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AMERICAN REGIME AND COMMONWEALTH PERIOD
MATRIX OF THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATION SYSTEM.

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  1. 1. • Treaty of Paris – December 10, 1898, terminated the Spanish-American raging in Cuba and the Philippines were ceded to the United States by Spain for the paltry sum of US million..
  2. 2. • Public School System • Mass Education • Elementary Education • Secondary Education • Higher Education • Vocational Education
  3. 3. • English language was used as a medium of instruction. • New subject areas were introduced - reading, writing, arithmetic, language, good manners and right conduct, civics, hygiene and sanitation, gardening, domestic science, American History and Philippine History
  4. 4. • American textbooks and reading materials were the only educational materials used • Technical/ vocational skills were emphasized • “Thomasite's” were the first teacher. • Grade seven was included.
  5. 5. • First Philippine Commission (President William McKinley, April 7,1900) • Bring about an era of anew form of colonial governance over a long-oppressed people. • Educational Act No. 34(January 21, 1901) • Established the Department of Public Instruction♪ Organic Act of 1916
  6. 6. • Department of Public Instruction is headed by a secretary. • Act No. 74 – Educational Act of 1901 • ”Organic School Law” of the Philippines • Continuance of public/private schools • Prohibits teacher from teaching religion • Act No. 3162 & 3196 -Munroe Survey Commission in 1925
  7. 7. • Evaluate the entire educational system they setup • Concurrent Resolution No.17 in the Philippine Legislature in 1925 • Public schools were designed to promote the establishment of self- • governing Philippine state, independent and democratic
  8. 8. • Act 477 – Bureau of Education • Act 2708 – Government inspection and supervision of private school obligatory • Act 2957 - Board of Textbook
  9. 9. • Thomasite's • President William McKinley
  10. 10. • Commonwealth started in 1935 with Manuel L.Quezon as the president. “Preparatoryperiod “that would enable the Filipinos to deserve independence.
  11. 11. • Formal Institution of the Adult Education (called non-formal education) • – Transfer the vocational-industrial education program from the formal to non- formal system
  12. 12. • “Filipino” language was used as the medium of instruction • Vocational schools were made more similar in curriculum to Academic schools • Celebration of National Language Week every August
  13. 13. • Commonwealth Act No. 80 in 1963 – Office of Adult Education • Commonwealth Act No. 4 – ROTC • Executive Order No. 17(Quezon Code of Ethics) – Foundation stone of emerging philosophy of the Philippine Education system.
  14. 14. • 1935 Constitution • moral character • personal discipline • civic conscience • vocational efficiency • citizenship training
  15. 15. • Manuel L. Quezon
  16. 16. • EDUCATIONALPRACTICES: • ____________1.American textbooks and reading materials were the only educational materials used • ____________2. English language was used as a medium of instruction. • ____________3. “Filipino” language was used as the medium of instruction. • ____________4. Celebration of National Language Week every August. • Answers: • 1.true 3.true • 2.true 4.true

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