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INNOTECH RR-15-2016: Monitoring of the Philippine Department of Education’s Model Senior High School Program, 2nd Ed.

In early 2013, the Solutions Evaluation and Adaptation Unit (SEAU) under the Educational Research and Innovation Office (ERIO) of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology (SEAMEO INNOTECH) undertook a monitoring study to document the developments on the first year of implementation of the Senior High School (SHS) Modeling in selected SHS model schools in the country. The research study was funded through SEAMEO INNOTECH’s Educational Research and Innovation Fund as part of the Center’s set of program interventions to support the Department of Education (DepEd)’s need for sustained technical support in perationalizing the new K to 12 Basic Education Program. The study aimed to generate knowledge drawn from the experiences of model schools that can serve as a good resource for refining the guidelines for the full implementation of SHS beginning SY 2016-2017. Specifically, the study aimed to 1) determine the pre-implementation considerations, and actual implementation needs and processes under the SHS Modeling; 2) identify strengths and innovations of the selected SHS model schools; 3) ascertain challenges and potentials for improvement; and 4) formulate policy recommendations based on the lessons learned by the selected SHS model schools. Key informant interviews (KIIs) and focus group discussions (FGDs) were conducted with school heads, teachers and SHS students to obtain relevant information on the SHS Modeling. Included in the monitoring study are four general public high schools, namely, 1) Sangley Point National High School (NHS) in Cavite City, Cavite; 2) Bacolod City NHS; 3) Sum-ag NHS in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental; and 4) Palo NHS in Palo, Leyte; and three public technical-vocational (TechVoc) high schools, namely, 5) San Pedro Relocation Center NHS in San Pedro, Laguna; 6) Doña Montserrat Lopez Memorial NHS in Silay City, Negros Occidental; and 7) Merida Vocational School in Merida, Leyte. The study also utilized data generated from a survey administered by the Research Studies Unit (RSU) of SEAMEO INNOTECH. The survey, conducted from February to March 2013, was part of a research project that aimed to generate case studies of Alternative Delivery Mode (ADM) models in selected provinces of the Philippines that would allow for deeper understanding of the implementation of appropriate and effective ADMs for the SHS stage of the K to 12 program. A review of related literature was also conducted to provide contextual background to the study.

SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology
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SEAMEO INNOTECH; Philippine Department of Education; senior high school; K to 12 Transition Program; education in emergencies;
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