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Higher and Technical Education for Development Jose P. Campos Chairman Coordinating Council of Private Education Associations 18 May 2013
PHILIPPINE HIGHER EDUCATION LANDSCAPE
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IMPERATIVES
National Development NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IMPERATIVES
The Philippine National Qualifications Framework Technical Vocational Education Certificate I Certificate II Certificate III Certificate IV Diploma Higher Education Doctorate Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Embedded TVET Qualification Ladderization Pathways Advanced Diploma Elementary Education Early Childhood Education 4 th Year 3 rd Year 2 nd Year 1 st Year Post Graduate Degree Secondary Education Post Baccalaureate Diploma
A Tale of Two Sectors ASEAN COMMUNITY 2015 A Public Sector Planned Initiative Business Process Outsourcing/IT Market-Based Opportunity Driven
Regional Integration Treaties ASEAN Declaration, 08 August 1967 Promote economic growth, social progress and cultural development Promote peace and stability Work as a team
Association of Southeast Asian Nations ( ASEAN ) Members States Original 6 Brunei Darussalam Indonesia Malaysia Philippines Singapore Thailand New Members Viet Nam (1995 ) Lao PDR (1997) Myanmar (1997) Cambodia (1999)
ASEAN Community 2015 ASEAN Community Narrowing the Development GAP (NDG) Education Common Space ASEAN Political-Security Community (APSC) ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC)
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ASEAN Political Security Community (APSC) Rules-based community; Cohesive, peaceful, stable and resilient; and Dynamic and outward-looking
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Single market and production base Competitive economic region Equitable economic development Fully integrated into global economy
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN ) ASEAN Socio- Cutural Community (ASCC) Human development Social welfare and protection Social Justice and rights Environmental sustainability ASEAN identity Narrowing the development gap
SEAMEO RIHED ( Regional Center for Higher Education and Development ) SEA HIGHER EDUCATION COMMON SPACE Political-Security Community – create shared values and build community and an ASEAN identity Economic Community – facilitate the free-flow of labor, talent, ideas and capital towards a single market and production base Socio-cultural Community – regional awareness and appreciation of history and diversity
The SEA Higher Education Common Space will be the instrument to create qualified human resources with international awareness to serve the public and private sectors. Harmonization of member states’ higher education systems will facilitate student, staff, program and institutional mobility; employability within SEA; promote better understanding and will serve as the foundation for cooperation. This will facilitate adjustments towards narrowing the development gap among Member States.
Priority Mechanisms in Implementation of SEA Higher Education Common Space Credit Transfer System - develop a template of a ASEAN Credit Transfer System is patterned after the University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific Quality Assurance and Qualifications Framework - Transparency and mutual trust between the higher education systems can only be achieved if their QAs/QFs in the region are better developed. Student Mobility - initiated a pilot project to promote student mobility in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand Education and Research Link - focus on research assessment, research publications and an ASEAN Citation Index
Cross Border Private Sector BPO/IT Factors Driving BPO/IT Transforms Fixed Costs to Variable Costs Accelerates Business Processes Provides Flexibility by Avoiding Process Bottlenecks from Growth Cost advantage
Guiding Principles McDonald’s University Alignment to Core Mission Customer Focus Innovation
Considerations for Education Managers Institutional Factors (Market Rules) Facilitate Translation of Inputs into Outcomes Need for Accountability for Results and Incentives Industry Mismatch Poor Basic Education Uncoordinated Education Agencies and Conflict of Interest Lack of Information for Planning
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