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RD San Antonio reiterates dos, don’ts

On  strengthening TEA Governance
By: DepED Batangas City Docu Team

The Department of Education Region IV- A Director, Dr. Diosdado  M. San Antonio, reiterated  several recommendations in order to strengthen the implementation of the Transparent, Ethical and Accountable (TEA) Governance during the 2nd CALABARZON TEA Governance Forum with the theme Edukasyong K -12 Gawing Mabisa Sa Matalinong Pamamahala” held at  Alonte Sports Complex, Biňan City, Laguna, Feb.27.

Being the disciplining officer in the Region, Dir. San Antonio cited that 1221 complaints from the component divisions were filed in his office in 2014.  The cases were about the violation of the No Collection Policy, non-remittance of GSP, BSP and Red Cross contributions, lack of transparency in the utilization of MOOE fund and other funds, inability to pay just debt, child abuse complaints and conduct unbecoming of a professional teacher.

RD San Antonio said that almost 70% of the complaints were dismissed due to lack of any reasonable ground to engender a well found belief that the offence was committed. However, 104 cases were formally charged. Eighty-nine per cent (89%) of these were found guilty and were meted penalties of either termination from service or suspension without pay.

He explained that the complaints against the school personnel can be avoided if only those reminders, memoranda and orders of the Department were strictly followed. He grouped his reminders as highly recommended, prohibited and highly discouraged actions. According to him, the reminders shall be released as memorandum and shall be uploaded at the regional website, www.calabarzon.ph  Among the highly recommended actions are:

*Establishing/ capacitating the school grievance committee in schools and  in the district,

*Capacitating School Anti-Bullying Campaign,

*Posting the copy of MOOE and School Organization Funds and

*Recording all donation received by the school.

On the other hand, prohibited actions include:

*Requiring clearance from the students in order to get records from the school before the year ends,

*Requiring clearance from teachers to have summer salary,

*Forcing teachers and pupils to buy from the canteen trays,

*Indorsing any company or selling any product to students such as reading materials, workbooks, CDs and the like,

*Collecting PTA contributions  even with  the consent of PTA officers/members themselves.

*Selling tickets and collecting from students any amount of money from Red Cross GSP and BSP fund raising activities other than sustaining fees.

*Selling tickets and other materials of the same except anti-TB

* Requiring/ Mandating pupils to participate in fieldtrips, film showing and jamborees,

*Allowing school personnel to settle and investigate child abuse cases in the school without proper authorization

*Having financial interest while engaged in purchasing materials needed by the school or by acting as direct supplier of the school,

*requiring or influencing subordinates to purchase items from  a supplier or particular suppliers.

Likewise, RD stressed that these are highly discouraged actions for administrative acts.

*Scheduling meetings/ seminars and other related activities during Saturdays/Sundays and Holidays unless extremely necessary and provided for, (implement the 6 hour actual teaching, other two hours can be used in school related activities anywhere)

*Organizing seminars and workshops or other related school, office activities requiring payment and registration fees

*Organizing compulsory of highly extravagant school affairs. ( Teachers  should not attend seminars using their own money. If the Superintendent found the seminars worth attending, the expenses should be charged against MOOE fund on official business time.

Dr. San Antonio ended his session by thanking the participants for being his partners in implementing the TEA Governance in the region.

 

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