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O R G A N I Z A T I O N S O F A L T E R N A T I V E L E A R N I N G S Y S T E M ( A L S)

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  • Staffing the Office of the Secretary at the Central Office are: Five service units Three bureaus Which provide assistance in policy, standard and program formulation related to curriculum instructional materials and human resource development These are Bureau of Elementary Education (BEE), Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) and Bureau of Alternative Education (BAE) Six centers Provide technical and administrative support toward the department’s vision These are NETRC, HNC, NEAP, EDPITAF, NSTIC and IMCS As mentioned in the last slide, the field offices consists of regional offices, divisions, districts and schools here are the figures again There are also special offices and other attached support agencies to the department such as the Technical Education Council (TEC), Philippines High School for the Arts, Literacy Coordinating Council (LCC) and the Instructional Materials Council (IMC). [click] [click] [click] [click] [click]
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    • 1. Alternative Learning System Group III Presentor
    • 2. SPECIAL OFFICES UNDER OSEC 1. CENTER FOR STUDENTS AND CO-CURRICULAR AFFAIRS 2. EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY UNIT 3. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPECIAL CONCERNS OFFICE 4. SPECIAL EVENTS UNIT 5. DETEXT ACTION CENTER 6. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION UNIT 7. SCHOOL SITES TITLING UNIT OTHER ATTACHED AGENCIES 1. TEACHER EDUCATION COUNCIL 2. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS COUNCIL 3. LITERACY COORDINATING COUNCIL 4. PHILIPPINE HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS 5. NATIONAL BOOK DEVELOPMENT BOARD 6. NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN’S TELEVISION ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SERVICE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT SERVICE PLANNING SERVICE TECHNICAL SERVICE *Including 21 interim divisions **SY 2005-2006 NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TESTING AND RESEARCH CENTER SCHOOL HEALTH & NUTRITION CENTER PROCUREMENT SERVICE NATIONAL EDUCATORS’ ACADEMY OF THE PHILIPPINES NATIONAL SCIENCE TEACHING INSTRUMENTATION CENTER INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS COUNCIL SECRETARIAT EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IMPLEMENTING TASK FORCE BUREAU OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION BUREAU OF SECONDARY EDUCATION BUREAU OF ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM O FFICE OF THE S ECRETARY REGIONAL OFFICES (17) SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICES (188*) SCHOOLS ELEM. SEC. PUBLIC 37,161 4,915 PRIVATE 4,788 3,372 SCHOOL DISTRICT (2,364**) Organizational Chart OVERVIEW OF THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM As of Dec. 2007
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      • One of the most important initiatives in Non Formal Education in the Philippines in the last 10 years is the Alternative Learning System which is a major component of basic education with a clearly defined role within the overall educational goal.   Thus the Bureau of Non Formal Education is  renamed to Bureau of Alternative Learning System.       
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      • The Bureau of Alternative Learning System (BALS) is mandated to address the needs of basic education of the out-of –school youth and adults in the country particularly in far-flung and isolated communities, to raise the level of literacy in the target areas and improve the quality of life of individuals and families in remote and underserved communities.
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      • 1. Literacy Division (LD)
          • A community-based program for illiterate out-of-school youth and adults to develop basic literacy skills: reading, writing and numeracy.
      • 2. Continuing Education Division (CED)
      • as defined by the 1986 meeting of the Asia and the Pacific Programme of Educational Innovation for Development (APEID), covers all educational opportunities taking place outside the literacy and primary education programs, including the enrichments of the learning environment to activate and sustain motivation for learning.
      • It provides extra-curricular activities which further enhance the learning process.
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      • 3. Staff Development Division (SDD)
      • formulates policies, plans and programs to upgrade the quality of teaching and non-teaching staff in non-formal education.
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      • ALS Mobile Teachers
      • Teachers who live in remote communities to provide education for children
      • District ALS Coordinator
      • Formal school teacher that conducts sessions for illiterate adult and children.
      • DepEd Procured/Delivered
      • Division office enters into a contract with private groups or organizations to deliver BLP and A&E Program.
      • ALS Service Providers
      • Private groups and organizations who are awarded the funds in order to deliver BLP and A&E program to target learners in the community
      • Facilitator
      • Responsible for facilitating the learning session for groups of learners
      • Instructional Manager
      • Key person in the A&E program and also responsible for facilitating the learning session for groups of learners.
      • Non-DepED
      • Private groups, LGUs ,NGOs and Government organizations that deliver the BLP and A&E program using their own funds .
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      • The bureau outlines its functions as:
      • serving the needs of those unable to avail of formal education;
      • expanding access to educational opportunities; and
      • providing opportunities for the acquisition of skills to ensure employability, efficiency, productivity, and competitiveness in the labor market.
      • BNFE funds come from three main sources which are: the General Appropriations Act, loans from the Asian Development Bank, and funds from other international agencies such as UNESCO, UNICEF, ACCU, and elsewhere.
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        • 1. BASIC LITERACY PROGRAM (BLP)
          • A community-based program for illiterate out-of-school youth and adults to develop basic literacy skills: reading, writing and numeracy.
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        • 2. ACCREDITATION and EQUIVALENCY (A&E) PROGRAM
      • For literates who have not completed ten years of basic education (for elementary and secondary level drop-outs). 
      • The age limit is 13 years old and above for the elementary drop-out and 15 years old and above for the high school drop-out.  It also implements a wide array of other related programs and projects in partnership with local and international organizations.
      • To attain this vision and fully implement the Alternative Learning System in the Philippines, the Alternative Learning System (ALS) Mobile Teacher Program was conceptualized as a means to bring education where the learners are.  It is an immediate response to the demand of millions of target learners for  some kind of relevant learning intervention through the Alternative Learning System.
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      • For the full and effective implementation of the Alternative Learning System (ALS), Mobile Teachers have been deployed and assigned to areas where the unreached and underserved population of the country is.
      • Due to lack of manpower in the implementation of ALS programs in the field,  the Bureau of Alternative Learning System requested for the service of some formal school teachers to be designated as full-time District ALS Coordinator (DALSCs). 
      • Both Mobile Teachers and District ALS Coordinator conduct intensive community-based learning sessions for illiterate out-of –school children, youths and adults and those who have not finished ten years of basic education.
      • 3. INDIGENOUS PEOPLES EDUCATION PROGRAM ( IPEP)
      • A program that aims to develop an IP culture-sensitve core curriculum, learning materials and assessment tools/instruments.
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