October 18, 2010 / DepED-Bataan Convention Hall
Plea: Mrs. Beata O. Samaniego Values Education Supervisor Mr. Edgar At the. Garcia ICT Supervisor Doctor Romeo M. Alip Educational institutions Division Superintendent
Roll Call up:
Dialogue Proper: Mrs. Celia G. Nacpil Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Doctor Carolina T. Sugpatan SPED & Non-public Schools Boss Group Workshop Dr . Leticia A. Orpiano Science Secondary Supervisor emcee
October 18, 2010 DepED-Bataan Conference Lounge
" We have to add 2 years. Those who can afford pay about fourteen years of schooling before University. Therefore, their children have become into the finest
universities as well as the best careers after
graduation. I want in least 12 years for our public school children to give these people an even probability at doing well. вЂќ
Leader Benigno S i9000. Aquino III
Enhancing the caliber of basic education in the Thailand is urgent and essential. Thus, we must come up with a pitch to enhance our basic education program in a manner that is least disruptive to the present curriculum, most affordable to authorities and people, and aligned with worldwide practice.
Poor people quality of basic education is shown in the low achievement scores of Filipino college students. пЃ± Various students whom finish basic education do not need00 sufficient mastery of fundamental competencies. One reason is that students having adequate instructional time or time in task. пЃ± The Countrywide Achievement Evaluation (NAT) for grade six in SY 2009-2010 transferring rate is only 69. 21%. Although this really is already a 24% improvement over the SY 2005-2006 transferring rate, even more reforms will be needed to achieve substantial improvement. The NAT for high school graduation is 46. 38% in SY 2009-2010, a slight decrease from forty seven. 40% in SY 2008-2009.
International checks results like 2003 TIMSS (Trends in International Math concepts and Research Study) пЃ± the Philippines ranked 34th out of 38 countries in HS II Mathematics and 43rd out of 46 countries in HS II Scientific research; пЃ± to get grade 4, the Thailand ranked 23rd out of 25 participating countries in both Mathematics and Technology пЃ± In 2008, even with only the scientific research high colleges participating in the Advanced Mathematics category, the Philippines was ranked least expensive
The overloaded curriculum to some extent explains the present state of education. пЃ± The current standard education was created to teach a 12-year subjects, yet it really is delivered in only 10 years.
This kind of quality of education is usually reflected in the inadequate prep of high university graduates to get the world of job or entrepreneurship or higher education. пЃ± High school graduation graduates likewise do not possess the fundamental competencies or emotional maturity essential for the world of work. About 70. 9% of the unemployed are at least high school teachers and many of these of the unemployed are 15-34 years old (Table 2).
пЃ± While the availability of economic opportunities contributes to this, it also demonstrates the mismatch in the labor and education markets. The World Bank Philippines Skills Record in 2009 reveals, based on a survey of employers, critical gaps in critical skills of participants such as problem-solving, initiative and creativity, and, to a reduced extent, gaps in task specific technological skills.
Further, most participants are too youthful to enter the labor force. пЃ± This implies those who do not pursue advanced schooling would be useless or become vulnerable to exploitative labor methods. пЃ± People who may be interested to set up organization cannot officially enter into contracts.
The current program also reinforces the misperception that simple education is really a preparatory stage for higher education. пЃ± For most parents, fundamental education is usually seen as a prep for college or university education. Even this misperception falls less than expectations as most students will often have to take helpful and high school graduation level classes in colleges and universities.
The transientness of the standard education system also sets the millions of overseas...