Dr. Ruth L. Fuentes

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State of Philippine Education and Neighboring Regions Dr. Ruth L. Fuentes Head, Special Concerns and Research Department of Education

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Presentation Outline I.

The Philippine Education System • • • • • •

II. III. IV. V.

Department’s Mandate Vision, Mission and Core Values Structure of Philippine Education System Function Coverage The Education For All & Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda

Basic Education Performance Budget and Financing Ten Point Education Agenda of the New Administration Legislative Agenda 2

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Education Act of 1982 An Act providing for the establishment and maintenance of an integrated system of education.

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1987 Philippine Constitution “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)

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Tri-focalization of Education Management

DECS for basic education

TESDA for post-secondary, middle-level manpower training and development (RA 7796, August 25, 1994)

CHED for higher education

(RA 7722, May 18, 1994)

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“Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001” (R.A. 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

 Redefined the roles of different administrative levels of DepED (central office, regional offices, division offices, district offices and schools)

DepEd’s New Vision, Mission and Core Values Vision By 2030, DepEd is globally recognized for good governance and for developing functionally-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. Core Values Culture of Excellence, Integrity and Accountability; Maka-Diyos; Makatao; Makabayan; Makakalikasan Source: Adoption of the DepED-Balance Scorecard under the Performance Governance System per DepEd Order 39, s. 2010

Structure of Philippine Education System Age

3 4

5

Grade/ Year PRE –

Level

SCHOOL

KINDER GARTEN

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7

8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19

1 2 3 4 5 6

I II III IV

ELEMENTARY

SECONDARY

(Compulsory)

(Optional)

TERTIARY

20, 21 AND ABOVE

GRADUATE

Master Courses

POST GRADUATE

Doctoral Courses

ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM AGE

LEVEL 15-24 – Out of School Youth Basic Literacy Level 25 above-Adults Elementary Level Secondary Level

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Roles of DepED per RA 9155 Central Office

OPERATIONS

Region

Division

Schools

> > > > >

Policy-making Standards-setting Resource generation /Allocation Enforcement of standards Monitoring and quality assurance

> Instructional leadership > Administrative support to schools (i.e. MOOE) > Resource generation (i.e. Local School Board) > Direct delivery of quality education 9

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Central Office

Coverage

= 16 + 1 ARMM

Regional Office Schools Division Offices

= 199**

No. of Districts

= 2,437

68%

Public Elem. Schools*

= 37,801

13%

Private Elem. Schools

= 7,084

10%

Public High Schools*

= 5,747

9%

Private High Schools

= 4,707

= *No. of schools includes data of SUCs, CHED and TESDA (as of Sept 22, 2009) **Including 5 interim divisions (as of July 6, 2010)

55,339 Schools 10

ATTACHED AGENCIES

1. PHILIPPINE HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

2. NATIONAL BOOK DEVELOPMENT BOARD 3. NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR CHILDREN’S TELEVISION 4. NATIONAL MUSEUM

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Coverage: Size of Learners (in ’000) 25,000

L E A R N E R S

20,000 15,000 10,000 5,000 0 Publ

Priv

SY 20012002 ALS3/ Secondary

* Targets

Priv

SY 20052006

Publi c

Privat e

SY 20082009

Publ

Priv

SY 20092010

Publ

Priv

SY 20102011*

38

26

57

49

192

127

209

124

205

187

4,449

1,281

4,978

1,285

5,379

1,342

5,417

1,407

5,600

1,450

* Elementary 11,929

933

Preschool

322

Total

Publ

350

19.33M

11,984 1,016 12,562 1,112 12,790 1,131 13,608 1,171 524

388

20.28M

746

429

21.89M

1,049

436

22.56M

1,877

453

24.55M

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The EFA and BESRA

Philippine Education For All (EFA) 2015 Plan

Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA) Functional Literate Filipinos* * Ability to communicate effectively, solve problem, think critically and creatively, use resources 13 sustainably and be productive, develop sense of community and expand world view

Basic Education Performance

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INDICATOR A. ACCESS Indicators: 1. Gross Enrolment Rate Public and Private Public Only 2. Participation Rate Public and Private Public Only

ELEMENTARY SECONDARY SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010 SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010

102.05% 91.13% 85.12% 75.55%

92.80%

82.92% 64.16%

67.91%

76.87%

60.74% 45.59%

48.65%

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INDICATOR B. EFFICIENCY Indicators: 1. Completion Rate Public and Private Public Only 2. Drop-out Rate Public and Private Public Only

ELEMENTARY SECONDARY SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010 SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010

73.28% 63.34% 6.02% 8.85%

63.47%

75.24% 57.65%

58.05%

8.84%

7.45% 14.62%

14.70%

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INDICATOR

ELEMENTARY SECONDARY SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010 SY 2008-2009 SY 2009-2010

C. QUALITY Indicators: 1. National Achievement Test in MPS Public and Private 65.55% 68.01% 46.71% 45.56% Public Only 66.33% 69.21% 47.40% 46.38% Private Only 52.47% 44.17% 42.59% 2. School Readiness Assessment Results, % of Gr.1 Assessed (Public) Pre-Assessment Ready 36.00% 40.00% Not Ready 64.00% 60.00% Post-Assessment Ready 69.00% 81.00% Not Ready 31.00% 19.00% 3. Accreditation and Equivalency ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM Results FY 2008 FY 2009 No. of Learners 319,200 332,500 No. of Test Takers 210,726 120,741 No. of Test Passers 54,219 25,487 % Test Passers based on Takers 26% 21% Growth rate used in school age population for 2008-2009 is 2.04% (constant) based on 2000 CPH17 Growth rate used in school age popualtion for 2009-2010 is based on regional growth rates based on 2007

Budget and Financing

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DepEd Budget 250 200 150 Ave. Share of DepEd’s Budget from GDP: 2.26%

100 50 0 Budget % share of DepEd Budget to GDP

P0.78B* P0.35B* P0.271B* P0.166B* P0.169B* P2.4B* P6.4B* P8.9B* P0.8B* 2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

90 2.5%

105 106 2.8% 2.5%

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112 122 137 149 174 175 2.1% 2.0% 2.1% 2.0% 2.3%

2.3%

2006

2007

2008

2009

* Private sector support to basic education via Adopt a School Program on top of the GAA.

2010

2011* 202

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DepEd Budget and % Share from the National Budget

200.00

16.00 14.00

150.00

12.00 10.00

100.00

8.00 6.00

50.00

4.00 2.00

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FY 2001

FY 2002

FY 2003

FY 2004

FY 2005

FY 2006

FY 2007

FY 2008

FY 2009

FY 2010

DepED Budget (P'B)

89.61

105.30

106.48

109.52

112.04

121.56

137.33

149.25

174.47

174.97

% share of National

13.77

13.49

13.24

13.62

12.35

12.74

12.19

12.16

12.33

11.35

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FY 2010 DepED Budget, by Allotment Class (Share in %) Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses 13%

Capital Outlay 7%

Personal Services 80%

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Official Development Assistance (ODA) 2%

LGUs-Special Education Fund (SEF) 6%

Others 5%

SOURCE DepED Regular Budget

DepED Regular Budget 87%

Official Development Assistance (ODA) LGUs-Special Education Fund (SEF) Others Total

AMOUNT FY 2009 (in Php M) 174,468

3,798

11,492 (as of 2008) 10,917 200,675

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Ten Point Agenda of the New Aquino Administration

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1. 12-Year Basic Education Cycle 2. Universal Pre-Schooling for all

3. Madaris Education as a Sub-system Within the Education 4. Technical-Vocational Education as an Alternative Stream in Senior High School 5. “Every Child A Reader” by Grade 1 24

6. Science and Math Proficiency 7. Assistance to Private Education as partners in basic education 8. Medium of Instruction rationalized

9. Quality Textbooks 10. Covenant with Local Governments to build more schools. 25

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Thank you!

45 Briefer for the Committee on Basic Education and Culture, House of Representatives , August 11, 2010

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