Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log (DLL) Quarter 3 Week 1
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K-12: The Key to Success?
When we talk about education here in the Philippines, we simply think of the newly implemented education system, the K-12 Basic Education Program.
How familiar are you exactly with K-12?
K-12 Basic Education program is a 12-year program that allows students to have sufficient time in mastering their skills and basic competencies. The implementation of the K-12 Program started way back in 2011. It aims to prepare graduates to be ready for employment and higher education. Students will have the chance to choose among four tracks; the Academic Track, Technical-Vocational Livelihood Track, Sports Track and Arts & Design Track. As a whole, the K-12 Basic Education Program prepares the students to be globally competitive.
The Department of Education provided a voucher program for Grade 10 completers from public and private schools. This voucher program acts as a deduction when a student chooses to enroll in a non-DepEd school.
Now let’s go back to choosing among the four tracks.
Public schools, especially in the rural areas, do not have the sufficient facilities to provide every track. In some schools, tables, chairs, and even classrooms aren’t conducive to learning. The chairs are defective, the classroom is too humid and few of the electric fans installed are hardly working. There are LED monitors installed in some schools but the screen and the speakers are only convenient to those students sitting in front.
How can a student who is enrolled in a public school who wants to take the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Strand under the Academic Track if the school does not even have a science laboratory?
How can the students be globally competitive when the only beaker he/she sees is in a photograph?
What will happen to the students who want to enroll in Arts & Design Track if the school does not offer such course?
This is ironic to think that this is their program and they are the ones being left behind by more competitive non-DepEd schools.
Was this program planned enough? Moreover, was this program funded enough?
K-12 Program promises a much better quality of education but is this applicable to every student?
Parents would opt for a better school and sometimes, this option would result in moving their child to more expensive schools. Even with the voucher program, the cost of education inevitably increases. This is tolerable to parents who have an abundant amount of resources.
How about the parents who cannot afford to move the student who wants to take STEM to another school? What will happen to the student? Does he/she need to choose another option that was never his/her choice in the first place?
Yes, there are online curriculum guides that are accessible and downloadable but how can lectures be supported with insufficient amenities?
Does this mean that only students with parents who can afford to put them in expensive schools the ones who can really benefit from this so-called “quality education”?
Educators and students are well-versed of the saying “Education is the key to success.”, but how can the door to success be unlocked if the key is already tarnished?
-by Haira Omanan
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