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  • Moving Forward the Moving Forward the Moving Forward the Moving Forward the Reform AgendaReform AgendaReform AgendaReform Agenda

    FY 2009 BudgetFY 2009 BudgetFY 2009 BudgetFY 2009 Budget

    11 September 2008

  • Presentation OutlinePresentation OutlinePresentation OutlinePresentation Outline

    Coverage Major Challenges Confronting Basic

    Education

    Thrusts and Strategies Proposed Budgets

    Priority Legislative Agenda

  • Schools Division Offices

    Public Elem. Schools

    Private Elem. Schools

    Public High Schools

    Private High Schools

    = 1

    = 16 + 1 ARMM

    = 37,807

    = 6,664

    = 5,110

    = 4,392

    Enrolment*, SY2007-2008

    *Public Enrolment does not include SUCs data (Source: BEIS-SSM)

    19,856,29319,856,29319,856,29319,856,293=

    = 195

    Coverage:Coverage:Coverage:Coverage:Coverage:Coverage:Coverage:Coverage: 88% of the total 88% of the total 88% of the total 88% of the total 88% of the total 88% of the total 88% of the total 88% of the total enrolment are in Public Schoolsenrolment are in Public Schoolsenrolment are in Public Schoolsenrolment are in Public Schoolsenrolment are in Public Schoolsenrolment are in Public Schoolsenrolment are in Public Schoolsenrolment are in Public Schools

    = 53,97353,97353,97353,973

    1,332,846+

    5,126,459+

    1,092,781+

    12,304,207 +

    Regional Office

    Central Office

    62%

    5%

    26%

    7%

    17.4M17.4M

  • Challenges:Challenges: Preparing 5 Year-Olds for Formal Instruction

    Low readiness rate of Grade 1 entrants due to absence of preschool experience

    High cost of privately-provided preschool education

  • Challenges: Increasing Participation by reaching the unschooled

    93%94%93%82%

    47%

    93%83%

    17%7%7%6%7%

    18%

    53%

    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%

    6 7 8 9 10 11 6-11Not in school 1,207 398 162 139 151 151 2,209In school 1,055 1,845 2,055 2,047 1,997 1,955 10,954Total 2,262 2,243 2,217 2,186 2,148 2,106 13,163

    SY 2007-2008

  • Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges: Retaining those in Retaining those in Retaining those in Retaining those in Retaining those in Retaining those in Retaining those in Retaining those in schoolschoolschoolschoolschoolschoolschoolschool

    SY 1994SY 1994SY 1994SY 1994----05 05 05 05

    to to to to

    SY 2007SY 2007SY 2007SY 2007----08080808

    N Grade 1 Grade 4 Grade 6Grad.

    Year 1 Year 4Grad.

    College1st Yr.

    CollegeDegreeGrad.

    17

    23

    48

    6768

    77100

  • Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges: Raising the Raising the Raising the Raising the proficiency level of those in schoolproficiency level of those in schoolproficiency level of those in schoolproficiency level of those in school

    English, Science & Math 51 58 12% 61 6%

    Overall 55 60 10% 65 8%

    SY 2005-06

    SY 2006-07

    SY 2007-08

    % Improve-ment fr. Previous

    SY

    % Improve-ment fr. Previous

    SY

    Grade 6 National Achievement Test, in MPS

    MPS-Mean Percentage Score

  • 0

    10

    20

    30

    40

    50

    60

    SY 06-07 8.18 49.17 38.72 3.92

    SY 07-08 3.67 41.7 49.08 5.53 0.01

    Low MasteryAverage Mastery

    Moving Towards Mastery

    Closely Approximating

    MasteryMastered

    0

    Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges: Raising the proficiency Raising the proficiency Raising the proficiency Raising the proficiency level of those in schoollevel of those in schoollevel of those in schoollevel of those in school

  • Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges: Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal efficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectiveness

    SY 05-06

    SY 06-07

    SY 07-08

    SY 08-09

    SY 09-10

    Elem. 84.4 83.2 84.8 85.21/ 90.0

    Sec. 58.5 58.6 61.9 63.61/ 70.0

    Elem. 70.0 73.4 75.3 77.0 79.0

    Sec. 67.3 77.3 79.9 80.5 81.0

    Elem. 68.1 71.7 73.1 75.0 77.0

    Sec. 61.7 72.1 75.4 76.0 76.3

    Elem. 7.3 6.4 6.0 5.0 4.0

    Sec. 12.5 8.6 7.5 6.0 5.5

    Participation Rate

    Cohort Survival Rate

    Completion Rate

    Dropout Rate

    Indicator LevelActual Targets

    Key Performance Indicators, Public & Private, in %

    SY 2008-2009 Participation Rate is based on preliminary enrolment report

  • Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges:Challenges: Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal Increasing internal efficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectivenessefficiency & effectiveness

    FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009

    No. of Learners 132,745 134,697 147,138 312,400 312,400

    No. of Completers 94,076 96,851 110,354 237,889 237,889

    % Completers 71% 72% 75% 76% 76%

    No. of Test Takers 45,339 51,979 100,543 71,880 71,880

    No. of Test Passers 9,930 12,425 29,008 20,787 20,787

    % Test Passers 22% 24% 29% 29% 29%

    Alternative Learning System

    Accreditation & Equivalency

    Indicator LevelActual Targets

    Key Performance Indicators from DepED Programs

  • Challenges:Challenges: Meeting the Meeting the Meeting the Meeting the enrolment increases *enrolment increases *enrolment increases *enrolment increases *

    0

    10,000,000

    20,000,000

    Secondary 4,926,303 5,026,823 5,126,459 5,308,661 5,395,840

    Elementary 11,982,566 12,083,661 12,304,207 12,755,532 13,183,739

    SY 2005-2006 SY 2006-2007 SY 2007-2008SY 2008-2009**

    SY 2009-2010**

    Total 16,908,869 17,110,484 17,430,666 18,064,193 18,579,579

    * Public only ** Projected

  • 2009 Estimated Requirements

    Number Cost in PB

    New Classrooms7,087 4.61

    Elementary 3,785Secondary 3,302

    5,538 3.60Unfunded Requirements 1,549 1.01

    Add: Pre-school1/ 2,667 2.004,215 3.01

    School Seats4,121,009 4.12

    Elementary 3,835,757 3.84Secondary classrooms 285,252 0.29

    1,100,000 1.10Unfunded Requirements 3,021,009 3.02

    Teachers39,762 5.28

    Red and "Black" Schools 33,629 4.45Special Groups (ALS, SPED, Madrasah, Preschool, Trade) 6,133 0.84

    10,000 1.35Unfunded Requirements 29,762 3.93

    1/ Estimated using P750K cost of fully furnished classroom 2/ Composed of 1,260 SPED Teachers (SG13) and 8,740 Teacher I (SG 10)

    Less Programmed Procurement, FY 2009 NEP

    2009 RequirementsParticulars

    Estimated Requirement, Start of SY 2009-2010

    Total Requirements

    Estimated Requirement, Start of SY 2009-2010

    Less Programmed Construction, FY 2009 NEP

    Estimated Requirement, Start of SY

    Less Programmed Creations, FY 2009 NEP2/

  • 2009 Estimated Requirements

    NumberCost in PB

    Principals8,499 1.66

    Elementary 7,217Secondary 1,282

    1,961 0.38Unfunded Requirements 6,538 1.28

    Textbooks and Other Instructional Materials63,178,377 4.21

    Textbook, Core Subjects 26,012,101 1.59Textbook, Non-Core Subjects 34,966,276 2.20Other Instructional Materials 2,200,000 0.42

    30,129,200 2.20Textbook, Core Subjects 26,012,101 1.59Textbook, Non-Core Subjects 1,917,099 0.19Other Instructional Materials 2,200,000 0.42

    Unfunded Requirements, Non Core Subjects 33,049,177 2.01

    Less Programmed Procurement, FY 2009 NEP

    Estimated Requirements, Start of SY 2009-2010

    Estimated Requirement, Start of SY

    Less Programmed Creations, FY 2009 NEP

    2009 RequirementsParticulars

  • Challenges:Challenges: Increase fundingIncrease fundingIncrease fundingIncrease fundingin basic educationin basic educationin basic educationin basic education

    0.00%

    5.00%

    10.00%

    15.00%

    20.00%

    25.00%

    30.00%

    % Increase of Nat'l Budget (PB)

    26.24% 19.22% 18.06% 8.94% 15.32%

    % Increase of DepED Budget (PB)

    12.46% 13.85% 12.97% 8.68% 12.53%

    2001-2003 2004-2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009

    N.B. The FY 2009 data refers to NEP level.

  • Challenges:Challenges: Increase fundingIncrease fundingIncrease fundingIncrease fundingin basic educationin basic educationin basic educationin basic education

    0.00%

    5.00%

    10.00%

    15.00%

    20.00%

    25.00%

    30.00%

    Ave. % share of Nat'l Budget 13.50% 12.90% 12.19% 12.16% 11.87%

    % Share Nat'l Budget (Net of Debt Service)

    17.22% 16.03% 15.10%

    Ave. % of GDP 2.53% 2.12% 2.07%

    2001-2003 2004-2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009

    6% International Standard

    Ave. share of educ. budget in developing countries is 20%, per WB report

    Average Share of Education Budget Per EDCOM Report of 19911960s : 29% 1970s : 11% 1980s : 13% 1990s : 13%

  • Thrusts and StrategiesThrusts and StrategiesThrusts and StrategiesThrusts and Strategies

    1. Expanding opportunities for preschool education Increasing the number of DepED preschool cl