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1 Division of City Schools City of Mandaluyong FY 2014Plan and Budget
2 Our LocationLocated at the approximate geographical centre of Metro Manila, Mandaluyong City is called "Tiger City of the Philippines", "Metro Manila's Heart", and the "Shopping Mall Capital of the Philippines.Its population is approximately 331,944. It is the 2nd smallest city in the Philippines.
3 OUR VISIONWe dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose competencies and values enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building the nation.As a learner-centered public institution, the Department of Education continuously improve itself to better serve its stakeholders.
4 OUR MISSION Core Values To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to qualify, equitable, culture-based and complete basic education where:Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe, and motivating environment.Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner.Administrators and Staff, as stewards of the institution, endure an enabling and supportive environment for effective learning to happen.Family, community, and other stakeholdersare actively engaged and shareresponsibility of developing life-life-long learners.Core ValuesMaka-DiosMaka-taoMakakalikasanMakabansa
5 Schools: Public-22 Private: 32 Basic InputsLearnersSchools: Public Private: 3211 Regular Elementary Schools4 regular High Schools6 Integrated Schools1 National Special School with 13 Units (JFMS)EnrolmentKinderElementarySecondarySPED Non-GradedALSSUCS (RTU H.S.)Grand TotalPublic4,18430,97718,900406152060656,593Private2,3828,7318,32413419,571Total6,56639,70827,22454076,164
6 Special Curricular Programs SchoolsSpecial Science Elementary SchoolEngineering and Science Education Program(ESEPSpecial Science High SchoolSPED Non-GradedOpen High SchoolDona Pilar C. Gonzaga E.SMataas Na Paaralang Neptali A. GonzalesCity of Mandaluyong Science High SchoolIsaac Lopez Integrated School,Eulogio Rodriguez IntegratedSchool, Nueve De Febrero E.S.Jose Fabella Memorial SchoolMandaluyong High School,Mataas Na Paaralang Neptali A.Gonzales,Isaac Lopez Integrated School
10 E C O N M I 9,821 New Business Registrants AreaDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSECONMI9,821 New Business Registrants4 billion increase of income in business18.38% increase business income in 201235 total giant companies/investors ( B Projected Revenue)Php 95 million for housing ( 549 families beneficiaries) projected household pop 339,769Mandaluyong City has its own share of factories and industries and a central business district. Hence, higher revenues.More new investments rising along Shaw BoulevardMore funds for school support on infrastructures, facilities and other servicesDescent housing for the community , hence, better and healthy home environment for the learnersm
11 AreaDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSECONMI1, ha land area is 1.77% of the 636 sq km total land area of Metro ManilaApprox. 100 ha of Welfare Ville Compound is open and unproductive land areaIncome classification : First ClassAvailable space for construction of Athletic/Playground/Multi-Purpose Facilities or School BuildingsEconomically vibrantOpportunity for possible financial support for the school through business establishments.Limitation in expansion for economic and educational activities.Limited buildable space for school and other important school facilitiesProne for informal settling and squatting thus, result to congestion and high turn-over of migrant learnersm
12 AreaDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSSOCIAL1 SUC, 31 basic education private schools, 3 private universities, computer schools, night school(20 )CCTV Cameras in Strategic Areas(1) Central Emergency Command and Control Center Office(3) Base communication network connecting all emergency response department9 of 27 barangays are thickly populated with increasing migration rateProject TEACH for Inclusive Education-Galing Pook AwardeePotential partners for K to 12 and other educational endeavourLow crime rate due to the presence of peace and order facilities and infrastructureEnsured safety environment among school childrenStrong support for SPED childrenMore chances of occurrence of pupil/ student at risk
13 AreaDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSSOCIAL100 plus major stakeholders and benefactors; about 100 non-government organizationsEvery Saturday Pamahalaan sa Pamayanan ( Provision of eyeglasses; relief goods, wheelchairs, etc)Yearly cultural and tourism activities (PASKUHAN SA Tiger City; Labandero Festival, etc.)Potential linkages with private stakeholders (Greenfield District, Phil-Asia Foundation, Kabisig-Kalahi, Sea Oil Phils, Rotary Club) and organizations.Families of school children are direct beneficiaries of the servicesOpportunities for poor families and small –scale businessmen and entrepreneur to earnRevenues channelled to Child-Friendly Projects of the cityNon- regulation of school participation resulting to disruption of classes
14 AreaDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSSOCIALAwardee:Twice NCR Awardee as Most Child -Friendly City2011 Presidential National awardee for Most Child Friendly City2010 Nutrition Awardee (Green Banner Award Hall- Famer)Best Quality of Life Awardee according to AIMAll 27 barangays have functional health centers, a City Medical Center, Lying-in Maternity Hospital and 3 private hospitals; Ciara Marie Foundation.Conducive for business and other economic activities and peaceful living condition.Improved educational servicesMore health services and benefits are addressed especially in the grass root level in the community
15 P O L I T C A (2) Major political parties : Liberal; Lakas-Campi) AREASDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSPOLITCA(2) Major political parties : Liberal; Lakas-Campi)Existence of about non-government organizationsCongressman is the majority floor leader of CongressOrganized Micro Small and Medium Enterprise Development Council of Mandaluyong CityThe Sangguniang Panlunsod is active.Political harmony among politicians and LGUs despite different political persuasion hence, strong LGU to various programs and projects for schoolsFreedom to organize is observedA number of NGOs can be tapped for the programs like Adopt a School ProgramMore opportunities to fund major projects/ constructions related to schoolsPotential partners for K to 12Enactment of the City Ordinances for the welfare of the people is ensured.Different political persuasion of few barangay leaders may result to compromise school support
16 P O L I T C A E2G2 – for efficient and ethical good governance AREASDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSPOLITCAE2G2 – for efficient and ethical good governanceRank 1 in fastest process in approving property registration(345) city-paid personnel deployed in schoolProvide efficient and effective governance or government services. Breakthrough in local governance. (“All information you want at your finger tips”)School related Information are easily accessible and relevant.Information can be utilized for effective strategic planning of the school.More investment and revenues to come which means increase of income in the city that redound to accessible educational resources .Available support staff of the schoolsInformation gathered through the system maybe used for personal gain or interest.Mismatched deployment of city-paid personnel
17 AREADATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSECOLGIA(11) Barangays with Waste Management through Materials Recovery FacilitiesMandaluyong is situated along EDSA and Shaw Boulevard4th City in the world to use Lithium Battery Operated E-TrikesCreate by-products for economic benefits of families of school children : (BIODIESEL PROGRAM and ORGANIC FERTILIZERThe City is accessible to investorsLess populated service roads in the city and comfortable transport mode for school childrenThe City is situated along central EDSA which exposes the population to pollutionImproper disposal of busted lithium batteries can be a health hazard
18 AREADATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSECOLGIAPartially flat on its southwest; mostly rolling with gentle rocky slopes in the rest of the area; with lowest point lies in inland that cause flooding;Underground canal along San Francisco Street with Flood Pumping StationThe land area is only ha.Soil formation is conducive for construction of high-rise buildings and multi storey school buildings.Quick subsiding of flood waterFive (5) barangays (including City Hall compound) are easily floodedFour (4) schools are along the creek and the Pasig RiverLimited ecological programs like tree planting or other greening activities
19 T E C H N O L G I A E2G2 Database System (Citizen’s Database) AreaDATAOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSTECHNOLGIAE2G2 Database System (Citizen’s Database)(50 ) Centers Business Process Out Sourcing(21) schools have WIFI/internet connectivity; all government offices with communication facilities available; at least one of each household has mobile phonePolitical leaders are technology-savvy“All City information needed at your fingertips”Employment opportunities for on-the job training accessibilityWide access of WIFI/Internet connectivityFacilitate quick and efficient communication among the school personnel/departmentsEasy access of information among the schools children and personnelStrong support of local leaders to school ICT programs and projectsIt is an online system that might be prone to hacking and other cyber crimes.Unregulated operation of gaming centers, internet café, social network site and other multi media devices are distractions to studentsCyber-bullyingUnregulated access to content and sites in the internetSource: 2012 State of the City Address of Honorable Mayor Benjamin C. Abalos, Jr.
21 AreaDataStrengthWeaknessesBasic InputsTeacher: Pupil ratioTeachers’ ProfileElementary (1,009) – 1:30.70Secondary (644) – 1:29.6650% of teachers (high knowledge but low attitude)104 Elem and 79 HS teachers (low attitude and low knowledge)The teacher-pupil ratio has improved for the last 3 years. It’s within the national planning standard.Based on the profile of teachers as to knowledge, competency, commitment and attitude 50% of the teachers belong to the high knowledge but low attitude and sad to say that 104 elem. teachers and 79 H.S teachers have low attitude and low knowledgeThe division will strive to develop a more comprehensive assessment profiling tool for teachers and side by side redesign training programs based on assessment results.
22 Area Data Strengths Weaknesses Student: ClassroomElementary (635) – 1:55.37Secondary (364) – 1:51.92MAHES to open , June 2015(Legislated)(8) Elem. Schools have I shift classes and(5) H.S.50% of the HS have speech lab,100% of the schools have computer lab, and science labThe Division has school building program based on requirements and needs. Majority of the classrooms are within specifications/standards.Additional school will open by June, 2015Eleven schools have one shift classes.Students have opportunities for hand-on application of learnings. It can be added that a good number of schools have either speech lab, computer lab or science lab.Some classrooms intended for instruction are utilized for other purposes with the aim of improving ancillary services (e.g. guidance, clinic, library and canteens). However, management does not allow 3 shift in any of the schools
23 Area Data Strength Weaknesses Pupil: SeatElementary (29,477)1:1.9Secondary (12,916)– 1:1.11Student-seat ratio is within planning standards and based on needs.In the elementary level there is a need to strengthen the maintenance and safekeeping of furniture since the figure in has decreased.No provision for left-handed studentsTextbooksElem:(169,638) :079HS:(86,288)1: 0.73The figures show that textbook pupil ratio is almost 1:1 and all textbooks are approved by IMCS. These are supplemented by references and workbooks procured by the local school board.The division has a functional library hub.The schools have to improve their own library holdings and facilities.
24 Hand washing areas are available. DataStrengthWeaknessesWatsanPupil: Toilet RatioElem: (528)-58.67HS: (283)66.78There is an on going construction and repair of toilets in 17 schools. The facilities are compliant with to specifications/standards. Water supply is ensured for toilets and lavatories. Drinking water is provided by MWSS.Hand washing areas are available.Watsan facilities do not meet the standard ratio . The Division does not accept 1-storey toilet facilities due to lack of buildable space. However, all buildings have provisions for WatSan Facilities.
25 Area Data Strengths Weaknesses Gross Enrolment Rate Elem: 113.17% Gross Enrolment Rate - indicates that there are students who are either underage or over-age across all grade/year levels. It implies that there is a significant number of repeaters, ‘balik-paaralan’, transferees in both levels. Efforts must be exerted to ensure survival of learners during the year and that they should not leave school without completing learning cycle.Net Enrolment RateElem:96.80%HS: 91.19%Net Enrolment Rate – Almost all school-age children are in school in elementary level.However, in high school, almost 8% are not in school. It implies that learning environment is not so attractive to high school students to remain. However, they should not be neglected. Thus, alternative learning system should be considered in the planning of the school program and projects.Furthermore, the division has 5 schools catering to the need of 406 Non-Graded SPED learners which is supported by Project TEACH. This project is funded by the local school board.
26 AreaDataStrengthsWeaknessesAccessGross /ApparentIntake Rate%Apparent Intake Rate indicates that there are students who are either underage or overage in Grade I. It means that a significant number of students are repeaters and entered school at an older age. The underage are near below the cut-off date.Since there are repeaters there’s a need to look into the competencies of grade I teachers as well as the readiness of the 6 year old kids.Net Intake Rate68.79%Net Intake Rate is below the planning standard and has been erratic for three years. This implies that there should be more effort to capture or arrest the school-age children to enter school within the age level. Like the grade I level, the figure implies there are also repeaters in grade 2 to 6. Hence, there is a need to look into the various factors that may affect learning.
27 AreaDataStrengthsWeaknessesProficiencyCohort Survival RateElem:HS:Elementary cohort survival in the public is 84.29% while the private schools attained only 75.83, the decrease is attributed to the closure of private schools this year.Completion RateElem:HS:Elementary completion rate has improvedCompletion rate in public secondary is and the decreasing trend is also attributed to the completion rate in private schools which isSchool Leaver RateElem:HS:For the last three years, the elementary school leaver is decreasingSchool leaver rate for secondary needs to be worked out
28 AreaDataStrengthsWeaknessesSchool Leaver RateElem:HS:For the last three years, the elementary school leaver is decreasingSchool leaver rate for secondary needs to be worked outDrop-out RateElemH.SThe drop-out rate is continuously decreasing
29 Area Data Strengths Weaknesses Quality NAT 3 The NAT achievement level in Grade 3, Grade 6 and Fourth Year are: 42.02; and MPS are all below the national standard of 75%.Subjects taught in Science have the lowest MPS. English Reading and Science have the lowest achievement rate in Grade 3. It means that the reading proficiency level is not satisfactory.English ReadingFilipino ReadingEnglish GrammarFilipino GrammarScienceMathematicsMPS38.9246.1838.2043.5140.3642.1441.7442.8740.7845.6643.7539.5341.4342.02
30 Area Data Strengths Weaknesses NAT 6 In grade 6, mathematics got the lowest MPS. Most probably math is the least preferred subject among students and/or teachers need to improve mathematics instruction.FilipinoMathematicsEnglishScienceHekasiMPS61.3046.5453.6652.6451.1753.0663.4750.4453.6951.1053.8554.51
31 In Year 4 Science and Critical Thinking got the lowest MPS. AreaDataStrengthsWeaknessesQualityNAT Year 4In Year 4 Science and Critical Thinking got the lowest MPS.It can now be seen that one of major factors affecting the quality of learning is the level of knowledge, competence, attitude and commitment of teachers.FilipinoAraling PanlipunanMathematicsScienceEnglishCritical ThinkingMPS52.3455.0842.6239.1252.9251.6548.8160.9663.5744.5840.8257.4342.4653.05
32 OthersCurriculumThe schools are using the Enhanced Basic Education Curriculum (K to 12) Program in Grades 1, 2,7 & 8 . Teachers are used in utilizing standardized curriculum, contextualized to local, national and local situations. However, the needs and profile of learners must be given due consideration.Instruction/MethodologyBased on supervisory reports of principals and supervisors, most of the teachers are using teacher-centered learning approaches rather than child-centered. In Pilot sections teachers are using ICT Enhanced Instruction. It can be assumed that teacher-centered learning approaches contributed to the low performance level of the school childrenB. Learning ResourcesThe schools have access to different kinds of resources like books, general references, workbooks and other teaching devices and equipment as revealed in the inventory of properties. However, teachers have to be encouraged to use of the available resources in the library hub and laboratories without fear of damages and losses.C. Learning EnvironmentSince classrooms are of standard size and classroom pupil ratio is ideal the learning environment is considered conducive. Classroom are equipped with light and air ventilation facilities. School grounds are well-kept because of the availability of utility and maintenance workers deployed by the LGU.
34 The Division Office proper will implement the approved RAT Plan of DepED as per guidelines. Organizations. The Division has a recognized PTA, Teachers and Non-teaching Federations, Principals and Supervisors organizations. These are holding meetings regularly with the Division head as an adviser.System Mechanism. Personnel Section, Records, Supply, Cashier, Budget and Accounting and Auditing Section, Planning, School Health and Nutrition Section, Division Personnel Selection Board, Grievance Machinery and Administrative Procedure in Handling Cases and the Division Bids and Awards Committee are in placed.Management Systems. Adoption of automated data-based systems like, LIS are installed.Downloading of MOOE. 100 % to all schoolsSEF. The annual SEF budget of 322 M is readily available.Major Challenges. Upgrading of the NAT Performance
35 AWARDS AND RECOGNITION The Division has been winning in school curricular activities like in sports, journalism, science and mathematics .The schools are also active in school programs and other cultural activities. However, the challenge is to balance all gains to a better learning outcome as measured by the National Achievement Tests (NAT).
36 STRATEGIC OPTIONS The SWOT Matrix S-O (How can strengths be employed to take advantage of the opportunities)Partnership with local government and private business owners, Rotary Club/civic/people organization for better resource programming ( for classroom facilities, seats, toilets, textbooks, etc)Enhancement of human development support system on new trends in learning for instructional leadersCustomization of teachers’ training Creation of more attractive learning environment to add valueW-O (How can weaknesses be overcome to take advantage of or exploit the opportunitiesCollaboration with local government for capability development of teachers and for performance-based incentives as rewardsOperationalization of Grass-root based initiatives of all schools for instructional support systemExpansion of coverage for ALS programsLinkage with businesses and industries for tech-voc specialization/courses in preparation to K to 12 (grades 11 and 12)Enhancement of SBM practices with stakeholdersInstallation of results-based performance management system by linking it to local school boardS-T (How can strengths be used to counteract threats in order to take advantage/exploit the opportunities?)Exploitation of available ICT facilities in every schoolEnhancement of digital literacy among teachersProvision of Alternative Delivery Mode of learning, e.g. Open High School; and Tech-Voc specialized courses in every secondary school.Enhancement of human resources deployed by the local school boardEnhancement of non-partisan division and school leadership for harmonious relationship with barangay officialsW-T (How can weaknesses be overcome to counteract threats and take advantage the opportunities?)Rationalization of the utilization of SEF budget;Redefining of collaboration framework with LGU’s, NGO’s and other interest groups;Collaboration with private schools for the roll-out of K to 12Improvement of data-based management systemsOperationalization of competency assessment and profiling of teachers to address performance gapsEnhancement of learner-centered materials through school board and congressional initiative
37 Indicative Division Targets INDICATOR2011 (Actual)20122013201420152016Ave % inc. to meet the target2016 PDP TargetELEMENTARYGross/Apparent Intake RateRegion121.29%117.03%112.78%108.52%104.26%100.00%-4.26%Mandaluyong130.65126.39122.13117.87113.61100-4.26Net Intake Rate62.04%69.63%77.23%84.82%92.41%7.59%67.0969.75 77.50 85.00 92.50100 Gross Enrolment RateRegion104.25%105.40%106.55%107.70%108.85%110.00%1.15%Mandaluyong116.72117.72%118.72%119.72120.72 121.72 1.00Net Enrolment Rate90.72%92.57%94.43%96.29%98.14%100.00%1.86%99.62
38 Indicative Division Targets INDICATOR2011 (Actual)20122013201420152016Ave % inc. to meet the target2016 PDP TargetELEMENTARYCohort Survival RateRegion86.26%88.61%89.96%90.00%95.00%98.00%2.35%86.76%Mandaluyong100 100100 0.49Completion Rate83.06%85.45%87.84%90.22%92.00%2.39%99.42 100.School Leaver Rate2.93%1.76%1.17%0.59%0.00%-0.59%0.10 0.09 0.08 0.07 0.060.05 0.01
39 Indicative Division Targets INDICATOR2011 (Actual)20122013201420152016Ave % inc. to meet the target2016 PDP TargetSECONDARYGross Enrolment RateRegion98.43%98.74%99.06%99.37%99.69%100.00%0.31%Mandaluyong120.17 120.48 121.1 121.42121.720.31Net Enrolment Rate78.00%81.00%84.00%87.00%90.00%93.00%3.00%93.34%89.95 92.9595.95 98.95 1001003.00
40 Indicative Division Targets INDICATOR2011 (Actual)20122013201420152016Ave % inc. to meet the target2016 PDP TargetSECONDARYCohort Survival RateRegion84.47%85.58%86.68%87.79%89.00%90.00%1.11%83.91%Mandaluyong92.87 93.98 95.09 96.20 97.3198.42Completion Rate79.08%81.26%83.45%85.63%86.00%2.18%89.3291.5093.6895.8698.041002.18School Leaver Rate5.77%4.91%4.06%3.21%2.00%1.50%-0.85%2.972.672.372.07 1.771.470.30
41 NAT Division Indicative Targets by Subject Area 2011 (Actual)20122013201420152016Ave % inc. to meet the target2016 PDP TargetREADING ENGLISH - Grade 3Region42.849.2455.6862.1268.5675.006.44Mandaluyong38.9249.2555.6962.5068.6075READING FILIPINO - Grade 3 50.6855.5460.4165.2770.144.8646.1855.8061.0065.5070.50ENGLISH GRAMMAR - Grade 3 42.0748.6655.2461.8368.416.5938.2048.7555.6562.0068.50FILIPINO GRAMMAR - Grade 3 48.2553.6058.9564.3069.655.3543.5153.6559.0065.0070.00SCIENCE - Grade 3 42.4448.9555.4661.9868.496.5140.3649.00MATH - Grade 3 43.7550.0056.2568.756.2542.1451.0057.0062.7568.80TOTAL TEST - Grade 3 45.1751.1457.1063.0769.035.9741.7451.2457.3563.2969.15
42 NAT Division Indicative Targets by Subject Area 2011 (Actual)20122013201420152016Annual % inc. to meet the target2016 PDP TargetMATH - Grade 6Region51.9956.5961.1965.8070.4075.004.60Mandaluyong46.5457.0061.2565.9070.50ENGLISH - Grade 6 56.8060.4464.0867.7271.363.6453.6660.6064.5067.8071.75SCIENCE - Grade 6 56.6360.3063.9867.6571.333.6752.6460.8064.0067.75FILIPINO - Grade 6 64.6166.6968.7770.8472.922.0861.3067.0069.0071.0073.00HEKASI - Grade 6 55.3859.3063.2367.1571.083.9251.1760.0063.7567.5071.50TOTAL TEST - Grade 6 57.0860.6664.2567.8371.423.5853.0661.0867.9971.70
43 NAT Division Indicative Targets by Subject Area 2011 (Actual)20122013201420152016Ave inc. to meet the target2016 PDP TargetARALING PANLIPUNAN – HSRegion55.9159.7363.5567.3671.1875.003.82Mandaluyong55.0860.0063.7567.5071.50MATH - HS 43.8950.1156.3362.5668.786.2242.6250.5056.7562.7568.85SCIENCE - HS 39.1446.3153.4860.6667.837.1739.1246.5053.7560.7568.00ENGLISH - HS 53.2057.5661.9266.2870.644.3652.9257.7562.0066.5070.80FILIPINO - HS 53.1357.5061.8866.2570.634.3752.3458.0067.0071.00CRITICAL THINKING - HS 50.5355.4260.3265.2170.114.8951.6555.5065.7570.50TOTAL TEST – HS49.3254.4659.5964.7370.005.1448.8154.7159.8365.04
44 Strategies/PAPs ACCESS 1. Put in place grass root-based initiatives of allschools instructional support systemK to 12 Basic Education Program;SBM ACCESs;School Health and Feeding Program;Early Enrolment;Brigada Eskwela; Adopt-A-School;Universal Kindergarten Program;Peace Education; Child Protection Policy,Inclusive Education/SPEDWork with the private schools for the implementation of K to 12Training;M&E activitiesWiden coverage for ALS programsLaunching of other livelihood programs andfunctional literacy program4. Install Alternative Delivery Mode of learningOpen High School;Dynamic Learning Program;Voc-Tech specialization courses in every secondary school.
45 ACCESS Strategies/PAPs 5. Strengthen partnership with local government, congressional district office and private business owners, Rotary Club/civic/people organization for better resource programming (facilities, seats, toilets, textbooks)SBM ACCESs;Adopt-a-School Program;Kindergarten Program,Tech-Voc Program6. Acquire learner-centered materials through school board and congressional initiativeWhole Brain Learning - Self- Mastery LearningChild-Centered Learning System;7. Exploit available ICT facilities in every schoolICT Enhanced Instruction;Knowledge Channel
46 QUALITY Strategies/PAPs 1. Put in place human development support system on new trends in learning and legal management for instructional leadersWhole Brain Learning - Self-mastery Learning,Child-Centered Learning System;2. Practice competency assessment and profiling of teachers to address performance gapsCompetency-Based Assessment;Performance-Based Assessment;Research and Development3. Strengthen collaboration with local government/congressional district office for capability development of teachers and for performance- based incentivesICT Training for Teachers ;Performance-Based Incentives System;SSES and ESEP;SPA; SPS;Scouting
47 QUALITY Strategies/PAPs 4. Improve assessment of current levels of SBM practice of schools, including quality of SIP/AIP and and implementation statusSBM/ PASBE5. Link with businesses and industries for tech-vocspecialized courses in preparation to K to 12 (Senior HS)On-the-job Training Program for Senior High School6 Improve learning competencies in Math, Science, English and readingNCR to SOAR;Teacher Quality Circle;Summer Reading and Science Camp;School-based INSET;ECARP;MTAP and other math interventionsJournalismScience interventions7. Foster non-selective/non-partisan relationship with barangay officialsSBM- ACCESs8. Customize trainings of teachersCustomized Training for Teachers;Scholarship Program;GAD Integration
48 Strategies/PAPs EFFICIENCY 1. Widen coverage for ALS programs Launching of other livelihood programs and functional literal program2. Expand implementation of Alternative Delivery Mode of learning,Open High School;Tech-Voc specialization in every secondary school.3. Create attractive learning environment to add valueSearch for Most Creative Learning EnvironmentChild-Friendly School System
49 GOVERNANCE Strategies/PAPs 1. Rationalize the utilization of SEF budgetConduct of regular consultative meetings with political leaders and LSBfor alignment of programs and projects;Implementation of the Joint Circular of DBM, DepEd, DILG and COA2. Redefine collaboration framework with LGU’s, NGO’s and other interest groupsConduct of coordination meetings with LGU’s, Congressional District Office;NGO’s and other interest groups;SBM ACCESs3. Retool human resources deployed by the local school board and LGUCapacity Building Program on Frontline Service Management;Basic English for Non-Teaching Personnel;Skills-Based Training4. Install results-based performance management systemRoll-Out on RPMS5. Complete the data-based management systems and other mechanismsEBEIS, LIS, AMIS; HRIS; FMIS; LRMDS; eNGAS, Internal Audit System;6. Upgrade of Level SBM practices with stakeholdersSBM ACCESs;Acquisition, Improvement, Titling and Survey of School Sites7. Foster non-partisan division and school leadership for harmonious relationshipwith barangay officials
50 Budget Allocation Allotment GAA 2011 GAA 2012 GAA 2013 Proposed 2014 BudgetPS397,500,000417,381,000528,717,000602,403,000MOOE37,115,00042,641,00046,926,00057,910,000PS (% of increase)5%26.67%13.94%MOOE (% of Increase)14.89%10.05%14.71%The 13.94% (Php 73,686,000) increase in PS is due to the additional 132 items for deployment this 2013 and the opening of our newly legislated school this School Year The 23.41% (Php 10,984,000) increase in MOOE represents the inclusion of 11 out of the 15 identified PAPs in the proposed budget of the Division.Note: Proposed Budget SEF Php 330,000,000.00
51 15 Identified PAPs with corresponding DepEd Orders PARTICULARSPSMOOECOTotal AppropriationSupport to Special Science Elementary School (5)3751,8752. Support to Engineering and Science Education Program High Schools (5)1648203. Support to Secondary Schools with Special Program for Arts & Sports SPA and SPS (2)5001,0004. Support to SPED Centers/Schools (4)2,0005. Every Child A Reader Program (ECARP) (17)* NCR to SOAR* Summer Reading and Science Camp* Early Reading and Math Assessment1,8991981,0853,1826. Alternative Learning Systems (ALS)* BLP and A&E* AGAP/GAM*ALS Unified Contracting Scheme* BP OSA116, , , ,0006117. Implementation of the Alternative Delivery Mode Program* Open high school (9)* Dynamic Learning Program (5)* Whole Brain Learning (15) 5841754,6755,4348. Implementation of the Redesigned Technical-Vocational High School Program (5)1,1095,5459.. School Based Management (SBM) Installation & Support (17)1,30010. Human Resource Training and Development Including Teacher's Training, Scholarship & Fellowship Grants and Capacity building for Non- teaching Personnel10,62211. School Health and Nutrition Program (23)4,642TOTAL-Php 37,031
52 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEFSchool Fund1. Special Science Elem School(SSES)(Php 1,875,000)Dona Pilar Gonzaga Elementary SchoolHighway Hills Integrated SchoolMandaluyong Elementary SchoolHulo Elementary SchoolEulogio Rodriguez Integrated SchoolPhp 375,000375,0002. Engineering and Science Special School (ESEP)(Php 820,000)Mataas Na Paaralang Neptali A. GonzalesAndres Bonifacio Integrated SchoolHighway Hills Integrated School,Mandaluyong High School164,0003. Special Program for the Arts and Sports(SPA/SPS)(Php 1,000,000)Highway Hills Integrated School (SPA)Eulogio Rodrigues Integrated School (SPS)500,0004. Special Education(SPED)(Php 2,000,000)Isaac Lopez Integrated SchoolPedro P. Cruz Elementary SchoolNueve de Febrero Elementary School
53 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEF/ CONGSchool Fund5. Every Child a Reading Program (ECARP)(Php 3,180,500)NCR to SOAR ( 23 Schools)Summer Reading and Science Camp (23 schools)Early Reading and Math Assessment (19 Schools)Php 1,898,525197,5001,084,475SEF6. Alternative Learning System(ALS)(php 611,000)BLP and A&EAGAP/GAMALS Unified Contracting SchemeBP OSA116,000150,000220,000125,0007. Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM)(php 5,434,050)Open High School (9 HS)Dynamic Learning Program (DLP):- DPCGES; PPCES; FPJES;ERIS( HS);HHIS (HS)c. Whole Brain Learning: ( 9 ES & 6 HS)583,875175,0004,675,175with SEF/conginitiative8. Redesign Tech-Voc High School Prog (STVEP)(php 5,545,000)a. MHSb. ABISc. BJNHSd. ILISe. MPNAG1,109,000Cong.. initiative
54 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEF/ CONGSchool Fund9. School-Based Management (SBM)(php 1,292,118)a. SBM-recipient schoolsb. Non-recipient SchoolsMay also use MOOEif neededMOOE
55 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEF/ CONGSchool Fund10. Human Resource Training and Development Including Teacher’s Training, Scholarship & Fellowship Grants and Capacity building for Non-Teaching Personnel(HRTD)(php (10,621,850)ALS Teachers’ Training Program (41 x 5 x 7,700)78,375312,000SEF/CongInitiative2. Scholarship (30 teachers php 25,000)750,000
56 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEF/ CONGSchool Fund10. Human Resource Training and Development Including Teacher’s Training, Scholarship & Fellowship Grants and Capacity building for Non-Teaching Personnel(HRTD)(php(php 10,621,850)Php 770,000SEF/CongInitiative
57 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEF/ CONGSchool Fund10. Human Resource Training and Development Including Teacher’s Training, Scholarship & Fellowship Grants and Capacity building for Non-Teaching Personnel(HRTD)(php(php 10,621,850)php 758,725SEF/CongInitiativeResearch and Development- Training/workshop on the conduct of research- Research on Authentic Assessment of Students16,225575,000Php 591,2256. Completion of Database Management Systems- Retooling/training of personnel in-charge of the database management system (7 systems x 23 schools; 7 division in-charge; 23 principals) (191 x Php 275 x 7days)367,675
58 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEF/ CONGSchool Fund10.Human Resource Training and Development Including Teacher’s Training, Scholarship & Fellowship Grants and Capacity building for Non-Teaching Personnel(HRTD)(php 10,621,850)7. Monitoring and Evaluation and TAs (Quarterly)736,200.00
59 Programs/Activities/Projects (PAPs) Proponents/ImplementersProposed Budget/SourceLocally- FundedSEF/ CONGSchool Fund11. School Health and Nutrition Program(Php.4,607,205)1. Health Assessment Program (23 schools)2. Gulayan sa Paaralan / Food Always in the Home (FAITH) / Bio-intensive Gardening (BIG) (Urban Gardening)ECO - Saver1,150,0004,642,205SEFMOOE
60 In Summary:This Division is convinced that we will be able to reach our desired destiny. We will be guided by the paradigm that if we want change, we must do things differently. Unlearning of learning that does not work anymore and discovering new learning is said to be the greatest knowledge.We continue to push our aspirations and cling to our faith that DepEd Mandaluyong can be the best of what it can be for 2014 and beyond.So, help us God.DepEd MandaluyongDr. EVANGELINE P. LADINES, OIC-Schools Division SuperintendentDr. NERISSA L. LOSARIA, OIC-Asst. Schools Division SuperintendentDr. ALYN G. MENDOZA, Education Program SupervisorMiss. KRIZEL A. TAYAG, AccountantMrs. MA. DELMA A. ABRINGE- Planning Officer II
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