in the current education system 4. Re-introduce technical and vocational education in public high schools 5. Every child a reader by Grade 1 6. Improve science and mathematics 7. Expand government assistance to private education 8. Use of mother-language instruction 9. Better textbooks 10.Build more schools in cooperation with LGUs The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 71. K to 121. A 12-year basic Education Cycle The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 72. K to 121. A 12-year basic Education CycleKinder The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 73. K to 121. A 12-year basic Education Cycle And Grade 7 (1st Year HS) New Curriculum for Grade 1 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 74. K to 121. A 12-year basic Education CycleBESRA KRT 3Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Curriculum Reform: K to 12 Basic Education ProgramPDP Policy/StrategyEnsure that the structure and program of formal basic education, within theframework of Kindergarten to 12 Years (K+12) Basic Education Program, areadequate and sufficiently responsive to: meet legal and other formal requirementsof employment; pass the test of global comparability and prepare students foremployability and for higher levels of learning; and reinforce career consciousnessamong students, and provide guidance and counselling throughout the K+12 BasicEducation ProgramBalance the demands of globalization through a locally-adapted/ indigenizedcurricula that promote and preserve indigenous knowledge … responsive to theneeds of the global community, while minimizing brain drain, encouraging brain gainand protecting the Filipino family from the social costs of migration; The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 75. Madrasah Education3. Establish the Madaris Education as a sub-system in the current educationsystemRevised Elementary Madrasah Curriculumin SY 2011-2012Instructional materials finalized forprintingSecondary Madrasah Curriculum on finalstagesInstructional learning materials for Islamic Values, English andArabic Translations being developed.371,361 students enrolled in Madrasah in 2010 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 76. Madrasah Education3. Establish the Madaris Education as a sub-system in the current educationsystemBESRA KRT 2Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomes Proposed curricula and pilot implementation design on ... Muslim Education ...BESRA KRT 3Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Madrasah Education ProgramPDP Policy/StrategyMake education and training truly inclusive and expand opportunities for lifelonglearning through: … (d) strengthened Madrasah, education of IPs, and othervulnerable groups;Strengthen social cohesion and solidarity (i.e. unity in diversity) among the differentethnolinguistic groups and faith communities in the country … The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 77. Technical-Vocational Education4. Re-introduce technical and vocational education in public high schools 282 tech-voc high schools P241.5 million downloaded for repair, rehab and upgrading of tech-voc schools P419.4 million in 2011 for new multipurpose laboratory workshops 317,460 students enrolled in Tech-Voc high schools in 2010 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 78. Technical-Vocational Education4. Re-introduce technical and vocational education in public high schoolsPDP Policy/Strategy… strike a strong balance between technology and livelihood education on bothelementary and secondary levels … The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 79. Reading5. Every child a reader by Grade 1P8.5 millionRegions 1, 3, 4-A, 5, 6, 11, CAR and NCR• Set-up Regional Reading RecoveryCenters• Training for Teachers• Advocacy Campaign• Database Management• Learning Materials The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 80. Science and Math Education 6. Improve science and mathematics 100 special science elementary schools198 public highschools under ESEPESEP - Engineering ScienceEducation Program The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 81. Science and Math Education6. Improve science and mathematicsPDP Policy/StrategyAlign the pedagogy of science and mathematics education with the requirements ofthe global environment … The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 82. GASTPE7. Expand government assistance to private education 757,000 1,000,000 2011 2012 Grantees Government Assistance to Students and Teachers in Private Education The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 83. MTB-MLE Mother Tongue-Based Multi-Lingual Education8. Use of mother-language instruction Luzon• For Kinder to Grade 3 •Tagalog •Iloko• Training of Trainers •Pangasinanfrom 17 regions •Kapampangan •Bikol Visayas Mindanao •Waray •Meranao •Cebuano •Maguindanaoan •Hiligaynon •Tausog •Chavacano The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 84. MTB-MLE Mother Tongue-Based Multi-Lingual Education8. Use of mother-language instructionBESRA KRT 2Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomes Proposed curricula and pilot implementation design on Multilingual Education (MLE)...BESRA KRT 3Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Mother Tongue Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) Strategic PlanPDP Policy/StrategyEnhance learning efficiency in the early grades through the use of the mothertongue as the language of learningStrengthen social cohesion and solidarity (i.e. unity in diversity) among the differentethnolinguistic groups The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 85. Textbooks9. Better textbooks Continuing efforts to improve the screening and selection of textbook evaluators Orientation seminars for developing textbooks and teacher’s manuals for public school use. Participation of 40 civil society organizations, local government units, Parent-Teacher Associations, other civic and church organizations, institutions, and foundation in the National Textbook Delivery Program The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 86. National IP FrameworkBESRA KRT 3Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Indigenous Peoples Education ProgramPDP Policy/StrategyMake education and training truly inclusive and expand opportunities for lifelonglearning through: … (d) … education of IPs … The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 87. BESRAKEY REFORM THRUSTS The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 88. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 1 Get all schools to continuously improve Full-fledged School Heads to • 700 Principals created in 2010 all schools/cluster of schools • 100 Principal and 300 school head items proposed in 2011 School grants • 44,847 beneficiary schools as of SY 2011 • P 1.08 B total disbursed School Maintenance and • Improved downloading of school MOOE from 73% last Other Operating Expenses September 2011 to 76% in December 2011. School/clusters meeting • SBM TWG members initiated the review of the SBM School Based Management assessment process (tools/timelines) last December 27-29, criteria 2011 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 89. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 2 Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomes Operationalization of the • 94% of schools nationwide (elementary and secondary) have Training and Development administered the Teachers Strengths and Needs Assessment Framework for the National (TSNA) Competency Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS)-based In Service Training (INSET) Adoption of the Teacher • The full one school year cycle of the CB-PAST will be piloted in Competency-based selected Divisions in the Visayas and Region III on the 3rd Performance Appraisal quarter of 2012. System (CB-PAST) Inventory of INSET by DepEd • To be aligned with the TSNA e-consolidation tool and and other service providers integrated in the Training and Development Information System (TDIS) and Learning Resource Management Development System (LRMDS). The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 90. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 2 Enable teachers to further enhance their contribution to learning outcomes • Reforms on the Pre-Service • On-giong writing of the report from the Teacher Education Teacher Education Council’s (TEC) research on the impact of the Teacher Induction • Proposed curricula and Program (TIP) conducted by the Teacher Education Institutions pilot implementation design (TEIs) on Multilingual Education • Also aligned with other curriculum reforms such as MTB-MLE (MLE), Early Childhood and K to 12. Education (ECE), Indigenous Peoples (IP), Muslim Education, and Alternative Learning System (ALS) in the Teacher Education Curriculum for Pre-Service Education The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 91. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Curriculum Reform: K to 12 • The K to 12 curriculum framework, as well as the curriculum Basic Education Program standards and competencies for all learning areas have been developed and approved. • The corresponding time allotment for the learning areas for Grades 11 and 12 have also been identified. • Regional Pre-Summit conferences were conducted in 4 clusters in 2011(December 5, 7, 9, 12) • The Proposed bills has been approved by the Congress in November 2011. • The implementation of the K to 12 Program will be phased to make the country’s education system at par with international standards. • Under this program, Universal kindergarten was offered in SY 2011-2012. The new curriculum for Grade 1 and Grade 7 (High School Year 1) shall be implemented from SY 2012-2013 onwards. Senior high school shall be initially simulated in selected schools in SY 2012-2013 and shall be introduced in SY 2016-2017 for Grade 11 and in SY 2017-2018 for Grade 12. The first batch of students shall graduate from the Program in 2018. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 92. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Mother tongue-based • Currently developing the modules on MTB-MLE for K to 12. Multilingual Education • Issued DepED order no. 16, s. 2012 Guidelines on the Strategic Plan Implementation of the Mother-Tongue • 921 schools all over the country pioneered the MTB-MLE for Grade I. •Tools for the MTB-MLE Assessment program were prepared and will be used to validate/assess Regional Coordinators. • Instructional materials in major languages (Tagalog, Ilokano, Pangasinense, Bikolano, Kapampangan, Hiligaynon, Bisaya & Waray) have been developed. • Training to build a pool of trainers representing the 17 regions to form part of the regional training team who in turn will train the grade I teachers. • The regional trainers trained 2,100 grade 1 teachers across 17 regions. • 921 schools all over the country pioneered the 12 languages The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 93. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Madrasah Education • Madrasah curriculum for both Kindergarten or Tahderriyah and Secondary level is completed. Curriculum guides have been developed. • Issuance of DepEd Order no. 40, s. 2011 Amendment to DEPED Order no. 51, S. 2004 (Standard Curriculum for Elementary Public Schools and Private Madaris) • As of December 2011, 378 Teacher I items were created of which 118 Asatidz were hired. • 59 Private Madaris (with 6,286 pupils) were able to receive financial assistance equivalent to P5,000 per student per year. Ocular inspection of the private Madaris schools are conducted prior to granting of financial assistance The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 94. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Indigenous Peoples • Issuance of DepED Order no. 62, s. 2011 National Policy Education Program Framework on IP Education • Issuance of DepED Order no. 103, s. 2011 Creation of an IP Education Program Office in all levels • DepED through the collaboration of OPS-RSD with the SWS Group conducted and completed a Baseline Survey in 9 regions and 24 divisions (PRIME target regions and divisions) with IPs. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 95. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Alternative Learning System • 281 Mobile Teachers (MTs) hired in 2010 (total is 2,281) • Implemented the Unified ALS Contracting Scheme and funded Basic Literacy Program, Accrediation and Equivalency Programs and the Balik-Paaralan Para sa Out-of-School Adults. • Sought inclusion of ALS learners under the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (PPP) with DSWD. • 35 Basic Literacy Learning Materials (BLLM) evaluated • 33 BLLM transformed into Braille in coordination with the Philippine Center for the Blind • 21 ALS learning materials were developed by selected tribal leaders, elders, language experts and members in 7 IP groups (Buhid, Hanunuo, Alangan, Bangon, Iraya, Tadyawan, & Taubuhid) in Occidental & Oriental Mindoro. Each IP site developed 1 Literacy Primer, 1 Basic Literacy Learning Material, and 1 Ancestral Domain Sustainable Development Program for their communities. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 96. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 3 Increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes Implement a Learning • DepED Order No. 76 s.2011 "National Adoption and Resource Management Implementation of Learning Resource Management System" Development System was issued on October 4, 2011. • At present, 2,471 learning resources are uploaded in the LRMDS portal Capacity Building Programs • TSNA Tool was developed and administered to Monitoring and Evaluation Teams (M&E) which will assess the M&E Skills of Regions and Divisions • Piloted in regions under the Philippines Response to Indigenous Peoples and Muslim Education (PRIME) are the Capacity-building on Tool Development and Survey Administration. This will also be rolled-out nationwide The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 97. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 4 Improve impact on outcomes from complementary early childhood education, alternative learning systems and private sector participation Install Quality Management • Draft proposal for the Module 1 on Project Monitoring and System Evaluation System (PMES), Grant Information System is for review. Quality Education Planning • FGDs for the integrated planning system design from School to National is on-going focused on aligning the said system with K to 12 • The Regional-based M&E Plan Adjustment or MEPA is currently piloted at the PRIME-target areas with a plan to roll- out nationwide beginning 2nd quarter of 2012 The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 98. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 4 Improve impact on outcomes from complementary early childhood education, alternative learning systems and private sector participation Quality Control (Monitoring • DepEd’s Outcomes Framework for review and Evaluation) • On-going development of an Impact Evaluation proposal on Muslim Education Initiative is on-going (using PRIME funds) • On-going discussion with 3ie (International Initiative for Impact Evaluation) on the Impact Evaluation of SBM is on- going. Grant facility will be provided by the 3ie. • Conducted M&E field visits by the CO, Regional and Division M&E Teams in PRIME and non-PRIME regions. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 99. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 5 Change institutional culture of DepED to better support these key reform thrusts Restructuring • Issuance of DepED Memo no. 271, s. 2011 Reconstitution of (Rationalization Plan) the Change Management Team • The Plan restructuring for the Regions and Divisions was completed while the Plan for the Central Office is on-going. • Major outputs of the study sessions is the identification of 4 KRAs (Curriculum and Instruction, Quality, Governance and Operations and Finance and Administration). • Consultations with Civil Service Commission and DBM is on- going. • Target submission of the Rationalization Plan of DepED to DBM is in April 2012. Systems and Processes • Final draft on Strategy Map, Measures Profile and Strategic Interventions were presented to EXECOM The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 100. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 5 Change institutional culture of DepED to better support these key reform thrusts Resource Mobilization and • Engaged technical assistance from AusAID (PDP-Australia) last Management 05 February 2012 to develop within 5 months the Financial Management Information System (FMIS) strategic design. • The Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) between and among DepED-DILG-DBM on the use of special education fund (SEF) awaits concurrence from DBM. One of the provisions of the JMC is the use of the school improvement plan (SIP) as basis for resource allocation and reporting process on SEF utilization. • 42% of schools are participating in the Pantawid pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps). • Under 4Ps ≈PhP 988M is committed for the following: construction of 1,452 classrooms and hiring of 600 teachers. • Developed an Open High School Program (OHSP) for private high schools under the GASTPE Program for SY 2012-13. DepED will convene a State Council Assistance (SAC) in March 2012 for the approval of the OHSP and increasse tuition subsidy to PhP6,500 per year. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 101. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 5 Change institutional culture of DepED to better support these key reform thrusts Resource Mobilization and Management • NEDA Board has approved the Private-Public Partnership (PPP) for School Infrastructure Project. Under this initiative 9,332 new classrooms are to be constructed in Regions I, III and IV-A under a Build-Lease-Transfer contract for 10 years. The Invitation to Pre-Qualify to Bid was published in January 2012. Next batches of classroom construction for Vis-Min regions will also be bidded this year. • Partnerships with Civil Society Organizations (CSO) such as Bayanihang Eskwela, Textbook Watch, checkmyschool.org, and mystreetphilippines, are continuously forged by DepED particularly in the delivery of basic education inputs. • DepED with possible assistance from ADB is studying the implementation of PPP for school construction and the delivery of the Senior High School Program under the K to 12 Reform. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 102. BESRA SECTOR REFORM AGENDABASIC EDUCATION ACCOMPLISHMENTSKRT 5 Change institutional culture of DepED to better support these key reform thrusts Loan and Grant Agreement • Accounting Division already submitted the 2010 Central Covenants Office financial transaction to World Bank. The consolidated report will be submitted to WB by 31 March 2012. • Submitted to WB the 2010 Annual Audited Report in September 2011. • Independent validation of 2010 SBM Grants completed through the engagement of the Philippine Institute of Development Studies led by Dr. Jose Ramon Albert. The report of PIDS was also forwarded to World Bank. • Complied and submitted to WB the 2010 Internal Audit Report last September 2011. The State of Basic Education: Gaining Ground | March 28, 2012 | The Tower Club, Makati City
  • 103. Annual Membership MeetingThe State of Basic Education It’s more than just K to 12 Keynote Speaker: Br. Armin Luistro FSCSecretary of the Department of Education

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