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Education in Spanish Era Education in Spanish Era Presentation Transcript

    • Formal educational system.
    • Primary level to the tertiary level of education.
    • The schools focused on the Christian Doctrines.
    • There was a separate school for boys and girls.
    • The wealthy Filipinos or the Ilustrados were accommodated in the schools.
    • Colonial education brought more non-beneficial effects to the Filipinos.
    • The first educational system for students in the country was established.
    • Provide school institutions for boys and girls in every town.
    • Spanish schools started accepting Filipino students.
    • 4. The Normal School was also established .
    • 5. The friars controlled the educational system during the Spanish times
    • 6. The missionaries took charge in teaching, controlling and maintaining the rules and regulations imposed to the students.
    • 7.The schools before were exclusive for the Spaniards. The Filipinos were only able to enter the schoo1 in the late 19th century.
    • The first established schools were exclusive for the boys.
    • The Augustinians built the first school in the Philippines situated in Cebu in 1565.
    • College was equivalent to a university during the Spanish regime.
    • The first college school for the boys was the "Colegio de San Ignacio" which was established by the Jesuits in Manila in 1589.
    • They also established the "Colegio de San Idelfonso" in Cebu in 1595.
    • In 1601, "Colegio de San Jose" was established.
    • In 1589, the "Escuela Pia" was entrusted by the government to the Jesuits.
    • The University of Santo Tomas opened in 1611 by the Dominicans.
    • The San Juan de Letran for the orphaned boys, in 1630.
    • "Colegio de Santa Potenciana" was the first school and college for girls. This was opened in 1589.
    • Colegio de Santa Isabel opened in 1632.
    • The religious congregations also established schools for the girls called "beaterio".
    • The friars were effective in evangelizing the Catholic religion to the Filipinos.
    • One major failure of the educational system of the religious congregations was the withholding of the Filipinos to learn other bodies of knowledge.
    • Education during the Spanish regime was privileged only to Spanish students.
    • Several educated Filipinos referred to as ilustrados began movements directed towards change in the system of government in the Philippines.