Administration of Grade 12 N.A.T. for SY 2017-2018 | DepEd Memo No. 068 s. 2018

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DepEd Memorandum No. 068 s. 2018

Administration of the Grade 12 National Achievement Test for School Year 2017-2018

 

  1. The Department of Education (DepEd), through the Bureau of the Education assessment (BEA), with the assistance of the schools divisions and secondary schools personnel, shall administer the Grade 12 National Achievement Test (NAT) for School Year (SY) 2017-2018 in public and private schools nationwide on any date determined by the schools division offices (SDOs) once the test materials are delivered to the respective SDOs of sample schools This is pursuant to the DepEd Order (DO) No. 55, s. 2016 entitled Policy Guidelines on the National Assessment of Student Learning for the K to 12 Basic Education Program and DO 25, s. 2017 entitled School Calendar for the School Year 2017-2018.

 

  1. The administration of NAT Grade 12 will be the first time for the Senior High School (SH) exit assessment of the K to 12 Curriculum. Stratified random sampling procedure shall be used to represent all types of schools in the district, schools division and region. Fifty percent of the schools per track (public and private) shall be included in the sample. If there is only one school offering a track in the region, the school shall be automatically included in the test administration. The list of the sampled schools in each schools division is found in the enclosure.

NAT 2018

  1. In SY 2016-2017, the Philippines has implemented for the first time the SHS Curriculum in its K to 12 Basic Education Program. This SY 2017-2018, the Grade 12 assessment shall cover 21st century skills such as Problem Solving, Information Literacy, and Critical Thinking Skills embedded in the SHS learning areas of the Languages, Humanities, Communication, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and Philosophy.

 

  1. The NAT Grade 12 aims to:
  • Determine if the students are meeting the learning standards;
  • Help provide information to improve instructional practices;
  • Assess/evaluate effectiveness an effectivity of education service delivery using learning outcomes as indicators; and
  • Provide empirical information as bases for curriculum, learning delivery, assessment and policy reviews, and policy formation.

 

  1. The authorized forwarder shall retrieve the test materials to SDOs outside the National Capital Region (NCR) two weeks before the test administration. The same forwarded shall retrieve the test materials one week after the test administration.

 

  1. The school card (Form 137), certificate of good moral character, and other documents will be released after the test administration.

 

  1. For more information, contact the Bureau of Education Assessments-Education Assessment Division (BEA-EAD), 2nd floor, Bonifacio Building, Department of Education (DepEd) Central Office, DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City at telephone no. (02) 631-2589 or email at bea.ead@deped.gov.ph.

 

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DepEd Statement on the schedule of NAT 12 for SY 2017-2018

The Department of Education (DepEd) seeks to clarify that the administration dates of the National Achievement Test for Grade 12 completers (NAT 12) will differ per school division. This is to correct reports today claiming that DepEd has supposedly announced the cancellation of NAT 12.

The advisory issued by Curriculum and Instruction Undersecretary Lorna Dino on April 5 clearly stated that “the Schools Division Superintendents (SDSs) shall decide on the dates of the test administration once the test materials have been delivered to the respective Division offices (DOs) of sampled schools.”

During a press conference last March 26, Dino announced that NAT 12 will be conducted among randomly selected schools tentatively scheduled to begin on April 12.

Further information may be addressed to the Bureau of Education Assessment-Education Assessment Division (BEA-EAD) at (02) 631 2589 or through bea.ead@deped.gov.ph.

 

NAT Schedule:

“The Schools Division Superintendents (SDSs) shall decide on the dates of the test administration once the test materials have been delivered to the respective Division offices (DOs) of sampled schools.” Curriculum and Instruction Undersecretary Lorna Dino

 

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