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SDO San Pablo City addresses challenges in 2018 Education Summit

One hundred stakeholders, 4 student-leaders, 59 division personnel and 70 school heads (both Elementary and High School) gathered on June 22, 2018 at the San Pablo Central School Gym in San Pablo City for the 2018 Division Education Summit to discuss important issues and concerns of the education sector and define the vision and agenda of basic, higher and technical-vocational education in the country.

Aside from different stakeholders and leaders, other key personalities who took center stage in the summit were Cong. Sol Aragones, Mayor Loreto Amben Amante, and representatives of the office of Vice Gov. Karen Agapay and Gov.Ramil Hernandez. All of them shared their respective agenda for the education sector, taking into consideration the mandates of the constitution, laws, and the directions they have set for their respective agencies.

Schools Division Superintendent  Susan DL. Oribiana said, “Tulungan nyo po kami na magamit nang maayos at tama ang pondo ng pamahalaan para sa iba’t ibang programa at proyekto, gaya ng Alternative Learning System. Bawat school o barangay ay magkaroon ng community learning center (CLC) upang ang mga batang di kayang pumasok o Out-of-School Youth mula Lunes hanggang Biyernes ay mabibigyan ng pagkakataong makapag-aral, at hindi natin sila pababayaan.’’ It really means that one of the key focuses of the division is the intensification and expansion of Alternative Learning System (ALS).

Oribiana also emphasized the revitalization of values formation among all learners, she further clarified that GMRC is still being taught in schools with its new title Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao and that values education is integrated in all subject areas. Among the issues tackled in the summit are: The urgent implementation of ALS program for OSY; students, teachers, school heads and supervisors’ professional development and achievements, both local and international; Senior High School program’s implementation particularly TechVoc; successful hosting of 2018 RSC;   winnings in the National festival of talents; scholarships of teachers in other countries and researches presented internationally by the SDS herself in Denmark and the various international researches attended by the teachers and students of San Pablo City.

Part of the summit is the open forum session with Marlyn A. Cabrera, EPS in Filipino as moderator. Through the forum, some issues and problems of school heads were addressed to the concerned leaders or agencies. The leaders also responded and promised what they could do to solve the problems. The occasion also featured a gallery walk where posters of the different schools highlighted their accomplishments in terms of performance indicators, programs and projects supported by stakeholders. The signing of the pledge of commitment headed by the Mayor Loreto S. Amante concluded the program.

The program was conducted through the efforts of the SGOD Social Mobilization Group headed by Venus E. Florentiono, SEPS and Claudine Villanueva, EPS II, through the guidance of  their Chief, Anna Liza D. Banayo, Dr. Merced Rienda-OIC ASDS and Susan DL. Oribiana,CESE, OIC-SDS. Laila R. Maloles, EPS in English acted as program master. (Ramon E. Legaspi, Education Program Specialist -II)

 

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