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Ruel A. Punzalan
Reporter/Tagaytay City
MAS 106 – Current Issues
and Problem in Education
What is ALS?
 is a free education
program implemented by
the DepEd
 the 3rd bureau of Deped
 benefits those who cannot
...
ALS brief history
Executive Order No. 356
 Renaming the Bureau of
Non-Formal Education
(BNE) to Bureau of
Alternative Lea...
ALS Goals & Objectives
 to protect and promote the
right of all citizens to
quality basic education and
such education ac...
ALS Goals & Objectives
 To provide viable
alternative to the existing
formal education
instruction, encompassing
both non...
ALS Goals & Objectives
 To improve the socio-
economic status of the OSY
and the poor by enhancing
their basic education
...
Target Learners
 Elementary and secondary
drop-outs
 Unemployed / underemployed
OYSs and adults
 Industry based workers...
Target Learners
 Members of cultural minorities
/ indigenous peoples (IPs)
 Persons with disabilities
(PWDs) / physicall...
The NFE / ALS conceptual
framework
Programs & Projects
Basic Literacy Program (BLP) – is an
intensive community-based training for
illiterate OSYs and adults...
Programs & Projects
Family Basic Literacy Project (FBLC) – is a
literacy service learning intervention utilizing
literate ...
Programs & Projects
ALS Mobile Teacher Program – makes
education accessible to OSYs and
adults in the remote, deprived,
de...
Programs & Projects
Adolescent Friendly Literacy Enhancement
Project (AFLEP) – provides target
learners aged 10-19 years o...
Programs & Projects
Balik-Paaralan para sa Out-of-School
Adults (BP-OSA) – is anon-formal
education program for the elemen...
Programs & Projects
Radio-Based Instruction (RBI) – is an
alternative delivery mode of ALS
Accreditation and Equivalency (...
Programs & Projects
E-skwela Project – is designed to provide e-
learning opportunities to Filipino OSY and
adults who wer...
NousPrograms & Projects
Indigenous Peoples Education Project (IPs)
– is an ALS project that address the
immediate needs in...
Programs & Projects
Informal Education (InfeD) – is an
education activity that addresses the
special needs and interest of...
Programs & Projects
ALS for Differently – abled (ALS-DAP) – is a
special projects that delivers ALS
program to differently...
Programs & Projects
Arabic Language and Islamic Values Education
(ALIVE) – it is a new approach of delivering
ALS programs...
EPrograms & Projects
Accreditation and Equivalency Program (A & E) -
is a certification of learning for OSY and
adults age...
E
Options/Opportunities for the
ALS A&E Test Passers
 Enter college/university
 Enter other non formal training
programs...
EMemorandum of Agreement
 With other educational institutions
and organizations that secondary
level passers can enrol in...
E
Civil Service Commission
(CSC) Resolution No. 000499
 Recognizing the ALS & AE
elementary and secondary
certificates as...
ALS vs. FORMAL
ALS vs. FORMAL
ALS vs. FORMAL
ALS vs. FORMAL
ALS vs. FORMAL
ALS vs. FORMAL
Issues / Problems
 Funds
 Curriculum
 Teachers' Attitudes
 Peace and Order Situations (Ideology)
 Lack of Coordinatio...
ALS vs. FORMAL
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  1. 1. Ruel A. Punzalan Reporter/Tagaytay City MAS 106 – Current Issues and Problem in Education
  2. 2. What is ALS?  is a free education program implemented by the DepEd  the 3rd bureau of Deped  benefits those who cannot afford formal schooling specially the OSY
  3. 3. ALS brief history Executive Order No. 356  Renaming the Bureau of Non-Formal Education (BNE) to Bureau of Alternative Learning System (ALS)
  4. 4. ALS Goals & Objectives  to protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality basic education and such education accessible to all
  5. 5. ALS Goals & Objectives  To provide viable alternative to the existing formal education instruction, encompassing both non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills
  6. 6. ALS Goals & Objectives  To improve the socio- economic status of the OSY and the poor by enhancing their basic education capability through functional education and literacy
  7. 7. Target Learners  Elementary and secondary drop-outs  Unemployed / underemployed OYSs and adults  Industry based workers, housewives, maids, factory workers, drivers
  8. 8. Target Learners  Members of cultural minorities / indigenous peoples (IPs)  Persons with disabilities (PWDs) / physically challenged
  9. 9. The NFE / ALS conceptual framework
  10. 10. Programs & Projects Basic Literacy Program (BLP) – is an intensive community-based training for illiterate OSYs and adults, who are willing to learn basic literacy skills
  11. 11. Programs & Projects Family Basic Literacy Project (FBLC) – is a literacy service learning intervention utilizing literate family members to help non-literate members to upgrade their literacy skills and improve the educational opportunities of poor family.
  12. 12. Programs & Projects ALS Mobile Teacher Program – makes education accessible to OSYs and adults in the remote, deprived, depressed and underserved (DDU) difficult to reach communities.
  13. 13. Programs & Projects Adolescent Friendly Literacy Enhancement Project (AFLEP) – provides target learners aged 10-19 years old with basic literacy about early marriage and parenting, family planning, drug prevention education, health education and environmental education.
  14. 14. Programs & Projects Balik-Paaralan para sa Out-of-School Adults (BP-OSA) – is anon-formal education program for the elementary and secondary level of OSY and adults delivered in selected elementary and secondary schools teachers serving as Instructional Managers (IMs).
  15. 15. Programs & Projects Radio-Based Instruction (RBI) – is an alternative delivery mode of ALS Accreditation and Equivalency (A & E) that uses radio broadcast through the local community radio station
  16. 16. Programs & Projects E-skwela Project – is designed to provide e- learning opportunities to Filipino OSY and adults who were not able to avail the opportunities laid by the formal school system and would like to finish their basic education, where interactive computer based multi-media learning resources will be the primary source of instructions
  17. 17. NousPrograms & Projects Indigenous Peoples Education Project (IPs) – is an ALS project that address the immediate needs interest and aspiration of the Indigenous Peoples (IP’s) through the implementation of culturally appropriate and rights-based ALS programs / project.
  18. 18. Programs & Projects Informal Education (InfeD) – is an education activity that addresses the special needs and interest of the marginalized and other interest groups of learners, making use of the life skills approach for personal development. SPECIAL PROJECT
  19. 19. Programs & Projects ALS for Differently – abled (ALS-DAP) – is a special projects that delivers ALS program to differently – abled OSY and adults through specialized approaches.
  20. 20. Programs & Projects Arabic Language and Islamic Values Education (ALIVE) – it is a new approach of delivering ALS programs to the Muslims OSYs and adults. The programs provides core learning with additional Islamic concerns consisting of Arabic language and Islamic values in the learning experiences of muslim learners.
  21. 21. EPrograms & Projects Accreditation and Equivalency Program (A & E) - is a certification of learning for OSY and adults aged 11 years old and above for elementary and 15 years old and above in secondary who are unable to go to or have dropped out on the formal school.
  22. 22. E Options/Opportunities for the ALS A&E Test Passers  Enter college/university  Enter other non formal training programs  Enter formal training programs  Enter/re-enter the world of work  Enter/re-enter elementary or secondary formal school system  Learn essential life skills to participate more fully and actively in the political, social, and economic lives in the community
  23. 23. EMemorandum of Agreement  With other educational institutions and organizations that secondary level passers can enrol in post secondary schools and vocational training programs, college / university courses subject to the usual screening procedures
  24. 24. E Civil Service Commission (CSC) Resolution No. 000499  Recognizing the ALS & AE elementary and secondary certificates as valid documents for permanent appointment to government positions provided that other requirements are met.
  25. 25. ALS vs. FORMAL
  26. 26. ALS vs. FORMAL
  27. 27. ALS vs. FORMAL
  28. 28. ALS vs. FORMAL
  29. 29. ALS vs. FORMAL
  30. 30. ALS vs. FORMAL
  31. 31. Issues / Problems  Funds  Curriculum  Teachers' Attitudes  Peace and Order Situations (Ideology)  Lack of Coordination Between ALS and the Community  Personal safety and security
  32. 32. ALS vs. FORMAL

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