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    Subject: NATIONWIDE VIRTUAL SKILLING ON WORK-READINESS FOR JHS AND SHS STUDENTS AND INVITATION FOR DEPED TEACHING AND NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL TO ASENSO PILIPINAS 2021

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October 20, 2017

PASIG CITY, October 20, 2017 – Recognizing the important role of stakeholders in achieving the goals of basic education sector, Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones called on everyone to work with the government in rebuilding the city of Marawi.
 
In her speech during the recent Stakeholders Forum held at the DepEd Central Office, Secretary Briones expressed her appreciation of partners from the private sector, especially those who attended the occasion.
 
“I am happy that we are working together, so somehow the objectives of education and your own specialized objectives can somehow meet and achieve the goals which we have set for ourselves,” the Education chief relayed with enthusiasm.
 
Brigada Eskwela sa Marawi
 
Reiterating the ongoing developments in Marawi, with the military taking over and residents hoping to return to their homes, Secretary Briones announced DepEd’s plan to conduct Brigada Eskwela for Marawi only.
 
Dubbed Brigada Eskwela sa Marawi, the event will be a joint effort between all DepEd Offices nationwide, with Regional Offices in Mindanao providing manpower, and Visayas and Luzon Regional Offices providing resources.
 
“This Brigada will be a sort of bayanihan effort on a national scale. Moving forward, we hope to implement the same support system should incidents and calamities like this happen,” Undersecretary Alain Del B. Pascua, focal person for Brigada sa Marawi, pointed out.
 
The Education chief further invited all those who previously joined Brigada Eskwela, especially stakeholders from the private sector, to join Brigada sa Marawi to be held in November and led by DepEd officials.
 
“I know that you will be very interested because this is everybody’s concern. Marawi is going to be a very special event for us the moment we are allowed to go back. I hope you will all go, and definitely, I am going,” the Secretary added.
 
There are 69 schools in the war-torn city of Marawi, 22 of which have been totally destroyed and damaged.
 
“The Department is one of the most devastated agencies when it comes to calamities and we have estimated about P2 billion calamity-related expenditures,” the Secretary said.
 
The DepEd also conducted psychosocial assistance for displaced teachers and learners.
 
“If we want to restore the children’s sense of continuity of learning, we also have to restore the teachers’ welfare,” Secretary Briones shared.
 
The DepEd conducted the one-day Stakeholders Forum to inform its partners of the status of the government’s programs and projects, and to strengthen collaboration with one another towards the achievement of quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education for all.
 
END

http://www.deped.gov.ph/press-releases/deped-emphasizes-stakeholders%E2%80%99-role-rebuilding-marawi

 

 

May 12, 2017

PASIG CITY, May 12, 2017 – The Department of Education (DepEd) encourages qualified Grade 10 completers who missed the original February 2017 deadline for applications to apply for the Senior High School Voucher Program (SHS VP) online before the deadline on May 15, 2017.
 
In preparation for the opening of classes in June, DepEd reopened the online application for SHS VP from May 1 to May 15 only.
 
The program aims to give financial assistance to qualified Grade 10 completers who wish to enroll in private and non-DepEd public senior high schools. It also aims to empower students with the choice to pursue their desired SHS education.
 
Only Grade 10 completers from private schools who are not Educational Service Contracting (ESC) grantees may submit their applications. Grade 10 completers from public schools, including state universities and colleges (SUCs) and local universities and colleges (LUCs), and ESC grantees from private schools are already pre-qualified for the program and do not need to apply.
 
The amount of SHS VP subsidy depends on the category of the qualified voucher recipient (QVR), and the location of the school where the QVR will enroll.
 
Grade 10 completers from public schools shall receive a maximum of P22,500 if they enroll in a private school in the National Capital Region (NCR); P20,000 in Highly-Urbanized Cities (HUCs); or P17,500 in other cities and municipalities.
 
Grade 10 completers from private schools shall receive a maximum of P18,000 if they enroll in NCR; P16,000 in HUCs; and P14,000 in other cities and municipalities.
 
Those who enroll in SUCs and LUCs shall receive a maximum of P11,250 for NCR, P10,000 for HUCs, and P8,750 for other cities and municipalities, regardless of where they completed their JHS.
 
The voucher will not be given as cash or check to the students. DepEd will directly transfer the SHS VP payments to the school where the QVRs chose to enroll.
 
There is no grade requirement to apply for the program. Those who are interested may apply through the Online Voucher Application Portal (OVAP) at http://ovap.deped.gov.ph. Only online applications will be entertained in this second wave of applications for faster processing.
 
Results will be released in two batches. For applications received from May 1 – 10, results will be released on May 16 at 12 noon. For applications received from May 11 – 15, results will be released on May 22 at 12 noon. The results will be posted at the OVAP website.
 
The SHS VP and ESC are part of the Government Assistance to Students and Teachers in Private Education (GASTPE) Program, which aims to maintain the viability of private education as a key partner in the delivery of quality basic education.
 
For more detailed information, you may visit the Department’s website http://deped.gov.ph; Facebook: DepEd Philippines; and Twitter: DepEd_PH

 

http://www.deped.gov.ph/press-releases/deped-urges-grade-10-completers-take-advantage-shs-voucher-program-online-application

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