Educational Crisis in the Philippines Power Point

Report
Educational Crisis in the
Philippines
Almost 17 million out-of-school
youth and unschooled adults
20% of population (2005)
20
20
Back to School
Program only
addresses this
segment
Computers
help children
develop their
analytical
and creative
skills
Children
learn to work
with one or
two partners
which leads
to the
development
of their
social skills.
LOCAL GOV’T UNIT
Provides the land &
facilities for Community
Information Centers
(CICs),
Operations and
Maintain CIC’s,
Provide instructors
from the community to
be trained by DepEd for
assistance in Literacy
Mapping and
implementing ALS
learning programs.
ROTARY
Provides computer
sets and assistance
in securing
software, reference
materials and
assistant learning
instructors,
Assist in literacy
mapping,
Assist monitoring &
Evaluation
DEPED
Provides classroom
facilities for Computer
labs in schools,
Coordinate w/ LGUs for ELearning Programs at
CIC’s
ALS teachers, modules,
teacher training,
Enrollment of Targeted
learners, ie. OSY and
Adults,
Overall supervision of ALS
and A&E Programs of
DepEd in the community.
• Tie up with
INSTITUTE OF NON
FORMAL
EDUCATION AND
COMMUNITY
OUTREACH
PROGRAM OF
USJR for
Mentoring and
Vocational
Training.
• Tie up with other
institutions for
livelihood training
• Provide E-Learning
facilities for MOBILE ALS
TEACHERS PROGRAM of
the Dept. of Education
Bureau of ALS

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