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INNOTECH CS-08-2020: Current Situation and Practices of Multigrade Schools in the Philippines: Case Studies

This report dwells on case studies conducted in select multigrade schools across the country to have an in-depth assessment of the current situation and practices of multigrade schools in the Philippines. While the full report featured 18 case study snapshots, highlighting good practices and experiences from the selected multigrade schools, this separate volume focuses on the full stories of 11 multigrade schools. The case studies conducted from 10 January to 28 March 2018, involved site visits, classroom observations, KIIs, and FGDs. These were intended to obtain more detailed qualitative and personal narratives of experiences and processes of program implementers i.e., schools division multigrade program coordinator, district multigrade program coordinator, school heads, and teachers; and stakeholders, i.e., learners, parents, and community members to surface good practices in the school’s current context of multigrade implementation. Specifically, the case studies aimed at determining (a) the factors that affect multigrade instruction as a delivery for increasing access to inclusive, equitable, and quality education; and (b) how the enabling environment comprising of instructional leadership, capacity building, monitoring and evaluation, learning facilities, and parents and community participation contribute to teaching and learning in a multigrade setting.

SEAMEO Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology
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SEAMEO INNOTECH; Philippine Department of Education; UNICEF; philippine education; multigrade schools; good practices;
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