A Presentation by Dr. Luz Almeda

Report
Firming-up Institutional
Requirements Toward the
Implementation of the
Senior High School Program
“An idealist believes the short run doesn’t count.
A cynic believes the long run doesn’t matter.
A realist believes that what is done
or left undone in the short run
determines the long run.”
- Sydney J. Harris
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: Senior High School Curriculum
*The Academic track includes four (4) strands: Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM); General Academic;
Humanities and Social Science (HUMSS); and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: The Proposed Grades 11 and 12 will have 31
80-hour subjects, totalling 2,480 hours.
31 TOTAL SUBJECTS
16
15
Track Subjects
Core Subjects
7
9
Contextualized
Subjects
Specialization
subjects
Each subject will have 80 hours per semester
P.E. and Health will have 20 hours per semester for 4 semesters
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: Senior High School Subjects
Core Subjects
same
same
content competencies
Contextualized
Subjects in the
Tracks
different
same
content competencies
Specialization
Subjects in the
Tracks
different
different
content competencies
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
INTERNAL &
EXTERNAL
ASSESSMENT
POLICY
INFRASTRUCTURE
& HUMAN RESOURCE
PLAN
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
Voucher
Policy
Criteria
for SHS
G10
Cert
Non-DepEd
SHS
Guidelines
SHS
Curriculum
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
Local
Dev’t
Plans
Industry
Focus
Demand
&
Supply Student/
Parent
Pref.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
Here are a number of areas we need to look at
for Internal Assessment
SHS
Implementation
Team
Internal
Capability of
Schools
Staff Profiles
Buildable
Space
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
INFRASTRUCTURE
& HUMAN
RESOURCE PLAN
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
We have 13,031 high schools for SY 2012.
National Profile – Secondary Schools
Number of high schools
Schools with no annex
Mother schools
Annex/extension schools
Public
7,749
5,747
795
1,207
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Private
5,282
5,139
100
43
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
National Profile – Higher Education Institutions
Public
Private
316
1,511
Private HEIs
NA
1,511
State Universities and Colleges
230
NA
Local Universities and Colleges
77
NA
Other Government HEIs
7
NA
Special HEIs
2
NA
609,538
906,797
NA
906,797
State Universities and Colleges
532,826
NA
Local Universities and Colleges
73,973
NA
Other Government HEIs
1,701
NA
Special HEIs
1,038
NA
Total Higher Ed Institutions (HEIs)
Absorptive Capacity of HEIs
Private HEIs
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
National Profile – Technical Vocational
Total TechVoc (DepED)
Agriculture
Public
282
156
Private
NA
NA
81
45
446
NA
NA
3,625
Arts and Trade
Fisheries
Other TVIs (TESDA)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Recall: SHS Planning Framework (2013)
INTERNAL &
EXTERNAL
ASSESSMENT
POLICY
INFRASTRUCTURE
& HUMAN
RESOURCE PLAN
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Our Goal and Priority
In 2015: at least 1 public SHS per
division
In 2016: at least 1 public SHS per
city or municipality
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Updates in the Last 12 Months
1.
Complete SHS curriculum
2.
Guidelines for SHS Permit Applications of
Non-DepEd Schools (DM No. 4, s.2014)
3.
Joint DOLE-DepEd-CHED-TESDA Guidelines
on Labor and Management Component of the
IRR of RA 10533
4.
SHS Voucher Program Policy Paper
5.
Ongoing CHED-DOLE Survey of Private HEIs
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
K – 3: Early Childhood
Status and Accomplishments
Curriculum
 K-3 curriculum guides
 K-3 curriculum work and refinement
 Multi-grade curriculum
 Programs for the gifted, talented and SPED
Teachers
 Mass training of grade 3 teachers in the new curriculum
Materials
 Kindergarten activity sheets, storybooks, and
manipulative toys
 Development, reproduction, and distribution of TGs and
contextualized LMs for Grades 1-3
 Review and redevelopment of Grades 1 and 2 learner’s
materials and teacher’s guide
 Formulation of the assessment framework
Assessment  Appropriate formative assessment (classroom level) for
K-3
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
4 – 6: Middle School
Status and Accomplishments
Curriculum
 4-6 curriculum guides
 Multi-grade curriculum
 Programs for Science
Teachers
Materials
 Development of Grade 4 LMs and TGs
 Conduct of Instructional Design workshop in support
of Textbook Call
Assessment
 Formulation of the assessment framework
 Appropriate formative assessment (classroom level)
for 4-6
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
7 – 10: Junior High School
Status and Accomplishments
Curriculum
 7-10 curriculum guides
 Special programs (Science, Technology and
Engineering, Sports, Arts, Foreign Language, and
Journalism)
Teachers
 Mass training of grades 7-9 teachers in partnership
with TEIs
Materials
 Validation of G10 LMs (developed last Feb-Mar)
 Conduct of Instructional Design workshop in support of
Textbook Call
Assessment
Formulation of the assessment framework
Appropriate formative assessment (classroom level) for
7-10
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
11 – 12: Senior High School
Status and Accomplishments
Curriculum
Teachers
 SHS core curriculum guides
 SHS contextualized in the track subjects
 SHS specialization subjects
 Pioneering SHS programs that need to be included in
the K12 SHS curriculum menu
 Articulation of teacher qualifications in all tracks/
strands
Instructional
Materials
 Conduct of Instructional Design workshop in support
of Textbook Call
Facilities and
Equipment
 Revising facilities and equipment requirements for the
establishment of SHS
Assessment
Formulation of the assessment framework
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Immediate Next Steps
1.
Revisit 2015 (or “early implementation”)
nominations from ROs/SDOs based on final
SHS curriculum, program requirements,
updated data from IA and EA
2.
Determine resource requirements
(classrooms, facilities & equipment,
teachers, learning resources) for potential
2015 public SHS
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Partnerships for Senior High School
“If you do not think about the future.
You cannot have one.”
- John Galsworthy
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Why partnerships are important
MORE
RESOURCES,
ABLE TO DO
MORE
NO NEED TO DO
EVERYTHING,
OURELVES
ALLOW US TO
FOCUS ON WHAT
WE DO BEST
CONSTITUENCY,
COMMUNITY
OF
SUPPORTERS
EDUCATIONAL
VALUE FOR
OUR
LEARNERS
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Steps in partnership-building
1
Know what the
problems and
needs are and
make our
stakeholders see
these as their
own.
2
Take stock of what
we can put into
the partnership.
3
Know our
stakeholders and
how they can
help us.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
4
Know how to
engage our
stakeholders and
how to sustain this
engagement.
Partnerships for Senior High School
1
WHAT WE NEED
More SHS
providers
Internships
or on-the-job
training
Sports, techvoc and other
facilities
Inputs to our
curriculum
More teacher
exposure to
the workplace
Scholarships/
student
financial aid
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Partnerships for Senior High School
2
WHAT WE BRING
VOUCHERS
TAX
INCENTIVES
“OWNERSHIP
OF K TO 12
REFORM”
WILLINGNESS
TO SHARE
OWNERSHIP
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Analyzing the Potential Partners
3
Questions to Ask:
The www.how Method
1.Who are the potential partners?
2.What resources do they have? What can
they contribute?
3.Why are they interested in SHS? What
are their stakes/issues?
4.How do we engage them?
4
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Potential Partners
NEEDS
Additional SHS providers
POTENTIAL PARTNERS
Inputs on how to make our curriculum
offerings more relevant
Opportunities and/or facilities for
internships or on-the-job training
Opportunities for more teacher exposure
in the workplace
Enhancement of sports and tech-voc
facilities
Private Sector/ Companies,
LGUs
Private HS, Private HEIs,
LUCs, SUCs, TVTIs
Private Sector/Companies
Private Sector/Companies
Private Sector/Companies,
LGUs, NGOs
LGUs, NGOs
Scholarships to cover top-up of SHS
students who will enrol in private schools Private Sector
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Partnerships for Senior High School
Who
What
Why
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
How
Partnerships for Senior High School
Who
Private HS
What
Why
Available
Need to stay in
classrooms,
business with the
other facilities implementation of
SHS
Teachers
Availability of
Readiness to vouchers
offer SHS (for
validation,
Financial viability
based on
DepEd
guidelines)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
How
Inform them of the
availability of SHS
vouchers
Offer training for
the private school
teachers to prepare
for SHS.
Partnerships for Senior High School
Who
Private
HEIs and
SUCs, and
TVTIs
What
Available
classrooms,
other
facilities,
teachers
Why
How
Inform them of the
Need to stay in business
with the implementation of availability of SHS vouchers
K to 12
Need to ensure quality of
Grade 12 graduates who
Planning and will move to college
research
expertise
Availability of vouchers/
Financial viability
Teacher
training
expertise
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Engage them in helping the
division develop a good
implementation and M & E
plan.
Engage them in the provision
of teacher training
Partnerships for Senior High School
Who
What
Business Information on
sector/
available jobs
industry now and in the
future/ inputs
to curriculum
Why
How
Need for steady Get their inputs re: localization
supply of
of the curriculum
qualified human
Work on internship
resources
arrangements
Little or no
college
Opportunities graduates for
for internships/ two years
teacher
exposure to
Education as
the workplace one CSR
priority
Challenge them to invest CSR
resources in preparatory work
such as teacher training,
facilities improvement
CSR funds
Open ASP window
Tax incentives
Get them to offer scholarships
for students who cannot afford
the top-up, if needed
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Partnerships for Senior High School
Who
LGU
What
Why
Local development
plans
SEF and local
development funds
Power to enact
ordinances, issue
licenses and permits
Physical facilities
which may be put to
use by the schools
Mandate to serve
its constituents
How
To manage the
involvement of the
LGU, have a formal
Access to national
MOA spelling out the
government
parameters of the
resources to benefit partnership. DepEd
its citizens
should establish
itself as the lead for
Need to be
these efforts.
identified as part of,
if not a key player
Get them to commit
in, a major
local resources for
education reform
the program.
Influence on other
stakeholders
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Partnerships for Senior High School
Who
NGOs
What
Why
Resources
Programs that can
support schools,
teachers and students
To pursue its
mission and
mandate to serve
the community
Need to be
identified as part
of, if not a key
player in, a major
education reform
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
How
Find alignment
between their
programs and the
needs of SHS
Putting it all together
Partner
What we put in What we get
Outcome
Private HS
Vouchers
Teacher training
More SHS providers
Less pressure on gov’t
resources
Private HEIs, Vouchers
SUCs, LUCs,
TVTIs
More SHS providers
Expertise/ technical assistance
Less pressure on gov’t
resources
Private
sector/
companies
Inputs into the curriculum
Internship opportunities
Teacher exposure to workplace
CSR funds for facilities
improvement, scholarships
More relevant
curriculum
Enhanced learning
facilities
Better student access
Sharing ownership
of K to 12 reform
Tax incentives
LGUs
Sharing ownership
of K to 12 reform
Info on development plans
More resources
LGU clout
More relevant
curriculum
More resources
NGOs
Sharing ownership
of K to 12 reform
Benefits of NGO programs
supportive of SHS
More resources
Better student access
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Plans for the Senior HS Voucher Program
“Opportunities are usually disguised
as hard work,
so most people don’t recognize them.
- Ann Landers
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Latest on the SHS Voucher Program
• Key features of the Program
– Greater private participation in SHS provision
through a voucher program
– Voucher amounts aligned to public cost of
provision
– Vouchers to be distributed to all public and ESC
Grade 10 graduates, including eligible private,
non-ESC Grade 10 graduates
– Voucher as a long term program of the DepEd
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Projected SHS Enrollment, 2016-2018
3
2.5
0.67
0.68
2
1.5
0.35
1
0.5
2.03
2.14
2017
2018
1.08
0
2016
Public SHS Enrollment
Private SHS Enrollment
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Pure public provision
Pure public provision would place enormous
management and budgetary strain on DepED
• 57,100 classrooms
• 82,400 specialized teachers.
These numbers could be reduced contingent
upon the willingness and capacity of the private
sector and other non-DepED providers to offer
SHS .
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Why expand private provision in SHS?
Pragmatic
• Address reduced
enrollments in HEIs
• Reduce institutional
pressures on public school
system
• Minimize upfront capital
cost
Fundamental
Greater
Private
Participation
in SHS
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
• Greater diversity in supply
• Greater dynamism in the
system
• Greater autonomy
• Greater student choice
Senior High School Voucher
• Republic Act No. 10533, enacted in 2013, provides for
the expansion of the GASTPE program to SHS,
including the implementation of a voucher program
• Voucher: expands student choice
– Is easily scalable and administratively feasible
– Minimizes discretion and conflict of interest
– Has built-in accountability mechanisms that leads to
improvements in quality
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Agreements on SHS Voucher Recipients
• Eligible voucher
recipients:
– All Grade 10 graduates
from public schools
– All Grade 10 ESC graduates
from private schools
– Some Grade 10 graduates
from private schools,
subject to application
• Vouchers must be used in
the school year
immediately following
graduation.
• Voucher recipients will
receive subsidy until they
graduate from Grade 12,
regardless of transfer of
school.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Agreements on Voucher Tiering
• Voucher amount approximates public cost of provision
– Tier 1: based on regional clusters (3-4 groupings)
– Tier 2: by type of beneficiary
– public Grade 10 graduate: full voucher value
– ESC/private Grade 10 graduate: approx. 80% of full value
• Voucher amount is determined by the location of the school where an
SHS student is enrolled in.
Cluster 1
Cluster 2
Cluster 3
Cluster 4
• Full value:
P15,000
• Approx
80% value:
P12,000
• Full value:
P17,500
• Approx
80% value:
P14,000
• Full value:
P20,000
• Approx.
80% value:
P16,000
• Full value:
P22,500
• Approx
80% value:
P18,000
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SHS Voucher Eligibility Process
Grade 10 Students
are identified
through DepEd LIS
and FAPE ESC
system.
August 2015
January 2016
Grade 10 Students
are notified of their
eligibility.
Early Registration is
conducted for SHS.
June 2016
March 2016
Students enroll in
public and nonDepEd SHS.
Grade 10 students
graduate: final list
of eligible
recipients.
June 2015
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Agreements on SHS Providers
•
•
•
•
•
•
All licensed SHS providers are allowed to
participate.
Voucher amounts will vary for SUCs and
LUCs.
Private schools are encouraged to
minimize or to provide additional
subsidies to cover top-up fees.
An additional subsidy is being considered
for selected tracks and electives.
Accreditation of programs may be
required for this program.
Joint delivery of programs will be
allowed.
– DepEd/Non-DepEd school offers core
curriculum while TVI offers tech-voc
curriculum strand.
Reports on attendance or grades of
voucher students may be required on a
periodic basis.
Private
HS
TVIs
Licensed
SHS
Providers
LUCs
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Private
HEIs
SUCs
SHS Voucher Redemption Process
June 2016
July/August 2016
Students enroll in
public and in licensed
(and accredited, for
additional
subsidy)non-DepEd
SHS. Some students
may enroll with
vouchers.
Non-DepEd schools submit
the list of voucher
recipients/billing statement
through the voucher
management system.
Checks are made in the
system to ensure there are
no errors in the billing
statement (on names and
voucher amounts, etc).
March 2016
Grade 11 completers are
promoted to Grade 12.
Same process follows
for new batch of
students.
Payments are made
directly to non-DepEd
schools’ accounts.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Periodic reports on
attendance may be
required.
SHS Voucher Implementation
• Jan: Issuance of policy
on non-DepEd
participation in SHS
• Apr: Issuance of
provisional SHS licenses;
start development of
Voucher Management
System
• Second Quarter:
Resolve tiering and rider
policy issues; joint
delivery of prorams.
• Third Quarter: Finalize
SHS voucher policy and
incorporate in 2016
budget.
2015
• First Quarter: announce
policy on application for
vouchers for non-public,
non-ESC students
• Second Quarter:
Voucher Management
System in place
• Third Quarter:
announce eligibility of
beneficiaries and SHS
providers database
uploaded online
2014
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
• First Quarter:
Early enrollment
for SHS
• June 2016: SHS
Implementation
2016
Recap: SHS Policy Agreements
Beneficiaries
Providers
Vouchers given to all
Grade 10 public and ESC
graduates and select
private school graduates.
All licensed SHS providers
can redeem vouchers.
Voucher must be
redeemed in the school
year immediately after
graduation.
A n additional subsidy may
be provided for special
tracks but this will entail
accreditation.
Subsidy is provided to
voucher recipients until
they graduate in Grade 12.
Joint delivery of programs
will be allowed.
Voucher
Tiering
Tiered on a regional basis
and by type of beneficiary.
Voucher values redeemed
based on location of SHS
provider.
A SHS Voucher Management System will be developed to facilitate registration and redemption
of vouchers, processing of payment and reporting and monitoring of performance of students.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Next Steps for DepEd
• Major communication on SHS Voucher Program to
enable private/non-DepEd schools to invest in and
mobilize for Senior High School (SHS) prior to 2016 and
to get feedback from stakeholders for refinements
• Development of a database through the DepEd’s
Learner Reference Number system. Test LRN
capabilities for SY 2014-2015 intake.
• Development of a voucher management system.
Specifications to be finalized by end May 2014.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
GUIDELINES ON THE PREPARATION
FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION
OF THE SHS PROGRAM IN NON-DEPED SCHOOLS
FOR THE SY 2016-2017 ONWARDS
(DM #4,s. 2014)
School Categories
Category A
Category B
a. Private schools, which have
been granted recognition by
the DepEd to offer
secondary education (Year
I-IV);
b. Private schools, which have
been granted at least Level
II accreditation by any of
the accrediting agencies
under the Federation of
Accrediting Agencies in the
Philippines (FAAP);
a. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
issued a permit or government
recognition by (i) TESDA and/or CHED
to offer any higher education program;
b. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
granted at least Level II accreditation
by any of the accrediting agencies
under the FAAP;
c. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
granted at least Bronze accreditation
status by the Asia Pacific Accreditation
and Certification Commission (APACC);
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
School Categories
Category A
Category B
a. Private schools, which have
been granted recognition by
the DepEd to offer
secondary education (Year
I-IV);
b. Private schools, which have
been granted at least Level
II accreditation by any of
the accrediting agencies
under the Federation of
Accrediting Agencies in the
Philippines (FAAP);
a. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
issued a permit or government
recognition by (i) TESDA and/or CHED
to offer any higher education program;
b. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
granted at least Level II accreditation
by any of the accrediting agencies
under the FAAP;
c. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
granted at least Bronze accreditation
status by the Asia Pacific Accreditation
and Certification Commission (APACC);
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
School Categories
Category A
Category B
a. Private schools, which have
been granted recognition by
the DepEd to offer
secondary education (Year
I-IV);
b. Private schools, which have
been granted at least Level
II accreditation by any of
the accrediting agencies
under the Federation of
Accrediting Agencies in the
Philippines (FAAP);
a. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
issued a permit or government
recognition by (i) TESDA and/or CHED
to offer any higher education program;
b. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
granted at least Level II accreditation
by any of the accrediting agencies
under the FAAP;
c. Non-DepEd schools, which have been
granted at least Bronze accreditation
status by the Asia Pacific Accreditation
and Certification Commission (APACC);
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
School Categories
Category C
Other individuals, corporations,
foundations or organizations duly
recognized by the Securities and Exchange
Commission (SEC)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SHS Application Procedures
 Applications to offer the SHS Program will only be accepted
through email. The required Letter of Intent and other
additional required documents must be appended to the
email.
 An application must be addressed to Secretary Br. Armin A.
Luistro FSC and submitted through email address:
[email protected] The checklist of the additional
documentary requirements are found in the enclosure.
 A copy of the application should be sent to the concerned
Regional Office (RO) on or before April 15, 2014.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SHS Application Procedures
• Those who are interested to offer the SHS
Program prior to SY 2016-2017 and who fall
within Categories A, B or C may express their
intent through the submission of all
requirements on August 30 of the year
preceding the school year of their intended
operation.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SHS Application Procedures
 Applications to implement the SHS Program
will be evaluated by the SHS National Task
Force (SHS-NTF) under the Office of the
Undersecretary for Programs and Projects.
 For purposes of on-site validation, the SHSNTF may deputize the Regional Office (RO)
to conduct ocular inspections and related
activities.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SHS Application Procedures
 The SHS-NTF will endorse to the DepEd Secretary
the results of its evaluation of applications to
implement the SHS Program.
 For qualified applicants, a provisional permit for
the SHS Program implementation shall be signed
by the DepEd Secretary and issued through the
Regional Director.
 This permit shall remain valid until formally
revoked by the DepEd.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SHS Application Procedures
 The ROs and schools division offices (SDOs) will
monitor and evaluate the initial implementation of the
SHS Program. Based on the recommendations, SHSNTF will endorse the issuance of a Certificate of
Recognition of the SHS Program to those schools,
which are qualified.
 The Certificate of Recognition will be signed by the
DepED Secretary and issued by the RO.
 This shall remain valid provided that the requirements
of the law, and DepEd rules and standards are satisfied.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SHS Application Procedures
 Guidelines pertaining to the SHS
Curriculum specifically on competencies,
content and performance standards, time
allotment per subject, teacher
qualifications, textbooks and other
learning materials, and needed facilities
shall be issued in a separate DepEd Order.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
CHECKLIST OF ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
SHS PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION IN NON-DEPED SCHOOLS FOR THE
SCHOOL YEAR (SY) 2016-2017 AND ONWARDS
1. Board resolution certified by the chairperson of the
Board or the school head, indicating the purpose,
school year of intended operation, and the SHS
Curriculum or tracks and strands to be offered;
2. A copy of the Certificate of Recognition for the
secondary education program or training program or
higher education program and, if applicable, the
Certificate of Accredition from a FAAP-recognized
accrediting agency or by the Asia Pacific Accreditation
and Certification Commission (APACC);
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
CHECKLIST OF ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
SHS PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION IN NON-DEPED SCHOOLS FOR THE
SCHOOL YEAR (SY) 2016-2017 AND ONWARDS
3. Proposed tuition and other fees;
4. School Calendar;
5. List of academic and non-academic personnel
and their qualifications, job descriptions, teaching
load and number of working hours per week;
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
CHECKLIST OF ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTARY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
SHS PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION IN NON-DEPED SCHOOLS FOR THE
SCHOOL YEAR (SY) 2016-2017 AND ONWARDS
6. Data on existing facilities, which will be utilized for the SHS
tracks/strands, such as instructional rooms, laboratories,
workshop rooms, learner resource center or library,
equipment, and internet facilities; and
7. A copy of the Memorandum/Memoranda of Agreement
for partnership arrangement relative to the SHS program
implementation. These arrangements may include, among
others, the engagement of stakeholders in the localization
of the curriculum, the provision of equipment and
laboratories and workshops, and the organization of
career guidance and youth formation activities.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Category C
1. Board resolution certified by the chairperson of
the Board of the school head, indicating the
purpose, school year and the SHS Curriculum
tracks and strands to be offered, and
localized/indigenized SHS Curriculum based on
the minimum standards set by DepEd;
2. Articles of Incorporation and by-laws for private
schools only;
3. Proposed tuition and other fees;
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Category C
4. School calendar;
5. List of academic and non-academic personnel
and their qualifications, job descriptions,
teaching load and number of working hours per
week;
6. Data on existing facilities, which will be utilized
for the SHS tracks/strands, such as
instructional rooms, laboratories, workshop
rooms, learner resource center or library,
equipment, internet facilities and ICT rooms, and
water and sanitation facilities;
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Category C
7. Documents of ownership of school sites under the name of
the school, or deed of usufruct for Indigenous Peoples (Ips)
education/schools;
8. Proposed annual budget and annual expenditures; and
9. A copy of the Memorandum/Memoranda of Agreement for
partnership arrangment relative to the SHS program
implmentation. These arrangements may include, among
others, the engagement of stakeholders in the localization of
the curriculum, the provision of equipment and laboratories
and workshops, and the organization of career guidance and
youth formation activities.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Proposed SHS Document
Processing System Flow
PROCESS
1. K to 12 Secretariat acknowledges school’s letter
of intent submitted to the [email protected]
1.1 NTF Secretariat pre-evaluates the
documents.
1.2 Informs applicant of documents submitted
through the attached Form 1 (Evaluation
Processing Sheet) and requests for the
submission of hard copies for evaluation
purposes.
1.3 If complete, forwards the application
including the Form 1 to the evaluator incharge per track/strand.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
TIMETABLE
OFFICE/PERSON
RESPONSIBLE
Within the
day
of receipt
K to 12
Secretariat
Proposed SHS Document
Processing System Flow
PROCESS
2. Track evaluators evaluate the documents.
2.1 Evaluate the documents based on standards.
2.2 Prepare an evaluation report to be forwarded to the SHSNTF Chair.
3. SHS-NTF Chair reviews the evaluation report.
3.1 If with deficiencies, NTF Chair returns the application
through the NTF Secretariat.
3.2 If without deficiencies, NTF Chair endorses the evaluation
report to the Regional Office (RO) for validation.
TIMETABLE
OFFICE/PERSON
RESPONSIBLE
1 day
Evaluators
(per track/ strand)
Within 2 days
SHS-NTF Chair
SHS-NTF Secretariat
4. SHS-NTF evaluator and RO evaluator conducts an ocular
inspection and validates the NTF evaluation report.
4.1 If standards are met, SHS-NTF and RO recommend the
issuance of permit to the NTF Chair.
4.2 If standards are not met, SHS-NTF and RO evaluators Within 7 days, per
inform the applicant of the deficiencies and period of
school
compliance copy furnish the NTF Chair.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Regional Office (Regional
Director)
Proposed SHS Document
Processing System Flow
PROCESS
TIMETABLE
5. SHS-NTF secretariat forwards report to the evaluator
or the SHS-NTF Chairperson
5.1SHS NTF Secretariat receives compliance
documents and forwards to the evaluator.
5.2 SHS-NTF secretariat endorsed completed
evaluation report to the SHS-NTF Chair for review
6. SHS-NTF Chair through the Undersecretary for
Programs and Projects recommends the issuance
of a Provisional Permit to Operate (PPO) to the
Secretary.
7. SHS-NTF Chair recommends the issuance of a
provisional permit to the Regional Director.
OFFICE/PERSON
RESPONSIBLE
Within the
day of
receipt
SHS-NTF Secretariat
Within 3
days
SHS-NTF Chair
Within 2
days
SHS-NTF Chair
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Proposed SHS Document
Processing System Flow
PROCESS
TIMETABLE
8. The regional director signs
and issues the PPO to the
qualified applicant.
Within 5 days
9. The Office of the Regional
Director releases the PPO to
the school applicant.
10. The regional office submits a
Quarterly
regular report to the Secretary
on the issuance of PPO to
qualified schools
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
OFFICE/PERSON
RESPONSIBLE
Regional
Director
Regional
Director
SHS EVALUATION SHEETS
• Evaluation Processing Sheet
• Qualitative Evaluation Processing Sheet
• Form 3 Curriculum Checklist
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Ocular Inspection/ Site Validation for the
application of SHS provisional permit
• On-site validation is ALWAYS necessary
• The RO may deputize the SDO to conduct on-site
validation
• On-site validation should focus on the key facilities
that ensure readiness to offer a track/strand (e.g.
laboratories for the STEM strand)
• Checklist may differ per school based on the
intended track/strand of the school
• RO and SDO will evaluate (e.g. do another on-site
check or other validation mechanisms) private SHS
during their 1st two years of operation for renewal
or recognition purposes
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Non-DepEd Schools issued the SHS Provisional Permits
REGION
NO. OF
SCHOOLS
REGION
NO. OF
SCHOOLS
I
5
VIII
4
II
7
IX
3
III
11
X
4
IVA
17
XI
3
IVB
1
XII
1
V
2
CAR
1
VI
3
CARAGA
1
VII
4
NCR
25
92 SCHOOLS (as of August 1, 2014)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Department of Education
“It takes a village to raise a child.”
African Proverb
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Maraming Salamat!

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