Week 4 – 3rd Quarter DLL | November 18 – 22, 2019 Daily Lesson Log
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DepEd Warns Teachers, School Heads Against RPMS-PPST Scam
- The Department of Education (DepEd) has warned teachers and school heads of online scams or malicious individuals that“commercialize” a resource package that is originally free of charge.
DepEd has reminded teachers and school heads that the Results-based Performance Management System – Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers (RPMS-PPST) materials “are not for sale” and may be downloaded for free through an official link.
“Please beware of online scams or malicious individuals that commercialize the said resource package,” DepEd said.
DepEd underscores the importance of the RPMS that is aligned with the Philippine PPST in ensuring the “delivery of quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education in the country.”
The RPMS is being implemented in consonance with the Civil Service Commission’s (CSC) Strategic Performance Management System (SPMS). It follows the four-phase cycle of SPMS prescribed in CSC Memorandum Circular No. 6, s. 2012 and aims to ensure that both teaching and non-teaching personnel focus work efforts toward achieving the Department’s vision, mission, values, and strategic priorities.
As stipulated in DepEd Order No. 2, s. 2015 (Guidelines on the Establishment and Implementation of RPMS in DepEd), RPMS is a systemic mechanism to manage, monitor and measure performance, and identify human resource and organizational development needs to enable continuous work improvement and individual growth.
DepEd noted that the changes introduced by various national and global frameworks such as the K to 12 law, ASEAN integration, globalization, and other changing characters of the 21st century learners “necessitate the improvements and call for the rethinking” of the National Competency-Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS) which resulted in the development of the PPST.
DepEd noted that over 10,000 pre- and in-service teachers, principals, supervisors, regional directors and educators, and representatives from government agencies and non-government organizations were consulted and involved in the development and validation of the PPST.
The PPST, DepEd said, “outlines the required skills and competencies of quality teachers, enabling them to cope with the emerging global frameworks. If the required skills and competencies are not met, various professional development interventions will be given to them” while the PPST helps “assure parents and guardians that their children receive quality basic education from qualified professionals whose competencies are abreast with changes and advancements in the information age.”
Despite this, various teachers’ groups have been opposing the implementation of the RPMS-PPST because it is allegedly an “additional burden” to their “overloaded work.”
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Philippines, as well as the Teachers Dignity Coalition (TDC), have been urging DepEd to junk its implementation because it is “burdensome, senseless and unjust” evaluation system.
“More than the issues of diverse interpretations and nonuniform implementation, the heart of RPMS-PPST’s problem lies in its flawed framework and unreasonable requirements, but nonetheless imposed upon teachers without the democratic process of consultation,” ACT said.
For TDC, the system requires the submission of documentation of practically everything a teacher does. “It is a rigid and document-based performance system that causes stress and anxiety and steals the time of teachers for teaching,” the group said.
Both teachers’ groups believe that halting the implementation of the RPMS-PPST would be more effective since “teachers need more time for teaching rather than performing clerical work and documentation of tasks performed.”
- Manila Bulletin
- By: Merlina Hernando-Malipot
- Published: November 13, 2019
The Department of Education (DepEd) on Thursday welcomed the additional allocation in its 2020 budget as announced by the Senate, noting that this funding will help ensure the continuity of its programs and projects.
DepEd Undersecretary for Finance Service and Education Programs Delivery Unit Annalyn Sevilla, in an interview on the sidelines of the First National Summit for Children’s Rights in Education (NSCREd), said that the department welcomes the additional budget approved by the Senate.
“We’re very happy, although we have yet to receive any official document, that DepEd will have an additional P6.5 billion,” Sevilla said. Of the amount, she noted that P4.5 billion will be for the restoration of the budget for the Senior High School Voucher Program (SHSVP) and P1.5 billion for the “Last Mile Schools” Program.
Initially, Sevilla said that DepEd was informed by the Senate that the agency is scheduled to attend a plenary hearing on November 19. “So we’re preparing for that but even before the plenary hearing, we already got the good news from Senator Sonny Angara who is leading the committee on finance,” she said.
DepEd, Sevilla said, is elated to hear that there will be additional budget in the 2020 national budget. “We really appreciate the recognition of the Senate in the importance of education – especially they focused on restoring the budget for the SHS Voucher Program and for the ‘Last Mile Schools’ Program,” she added.
The SHS VP is a financial assistance program wherein subsidies in the form of vouchers are provided to qualified SHS learners. The Qualified Voucher Applicants (QVA) will receive a subsidy on their tuition and other school fees, the amount of which will depend on the category of the QVA and the location of the school where the students will enroll in.
With this boost in funding, Sevilla expressed confidence that the SHS program will continue. “Our senior high school will be assured of the continuity of the program,” she said.
- Manila Bulletin
- By: Merlina Hernando-Malipot
- Published: November 14, 2019
Week 4 – 3rd Quarter DLL
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