Essay About Philippine Education

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Lorenz Albert V. Carin Jamailah E. Umilda E1A Introduction A Comparative Analysis of Komakad (Filione) Content Taught on De La Salle Lipa College and De La Salle Lipa Senior High School The only permanent thing in the world is change. Even educational system changes. In Pre-Spanish time, education was informal. There was no room for studying. Boys were taught how to look for food and their needs by their father and girls were taught how to do household chores by their mother. They used their own alphabet called Alibata to read and write. It was composed of 17 symbols which represents the letters of the alphabet. When the Spanish conquered Philippines, education became formal. Schools from primary level to tertiary level were established by the Religious orders. Because schools were established by religious orders, it focused in Christianity and Christian Doctrines. Many changes happened when American occupied Philippines for 45 years. Free education in all public schools was given by Commonwealth. At that time, the importance of nationalism, the life of Filipino heroes, good manners and discipline were being taught. To recognize the…show more content…
One of the changes that happened in the Philippines is the implementation of the new curriculum called K-12 as a replacement in Philippine Basic Education Curriculum. This is the big transformation in the educational system in the Philippines which was proposed by the Department of Education (DepEd). This is the new curriculum or K-12. It simply means Kindergarten to Grade 12. Before the new curriculum, our country was implementing a ten year basic education with six years of education in elementary and four years in secondary level. Under the new program, there will be thirteen years of education with kindergarten, six years of elementary education, four years in Junior High School and two years in Senior High
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