The K-12 policy introduced by the Aquino administration is on its first year. As expected, it was a rocky start. Although the sitting president has… Read More »Once and For All, Let’s End the K-12 Debate
K to 12 education
Finally some good news from the Aquino administration! President Aquino formally launchedhis flagship education programKindergarten to Year 12 Program, or the K to 12 Program yesterday.… Read More »President Aquino flagship education program: K to 12
“We are the LAST country in Asia and one of only three countries in the world with a 10-year pre-university program.”(Source: SEAMEO Innotech 2011)
This was a statement in one of the K to 12 (K-12) slide handouts distributed by Department of Education (DepEd)Secretary Bro. Armin Luistro at a media press conference and open forum last December 12, 2011.
This came as a shock as we still hold with pride the fact that we are an English-speaking nation and that other Asian countries used to send their children to our country in the 60s and 70s to study since the Philippines was a premier educational destination. What has happened to us since then? How did we get from being the country of educational choice to last place? Why are our students now ranked among the lowest in Asia when it comes to key subjects like Math and Science?
Is the K-12 model good for the Philippine education system? by Sarah Katrina Maramag ViaPhilippine Online Chronicles The enhanced K-12 program, or the Department of… Read More »Proposed K 12 Basic Education System in the Philippines