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  • 1. DECENTRALIZATION Defined as the transfer of decision-making authority closer to the consumer or beneficiary.
  • 2. Why pursue decentralization in the Philippines? • • • • Poor quality of education Shortfalls in classrooms Shortfalls in textbooks and teachers Low achievement in science, math and language • Disparity in rural and urban areas in terms of achievement • Declining participation of the private sectoral
  • 3. Subjects outcomes Fact s Aims Improveme nts
  • 4. • The reforms were implemented after project preparation was undertaken. • Focused on the elementary levels, respectively. • The PRODED was funded with a loan from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).
  • 5. The sectoral program aimed to reduce disparities in elementary education among and within the regions.
  • 6. To raise the overall quality and efficiency of elementary education.
  • 7. To improve the management capabilities of the system, especially at the regional and sub regional levels.
  • 8. technology Science Reading math writing
  • 9. Mechanism and structures needed for the efficient implementation of reforms have given priority.
  • 10. Competencies of those involve in curriculum development and implementation are upgraded regularly.
  • 11. Lessons learned from the reform implementation are providing useful baseline information for future reform and development programmed.
  • 12. The curriculum is continuously undergoing refinement to ensure its relevance to changing needs and demands.
  • 13. The ongoing basic education curriculum review has provided for more in depth indigenization/localization of the curriculum and integration of information technology or multimedia resources in the teaching-learning process.
  • 14. Benchmarking has provided valuable and reliable data about school and student performance.
  • 15. •Strengthening school calendar •Bilingualism •Integration of human rights
  • 16. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever Hebrew 13:8
  • 17. Thank You For Listening!!

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