EDUCATION. Objectives, Philosophy, and History. “ Just as the body does not develop, fully without exercise, neither does the mind.” - David Brinkerhoff and Lynn K. White. NATURE OF EDUCATION. The basic purpose of education is the transmission of knowledge.
Objectives, Philosophy, and History
> defined as the open states and intended goals or consequences of activities within organization of institution.
1. Restricting some activities.
2. Matchmaking and Production of Social Networks
3. Creation of Generation Gap
5) To promote the sciences, arts, and letters for the enrichment of life and the recognition of the dignity of the human person.
4. UP, Phil. School of Arts & Trades, and PNU were established
1. 1. Private school flourished
2. In 1911, the Private School Law Act 2706 was enacted. It made obligatory the recognition and inspection of private schools and colleges to maintain a standard of efficiency in all private schools and colleges.
1. Elementary Education Act repealed Commonwealth Act 586, thus restoring Grade 7 which, double-single session was abolished and classes reverted to the “Each One Teach One” process.
2. All education institutions were required to have a daily flag ceremony
3. Prescribing the inclusion of a course on the life works and writings.
1. In 1972, Dept. of Education was named Dept. of Education and Culture.
2. Pres. Marcos passed Presidential Decree 1006, declaring teachers as professionals and teaching a profession.
3. In 1974, the National College Entrance Examination (NLEE) was implemented.
5. Public Secondary Education
7. Provision of loan assistance to poor
8. Expansion af alternative school systems for tribal minorities and the disabled
9. Launching of Values Education Program
10. Secondary Educ. Dev’t Proram (SEDP) was launched starting with first year level in SY 1989-1990
11. In 1990, Pres, Aquino formed the Commission on Education (EDCOM)
3. Implementation of National Secondary Assessment Test (NSAT)
-Education on literacy (EOI)
1.Non-formal Education Accreditation and equivalency System (Project Ease)
a) Language Policy
b) Teaching Math, Science and IT
1. Expanding access to basic education
2. Improving the quality an relevance of basic education; improved basic literacy
3. Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the system and of the schools
5. Strengthening local culture, arts and school sports
1.Creation of the Commission on Preparatory School Education
Article XIV, Section 2(1) of the 1987 Constitution provides: “The State shall establish, maintain, and support a complete, adequate, and integrated system of education relevant to the needs of the people and society.”
Article XIV, Section 1 provides: “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.”
1. Open Tertiary Education Act
Article XIV, Section 2(2) provides that: “The State shall establish, maintain, and support a complete, adequate, and integrated system of education relevant to the needs of the people and society.”
Article XIV, Section 3 (2) states that: “All educational institutions shall foster love of humanity and respect for human rights…”
4. Classroom Shortage
2. The automatic debt service takes a huge chunk off our scarce national resources