Greater Opportunities! Education is a program to bring education reform closer to every Filipino. The Department of Education and its various supporters have started to address the need to inform and engage the general public and its internal stakeholders in its mission to provide Education for All in the Philippines.
Training programs, online platforms, performance incentives, and scholarship programs are provided to teachers for their development, education, and welfare. These are central to ensuring the delivery of quality education.
DepEd aims to fill all resource gaps by the end of 2013. The DepEd budget continuously increases, placing necessary priority on education. Public and multi-sector engagement has helped in resource gap achievements and will continue to be necessary in moving forward with zero shortages.
Curriculum enhancements through the K to 12 Basic Education Program aim to produce Filipino graduates who are holistically-developed with 21st century skills, prepared for higher education, middle-level skills development, employment, and entrepreneurship.
DepEd, with the rest of the country, continuously progresses in providing access to quality and equitable basic education for all Filipinos.
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Concepcion “Connie” Tababa, 57, is one of the winners in the search for “10 Happiest Pinoys” this year. Connie’s track record as a teacher for 28 years in the formal and alternative education has won praises from many. Why was she chosen?Connie shares functional literacy,...read more
Unemployment persists. Unemployed graduates continue to pile up. The most common complaint of employers is that the products of the current educational system are unripe for employment and untrained in basic competencies. Moreover, they are observed to lack critical skills such...read more
In Sarangani Province, there is a free Summer Volunteer Reading Program designed to assist DepEd in improving the reading skills of incoming Grade 2 and Grade 3 learners. This has been going on since 2008; the results are remarkable. Dubbed as Sarangani Big Brother (SBB): Reading is Fun!,...read more
Last October 22, 2012, Br. Armin led about a hundred Indigenous Peoples (IPs) representatives and civil society support groups to a ceremonial walk to the entrance of the Department of Education (DepEd) Central Office in Pasig City. Next was a symbolic ceremony with elders, leaders, and youth representing...read more
Our country’s educational system faces the usual cycle of shortages in resources, teachers who need skills upgrade and a curriculum that has to keep pace with the needs of our time. Alas this cycle has to stop. And we have the private sector to help us navigate this difficult task. DepEd,...read more
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