The nonprofit organization proposes a voucher system to the DepEd and Commission for Higher Education (CHED) to give out-of-school youth a chance to pursue tertiary education. As part of the Aquino administration vow, of the P2.606-trilliion national budget, the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) allocated P367.1 billion for the DepEd, the highest among the government agencies. Read more », Miriam College, Goldsmiths fuse design thinking and education in unique graduate program, Miriam CollegeUpdated as of Mar 09 10:16 AM, A niche graduate degree program called Designing Education jointly developed by Miriam College and Goldsmiths, University of London was formally launched recently. Read more », Senior high grads accepted in private sector, not so much in gov't - DepEd chief, Trishia Billones, ABS-CBN NewsPosted at Oct 01 12:03 PM, Graduates of senior high school could be employed in the private sector more easily than in government, Education Secretary Leonor Briones. TheK-12 curriculum was signed into law back in 2013, adding three years to the country’s basic education curriculum. Read more », ‘MMK’ returns with touching portrait of Pinoy doctor who lost his life to COVID-19, Boxing: Ex ALA coaches continue boss’ legacy with startup gym, Capiz Archbishop Jose Advincula now a cardinal, Thousands protest as France reels from police violence, ALAMIN: Prosesong daraanan ng mga bakuna kontra COVID-19 bago ipagamit, ALAMIN: Ligtas tips para sa mga online shoppers ngayong Pasko, ‘Lalabas din ang katotohanan’: Jamir Garcia’s partner speaks up on musician’s death, DILG, DENR join forces to clamp down on illegal logging after record Luzon floods, DOH to health workers: File a complaint to us if unpaid, benefits delayed, UK testing error wrongly tells 1,300 people they have coronavirus, Roque on appearing at crowded event: ‘General compliance’ of COVID protocols was met, LOOK: Hopia of ‘Goin’ Bulilit’ fame gets engaged, Leptospirosis patients sa Amang Rodriguez Medical Center umabot na sa 25, 80% imprastraktura, agrikultura sa Caramoan nasira ng mga bagyo, Ilang binagyo sa Catanduanes napilitang lumuwas para maka-online class. Progressive educational reform is good, and while the K-12 transition is not as smooth, everything gets better in time. The program brings together teachers, parents, community members and stakeholders every third week of May in an effort to maximize civil participation and utilize local resources to prepare public schools for the opening of classes. Despite the higher number compared to that of last year, the increases were lower from an average of P35.66 per unit to P29.86. Before K to 12, the Philippines had been one of only three remaining countries in the world–the other two being Djibouti and Angola–to have a 10-year basic education cycle. The goal of this article is to identify and/or to explore the misalignment of the teaching pedagogies as mandated by (RA # 10533) in the sound idea … Education reform has been in a need in the Philippines for generations. Despite the massive number of graduates the country’s institutions of higher learning produce annually, not all possess the life skills needed to enter and become productive members of the work force. Toward this end, business organizations have been supporting the K to 12 Program on its continued and proper reform implementation. Consistent support has been provided by the Makati Business Club, Philippine Business for Education (PBEd), Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Management Association of the Philippines, the Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines, Employers Confederation of the Philippines, American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Australia-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines. Quality education is the best that the country can offer, a call that leads to quality employment for a better quality of life. Read more », Supreme Court declares K to 12 program constitutional, Mike Navallo, ABS-CBN NewsUpdated as of Nov 10 04:56 PM, The Supreme Court has unanimously declared government's K to 12 basic education program as constitutional, 5 years since it was signed into law. Mandated by the Philippine Constitution, the government must allocate the highest proportion of its budgetary needs to education. Read more », K-12 paints 'optimistic picture,' says KidZania official, The expanded basic education system or K-12 shows the Philippines' "principle for change," an official of the KidZania global chain of theme parks said Tuesday. Despite the K-12 Law and the other educational reforms such as the Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UniFAST) Law and the Free Higher Education Law, the Philippines continues to get poor marks in international education performance indices.