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PHILIPPINE HIGHER
EDUCATION SYSTEM
Republic of the Philippines
COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION
SEAMEO Conference
March 11-1...
Presentation Contents
The Philippine Education System
Structure and Governance
Higher Education Landscape
Major Initiative...
THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATION SYSTEM:
STRUCTURE AND GOVERNANCE
Tri-focalization of Education:
Governance/Management at a Glance
Department of Education
(DepEd)
Commission on Higher
Educ...
Restructuring of Philippine Education System
Kindergarten Education Act (January 20, 2012)
Republic Act 10157 was enacted ...
The New Philippine Education System
K
Elementary
Secondary
Tertiary
Six (6) Years
Four (4) Years Junior HS +
Two (2) Years...
Imperative to Implement K to 12
➢ Streamline the curriculum to improve
mastery of basic competencies
➢ Ensure seamlessness...
CHED Mandate
(RA 7722 or Higher Education Act of 1994)
The Commission on Higher Education
(CHED) created in 1994 is the ag...
COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION
Organizational Structure
Office of the
Chairperson and
Commissioners
Administrative, Financ...
CHED Functions
•Formulate development plans, policies,
priorities, and programs on higher
education
•Set minimum standards...
CHED Functions
• Identify, support and develop potential centers
of excellence
• Recommend to Department of Budget and
Man...
Philippine Higher Education Landscape
Distribution of Higher
Education Institutions
(HEIs)
• Public = 219 (12%)
(excluding...
Types of Higher Education Institutions
Private Non-Sectarian (70%)
Private Sectarian (18%)
LUCs (5%)
Other Gov’t. HEIs (1%...
Enrollment & Graduates by Discipline
Discipline
Enrollment
AY 2013/14
Graduates
AY 2012/13
Business Admin &
related 970,55...
MAJOR INITIATIVES
Quality Assurance Mechanism in HE
Regulatory Processes
➢ Provide the minimum standards and guidelines prescribed
by CHED on the establishment of a higher ed...
Regulatory Processes
CHED Enforcement of Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs)
➢ Permit
➢ Recognition
Issuance of Gove...
Developmental Programs
➢ Identification of Centers of Excellence/Centers of Development
➢ Voluntary Accreditation
➢ Facult...
Grant of University Status
CHED grants University status to deserving HEIs
that have proven their excellence in the areas ...
Outcomes-based and Typology-based
Quality Assurance in HE (CMO 46, s. 2012)
1. This policy-standard applies to private and...
Outcomes-based and Typology-based
Quality Assurance in HE (CMO 46, s. 2012)
Horizontal Typology - HEIs are differentiated ...
Outcomes-based and Typology-based
Quality Assurance in HE (CMO 46, s. 2012)
Vertical Typology
HEIs are classified accordin...
The Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF)
• It is a national policy which describes the levels of
educational qualific...
Phillippine Qualifications Framework
LEVEL
GRADE 10
GRADE 12
TECHNICAL
EDUCATION AND
SKILLS
DEVELOPMENT
HIGHER EDUCATION
D...
Student Mobility
30 HEIs from 10 ASEAN MEMBER STATES
PARTICIPATION IN STUDENT MOBILITY
University Mobility in ASIA and the PACIFIC (UMAP)
• 18 Countries (Full Members)
• Philippines: 60 HEIs registered
• UMAP ...
ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS)
Program
Members:
Malaysia
Indonesia
Thailand
Vietnam
Brunei Darussalam
Ph...
FUTURE DIRECTIONS/PROPOSED PRIORITY AREAS FOR
REGIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION
➢Harmonization of policies, standards ...
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  1. 1. PHILIPPINE HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM Republic of the Philippines COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION SEAMEO Conference March 11-13, 2015 Bangkok, Thailand Shiela F. Jalbuena Office of Programs and Standards Development Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Philippines (Part 1)
  2. 2. Presentation Contents The Philippine Education System Structure and Governance Higher Education Landscape Major Initiatives Outcomes-based Education and Typology Quality Assurance Mechanism in Higher Education Philippine Qualifications Framework ASEAN Qualifications Reference Framework
  3. 3. THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATION SYSTEM: STRUCTURE AND GOVERNANCE
  4. 4. Tri-focalization of Education: Governance/Management at a Glance Department of Education (DepEd) Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Technical Education Skills Development Authority (TESDA)
  5. 5. Restructuring of Philippine Education System Kindergarten Education Act (January 20, 2012) Republic Act 10157 was enacted institutionalizing the Kindergarten Education into the Basic Education System. Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 (May 15, 2013) Republic Act 10533 was enacted enhancing the Philippine Basic Education by Strengthening its Curriculum and Increasing the Number of Years for Basic Education. These laws in effect changed the structure of the educational system of the country by increasing the number of years of basic education from 10 to 12, hence the birth of the K-12 curriculum.
  6. 6. The New Philippine Education System K Elementary Secondary Tertiary Six (6) Years Four (4) Years Junior HS + Two (2) Years Senior HS + TESD Specialization (NC I and NC II) + Arts & Sports Technical Education and Skills Development Baccalaureate, Post- Baccalaureate, Post- Doctoral/ Specialization One (1) Year
  7. 7. Imperative to Implement K to 12 ➢ Streamline the curriculum to improve mastery of basic competencies ➢ Ensure seamlessness of primary, secondary, and post- secondary competencies ➢ Improve teaching through the use of enhanced pedagogies (e.g. spiral progression in Science & Math) and medium of instruction ➢ Expand job opportunities (by reducing job- skills mismatch) and provide better preparation for higher learning
  8. 8. CHED Mandate (RA 7722 or Higher Education Act of 1994) The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) created in 1994 is the agency of government in charge of administering the higher education system which covers public and private higher education institutions (HEIs).
  9. 9. COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION Organizational Structure Office of the Chairperson and Commissioners Administrative, Financial & Management Service Legal & Legislative Service International Affairs Staff HEDF Staff Technical Panels Board of Advisers Executive Office Office of Student Development & Services Office of Institutional Quality Assurance & Governance Office of Programs and Standards Development Office of Planning, Research & Knowledge Management 16 Regional Offices
  10. 10. CHED Functions •Formulate development plans, policies, priorities, and programs on higher education •Set minimum standards for programs and institutions •Monitor and evaluate performance of programs and institutions
  11. 11. CHED Functions • Identify, support and develop potential centers of excellence • Recommend to Department of Budget and Management the budgets of public higher education institutions as well as guidelines for the use of their income • Rationalize programs and institutions and set standards, policies and guidelines for creation of new ones as well as conversion or elevation of schools to institutions of higher learning • Administer the Higher Education Fund to promote and strengthen higher education
  12. 12. Philippine Higher Education Landscape Distribution of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) • Public = 219 (12%) (excluding 442 satellite campuses) Enrollment Data • Public = 224 (12%)* • Private = 1,699 (88%) Total = 1,923 *excluding 451 SUC satellite campuses Public = 1.54M (43%) Private = 2.02M (57%) Total = 3.56M
  13. 13. Types of Higher Education Institutions Private Non-Sectarian (70%) Private Sectarian (18%) LUCs (5%) Other Gov’t. HEIs (1%) Public HEIs: SUCs – 112 (plus 451 satellite campuses) LUCs – 98 Other Gov’t. HEIs - 14 Private HEIs: Sectarian – 359 Non-Sectarian - 1340
  14. 14. Enrollment & Graduates by Discipline Discipline Enrollment AY 2013/14 Graduates AY 2012/13 Business Admin & related 970,558 164,541 Teacher Education 624,254 86,903 Information Technology 425,416 72,879 Engineering & Architecture 424,143 59,399 Medical and Allied 228,484 57,427 Maritime 156,794 23,506
  15. 15. MAJOR INITIATIVES
  16. 16. Quality Assurance Mechanism in HE
  17. 17. Regulatory Processes ➢ Provide the minimum standards and guidelines prescribed by CHED on the establishment of a higher education institution and the operation of its programs in terms of curriculum, qualified dean and faculty, laboratory facilities and equipment, library facilities and other support services. ➢ Formulated by Panel of Experts in the different clusters of disciplines, are subjected to public hearing or consultations to different stakeholders, and approved by the Commission en banc. CHED Enforcement of Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs)
  18. 18. Regulatory Processes CHED Enforcement of Policies, Standards and Guidelines (PSGs) ➢ Permit ➢ Recognition Issuance of Government Authorization to HEIs
  19. 19. Developmental Programs ➢ Identification of Centers of Excellence/Centers of Development ➢ Voluntary Accreditation ➢ Faculty Development in Priority Disciplines ➢ Financial Assistance to promote and support Research and Development (R & D) Projects of HEIs
  20. 20. Grant of University Status CHED grants University status to deserving HEIs that have proven their excellence in the areas of instruction, research and extension with highly qualified faculty complement, and very adequate site and building facilities, library and laboratory equipment, and outstanding a c h i e v e m e n t o f s t u d e n t s i n l i c e n s u r e examinations.
  21. 21. Outcomes-based and Typology-based Quality Assurance in HE (CMO 46, s. 2012) 1. This policy-standard applies to private and public HEIs to enhance quality assurance system of Philippine higher education through learning competency based standards and an outcomes- based system of quality assurance that is differentiated by type of HEI. 2. CHED adopts both a horizontal typology based on functional differentiation of HEIs vis-à- vis their service to the nation, and a vertical typology within each horizontal type.
  22. 22. Outcomes-based and Typology-based Quality Assurance in HE (CMO 46, s. 2012) Horizontal Typology - HEIs are differentiated functionally based on a) qualifications and competencies of graduates; b) programs offered; c) qualifications of faculty; d) learning resources & support structures; & e) nature of linkages. Three types of HEIs: a)Professional Institution – programs offered are focused to develop technical knowledge and skills at the graduate and undergraduate levels, which lead to professional practice b)Colleges – programs offered are focused to develop adults to participate in various types of employment, development activities and public discourse, in response to needs of the communities. c)Universities - provides highly specialized educational programs to train experts in various technical disciplinal areas and emphasizes development of new knowledge and skills through research and development.
  23. 23. Outcomes-based and Typology-based Quality Assurance in HE (CMO 46, s. 2012) Vertical Typology HEIs are classified according to level of program excellence and institutional quality. Three types of HEIs: a)Autonomous HEIs (by evaluation) - demonstrate exceptional institutional quality and enhancement through internal QA systems, and demonstrate excellent program outcomes b)Deregulated HEIs (by evaluation) - demonstrate very good institutional quality and enhancement through internal QA systems, and demonstrate very good program outcomes c)Regulated HEIs - still need to demonstrate good institutional quality and program outcomes.
  24. 24. The Philippine Qualifications Framework (PQF) • It is a national policy which describes the levels of educational qualifications and sets the standards for qualification outcomes. • A quality assured national system for the development, recognition and award of qualifications based on standards of knowledge, skills and values acquired in different ways and methods by learners and workers of the country. ➢ It is competency-based. ➢ It is labor market-driven. ➢ It is assessment-based qualification recognition. ➢ It is a mechanism for achieving global comparability. ➢ It facilitates mobility of internationally-shared HR/ qualified professionals
  25. 25. Phillippine Qualifications Framework LEVEL GRADE 10 GRADE 12 TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT HIGHER EDUCATION DOCTORAL AND POST DOCTORAL BACCALAUREATE BASIC EDUCATION L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 L7 L8 NC I NC II NC IV NC III NC IV DIPLOMA BACCALAUREATE POST BACCALAUREATE (Per Executive Order 83)
  26. 26. Student Mobility 30 HEIs from 10 ASEAN MEMBER STATES PARTICIPATION IN STUDENT MOBILITY
  27. 27. University Mobility in ASIA and the PACIFIC (UMAP) • 18 Countries (Full Members) • Philippines: 60 HEIs registered • UMAP Credit Transfer Scheme
  28. 28. ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Program Members: Malaysia Indonesia Thailand Vietnam Brunei Darussalam Philippines Japan Platform for education cooperation Mobility Program Flagship program of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO)
  29. 29. FUTURE DIRECTIONS/PROPOSED PRIORITY AREAS FOR REGIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION ➢Harmonization of policies, standards and guidelines towards attaining a standardized and competency-based curricula for health professions education ➢Strengthening research ➢Establishing capability building among higher education institutions in the Philippines and in ASEAN countries ➢Sharing of best practices ➢Comparability of the Philippine health professions education program with the ASEAN Countries and eventually with other countries ➢Building stronger linkages with international countries
  30. 30. Thank you very much!
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