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I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Our Vision for the Division Education Development Plan follows the overall vision of the Department of Education (DepEd) stipulated in the DepEd Order No. 39, s. 2010 which operates under the principle of “One Vision, One Mission, Common Values, Common Goals, Different Strategies.” The key thrusts of the strategy are: 1. Provision of Universal Access 2. Quality and Relevance of Basic Education 3. Management of Educational Services The Division Education Development Plan is the main vehicle through which the Division of Bataan can effectively and efficiently manage education service in the elementary, secondary, and Alternative Learning System (ALS). The plan is carefully structured to focus on Key National goals, EFA goals and division goals. The six – year plan was crafted and enhanced following the phases in the formulation and implementation of the Division Education Development Plan known as the “D” Process to wit: 1) Analyzing the Situation 2) Strategic Planning 3) Planning and Gearing for Implementation 4) Submitting for quality assurance 5) Communicating the Plan 6) Implementing the Plan 7) Monitoring and Evaluating the Plan. Consistent with the provisions of RA 9155, the formulation of the DEDP recognizes a highly participatory process that builds and harnesses the partnership between the division and its stakeholders. Division Planning Committee (DPC) oversees and ensures the formulation, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the DEDP. The Schools Division Superintendent provides leadership and guidance to the regular and “on call members” of the DPC in its effort to accomplish the tasks. The DEDP Planning and Review Timelines is aligned with the budget timelines of the Department, hence the regular DEDP Planning activity is conducted anytime during the second quarter of calendar year. The DEDP terminal review (end of DEDP implementation) and replanning activities are conducted on the last quarter of the calendar year. The DEDP annual review and AIP re-planning activity is conducted from October to November of each year. The preparation of the next cycle Annual Implementation Plan is done after the review of last AIP of the previous DEDP. The Division Monitoring and Evaluation Committee will continuously monitor and evaluate the plan implementation, processes for and schedule plan adjustment/refinements.

II. DIVISION SITUATIONAL OVERVIEW AND ANALYSIS Bataan is a peninsula which is found in the western part of Luzon between Manila Bay and West Philippine Sea. Bataan has an outstanding cultural and historical background, heritage and history. The province has attractive scenic view and enchanting natural landscapes that describe the wonders of the place. Beautiful mountain ranges, amazing waterfalls, magnificent green valleys, exotic world class beach resorts and a warm hospitality that is truly Filipino. Bataan has so much to offer that it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines. The province provides the adventure seekers an interesting thing to do because the place proves to be a tourist haven boasting a multitude of exciting places to visit. Bataan is very significant in the Philippines History because Bataan was among the first provinces to revolt against Spanish regime. Not only that in World War II, Bataan was the last line of defense against invading Japanese forces. 1.

Socio Economics Status Bataan is basically an agricultural province. Farming, fishing and forestry are still the leading sources of livelihood in the province. Rice remained its principal crop. Other than rice, there are other crops produced like corn, legumes (mongo, peanut, sitao), rootcrops (camote, cassava, gabe, ube, arrow roots), vegetable (leafy and fruit), coffee and fruits (mango and banana). For employed persons by type of industry, the service sector ranks first. Most of the manufacturing industries in the province belong to the micro-cottage, small and medium enterprises. Bataan is widely known, among others for the processed fish, balut and salted eggs, “walis tambo”, vinegar, sweets and preserves, handicrafts products and sawali. There are also several big industries such as Petron Bataan Refinery (PBR), Government Arsenal Philippine Explosives, Limay Bulk Handling Terminals and Limay Grinding Mills. Aside from the companies, most of the large-scale industries operations are located in the ecozone. Theses are the Bataan economic zone and the Petrochemical Industrial Estate in Mariveles. Other Ecozones for development are the Bataan Technology Park, Inc. in Morong and the Hermosa Special Economic Zone.

2. National, Regional and Provincial Governance and Thrusts of Education The educators of Division of Bataan, through the leadership of the Schools Division Superintendent have fulfilled their commitments to God and Man to establish, operate, maintain and promote distinctive schools that produced quality education. The different thrusts of education to attain the EFA Goals which are reflected in the different KRT’s under BESRA, this Division is continually working to sustained its performances and achievements.


Status of Basic Education A. Pre-Elem / Elementary 1. Provision of Equitable Access to Education <<<

Pre-Elementary level has been considered as an essential preparation for Grade 1. As of 2011, there was a total of 395 public pre-elementary classes in Bataan with 326 teachers: 22 locally funded a municipal school board teachers, 14 nationally funded or permanent teachers and 290 volunteer teachers. There were only 4 pre-elementary classrooms from DepEd and 3 buildings from AGGAP. In 2009-2010, Elementary Education was offered in 169 public schools. As of 2011- 2012, it became 168. One primary school was abolished due to very small enrolment. Out of 168 elementary schools, 160 are complete elementary schools, 2 are incomplete elementary schools, 6 incomplete primary schools, one (1) complete primary school and one (1) kinder school. For SY 2009-2010, the enrolment in public elementary schools was 77,896 while in SY 2010-2011 it increased to 79,433. For SY 2011-2012, there are 2,182 public elementary school teachers, Among them are 137 Master Teacher I and 70 Master Teacher II. The 12 districts in the division are supervised by 12 District Supervisors, managed and supervised by 45 Head Teachers, 70 Principal I, 26 Principal II, 2 Principal III and 2 Principal IV, thus making this school year another year of exemplary of this agency. 2. Quality and Relevance of Basic Education The average performance of Elementary Pupils in 2010 National Achievement Test (NAT) of this Division was 81.23, while 79.55 in 2011. The results per subject area (expressed in mean percentage score) were as follows: Grade 6 English- 76.26, Math -81.47, Science- 71.49, Filipino- 85.54, and Hekasi- 82.80. Other performance indicators: Cohort Survival rate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 91.83% and 80.55%, Drop-out rate0.32% and 0.29%, Participation rate- 82.21% and 78.78%, Graduation rate â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 99.81% and 99.79%, Completion rate- 92.39% and 80.40%, Retention rate- 99.18% and 99.02%, Repetition rate1.13% and 0.35%, for SY 2009- 2010 and SY 2010-2011, respectively B. Secondary 1. Provision of Equitable Access Secondary Education is offered in 30 public schools in SY 2009-2010. There is an additional of one (1) school in SY 2011-2012; 5 of which offer Special Program for the Arts, 4 offer Special Program for Sports, one (1) integrated school, one (1) Tech-Vocational School and one (1) SPED.

The enrolment in public secondary schools for SY 2009-2010 was 36,361, while 37,458 in SY 2011-2012. There were 1057 public secondary school teachers. Among them are 59 Master Teacher I and 18 Master Teacher II. There are 4 Head Teacher I, one (1) Head Teacher II, 66 Head Teacher III, 2 Head Teacher V, 10 Principal I, 11 Principal II, 5 Principal III and 1 Vocational Administrator. 2. Quality and Relevance of Basic Education The average NAT in Second Year in 2009 was 57.94 and 59.41 in 2011, recorded (in mean percentage score) as follows: English- 54.54, Math- 55.58, Science- 55.03, Filipino- 66.03, and Araling Panlipunan – 65.85. Other performance indicators: Cohort Survival rate –73.27% and 72.83%, Drop- Out rate7.52% and 6.14%, Participation rate- 52.82% and 55.23%, Graduation rate-94.23% and 91.57%, Completion rate- 70.01% and 68.22%, Retention rate- 92.72% and 93.18%, Repetition rate3.74% and 4.07% for SY 2009-2010 and SY 2011-2012, respectively. C. Alternative Learning System 1. Provision of Equitable Access Alternative Learning System (ALS) is envisioned to respond the expanding need of out-ofschool children, youth and adults for life-long learning. In Bataan, there is significant increase in the achievement of the following ALS Programs: Basic Literacy Programs – 3, Accreditation and Equivalency Program – 41, eSkwela/ eLearning – 1, Indigeneous Peoples’s Education – 3, Agap-Sagip – 10, Adolescent- Friendly Literacy Enhancement Project – 1, Radio-Based Instruction – 1, Community Learning Resource Center – 10, Informal Education – 3. ALS programs and projects were facilitated by 11 mobile teachers, 12 district ALS coordinators, 12 PSB and 14 LSB instructional managers and 3 service providers. 2. Quality and Relevance to Basic Education ALS provides comparable and equivalent option to formal education. In 2009 and 2010, there were 8 and 7 elementary, and 245 and 296 secondary A & E passers, respectively. Last October 2011, there were 76 elementary and 1,279 secondary takers of the A & E Examination. D. Division Office 1.

Management of Educational Services 1.1 Stakeholders’ Participation

The main factor to the success of every educational thrust through School-Based Management (SBM) lies in the ability of the educators and government and community and in their capability to motivate stakeholders to support the schools in resolving the challenges of the time in order to bring out the best in every learner.

1.2 Instructional Supervision The Division of Bataan in pursuant to the attainment of the aims of the Basic Reform Agenda (BESRA) and Education for all (EFA 2015), a vision and a holistic program of reform aims improving the quality of basic education for every Filipino announces the year round monitoring of promotional staff to the different district and secondary schools since SY 2010-2011 backed up by the Project Learners’ Instruction Founded on Excellence (Project LIFE) and Project Reinforcing Opportunities for Maximum and Effective Outcomes (ROMEO) effective 2011-2012. Time management, budget of work, pupils’ interests, strategies, teachers’ attitude, mastery of the lesson are some concerns in the Project LIFE, while the school physical facilities, textbooks, enrolment, teachers’ loads which affect the learners are under Project ROMEO. 1.3 Management and Administration The Schools Division Superintendent and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent always lead their flock in terms of goals and thrusts assigned, coupled with appropriate discipline, love, sympathy, healthy relationship and intelligence. The Education Program Supervisors plan and direct the development and operation of its educational programs in the Division. Based on the curriculum are always on the go for the improved achievements with the elementary and secondary levels. Reading levels of pupils and students are always monitored, giving significant tips especially to the teachers of beginning readers. The Administrative Staff and the Human Resource Management Section, continually direct and supervise the administrative and Human Resource Function significantly serving the whole Division. The Medical and Dental Staff are religiously monitoring, implementing their duties and responsibilities. They are equally deployed in every district and secondary schools to continuously monitored pupils, students, teachers and administrators for a healthy division resulting to quality performances and achievements. 1.4 Resource Mobilization and Allocation The Division of Bataan believes that education is an effective tool to empower the people, that is, by providing quality education. Thus, education and training of teachers were provided, upgrading educational school system by way of computerization and other advances in technology. Infrastructure developments are taken cared of also not only by the DepEd but also of the local government.

III. DIVISION STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS Core Values: Culture of Excellence Integrity Accountability Maka-Diyos Makatao Makabayan Makakalikasan

Vision By 2030, DepEd â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Bataan is globally recognized for good governance and for developing functionally â&#x20AC;&#x201C; literate and God-loving Filipinos.

Mission To provide quality basic education that is accessible to all and lays the foundation of lifelong learning and service for the common good.


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