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Basic Ed Paper

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Basic Ed Paper

  1. 1. Department of Education
  2. 2. Prospects of the K to 12 Basic Education Program in Bicol Region Ramon Fiel G. Abcede Assistant Regional Director Officer-In-Charge Dep ED RO V
  3. 3. Presentation Outline: I. II. The K to 12 Law & Its IRR Status of Implementation of the K to 12 Enhanced Basic Education Program III. Preparations for Senior High School IV. Projection and Prospects of Senior High for Bicol Region
  4. 4. Part I The K to 12 Law & Its Implementing Rules and Regulations
  5. 5. Republic Act 10533 (The K to 12 Law) An Act Enhancing The Philippine Basic Education System by Strengthening Its Curriculum and Increasing The Number of Years for Basic Education, Appropriating Funds Therefor And For Other Purposes Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013
  6. 6. Salient Points of RA 10533 1. Philippine basic education graduates as EMPOWERED INDIVIDUALS One who has acquired life-long learning, earned competence for productivity, able to coexist in harmony with others, engaged in independent, creative & critical thinking, & willing to transform others and self
  7. 7. Salient Points of RA 10533 2. Duties of the State in creating a functional basic education system a) Provide opportunity to receive quality education b) Broaden the goals of high school education c) Make education learner-oriented
  8. 8. Salient Points of RA 10533 3. Clarification of the Objective and Scope of Basic Education Objective: Able to meet basic learning needs from which subsequent learning can be based Scope: Kindergarten, Elementary, Secondary, Alternative Learning Systems & SPED
  9. 9. Salient Points of RA 10533 4. Definition of the coverage of the Enhanced Basic Education Program 1 year Kindergarten 6 years Elementary Education 6 years Secondary Education: 4 years of Junior High School (JHS), and 2 years of Senior High School (SHS)
  10. 10. Salient Points of RA 10533 5. Basic education shall be delivered in languages understood by the learners Kinder to Grade 3 – Regional native language of the learner (Mother Tongue) Grade 4 to 6 – Transition from Mother Tongue to Filipino and English Secondary Level – Filipino and English as primary languages of instruction
  11. 11. Salient Points of RA 10533 6. Coordination among government and non-government agencies in the development of the curriculum For harmonization, students’ readiness and to avoid duplication of subjects, curriculum design work with CHED and TESDA For effectiveness of the curricconsultations with DOLE, PRC, student & teacher associations, PTAs, chambers of commerce, etc.
  12. 12. Salient Points of RA 10533 7. Curriculum standards and principles to be strictly adhered to by DepED  learner-centered, inclusive and developmentally appropriate  relevant, responsive and research-based  culture-sensitive  Contextualized and global  flexible enough to be localized/ indigenized  use constructivist, inquirybased, reflective, collaborative & integrative approaches  use MTB-MLE principles  Use spiral progression approach
  13. 13. Salient Points of RA 10533 8. Identification of members of a Curriculum Consultative Committee Task: To oversee the review and implementation of the basic education curriculum Members: DepED (Chair), CHED, TESDA, DOLE, PRC, DOST, Business Chambers
  14. 14. Salient Points of RA 10533 9. Preparation of Human Resources that ensures compliance to the expectation for quality teachers and school leaders Task: To oversee the review and implementation of the basic education curriculum a) In-service Training of Teachers on Content and Pedagogy b) Training of New Teachers c) Training on School Leadership
  15. 15. Salient Points of RA 10533 10. Significance of Career Guidance and Counseling in order to guide students in choosing the career tracks they intend to pursue In coordination with DOLE, TESDA and the CHED shall regularly conduct career advocacy activities for secondary level students Training of career advocates and guidance counselors will be developed and accredited by DepED
  16. 16. Salient Points of RA 10533 11. Expansion of the benefits of Government Assistance to Students and Teachers in Private Education Act (GASTPE) GASTPE grant will be extended to private schools offering SHS (based on the principle of public-private partnership)
  17. 17. Salient Points of RA 10533 12. Program Funding Initial funding is through current appropriations of DepED; Later to be included in the annual General Appropriations Act
  18. 18. Salient Points of RA 10533 13. Ensure details of transition from the existing ten (10) years basic education cycle to the enhanced basic education (K to 12) cycle Smooth transitions shall be facilitated by DepED, CHED and TESDA along physical infrastructure, manpower, organizational and structural concerns Faculty of HEIs shall be given priority in hiring for the duration of the transition period
  19. 19. Salient Points of RA 10533 14. Creation of a Joint Congressional Oversight Committee to oversee, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the Act Composition: Five members each from the Senate and House of Representatives including the Chairs of the Committees on Education, Arts and Culture and Finance of both Houses. There shall have at least two opposition or minority members
  20. 20. Salient Points of RA 10533 15. Evaluation and review by DepED and submission of a status report to Congress on the implementation A report must be submitted at the end of SY 2014-2015 It shall focus on closing the shortages on teachers, classrooms, textbooks, seats, toilets and other concerns that should be addressed This aside from other metrics of access to quality of basic education
  21. 21. Salient Points of RA 10533 16. Commitment to international benchmarks (The IRR specifically defines the expectations from DepED in this Section)
  22. 22. Salient Points of RA 10533 17. Repeal of laws, decrees, executive orders and rules and regulations contrary to or inconsistent with it This includes provisions that are not relevant from the following: B.P. Blg. 232- “Education Act of 1982”, RA No. 9155 - “ Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001”, RA No. 9258 and RA No, 7836
  23. 23. IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATIONS of the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 Issued by DepED, CHED & TESDA (Effective September 24, 2013)
  24. 24. K to 12 IRR Rule I: General Provisions Scope and Application This IRR applies to ALL public and private basic education institutions, HEIs, TVIs, recognized organizations acting as TEIs and foundations
  25. 25. K to 12 IRR Rule I: General Provisions Adoption of the EBEP by Private Schools Private educational institutions must comply with DepED prescribed minimum standards consistent with the Act
  26. 26. K to 12 IRR Rule I: General Provisions Compulsory Basic Education All children must be enrolled in basic education irrespective of delivery modes until its completion
  27. 27. K to 12 IRR Rule I: General Provisions Inclusiveness of Enhanced Basic Education Including Madrasah, IP Education, Gifted and Talented, Learners with Disabilities & Learners under Difficult Circumstances
  28. 28. K to 12 IRR Rule 1: General Provisions Acceleration Acceleration of learners in public and private basic educational institutions shall be allowed consistent with DepED rules and regulations
  29. 29. K to 12 IRR Rule II: Curriculum Curriculum Development Curriculum standards and principles, production and development of materials and medium of instruction are as specified in the Act
  30. 30. K to 12 IRR Rule 2: Curriculum Curriculum Consultative Committee DepED (Chair) CHED TESDA DOLE PRC DOST Business Chambers
  31. 31. K to 12 IRR Rule III: Teacher Qualifications, Training and Continuing Professional Development Teacher Education and Training ALS Coordinators, Instructional Managers, Mobile Teachers and Learning Facilitators are included
  32. 32. K to 12 IRR Rule III: Teacher Qualifications, Training and Continuing Professional Development Hiring of Teachers Hiring of teachers shall be with relevance to the subject to be taught
  33. 33. K to 12 IRR Rule IV: Private Educational Institutions Reasonable Supervision and Regulation There shall always be a recognition of the complementary roles of public and private institutions in the organizational system
  34. 34. K to 12 IRR Rule IV: Private Educational Institutions Issuance and Revocation of Permits and/or Recognition of Private SHS DepEd shall prescribe the guidelines on the issuance and revocation of permits and/or recognition of SHS
  35. 35. K to 12 IRR Rule IV: Private Educational Institutions Specialization of Private SHS Specialization will be allowed if they are essential to the economic and social development of the nation, region or locality
  36. 36. K to 12 IRR Rule V: Career Guidance and Counseling Advocacy Career Guidance and Counseling Programs DepED will coordinate with GOs and NGOs to pursue exposure programs for students and develop the capability of career counselors and advocates to guide the students and equip them with life skills and values
  37. 37. K to 12 IRR Rule V: Career Guidance and Counseling Advocacy Career Advocacy Activities Provision of career information and experiences such as career talks, career and job fairs, parents’ orientations and seminar-workshops on career decisionmaking
  38. 38. K to 12 IRR Rule V: Career Guidance and Counseling Advocacy Career Advocates Career and employment guidance counselors who are not registered and licensed guidance counselors who implement career advocacy activities
  39. 39. K to 12 IRR Rule V: Career Guidance and Counseling Advocacy Role of DepED  curriculum integration  conduct career assessments and career advocacy activities  develop and implement training programs on career advocacy  establish a career advocacy unit  designate guidance supervisors at the division level and career advocates at the school level
  40. 40. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Expansion of E-GASTPE Beneficiaries The benefits will be extended to qualified students enrolled in the Senior High School
  41. 41. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Criteria for Assistance to Qualified Students They are students who completed JHS whether or not they are E-GASTPE beneficiaries in JHS, subject to compliance with the qualifications and guidelines to be determined by DepED
  42. 42. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Forms and Amount of Assistance a) A voucher system where coupons are directly issued to students b) Education service Contracting Scheme (ESC) – tuition fee subsidy in private high schools c) Management contracts – management of school operations under agreed performance targets d) Forms of assistance provided in RA No. 8545 e) Other forms consistent with the principles of public- private partnerships
  43. 43. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Participating Schools The continued participation of providers in JHS is subject to their meeting minimum requirement and standards, including student performance, as determined by DepED; others may apply and may allowed grant if qualified
  44. 44. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Implementing Mechanisms DepEd shall: •issue guidelines •ensure transparency and accountability in the implementation •implement information and advocacy programs •periodically review the program and make adjustments
  45. 45. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Funding Requirements Funding shall be ensured by the national government Private and corporate donors are encouraged to support programs of assistance (e.g. The Adopt-ASchool Program)
  46. 46. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Timeframe Implementation of the programs under this rule will be not later that the start of the SY 2016-2017
  47. 47. K to 12 IRR Rule VI: E-GASTPE BENEFICIARIES AND OTHER FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS WITH PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND NON-DEPED PUBLIC SCHOOLS Additional Beneficiaries DepED may develop forms of assistance for Kindergarten and elementary pupils and ALS learners, taking into account the need and capacities of public and private educational institutions
  48. 48. K to 12 IRR Rule VII: Transitory Provisions Private Basic Educational Institutions’ Transition to the EBEP Private schools should develop transition plans; DepED shall appropriate guidelines on the evaluation of the transition plans Private schools with existing 12 to 13 years of basic education shall submit transition plan within 12 months after issuance of IRR
  49. 49. K to 12 IRR Rule VII: Transitory Provisions Implementation of Mechanisms and Strategies Other than those already included in the Act, Modelling program may be considered n the nationwide implementation of the SHS Program in SY 2016-2017
  50. 50. K to 12 IRR Rule VII: Transitory Provisions Partnership with HEIs and TVIs Terms of partnership with HEIs and TVIs are already stated in the Act
  51. 51. K to 12 IRR Rule VII: Transitory Provisions Partnership Financing Framework for State Universities and Colleges During the Transition Period CHED and DBM shall review the financing policy framework for SUCs in light of the Act with the end in view of optimizing the use of government resources for education, the results of which shall be covered by a joint administrative issuance
  52. 52. K to 12 IRR Rule VII: Transitory Provisions Effects of Initial Implementation on Industry Human Resource Requirements DOLE, CHED, DepED, TESDA and PRC in coordination with chambers of commerce shall develop contingency plan not later than the start of SY 2015-2016 on the potential reduction or absence of college graduates to meet human resource requirements of the industry
  53. 53. K to 12 IRR Rule VII: Transitory Provisions Labor and Management Results It is DOLE’s task to convene a technical panel with representatives from DepED, CHED and TESDA, non-teaching and teaching personnel organizations and school administrators to ensure the sustainability of the private and public educational institutions, and the promotion of rights, interests and welfare of teaching and non-teaching personnel
  54. 54. K to 12 IRR Rule VII: Transitory Provisions Transition Period Begins with the date of the approval of the IRR (September 4, 2013) until the end of School Year 2021-2022
  55. 55. K to 12 IRR Rule X: Commitment to International Benchmarks DepED shall seek to: a) engage LGUs to efficiently use SEF and other funds to advance ad promote basic education b) Implement programs that will enhance private sector participation and partnership c) Propose an annual budget allocation in accordance with the goals above; develop multi-year spending plan to ensure that UNESCO-prescribed standards on education are attained
  56. 56. K to 12 IRR Rule XI: Final Provisions Implementing Details DepED, CHED and TESDA may issue policies and guidelines as may be necessary to further implement the IRR
  57. 57. K to 12 IRR Rule XI: Final Provisions Amendment Amendments to the IRR shall be jointly promulgated by the DepED Secretary, CHED Chairperson, and the TESDA Director-General
  58. 58. Part II Status of the Implementation of the K to 12 Enhanced Basic Education Program
  59. 59. IMPLEMENTATION Implementation: School Year Elementary Junior High School (JHS) Senior High School (SHS) 2011-2012 Kinder 2012-2013 Grade 1 Grade 7 2013-2014 Grade 2 Grade 8 2014-2015 Grade 3 Grade 9 2015-2016 Grade 4 Grade 10 2016-2017 Grade 5 Grade 11 2017-2018 Grade 6 Grade 12
  60. 60. Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education Preparations : 1. Development of orthographies and teachinglearning materials in 12 major languages including Bikol (Central) 2. Contextualization of existing teaching-learning materials 3. Pilot implementation in 24 schools across Bicol Region
  61. 61. DepED ISSUANCES on K to 12 Implementation DepEd Order Dep Order No. 31,s. 2012 No. 73, s. 2012 DepEd Memo Policy Guidelines on the Implementation of Grades 1 to 10 of the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum Effective School Year 20122013 Guidelines on Assessment and Rating of Learning Outcomes Under the K to 12 Curriculum No. 196, s. 2012 Monitoring of Grades 1 and 7 Classes of the K to 12 Program
  62. 62. Dep Ed Order No. 31, s. 2012 General Guidelines on Implementation Design of the Curriculum Desired Outcomes Learning Area and Its Description Medium of Instruction Time Allotment Sample Class Program Learning Resources Assessment and Rating of Outcomes Culminating Activities/ Performances
  63. 63. MONITORING OF IMPLEMENTATION Objectives:  Track progress of implementation  Assess effectiveness and efficiency  For improvement of curriculum and instructional processes & approaches  For policy formulation
  64. 64. MONITORING OF IMPLEMENTATION School visits survey FGD with teachers Division Monitoring Team FGD with parents FGD with pupils/students Regional Office Monitoring Team Central office Monitoring Team
  65. 65. Part III Preparations for Senior High School
  66. 66. SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Two years of specialized upper secondary education where students may choose a specialization based on aptitude, interest and school capacity
  67. 67. Senior High School Curriculum DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
  68. 68. SHS PLANNING WORKSHOPS Regional Orientation with DepED Division & Region Undersecretary Mario Derequito (August to October 2013) (August 5, 2013) External Assessment Formation of SHS Implementation Team/Task Force Internal Assessment Planning Proper Collation of Reports by the Central Office Processing of Reports as Inputs to Senior High School Implementation in SY 2016-2017
  69. 69. SHS ROADMAP TO 2016 2013        Pre-Planning for SHS and FY 2015 Planning RA 10533 IRR Complete K to 12 Curriculum Guidelines for Non-DepED SHS Criteria for Locating DepEd SHS Decision on Grade 10 Certificate/Grade 12 Diploma Engagement of potential partners 2014        Finish FY 2015 Budget Requirements Infrastructure Plan, Location of SHS, and Resource Requirements determined IM Development Procurement of certain resources Teacher training & assessment FY 2016 Planning and Budgeting Refinement of partnerships 2015       Construction starts  for majority of infrastructure  Requirements Voucher Scheme financing and mechanism set  Refinement and finalization of arrangements with partners Preparation for SY 2017-2018 Procurement continues FY 2017 Planning and Budgeting 2016 Start of SHS Implementation DepEd and nonDepEd providers ready at the start of SY 2016-2017 Continuous preparations for SY 2017-2018
  70. 70. Part IV Projection and Prospects of Senior High School for Bicol Region
  71. 71. REGION V PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL PROFILE • Junior High School Enrolment Actual (SY 2012-2013) public 397, 002 • Projected (SY 2016-2017) 427,975 (SY 2017-2018) 437, 427 private 60, 632 69,825 74, 850
  72. 72. REGION V PUBLIC AND PRIVATE HIGH SCHOOL PROFILE • SHS 1 Projected (SY 2016-2017) (SY 2017-2018) • SHS 2 Projected (SY 2017-2018) Total Enrolment for SHS (SY 2016-2017) (SY 2017-2018) Total JHS and SHS Enrolment (SY 2016-2017) (SY 2017-2018) public 75, 828 77,593 private 14, 448 14,448 65,406 11,992 75, 828 77,593 14, 448 14,448 503, 803 580,426 84, 273 101,290
  73. 73. DATA BANK AND SURVEY RESULTS Number of Schools to offer SHS Public – 452 or 70.73% of 639 schools (187 no SHS) Private – 130 or 69.14% of 188 schools (58 no SHS) Number of enrolees per track public Academic 36,027 Tech-Voc 30, 784 Sports & Arts 11, 640 Total 78,451 private 5,956 3, 372 1,382 10, 710
  74. 74. IMPLICATION – NEEDS for SHS Resources Needed School Year Public Schools Private Schools Classrooms 2016-2017 2017-2018 2016-2017 2017-2018 2016-2017 2017-2018 1,897 1,940 3, 162 2,797 75,868 77, 593 361 300 602 500 14,593 14, 448 Teachers Chairs
  75. 75. ISSUES AND CONCERNS Regional Office MATERIAL RESOURCES e.g. classrooms, chairs, laboratory equipment HUMAN RESOURCES Teachers, Supervisors Central Office CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FUNDING SCHEMES
  76. 76. WHAT WE HAVE DONE Division Offices & Regional Office  Orient School Officials  Organized Division and School SHS Implementation Teams  Launched advocacy campaign  Conducted consultative conferences with stakeholders  Coordinated with other government agencies  Benchmarked pilot high school implementers  Formulated action plans by schools  Strengthened Career Guidance Program
  77. 77. WHAT WE INTEND TO DO Strengthen partnerships with our stakeholders Local Government Units, Industries Private Secondary Schools HEIs, TVIs, Local Colleges
  78. 78. Thank you.
  79. 79. Contacts: www.deped.gov.ph depedregion5.ph Telephone Numbers: Directorate 482-0046 Elementary Division 482-0310 Secondary Division 482-0701 ALS Division 482-0369

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