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“Moving Forward the Reform Agenda”. 11 September 2008. FY 2009 Budget. Coverage Major Challenges Confronting Basic Education Thrusts and Strategies Proposed Budgets Priority Legislative Agenda. Presentation Outline. +. 12,304,207. +. 1,092,781. 5,126,459. +. 1,332,846. +.

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Moving forward the reform agenda

“Moving Forward the Reform Agenda”

11 September 2008

FY 2009 Budget


Presentation outline

Coverage

Major Challenges Confronting Basic Education

Thrusts and Strategies

Proposed Budgets

Priority Legislative Agenda

Presentation Outline


+

12,304,207

+

1,092,781

5,126,459

+

1,332,846

+

19,856,293

=

Coverage:88% of the total enrolment are in Public Schools

17.4M

= 1

Central Office

= 16 + 1 ARMM

Regional Office

= 195

Enrolment*, SY2007-2008

Schools Division Offices

= 37,807

Public Elem. Schools

62%

= 6,664

Private Elem. Schools

5%

= 5,110

26%

Public High Schools

= 4,392

7%

Private High Schools

= 53,973

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


Challenges preparing 5 year olds for formal instruction

Low readiness rate of Grade 1 entrants due to absence of preschool experience

High cost of privately-provided preschool education

Challenges:Preparing 5 Year- Olds for Formal Instruction


Challenges increasing participation by reaching the unschooled
Challenges: preschool experienceIncreasing Participation by reaching the unschooled

SY 2007-2008


Challenges: preschool experienceRetaining those in school

SY 1994-05

to

SY 2007-08


Challenges: preschool experienceRaising the proficiency level of those in school

Grade 6 National Achievement Test, in MPS

MPS-Mean Percentage Score


60 preschool experience

50

40

30

20

10

0

Moving

Closely

Average

Low Mastery

Towards

Approximating

Mastered

Mastery

Mastery

Mastery

8.18

49.17

38.72

3.92

SY 06-07

0

3.67

41.7

49.08

5.53

0.01

SY 07-08

Challenges:Raising the proficiency level of those in school


Challenges: preschool experienceIncreasing internal efficiency & effectiveness

Key Performance Indicators, Public & Private, in %

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


Challenges: preschool experienceIncreasing internal efficiency & effectiveness

Key Performance Indicators from DepED Programs


Challenges: preschool experienceMeeting the enrolment increases *

* Public only

** Projected


2009 estimated requirements
2009 Estimated Requirements preschool experience


2009 estimated requirements1
2009 Estimated Requirements preschool experience


Challenges increase funding in basic education
Challenges: preschool experienceIncrease fundingin basic education

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


Challenges increase funding in basic education1
Challenges: preschool experienceIncrease fundingin basic education

Average Share of Education Budget Per EDCOM Report of 19911960’s : 29% 1970’s : 11% 1980’s : 13% 1990’s : 13%


Thrusts and strategies

Expanding opportunities for preschool education preschool experience

Increasing the number of DepED preschool classes

Increasing resources for Service Contracting Scheme

Providing financial assistance to PTCA-organized preschools

Tightening standards for private preschools

Increasing pupil participation by reaching the unschooled

Strict implementation of “no collection” and “no uniform” policies

Implementation of Distance Learning Program, Alternative Learning and Inclusive Education

Implementation of Balik-Paaralan Para sa Out of School Youth and Adults (BP-OSA)

Basic Madrasah Education

Dropout Reduction Program

Family Mapping

Student Tracking System of the Child-Friendly School System

Thrusts and Strategies


3. Raising the proficiency level of those in school preschool experience

On-going refinement of Basic Education Curriculum

Every Child a Reader Program (ECARP)

Project Turning Around

Competency-Based Student Assessment

4. Focusing on human resource development

Adoption of National Competency-Based Teacher Standard

Certificate and Diploma programs for Non-Major Teachers

Training Programs for English, Science and Math Teachers

Training programs for Teaching Related and Non-Teaching Personnel

Local and International Training Program/Scholarships

5. Improving the health and nutritional condition of school children

Regular School Feeding Program

Regular Medical and Dental Services to Students

Thrusts and Strategies


Thrusts and strategies1

6. preschool experienceAddressing crucial resource requirements

Expansion of Education Service Contracting & Education Voucher System

Rationalization of MOOE allocation to schools, divisions and regions

Construction of classrooms, and provision of furniture, teachers, principal items and textbooks

Optimizing various sources, including Official Development Assistance

7. Providing new resources for learning

Provision of School Grant

Additional MOOE for Specialized Schools

Science and Tech-Voc Equipment, Laboratories and Workshops

Computerization Program

8. Strengthen public-private partnership

Adopt-A-School Program

Brigada Eskwela

Thrusts and Strategies


Comparative Budget, preschool experience

2008-2009 (P’000)




Trends in personal services fy 2005 2009
Trends in Personal Services, FY 2005-2009 preschool experience

PROPOSED

NEP


Trends in capital outlay and mooe fy 2005 2009 in pb
Trends in Capital Outlay and MOOE, FY 2005-2009 preschool experience(in PB)

FY 2009 CO Proposed

FY 2009 MOOE Proposed



Priority programs projects to address challenges1
Priority Programs & Projects preschool experienceto address challenges


Priority programs projects to address challenges2
Priority Programs & Projects preschool experienceto address challenges



Legislative agenda
Legislative Agenda preschool experience


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