Senior High School

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Senior High School
R.A. 10533
• Known as the Enhanced Basic Education Act
• Officially signed on May 15, 2013
• Mandates the full enhancement and
lengthening of Basic Education in the country
Senior High School
• SY 2016-2017: a milestone; SHS will officially
be implemented
• Planning must start NOW!
• SHS is a specialized upper-secondary
education composed of Core Curriculum and
Tracks
• The tracks are:
- Academic
- Technical-Vocational-Livelihood
- Sports and Arts
Each track will have strands (specializations
within a track)
The Strands in the Academic Track
Humanities, Education and Social Sciencesprepares a SHS student to pursue college degrees
focusing on human individuals and societies, such
as Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in
Education
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematicsfocus on the natural world, such as Bachelor of
Science. Included also are the Health Sciences,
Agricultural Sciences and Info. Tech.
The Strands in the Academic Track
Business, Accountancy and Management- focus
on business and industry, such as Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration and BS in
Accountancy
Sports and Arts Track
• Prepares the SHS student to participate in
national or international athletic tournaments
before or after graduation;
A track that prepares a SHS student to
participate creatively at a high artistic level in
art activities such as, but not limited to,
literature, dance, music, architecture,
painting, sculpture, theater, television, film,
and multimedia art .
Technical-Vocational-Livelihood
• Prepares a SHS student to become a jobready, skilled, middle-level worker leading to
an appropriate National Certificate from
TESDA
Tech-voc Strands: UMak Experience
Elective Track
Specialization
Work Opportunities
Tech Voc A
Automotive Technology
Automotive Technician
Ref & aircon technician
Machine shop operator
Electrician
Tech Voc B
Sheet metal Technology
Welding Technology
Basic Electronics
Civil Technology
Sheet metal fabricator
Welder
Radio/TV technician
Plumber and mason
Tech-voc Strands: UMak Experience
Elective Track
Specialization
Work Opportunities
Business Education A
Culinary Arts
Office Technology
Bookkeeping
Travel and Tourism
Entrepreneur
Catering assistant
Clerk, encoder
Bookkeeper
Tourist guide
Business Education B
Entrepreneurship
Marketing
Finance
Sales
Entrepreneur
Sales & marketing assistant
Bookkeeper
Sales
Merchandiser
Tech-voc Strands: UMak Experience
Elective Track
Specialization
Work Opportunities
Teacher Training
Sign Language
Story telling
Drawing
Care giving for toddlers
Interpreter
Story teller
Illustrator
Teacher’s aide
Contact Center
Computer keyboarding
Call center technology
Customer care
Comm apps
Encoder
Technical support
Call center agent
BPO agent
Tech-voc Strands: UMak Experience
Elective Track
Specialization
Work Opportunities
Computer Tech A
Mobile applications
Networking
Web development
Software development
Image editor
Web designer
Computer technician
IT technical support
Computer Tech B
Drafting
Computer hardware
Instrumentation and
control
Machine operation
Computer technician
Game designer
Machine
operator/technician
Tech-voc Strands: UMak Experience
Elective Track
Specialization
Work Opportunities
Art education &
appreciation
Freehand drawing
Graphic arts
Broadcasting
Computer aided design
Digital Design
Freehand artist
Graphic artist
Broadcast production
assistant
Digital designer
Dance, drama, & sports
Drama
Dance instruction
Sports coaching
Sports officiating
Stage performer
Production assistant
Coach
Referee
Tech-voc Strands: UMak Experience
Elective Track
Specialization
Work Opportunities
Citizenship and Leadership
Training
Brgy. Governance Program
Eco Waste Mngt.
Diplomatic protocol and
faux pas
Brgy. Worker
Social worker
Social devt. Project asst.
Allied Health
Nursing practice
Radiologic technology
Physical and occupational
therapy
Pharmacy
Caregiver
Radiologic asst.
Hilot/ clinical massage
therapist
Pharmacy asst.
Senior High School
• Preparations now will serve as inputs to the FY 2015
Budget
• Preparations for FY 2015 cycle will commence months
earlier and finish by the end of 2013
• January to April 2014- plan consolidation and budget
requirements
• The Department is using the strategic bottom-up
budgeting approach.
Gearing up for SHS Implementation
Requirements in preparing for SHS:
1. Policy decisions- need to be finalized on a
national level
2. IA and EA- must be conducted to ensure
proper understanding of supply and demand
(internal and external absorptive capacity,
market realities)
3. Infrastructure plan- will rest on 1 and 2
5 POLICY DECISIONS
1. SHS Curriculum (c/o Technical panels, Programs
and Projects)
-SHS curriculum: finalized by November 2013
-Specifics in the SHS curriculum are:
a. # of hrs. for Core Curr. and tracks
b. curriculum by track
c. strands per track
d. facility by requirements
e. equipment requirements
5 POLICY DECISIONS
2. Non-DepEd SHS Guidelines (c/o Programs
and Projects)
- will guide non-DepED
schools in
transitioning to SHS or guide them in their
decision to offer SHS
- Will guide regions and divisions in
creating partnerships with potential external
providers
5 POLICY DECISIONS
3. Voucher Policy (c/o Finance & Admin.)
- through E-GASTPE publicly funded and
privately managed SHS will be implemented
- will allow DepEd to utilize available capacity
in non DepEd schools instead of immediately
building more schools
5 Policy Decisions
4. Grade 12 Certificate / Grade 10
Certificate/Diploma ( c/o EXECOM &
ProgCom)
- will affect demand for SHS; still being
reviewed ( for alignment with NC offerings
and the PQF)
5 POLICY DECISIONS
5. Criteria for locating DepEd SHS (c/o Regional
Operations)
Factors to consider:
- internal capacity of the school to offer SHS
- Strategic location, accessibility, commute time
and distance
- Potential partnerships and potential demand
creation
5 POLICY DECISIONS
Factors to consider:
- Whether certain existing schools can still
accommodate more enrollment- even if there is still
buildable space
- Locating potential new school sites
- Faculty availability and their majors
- Facility requirements and revisiting classroom
specifications
INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL
ASSESSMENT
• INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
- enrolment projections
- internal absorptive capacity
• EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT
- external stakeholder capacity
- local development plans
- industry focus
- market realities
INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN
• The IP hinges on the ff. Questions:
1. Who are our learners?
2. What are the resource requirements?
3. What do we currently have?
4. Where should we build SHS?
SHS Pre-Planning Integrated with the
2015 Planning Cycle
PART 1: July and August 2013
START: Pre-planning for SHS
 IA- SHS Tool, Mapping, Buildable space, New
potential school sites, data gathering, data
completion
 EA- external data, potential partners, start initial
meeting with external stakeholders
 Regional MANCOMS- C.O. Deployed to regions
 DO, RO complete Situational Analysis
• PART 2: September and October 2013
START: FY 2015 Planning Cycle
MANCOMs- with RDs, , Budget Committee
Hearings
PART 3: November & December 2013
 K to 12 Curriculum ready for planning use
Refine plans based on Budget Comm. Inputs
Continuous meetings with LGU, private sector
& other external stakeholders for partnership
PART 4: January to March 2014
January- FY 2015 Budget Orientation and
Workshop; Regional MANCOMS
February- Budget Comm. Hearings in RO and
CO; Regional Budget Hearing
March- Final Budget Hearings with Budget
Comm.
March to April- Consolidation and submission
by April 15.
SHS IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP
2013:
Pre-planning for SHS and FY 2015 Planning
RA 10533 IRR
Complete K to 12 Curriculum
Guidelines for non-DepEd SHS
Criteria for Locating DepEd SHS
Decision on Grade 10 Certificate/ Grade 12
Diploma
Engagement of potential partners
SHS IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP
2014:
 Finish FY 2015 Budget requirements
Infra. Plan, location of SHS and resource
requirement determined
IM development
Procurement of certain resources
Teacher training and assessment
FY 2016 Planning and Budgeting
Refinement of partnerships
SHS IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP
2015:
 Construction starts for majority of infra.
Requirements
Voucher Scheme financing and mechanism set
Refinement and finalization of arrangements with
partners
Preparation for SY ‘17-’18
Procurement continues
FY 2017 Planning and Budgeting
SHS IMPLEMENTATION ROADMAP
2016:
 Start of SHS implementation
DepEd and non-DepEd providers ready at the
start of SY 2016-2017
Continuous preparation for SY 2017-2018
QUESTIONS FOR IA
• Who are our learners?
1. Where do they live? What is their
profile?
2. How will they be affected by selected
locations? Will there be unserved areas?
3. How do we achieve the right mix of
60:40 , public:private enrolment?
QUESTIONS FOR IA
• What are the resource requirements?
1. Do we have a steady supply of teachers?
(E. Uy’s slide 5)
2. What are the views of HEIs, TVI and
private schools on vouchers? What are the
potential price points?
QUESTIONS FOR IA
• What do we currently have?
1. Do our existing schools have buildable
space?
2. Can they absorb incremental
enrolment?
QUESTIONS FOR IA
• Where do we build SHS?
1. Are there potential new school sites?
2. Is it accessible to learners ?
3. Is it suited to learners and industry
preferences?
Questions for Private Schools
• Do you intend to offer SHS?
• What preparations have you made so far?
• Which tracks and which strands do you intend
to offer/Why?
• What are your views on a voucher system?
What are the potential price points? (GASTPE)
• What is your absorptive capacity for
incremental SHS enrolment?

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