11th National Educators Conference | DepEd Advisory No. 067, s. 2018

11th NATIONAL EDUCATORS CONFERENCE

DepEd Advisory No. 067, s. 2018 April 13, 2018 In compliance with DepEd Order (DO) No. 8, s. 2013, this advisory is issued not for endorsement, per DO 28, s. 2001, but only for the information of DepEd officials, personnel/staff as well as the concerned public. (Visit www.deped.gov.ph)   11th NATIONAL EDUCATORS CONFERENCE   The Association of Science Educators in the Philippines (ASEP) will conduct its 11th National Educators Conference with the theme Science and Technology Advancement Through Enhancing Capabilities of Educators Focus on Inventions, Research and School Leadership from…

Revised Guidelines on Accreditation/Re-Accreditation of Private Entities Under the Automatic Payroll Deduction System (APDS) Program

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DepEd Order 18, s. 2018 Revised Guidelines on Accreditation/Re-Accreditation of Private Entities Under the Automatic Payroll Deduction System (APDS) Program     I. RATIONALE The Department of Education, as a government agency, is authorized by various laws, rules and regulations to deduct from salaries of its employees such amounts intended for the payment of contributions and other obligations due to specified government and private entities.   Such authorization, however, is concurrently limited by other laws. Section 21 of RA 4670 or the Magna Carta for Public School Teachers states that…

Revised | K to 12 Basic Education Program End of School Year Rites SY 2017-2018

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Deped Order 12, s. 2018 Revision to DepEd Order No. 6, s. 2018 |  School Year 2017-2018 K to 12 Basic Education Program End of School Year Rites The Department of Education (DepEd) issued DepEd Order (DO) No. 6, s. 2018 entitled School Year 2017-2018 K to 12 Basic Education Program End of School Year Rites.  However, revisions have been made in the following enclosures: Enclosure No. 1 Template for Kindergarten Certificate, and Enclosure No. 2 Template for Grade 6 Elementary Certificate. Read More here: Revision to DepEd Order No.…

DepEd Order 11, s. 2018 | Guidelines on the Preparation and Checking of School Forms

The Department of Education (DepEd) issues the enclosed Guidelines on the Preparation and Checking of School Forms for the preparation, updating and evaluation of school forms in basic education starting end of School Year 2017-2018. The mechanisms and simplified procedures prescribed by these guidelines are anchored on the principles of accountability, accuracy and reliability of data, and efficiency.  They shall reduce the time and effort of school personnel spent for clerical tasks and records management without compromising the accuracy of the learners’ information and quality of school forms.   DepEd Order 11,…

K to 12 Basic Education Program End of School Year Rites for SY 2017-2018

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DepEd Order 06, s. 2018 | School Year 2017-2018 K to 12 Basic Education Program End of School Year Rites   For School Year (SY) 2017-2018, the Department of Education (DepEd) announces the conduct of the following End of School Year Rites: Grade Level Completers Ceremony Proof of Completion Kindergarten Moving Up or Completion Kindergarten Certificate (Enclosure No. 1) Grade 6 Graduation Elementary Certificate (Enclosure No. 2) Grade 10 Moving Up or Completion Junior High School Certificate (Enclosure No. 3) Grade 12 learners from Graduation Senior High School Diploma (Enclosure No.…

DepEd Lifts Moratorium on Educational Field Trips | DepEd Order No. 66 series of 2017

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The Department of Education (DepEd) has lifted the moratorium on educational field trips with the issuance of new implementing guidelines on the conduct of off-campus activities for all public and private elementary and secondary schools. Education Secretary Leonor Briones, in DepEd order no. 66 series of 2017 issued December 27, announced that the DepEd Memorandum No. 47 series of 2017 or the “Moratorium on Educational Field trips and Other Similar Activities” has been lifted upon the effectivity of guidelines on the conduct of co-curricular and extracurricular off-campus activities for both…

DepEd Sec. Briones Favors Salary Increase for Teachers

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MANILA — Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Briones said she is in favor of salary increase for teachers, as this would provide additional budget for their daily needs and help them better manage their finances. “I’ve always been in favor of salary increase (for teachers),” Briones told the Philippine News Agency. However, Briones clarified that should there be an increase in teacher’s salary, this should have a basis/matrix, emphasizing that the net pay that teachers should receive must be enough for their needs. “I want their salaries to increase,”…

Deped: 100% Of PLI Service Fee Goes To Provident Fund For Lending To Personnel

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PASIG CITY, November 25, 2017 – Contrary to claims that the Department of Education (DepEd) allowed private lending institutions (PLIs) to offer loans to its teaching and non-teaching personnel because it receives “commission,” that small fraction actually goes to the Provident Fund from which all DepEd personnel may benefit. The service fee, which amounts to a measly 0.05%, charged for every remittance of the loan payment of a personnel-borrower, through the Automatic Payroll Deduction System (APDS) comes full-circle to benefit all Department personnel. To date, DepEd’s Provident Fund amounts to P4…

Public School Teachers May Lose License To Teach Over Unpaid Loans

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 “Pay your debt or lose your license to teach.” This is the predicament that faces public school teachers, who are already suffering from big pay cuts due to loan deductions, should they fail to settle their debts from Private Lending Institutions (PLIs). Teachers from Central Luzon trooped to the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on Friday to appeal the agency “not to take the side” of PLIs – particularly St. Bernadette Lending, among others – when it comes to settling their loans that have accumulated due to high interest rates. Members…

Deped Order 55, s. 2017 | Deped Reiterates Observance Of P4k Net Take Home Pay Threshold

Revised Guidelines on the Implementation of P4,000.00 Net Take Home Pay for Department of Education Personnel

Deped Order 55, s. 2017 – Revised Guidelines on the Implementation of P4,000.00 Net Take Home Pay for Department of Education Personnel PASIG CITY, October 26, 2017 – The Department of Education (DepEd) on Thursday moved to ensure that teachers will receive no less than P4,000 as Net Take Home Pay (NTHP) as it prioritizes loan deductions due for the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) and the Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF). Teachers’ NTHP threshold shall be safeguarded following the issuance of DepEd Order No. 55 (DO 55), series 2017, or…