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Commonwealth period - Education

History of Education

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Commonwealth period - Education

  1. 1. Commonwealth Period By: Precious Grace T. Sarte
  2. 2. Why is it important for us to go back and recall the past acts/education of the Philippines?  It gives us a glimpse of the past.  We could learn from it.  It will help you understand how the past events or laws shaped the present acts, education system, and theories.  It will help you appreciate the law today.
  3. 3. What is Commonwealth Period?  The Philippine Commonwealth was the name of the Philippines when it was still controlled by the United States.  Manuel L. Quezon was the first Filipino to head an elected government in the Philippines.
  4. 4. Philippine Educational System during Commonwealth Period  All schools should develop, moral character, civic conscience, personal discipline and vocational efficiency.  Methods used: Memorization, Recitation, socialized recitation.
  5. 5. Commo nwealth Moral character Self Discipline Civic consciousness Vocational efficiency Values Controlling and motivating oneself Consevation of resources both human and natural Social conscious ness in terms of equal rights
  6. 6. Commonwealth Act No. 586
  7. 7.  This is known as Education Act of 1940. It was approved on August 7, 1940 by the Philippine Assembly. Repealed by R.A. 896)  The law provided for the following: a.reduction of seven- year elementary course to six- year elementary course. b. fixing the school entrance age to seven. c. national support of elementary education. d. compulsory attendance in the primary grades for all children who enroll in Grade I. e. introduction of double- single session- one class in the morning and another in the afternoon under one teacher to accommodate more children.
  8. 8.  Abolished grade seven  Morning and afternoon  Class start from June to March instead of July to AprIL  A teacher should manage sections .  Opening should be June - March
  9. 9. Commonwealth Act no. 180
  10. 10.  Act No. 2706Commonwealth Act No. 586 (Repealed by R.A. 896) This was known as the “Private School Law”, which made obligatory the recognition and inspection of private schools and colleges by the Secretary of Public Instruction so as to maintain a standard of efficiency in all private schools and colleges in the country.
  11. 11. This law was amended by Commonwealth Act No. 180 passed on November 13, 1936 which provided that: The Secretary of Public Instruction was vested with power to “supervise, inspect and regulate said schools and colleges in order to determine the efficiency of instruction given in the same.”
  12. 12.  This law was amended by Commonwealth Act No. 180 passed on November 13, 1936 which provided that:  The Secretary of Public Instruction was vested with power to “supervise, inspect and regulate said schools and colleges in order to determine the efficiency of instruction given in the same.”
  13. 13. Other Commonwealth Acts:  Commonwealth Act no. 1 – National Defense Act ;Preparatory military training shall be given to the youth in the elementary grade school at the age of 10. “shall extend through college”.  Commonwealth Act no. 80 – office of adult education  Commonwealth Act no. 589 – singing of ceremonies  Republic Act no. 896- grade 7 ; one session; compulsory of completion elementary grades
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