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Outline of Presentation I. II.

Country Profile Overview of the Philippine Educational System III. Sector Performance IV. Current Initiatives V. Emerging Challenges and Future Prospects


I. Country Profile QUICK GLANCE: GLANCE: Official Name : Republic of the Philippines Location : Southeastern Asia, archipelago between the Philippine Sea and South China Sea, east of Vietnam Islands : 7,107 Capital : Manila Climate : Tropical Marine/Monsoon Population : 88 88..5 Million Literacy : 92 92..6% Basic Ed Cycle : 10 years Sch.Participation : 85 85% % (2007 (2007--2008 2008)) Medium of Inst. : English except for Filipino Subject


I. Country Profile


II. Overview of Philippine Education Educational al System

Mandate 

1987

199 4 

200 1

1987 Philippine Constitution  

DECS is the principal government agency responsible for education and manpower development. “The State shall protect and promote the right of all citizens to quality education at all levels and shall take appropriate steps to make such education accessible to all." (Art. XIV, Sec. 1)


II. Overview of Philippine Education Educational al System

Mandate 1987

1994

2001

Tri--focalization of Education Management Tri 

RA 7722 and RA 7796 created:  DECS for basic education  CHED for higher education  TESDA for post-secondary, middle-level manpower training and development

DECS


II. Overview of Philippine Education Educational al System

Mandate 1987

1994

2001

“Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001”” 2001 

RA 9155:  Formally renamed DECS as the Department of Education and transferred “culture” and “sports” to the National Commission for the Culture and the Arts and the Philippine Sports Commission

DECS


II. Overview of Philippine Education Educational al System

Structure of the Formal Public Educational System Age

3

4

5

Grade/ Year

Level

6

7

8 9 10 11

1

2

3 4

5 6

12 13 14 15

ELEMENTARY

SECONDARY

SCHOOL

(Compulsory)

(Optional) General Secondary School Vocational Secondary School Special Schools

Non--Formal Education Non 15-24 – Out of School Youth`

Level

25 above-Adults

20, 21 AND ABOVE

I II III IV

PRE –

AGE

16 17 18 19

LEVEL Basic Literacy Elementary Level Secondary Level

TERTIARY General, Humanities, Educ/Teacher Trng, Social/Beh. Sci. Business Ad., Natural Science Mathematics Trades, Crafts Home Econ. Service Traders Mass Com, Other Dis., Fine Arts, Architectural, Religious/Theology, Law & Jurisprudence, Medical, Engineering, Veterinary, Medicine Post Secondary 2-3 Yr. Technical or Technician

GRADUATE

POST GRADUATE

Masteral Courses

Doctoral Courses


Vision: Functionally Literate Filipinos Teacher Development and Supply

Teachers

• ICT in Education • Partnerships with Private Sector/Industry • Increase spending for Basic Education

• SBM • Critical learning resources • Pre-school • Feeding

B A S I C Elementary ECE

Grade 1 Readiness Test

• Training • Certification Program

• RBEC • Tech Voc • Food for • English, school Science, Math • Every Child a • NAT Reader • NCAE • Multi-Grade • A&E

• Teachers benefits and Welfare

• Distance and alternative learning

• Hiring and deployment

E D U C AT I O N High School

Public Schools Private Schools Drop-outs

DSWD DOH LGUs

CHED

Special Education College/ University

 NCAE +

Technical Vocational

Counselling

TESDA

Labor Force Alternative Learning

Accreditation & Equivalency

Basic Education Framework

INDUSTRY


III. Sector Performance

Coverage:

88% 88 % of the total enrolment are

in Public Schools Central Office Regional Office

17..4M 17

=1 = 16 + 1 ARMM

Schools Division Offices

= 195

Enrolment

62%

Public Elem. Schools

= 37,807

+ 12,304,207

5%

Private Elem. Schools

= 6,664

+

1,092,781

26%

Public High Schools

= 5,110

+

5,126,459

7%

Private High Schools

= 4,392

+

1,332,846

=

=

19,856,293

*Public Enrolment does not include SUCs data (Source: BEIS-SSM)

53,973


III. Sector Performance Key Performance Indicators, Public & Private, in % Actual Indicator

Level

SY 05-06

SY 06-07

SY 09-10

58.6

70.0

73.4

75.3

77.0

79.0

67.3

77.3

79.9

80.5

81.0

Elem.

68.1

71.7

73.1

75.0

77.0

Sec.

61.7

72.1

75.4

76.0

76.3

Elem. Sec.

7.3 12.5

6.4 8.6

6.0 7.5

5.0 6.0

4.0 5.5

83.2

Sec.

58.5

Cohort Survival Elem. Rate Sec.

Dropout Rate

SY 08-09

90.0

84.4

Completion Rate

SY 07-08

84.8 85.21/ 61.9 63.61/

Elem.

Participation Rate

Targets

SY 2008-2009 Participation Rate is based on preliminary enrolment report

70.0


III. Sector Performance Increase funding in basic education 30.00% 25.00% 20.00% 15.00% 10.00% 5.00% 0.00%

2001-2003

2004-2006

FY 2007

FY 2008

FY 2009

% Increase of Nat'l Budget (PB)

26.24%

19.22%

18.06%

8.94%

15.32%

% Increase of DepED Budget (PB)

12.46%

13.85%

12.97%

8.68%

12.53%

N.B. The FY 2009 data refers to NEP level.


III. Sector Performance Increase funding in basic education 30.00% 25.00% 20.00%

Ave. share of educ. budget in developing countries is 20%, per WB report

15.00% 10.00% 6% International Standard

5.00% 0.00% Ave. % share of Nat'l Budget % Share Nat'l Budget (Net of Debt Service)

2001-2003

2004-2006

FY 2007

FY 2008

FY 2009

13.50%

12.90%

12.19%

12.16%

11.87%

17.22%

16.03%

15.10%

Average Share of Education Budget Per 2.53% 2.12% Ave. % of GDP EDCOM Report of 1991 1960’s : 29% 1970’s : 11% 1980’s : 13% 1990’s : 13%

2.07%


III. Sector Performance Grade 6 National Achievement Test, in MPS SY 200506

% Improve% ImproveSY 2006- ment fr. SY 2007- ment fr. Previous Previous 07 08 SY SY

English, Science & Math

51

58

12%

61

6%

Overall

55

60

10%

65

8%

MPS-Mean Percentage Score


III. Sector Performance

Improved proficiency level of those in school 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Low Mastery

Average Mastery

Moving Towards Mastery

Closely Approximating Mastery

Mastered

SY 06-07

8.18

49.17

38.72

3.92

0

SY 07-08

3.67

41.7

49.08

5.53

0.01


IV. Current Initiatives

Global Commitment 1. Philippines is committed to achieve the Millennium Development Goal 2 of achieving universal participation in primary level 2. Philippines is likewise committed to uphold Rights of Children based on the principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)


IV. Current Initiatives

Regional Cooperation 3. Philippines is hosting 3 strategic Regional Centers as part of the effort to promote greater ASEAN regional education collaboration


IV. Current Initiatives

4. Philippines is supporting the proposed establishment of 3 new SEAMEO Regional Centers in Indonesia: a. b. c.

SEAMEO Regional Center for Language (SEAMEO RECFOL) SEAMEO Regional Center for Mathematics (SEAMEO RECFOM) SEAMEO Regional Center for Science (SEAMEO RECFOS)

5. Philippines is actively participating in the Exchange Students Program being coordinated by various regional organization


IV. Current Initiatives

Broadening Opportunities for Regional Cooperation 6. Philippines has been sending Filipino Teachers and Educators to participate in the various training programs being offered by other SEAMEO Regional Centers, ASEAN and APEC EdNET. 7. Top Filipino education professionals currently working with SEAMEO and other regional organizations particularly in crafting/designing regional programs and projects. 8. Filipino Teachers are being recruited to teach English language in several countries of Asia


IV. Current Initiatives

Country Strategy 9. DepED as the principal agency for basic education has instituted reforms under the Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA) since the adoption of the Philippine Education for All 2015 (EFA 2015 2015)) Plan of Action. 10.. The Philippines Basic Education Curriculum offers 10 Asian Civilization, Culture and Tradition subject in Social Studies in both Elementary and Secondary.


IV. Current Initiatives

Country Strategy 11.. In 2004 11 2004,, DepED started to offer Arabic Language and Islamic Values Education (ALIVE) subject for Muslim Students in the Public Schools 12.. Under the Philippine Education For All 2015 Plan of 12 Action, the country would soon adopt 12 years of basic education to make its educational system comparable with other ASEAN countries and to the rest of the world


V. Emerging Challenges and Future Prospects

Emerging Challenges 

Need to substantially increase participation of all schoolschool-aged children

 Development of a common educational

framework for ASEAN Region 

Need to substantially address language barriers to achieve ASEAN students global competitiveness


V. Emerging Challenges and Future Prospects

Emerging Challenges ď ą Need to accelerate the effort of laying down

the ground towards ASEAN Education Integration in terms of curriculum standards, quality assurance and assessment, monitoring and evaluation ď ą

Need to accelerate initiatives on the use of ICT in promoting Regional Education Cooperation


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