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FY 2015 DIVISION BUDGET

FY 2015 DIVISION BUDGET

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FY 2015 DIVISION BUDGET

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  1. FY 2015 DIVISION BUDGET PROPOSAL

  2. Presentation Outline • Title • Vision, Mission, and Core Values • Map of the Division • Situational Analysis (SWOT Analysis) • External Environment (Opportunities and Threats) a. FY 2015 Regular Plan b. FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan • Internal Environment (Strengths and Weaknesses) a. FY 2015 Regular Plan b. FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan • Division Indicative Targets • Strategies, Programs, Projects & Activities • FY 2015 Division Proposed Budget Integrating SHS Implementation • Concluding Statement

  3. Department of Education Our Vision We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose competencies and values enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building the nation. We are learner-centered public institution, that continuously improves itself to pursue its mission. • Our Mission • To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based, and complete basic education where: • students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe and motivating environment • teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture • every learner • administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and supportive environment for effective learning to happen • family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for developing • life-long learners.

  4. DepEd Core Values

  5. Division Basic Profile • Located north of Manila, the City of Malabon has a population of 353,337 as of 2010 • It is primarily a residential and industrial town and is one of the most densely populated cities in the • metropolis • It has a total land area of 19.714 square kilometers • The thriving City is bounded on the west and southwest by the City of Navotas, on the north by the City of Valenzuela, and on the east and southeast by Caloocan City. These four cities mentioned were formerly known as the CAMANAVA area.

  6. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan S O C I A L

  7. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan S O C I A L

  8. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan E C O N O M I C

  9. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan E C O N O M I C

  10. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan P O L I T I C A L

  11. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan E C O L O G I C A L

  12. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan E C O L O G I C A L

  13. External Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan T E C H N O L O G I C A L

  14. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  15. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan Higher Education Institutes(HEIs)

  16. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan TVIs - City of Malabon Polytechnic Institute (CMPI)

  17. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan TVIs - i.LearnCenter Philippines Inc.

  18. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan TVIs - St. Catherine Institute of Technology

  19. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan TVIs - St. Catherine Institute of Technology

  20. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan TVIs - College of St. Amatiel

  21. External Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan - Absorptive Capacity

  22. Internal EnvironmentBasic Inputs

  23. Internal Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan A C C E S S

  24. Internal EnvironmentBasic Inputs

  25. Internal Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan Q U A L I T Y E F F I C I E N C Y

  26. Internal Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan E F F I C I E N C Y

  27. Internal Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan E F F I C I E N C Y G O V E R N A N C E

  28. Internal Environment FY 2015 Regular Plan G O V E R N A N C E

  29. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  30. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  31. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  32. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  33. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  34. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  35. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  36. Internal Environment FY 2015 SHS Implementation Plan

  37. Major Challenges Senior High School (SHS) • Close coordination with Chamber of Commerce and Rotarians (private sector & industries) in support to the implementation of the Senior High School Curriculum. • No school can accommodate 1,327 enrolees for Sports and • Arts & Design tracks. • Shortage of 57 instructional & 8 non-instructional rooms (public schools) • for the projected enrolment of 9,886 students for Grades 11 and 12 • in SY 2016-2017. • Shortages in equipment, materials and facilities for sports, technology, • and technical and vocational areas.

  38. FY 2015 REGULAR PLAN • S-O ( How can strengths be employed to take advantage of the opportunities?) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Enhance stakeholders’ participation to basic education. • Sustain and enrich the existing programs in preparation for the Phased Rollout of K to 12 S-O W-O • W-O ( How can weaknesses be overcome to take advantage of or exploit the opportunities?) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Improve quality of instruction and learning management • Utilize technology to make education accessible to all types of learners and to upgrade quality of instruction • Strengthen instructional leadership • Establish educational management standards to strengthen the organization • W-T ( How can weaknesses be overcome to counteract threats and take advantage / exploit the opportunities ? ) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Provide education needs of learners in special circumstances/ inclusive education • Develop environment protection consciousness • S-T ( How can strengths be used to counteract threats in order to take advantage / exploit the opportunities?) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Ensure the participation of school-age children. • Provide a more conducive learning environment. • Intensify linkage with other external stakeholders S-T W-T

  39. FY 2015 SHS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN S-O W-O • W-O ( How can weaknesses be overcome to take advantage of or exploit the opportunities?) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Establish educational management standards to strengthen the organization of public and private schools • S-O ( How can strengths be employed to take advantage of the opportunities?) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Intensify linkage with industries/commercial establishments S-T W-T • S-T ( How can strengths be used to counteract threats in order to take advantage / exploit the opportunities?) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Intensify linkage with industries/commercial establishments • W-T ( How can weaknesses be overcome to counteract threats and take advantage / exploit the opportunities ? ) • STRATEGIC OPTIONS • Intensify the quality of instruction and learning management

  40. Division Indicative Targets Elementary

  41. Division Indicative Targets Secondary

  42. National Achievement Test Grade Three

  43. National Achievement Test Grade Six

  44. National Achievement Test Secondary

  45. Strategies and PAPs OUTCOME 1: ACCESS TO BASIC EDUCATION

  46. Strategies and PAPs OUTCOME 2: EFFICIENCY

  47. Strategies and PAPs OUTCOME 3: QUALITY EDUCATION

  48. Strategies and PAPs OUTCOME 3: QUALITY EDUCATION

  49. Strategies and PAPs OUTCOME 4: GOVERNANCE

  50. Strategies and PAPs SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL