Effective and affordable secondary education

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  • 1. Project EASE
  • 2.  In the Philippines, the problem of student dropping out in the public secondary schools is as serious as ever.
  • 3. Statistics show that out of every 56 students who finish Grade VI, only 43, or 77 percent, enter the first year high school.
  • 4. Statistics show that out of every 56 students who finish Grade VI, only 43 enter the first year high school. How many percent of students enter high school? a. 67% b. 77% c. 87%
  • 5. B. 77 %
  • 6.  A survey of some schools in Metro Manila and nearby provinces disclosed that the drop-out rate is higher in the first year than in any other year level. The survey also identified several reasons why students leave school.
  • 7. Among these are:  the inability to defray school expenses because of poverty;  distance of home from school;  part or fulltime job opportunities;  the concern to help augment family income;
  • 8.  physical disability;  boring or slow lessons which do not challenge bright students;  elopement or early marriage;  and being overage.
  • 9. Which of the following is NOT a reason why students leave school. a. boring or slow lessons which do not challenge bright students b. ability to defray school expenses c. elopement
  • 10. b. ability to defray school expenses
  • 11.  The Philippine education system has invested a lot of resources and efforts to minimize if not to eliminate inefficiency in delivering quality education to its clientele.
  • 12.  Yet, despite the magnitude of the resources committed to improve the quality of education for all, still the drop-out problem coupled with low academic achievement of pupils remain an insurmountable problem as ever.
  • 13. The drop-out problem coupled with low academic achievement of pupils remain an insurmountable problem as ever. In this sentence, what does insurmountable problem mean? a. A problem that can not be overcome b. A big problem c. An increasing problem
  • 14. a. A problem that can not be overcome
  • 15.  But the system does not provide any alternative to those who cannot come to school regularly, or must stay out of school because of personal, physical and socioeconomic reasons beyond their control.
  • 16. It is in this context that Project EASE: Effective and Affordable Secondary Education was developed.
  • 17. EASE is an acronym for Effective Affordable Secondary Education.  It is a secondary education program run by the Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) of the Department of Education (DepED) of the Republic of the Philippines. 
  • 18.   The program offers flexible time option to certain students who cannot report to class during certain seasons of the school year for various reasons. The program provides printed self-learning modules for students to use thereby allowing them to continue their lessons and classroom activities on their own convenient time.
  • 19. What does EASE in Project EASE mean? a. Effective Accessible Secondary Education b. Effective Accomplished Secondary Education c. Effective Affordable Secondary Education
  • 20. c. Effective Affordable Secondary Education
  • 21.  Its objective was to design and develop an alternative learning for students in socio-economic, geographical, and physical circumstances that are disadvantageous to their completing high school.
  • 22.  These circumstances include poverty,  employment,  family problems,  early marriage,  and physical disability.
  • 23.  Project EASE sought to provide distance learning system to high school students who cannot come to school regularly or must leave school temporarily because of circumstances beyond their control.
  • 24.  Additionally, it was envisioned that EASE should also cater to advanced students who find the conventional learning system too slow or boring and would like to study on their own, at their own place.
  • 25. More specifically, the following were the objectives of the project:  to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the instructional delivery system of the secondary school;
  • 26.  to extend the benefits of secondary education to a greater population, including the out-of-school youths and adults, than is presently reached by the conventional school system; and,
  • 27.  to develop a competency-based, environment-oriented curriculum that would equip the youths – the secondary school age population – with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for their active participation as economically productive, service-oriented, law-abiding citizens of the country.
  • 28. Complete the sentence. One of the Project EASE objective is to improve the effectiveness and ________ of the instructional delivery system of the secondary school. a. Efficiency b. Proficiency c. Availability
  • 29. a. Efficiency
  • 30. Complete the statement. Another objective of Project EASE is to extend the benefits of secondary education to a greater population, including _______________________, than is presently reached by the conventional school system. a. the out-of-school youths and adults b. the out-of-school youths and workers c. workers and adults
  • 31. a. the out-ofschool youths and adults
  • 32. Project EASE is available anytime during the course of the school year.
  • 33.  If you are certain about the time when you will be unable to attend regular classes, it is best that you inform your class adviser early in order to avail of Project EASE.
  • 34. If you are certain about the time when you will be unable to attend regular classes, who would you inform in order to avail of Project EASE? a. The school principal b. The subject coordinator c. The class adviser
  • 35. c. The class adviser
  • 36. Students who wishes to avail of Project EASE must meet the following qualifications:  Regular students who will be temporarily unable to attend regular classes;
  • 37. Passers of reading and writing ability tests in English and Filipino and the mathematical ability test;
  • 38. Passers of coping ability assessment.
  • 39. Complete the statement. In order to avail project ease, one must be a passer of ______ and ______ ability tests in English and Filipino and the mathematical ability test. a. reading, speaking b. speaking, writing c. reading, writing
  • 40. c. reading, writing
  • 41.  Project EASE is available nationwide. All interested parties may contact the DORP Coordinator at the nearest DepED Regional Office.
  • 42. The DORP Coordinator will direct the applicant to the nearest schools division where EASE is offered.
  • 43. If you are interested on Project EASE, you may contact the DORP Coordinator at where? a. the nearest CHED Regional Office. b. the nearest DepED Regional Office. c. the nearest TESDA Regional Office.
  • 44. b. the nearest DepED Regional Office.
  • 45.  Project EASE is intended for students who would otherwise drop out of school due occasional and seasonal demands of parental livelihood, work, and personal circumstances.
  • 46.  It is not a replacement for attending regular classes but a provision to add flexibility to the rigid time schedule of regular classes.
  • 47. Presented by: Kimberly Bedonia and Charlene Lindayag Thank you for your participation. God Bless!