1. Naninindigan pa rin po tayo sa
ipinangako nating pagbabago sa
edukasyon: ang gawin itong sentral na
estratehiya sa pamumuhunan sa
pinakamahalaga nating yaman: ang
mamamayang Pilipino. Sa K to 12,
tiwala tayong mabibigyang-lakas si
Juan dela Cruz upang mapaunlad—
hindi lamang ang kanyang sarili at
pamilya—kundi maging ang buong
~Pangulong Benigno Simeon C. Aquino
2. Sec. Fr. Armin
3. The Improved
• It provides assistance to poor public
schools in far-flung areas.
• It also conveys that academic
institutions are essential part of the
The Shift to Schoolbased management
• It improves the administration of school
The introduction of
System (ALS) and
• A great way to convert a school to
become ‗customer-driven‘ is to offer
these educational innovations.
• Ladderized education, Diploma courses
5. Adopt a School
• Each Filipino can have the opportunity to enjoy his right to
• The government allots the biggest share of the national budget
to public basic education
• Greater Opportunities
• One of the components of the OBE is the convergence
of government agencies so that all concerns associated
with school opening are taken into account.
DepEd Rationalization Plan
•The Rationalization Plan only covers non-teaching
staff in the Central Office, Regional Offices, and
Schools Division Offices. Schools are not included.
Republic Act 8525 or the
Adopt-A-School Act, enacted
in 1988 for the very purpose
of providing a venue for the
strong and dynamic private
sector to participate in
investments in the education
of Filipino children.
interventions to reduce
student dropouts and keep
the youth off the streets.
EDUCATION is the key to
7. Go! Education
 Greater Opportunities!
Education is a program to
bring the advocacy of
education reform closer to
1. Curriculum Enhancements
through the K to 12 Education
2. Provision of Sufficient
resources to Eliminate Basic
Education Input Gaps
3. Improvements to Quality of
Teachers and Teaching.
The annual Operation BalikEskwela (OBE) and Public
Assistance Station (PAS)
address the problems that
usually crop up during school
opening and see to it that
school children are in their
respective classrooms and
buckling down to lessons at the
first day of the school year.
 This will
ability of the
respond to the
Tools for FiveYear
A Day in
12. Expansion of
CWA and CLD
Training in the
in Handling and
Special Needs in
Program for the
13. Program Support Group
The PSG is usually run to go through
your child‘s Individual Learning Plan
(ILP). You will review, modify and/or set
goals for the classroom and
home. Input will be from your child‘s
aide, teacher, Speech Pathologist, other
Specialists if applicable and home.
14. Drop-out Reduction Program
it is an intervention program to reduce
the high dropout rate and improve
learning outcomes in public and private
schools of the country, using formal,
non-formal and informal approaches.
15. Alternative Learning System
A and E / PEPT Exams
A & E Examination [Acceleration
from H.S. to Year Level or College]
 PEPT Examination [Acceleration
from Elem. to High School]
16. What is K to
17. WHAT IS THE K TO 12 PROGRAM?
18. Salient Features
19. IMPLEMENTATION AND TRANSITION
20. TRANSITION FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS
21. ACHIEVEMENTS AND PLANS
22. FREQUENTLY ASKED
K to 12 Concerns:
Where will the additional two years be
Why are we implementing 12 years of
basic education and not 11 years?
What would be the assurance that K to 12
graduates will be employed?
23. Transition Management and Further
What will happen to colleges and
universities during the initial nationwide
implementation of Senior High School in
SY 2016–2017 and SY 2017–2018?
How will DepEd recruit enough teachers
for SY 2016-2017 onwards?
How will K to 12 affect the college
What will happen to the curriculum? What
subjects will be added and removed?
Will students choose specializations or
will this be determined by assessment?
What will happen to special schools such
as science high schools, high schools for
the arts, trade schools, etc.?
25. Teachers &DepEd Non-teaching Staff:
Will teachers be burdened by additional
teaching load due to the K to 12
Will teacher salary increase as a result of
the K to 12 Program?
How will teachers be prepared for the K
to 12 Program?
DepEd lacks resources to address its
current input shortages. With K to 12
and its added resource needs, how will
this be addressed?
27. Ensuring Sustainability of the Program:
How will the government ensure the
effectiveness of the K to 12 Program?
28. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10533
AN ACT ENHANCING THE PHILIPPINE
BASIC EDUCATION SYSTEM BY
STRENGTHENING ITS CURRICULUM
AND INCREASING THE NUMBER OF
YEARS FOR BASIC EDUCATION,
APPROPRIATING FUNDS THEREFOR
AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
29. IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS
OF THE ENHANCED BASIC EDUCATION ACT
Pursuant to Section 16 of Republic Act No. 10533,
entitled “An Act Enhancing the Philippine Basic
Education System by Strengthening Its Curriculum
and Increasing the Number of Years for Basic
Education, Appropriating Funds Therefor and for
Other Purposes,” otherwise known as the “Enhanced
Basic Education Act of 2013,”approved on May 15,
2013, and which took effect on June 8, 2013, the
Department of Education (DepEd), the Commission
on Higher Education (CHED), and the Technical
Education and Skills Development Authority
(TESDA), hereby issue the following rules and
regulations to implement the provisions of the Act.
30. REPUBLIC ACT NO.
Act of 2013
31. SECTION 1
This Act shall be known as the
―Enhanced Basic Education Act of
32. SECTION 2
Declaration of Policy.
The State shall establish, maintain and
support a complete, adequate, and
integrated system of education.
33. SECTION 3
Basic education is intended to meet
basic learning needs which provides
the foundation on which subsequent
learning can be based.
34. SECTION 4
Enhanced Basic Education
The enhanced basic education program
encompasses at least one (1) year of
kindergarten education, six (6) years of
elementary education, and six (6) years
of secondary education, in that
sequence. Secondary education
includes four (4) years of junior high
school and two (2) years of senior high
35. SECTION 5
The DepED shall formulate the design
and details of the enhanced basic
36. SECTION 6
Curriculum Consultative Committee.
There shall be created a curriculum
consultative committee chaired by the
DepED Secretary or his/her duly
authorized representative and with
members composed of, but not limited to,
a representative each from the CHED, the
TESDA, the DOLE, the PRC, the
Department of Science and Technology
(DOST), and a representative from the
business chambers such as the
Information Technology – Business
Process Outsourcing (IT-BPO) industry
37. SECTION 7
Teacher Education and Training.
(a) In-service Training on Content and Pedagogy
(b) Training of New Teachers
(c) Training of School Leadership
38. SECTION 8
Hiring of Graduates of Science,
Engineering and Other Specialists
in Subjects With a Shortage of
Qualified Applicants, TechnicalVocational Courses and Higher
Education Institution Faculty.
39. SECTION 9
Career Guidance and Counselling
Not with standing the provisions of
Section 27 of Republic Act No.
9258, otherwise known as the
―Guidance and Counselling Act of
40. SECTION 10
Expansion of E-GASTPE Beneficiaries.
The benefits accorded by Republic Act
No. 8545, or the ―Expanded
Government Assistance to Students
and Teachers in Private Education Act‖,
shall be extended to qualified students
enrolled under the enhanced basic
41. K to 10 Subjects
Senior High School
Senior High School Core
Senior High School
42. “Bear in mind that the wonderful things
you learn in your schools are the work of
many generations, produced by
enthusiastic effort and infinite labor in
every country of the world. All this is
put into your hands as your inheritance
in order that you may receive it, honor
it, add to it and one day faithfully hand
it to your children. Thus do we mortals
achieve immortality in the permanent
things which we create in common.”