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INNOTECH CS-05-2017: Best Practices of Secondary Level Alternative Delivery Modes (ADMs) in Southeast Asia: A Case Study of the Open High School Program in the Philippines

This case study on the Open High School Program (OHSP) of the Philippines, one of a series of country case studies on successful secondary level alternative delivery modes (ADMs) in Southeast Asia, is largely derived from the Evaluation of the Open High School Program in the Philippines conducted by SEAMEO INNOTECH in 2015. The evaluation study determined the current state of the OHSP in the context of operationalizing the new K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum of the Philippine Department of Education (DepEd). The study was funded by the Center under the SEAMEO INNOTECH Regional Education Program (SIREP).

SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology
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SEAMEO INNOTECH; Association of Southeast Asian Nations; Philippines--Politics and government; School administration; alternative delivery modes; open high school;
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