Friday, February 22, 2019

K to 12 in the Philippines Essay

The Department of Educations mission speaks clear of the provision of a quality basic education that should be brotherly to all and one which shall lay the foundation of a lifelong instruction and self-actualization needed for citizenship at the local, national and global milieu. This mission can all be realized if indeed our educational system meets the challenge of the upstart millennium. Currently, educators just realized that our educational system has not been updated as to coming together the global competitiveness. It must be an acceptable fact that we lease produced graduates who escape the skills, who cannot be recognized globally, and who do not possess entrepreneurial skills or the basic knowledge for highschooler education.I personally believe that it is high time that we start changing the educational system of the Philippines through the execution of instrument of the K to 12 Basic Education Program. As a standby school teacher, I have witnessed personally ho w our young generation graduates without having themselves weaponed totally the basic knowledge they must have developed in the previous computer programme implemented in the schools. According to a survey, it is totally the Philippines which has not adopted the 12 years basic education class in the whole of the Asia. This is the very reason why even if we have intelligent and globally competitive graduates, these graduates cannot still be recognized as professionals abroad because they lack the number of years to complete the basic education.Its death penalty is actually a bold and a great challenge to curriculum developers and implementers (teachers) in our country. There are several problems that we have to overcome. But with everyone expression at one vision, holding hand in hand towards its triple-crown writ of execution, lifting up each of our spirits then the K to 12 implementation will have a successful journey.TERESA E. INDACMAED-CMUGS

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