Staff bureaus and their functionsPresentation Transcript
Reporter:Gretchen T LequinDPE
Functions of Services The Planning Service - is headed by a service chief. - responsible for providing the Department with economical, effective and efficient service relating to planning, programming and project development. The Financial and Management Service
is headed by a service chief.
responsible for providing the Department with the necessary staff, advice and assistance on management improvement, budget and financial matters including the Special Education Fund- plantillas of teachers for salary adjustment and budgets of school boards.
The Administrative Service - headed by a service chief, provides the Department with economical, efficient and effective services relating to administrative matters including medical and dental services.
It has a Legal Division, General Services Division, Records Division and Teachers Camp Division.
The Human Resources and Development Service
provides the Department with economical, efficient, and effective services relating to personnel matters.
The Service has a Staff Development Division, Personnel Division, and Employee’s Welfare and Benefits Division.
headed by a service chief, is to provide the Department with services relating to publication, information, and other technical services.
The service has a Materials Production and Publication Division, Educational Information Division, and Educational Audio-Visual and Engineering Division.
STAFF BUREAUS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS Bureau of Elementary Education Four divisions: Curriculum Development Division- formulates policies, plans, and programs to upgrade the quality of teaching. Staff Development Division Physical Facilities Division- formulates policies, plans, programs and projects to upgrade, improve, and maintain physical plants, facilities, and equipment for pre-elementary and elementary education. Special Education Division- formulates policies, plans, and programs for the gifted, mentally retarded, and physically handicapped children.
Bureau of Secondary Education - has only three divisions; the Curriculum Development Division, the Staff Development Division and the Physical Facilities Division. - the policies, plans and programs formulated, however, are geared to the improvement of secondary education. CHED
with the approval of RA 7722 as pushed by the Congressional Commission on Education(EDCOM), the Commission on Higher Education(CHED) took over from the Department of Education, Culture and Sports, the task of overseeing tertiary education.
Technical Skills and Development Authority(TESDA) was created to supervise vocational and technical(voc-tech) education.
Bureau of Non-Formal Education Three divisions: Staff Development Division- formulates policies, plans and programs to upgrade the quality of teaching and non-teaching staff in non-formal education. Learning Resource Development Division- develops learning materials for various target clientele and alternative learning delivery systems appropriate to target clientele for non-formal education. Project Development Division- undertakes, develops and updates programs, projects and policies concerning non-formal education.
Bureau of Technical & Vocational Education Three divisions: (1) the Curriculum Development Division (2) the Staff Development Division (3) Technical Services Division Bureau of Physical Educ. & School Sports Three divisions: (1) Curriculum Development Division (2) Physical Fitness and Staff Development Division (3) Facilities and Equipment Standards Development Division
Cultural Agencies under the Department Institute of Philippine Languages National Library National Museum National Historical Institute Records Management and Archives Office REGIONAL OFFICE 3 Major divisions: > Planning Division > Administrative Division > Budget and Finance Division * Directly under the Regional Director are school superintendents, either provincial or city as the case may be.
City/ Provincial School Division
Responsible for the implementation and execution of the policies, plans, programs, rules and regulations, and projects of the Department on pre-elementary, elementary and secondary education.
District supervisors are small superintendents in the school district.
The city or provincial high school is administered by the high school principal independent of the school district.
The department chairmen in the secondary schools are the frontline supervisors of secondary school teachers.