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PRIORITIES IN ELEMENTARY
EDUCATION
Minda C. Sutaria
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
1. INCREASING PARTICIPATION and SURVIVAL RATES.
jibe with UNESCO’s program for universalization of primary
education and support its goal of eradicating illiteracy in
the world by the year 2000
“COME TO SCHOOL CAMPAIGN”
Increase participation rate
BASELINE
TARGET INCREASE
Below 75 %
10 %
76-85 %
5%
86-95 %
3%
95 %
maintain or raise to the maximum
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
1. INCREASING PARTICIPATION and SURVIVAL RATES.
 Schools shall adopt measures to insure that pupils do not drop
out
 National mean for cohort survival rate is 74 % and the rate
increases by one percent annually
 The “disadvantaged groups” shall be provided access to
education by
 Adopting non-traditional methods
 Expanding Special Education Program
 Harness parent and community cooperation
 Establish an effective monitoring and supervisory system
 Train teachers for more “humanistic instruction”
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
2. RAISING ACHIEVEMENT LEVELS
 Increase achievement levels by 2 % annually
 There shall be systematic monitoring and
evaluation
 NESC provides for mastery of basic skills
(Grade I & II)
 Schools shall be encourage to establish preschool classes
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
3. VALUES DEVELOPMENT
• NESC is value-oriented curriculum
Its thrust is the development of Filipinism
•
Filipinism shall provide direction of learning
activities in the period for character building
activities
• A system of reward and sanctions may
prove useful in making permanent
specific values developed.
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
4. STAFF DEVELOPMENT
• NESC and the objectives of PRODED
require new personnel profile with a
deep sense of accountability and a
commitment to the teaching profession
and
imbued
with
humanism
and
Filipinism.
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
5. UPGRADING PHYSICAL FACILITIES
• There shall be marked improvement in
the physical facilities of the schools as a
result of the implementation of the civil
works and physical components of
PRODED.
MECS Memo. 315, s. 1983 provides list of
minimum and maximum requirements
for classroom furniture and equipment
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
6. DEVELOPMENT OF SUPPLEMENTARY LEARNING
MATERIALS
• The Bureau of Elementary Education is
preparing prototype multi-level learning
materials in the basic skills
• Priority shall be accorded to local
curriculum writing workshops to meet
the need for such materials
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
7. EXPANDING AND IMPROVING THE SPECIAL
EDUCATION PROGRAM
• The education of the handicapped and
disadvantaged
is
one
important
requirement
for
democratizing
educational opportunities, and so the
education of the gifted, who if not
properly educated may in the future
become disadvantaged.
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
8. IMPROVING MANAGEMENT OF ELEMENTARY
SCHOOLS
• School management and the continuing
development of the principal shall, thus,
receive more than the usual attention
accorded them
The Priorities for the Next Three Years
“ If we wish to be systematic in
the management of elementary
education, if we are committed to
achieving its objectives so that it
can fulfill its goal of maximizing
its
contribution
to
nationbuilding; let us make these
priorities our loadstars to action
during the coming years.”
– MINDA C. SUTARIA
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