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In the Philippines, a thirteen-year education is mandatory by law. These thirteen years run from kindergarten up to grade 12, also known as the K-12 programme. After which, students have the option of whether to pursue higher education or not. Three government agencies manage the different levels of education in the Philippines.What are the top education issues in the Philippines?
For a brief rundown, let’s list the top education issues in the Philippines: Quality – The results of the 2014 National Achievement Test (NAT) and the National Career Assessment Examination (NCAE) show that there had been a drop in the status of primary and secondary education.What are the general principles of special education in the Philippines?
general principles of Special Education in the Philippines. These policies handicapped individuals themselves, professionals and community leaders. bullying, and other forms of abuse. Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act. AN ACT AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.Is quality education a developmental issue in the Philippines?
The experience, overall, highlighted the developmental issue concerning access to quality education in the country. The group seeks to analyze the issue in two parts: first, the gaps in educational access in the Philippines; and second, the quality given the country’s educational landscape.