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Intersectoral Approach in Education Service Delivery

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Intersectoral Approach in Education Service Delivery
Dr. Juliet A. Jeruta, Director IV, Department of Education, Region VII
11th Global RCE Conference
7-9 December, 2018
Cebu, the Philippines

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Intersectoral Approach in Education Service Delivery

  1. 1. Intersectoral Approach in Education Service Delivery Dr. Juliet A. Jeruta Director IV Regional Director
  2. 2. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 2 Every Filipino has access to a complete quality basic education. Every graduate is prepared for further education and the world of work. The delivery of basic education services to learners is effective, efficient and collaborative.
  3. 3. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Development Frameworks and Priorities Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. The Philippines shall be a country where all citizens are free from hunger and poverty, have equal opportunities, enabled by fair and just society that is governed with order and unity. Lifelong Learning Opportunities for All: Reducing Inequalities in Human Development SDG 4 2030 Ambisyon Natin 2040 PDP 2017-2022 Quality, Accessible, Relevant and Liberating EducationDepEd 10 Point Agenda By 2022, DepEd is a modern, professional, pro-active, nimble, trusted and nurturing institution delivering quality, accessible, relevant and liberating K to 12 Education, enabling our learners to be nation-loving, resilient and competent lifelong learners DepEd Strat Direction 2017-2022 Global Educ Goals Societal Goal Sectoral Goal Organizational Goal Organizational Outcome 3
  4. 4. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 17 Sustainable Development Goals
  5. 5. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION What kind of Graduates?
  6. 6. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 6 EDUCATION STAKEHOLDERS ADDRESSED THE FOUR (4Cs) Critical Thinking Communication Creativity Collaboration
  7. 7. 2,053,548 Total Number of Leaners both Public and Private 19,965 Kindergarten (Private) 80,117 Elementary (Private) 113,248 Secondary (Private) PUBLIC PRIVATE 131,522 Senior High School (Private) 94,416 Senior High School (Private) 4,637 LUC/SUC 156,988 Kindergarten (Public) 913,954 Elementary (Public) 538,701 Secondary (Public) Male 1,044,108 Female 1,009,440
  8. 8. 70,877 Grade 11 60,645 Grade 12 49,276 Grade 11 45,140 Grade 12 131,522 TOTAL 94,416 TOTAL
  9. 9. 298 No. of schools 81,993 No. of grantees 802,702,223.20 M TOTAL AMOUNT
  10. 10. 390 No. of schools 81,993 No. of grantees 1,483,659,070.00 B TOTAL AMOUNT 20 SUC & LUC
  11. 11. Turo Turismo, Agri-eskwela, And Establishment Of International Linkage Thru Teachers Scholarship And Exchange Student Program
  12. 12. And we continue to sustain a culture of empowering innovation with the Academe as the Lead

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