The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has created a transition plan for teachers “displaced” by the introduction of Senior High School in AY 2016-2017. Here are two CHED Memorandum Orders that explain how teachers and schools can use scholarships during the transition period:
Here is my slide presentation on the impact of the new General Education Curriculum to the administrators, faculty, and students of St. Scholastica’s College in Manila, held on 12 January 2016:
This is my slide presentation for my talk on “Updates on SUCs Offering Junior and Senior High School and the ICT Summit: The HUMSS Track” for the Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges, held at the Technological University of the Philippines on 11 January 2016:
The Philippine Commission on Higher Education (CHED) has put on its website the revised curriculums of degree programs. The key words in this official issuance are “sample” and “suggested.” CHED is clear that it is not violating the Constitutional provision on academic freedom for Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). HEIs can use the sample or suggested curriculums to guide them in revising their current (or in proposing new) degree programs.