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Title: Division of Quezon City


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Division of Quezon City
Preparation of the FY 2014 Budget
Phase 1 SETTING DIVISION TARGETS AND
STRATEGIES
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VISION Globally competitive, morally upright
and fully committed learners. MISSION The
Division of City Schools is committed to provide
learners access to excellent basic education and
life-long learning through technologically-driven,
value-laden and fully engaged instruction. GOAL
S AND OBJECTIVES Goal 1. Increased Access to
Basic Education (PROVISION OF ACCESS) General
Objectives Improved enrolment participation
rates in all levels of basic education
systems Improved program resources and the
corresponding program/project indicators Goal 2.
Improved learners performance (QUALITY AND
RELEVANCE OF BASIC EDUCATION) General Objective
Improved performance in the National Achievement
Test Goal 3. Improved Internal Efficiency
(MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES General
Objectives Improved Cohort Survival Rate and
Completion Rate in all levels Decreased Dropout /
Leaver Rate in all levels.
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DIVISION CORE VALUES I-CARES
Integrity Creativity Accountability
Responsibility Excellence Strategic
Partnership

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BASIC INPUTS-PUBLIC SCHOOLS Prep Elementary Secondary Total
No. of Schools (96) 96 46 142
Classes 1080 5109 2806 8,995
Enrolment 26,712 261,616 151,856 440,184
Teacher Items /Mobile 382 6,115 4,529 11,026
Pupil/Student Teacher Ratio 34.96 42.78 33.53 39.92
Classrooms 201 3139 1973 5,313
Pupil/Student Classroom Ratio (1 shift) 132.90 83.34 76.97 82.85
Seats (1 shift)   151,792 92,060 243,852
Pupil/Student Furniture Ratio (1 shift)   1.72 1.65 1.81
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EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA DATA (Source Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
Economic QC is gaining place in the global arena with WB citing QC as one of the richest and cleanest city in the Philippines Large consumer market of 2.9 million people (24 of NCR population) One of the largest sources of manpower in the Philippines Employable human resource 1.67 million Young labor force of almost 1 million QC is an ideal place to put up any legitimate kind of business and livelihood Large employable Population Ages 20-64 1.672 M Ages 31-40 1.0868 M Ages 30 below 0.617M Incidence of poverty is high Resources of schools are depleted Negative effect on Access, quality and Efficiency of the schools
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EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA DATA (Source Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
Economic Land area 16,112 hectares (25 of the land area of Metro Manila) Large tracts of land available for development CD I,III IV) Reasonably priced real estate values Ideal transshipment point between north and south 3,631 Php. Per capita home of the countrys best schools and universities QC is an ideal place to put up any legitimate kind of business and livelihood One of the most strategic and most cost-effective locations for business in the Philippines Families are sources of enrolling children in schools Incidence of poverty is high Resources of schools are depleted Negative effect on Access, quality and Efficiency of the schools
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EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA DATA (Source Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
Social 1/3 (33) of population is less than 15 years old. 34.38 or 997,000 people are youthful people More than 40 of the population is younger than 20 yrs Average age is 24 year20,000 college graduates produced yearly Literacy Rate 98.32 slightly higher than the NCR Families are sources of enrolling children in schools Large dependent population
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EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA DATA (Source Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
Social 239,605 families are informal settlers Densely populated but unevenly distributed most populated is CD II 12.1 of children of ages 5-14 population is working Poverty incidence of 3.8 (NSCB 2009) or 19,397 Families as estimated from the total population of 2,960,627 Families are sources of enrolling children in schools Large dependent population Child labor due to poverty
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EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA DATA (Source Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
Political 4 Congressional Districts 6 Councilors 1 Congressman each 142 barangays Presence of Ordinances to support education Institutionalization of the CDP for QC (Master plan) ECCD support (daycare centers) Good housekeeping of the City Business-Friendly City City-government initiated Low-cost housing project Strong political support from the LSB for quality basic education Strong private-public industry partnerships More business networking Teachers as beneficiaries of city housing projects High population density in CD II

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EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA DATA (Source Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
Ecological- with many large parks integrated in mixed-use communities with expansive lands available for large-scale development with major parks which include La mesa Reserve /Eco Park, Ninoy Aquino Parks Wildlife, QC memorial Circle. Balara Filters Park, UP Arboretum Ideal for high rise green buildings Its large population produce tons upon tons of solid wastes daily, posing threat to the environment Vulnerable to floods, earthquakes

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EXTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA DATA (Source Online) OPPORTUNITIES THREATS
Technological More than 60 business process outsourcing companies All leading telecom providers Top ICT schools in the country More than 450 computer retailers and distributors 6 major television stations Close to 600 internet cafes Entertainment center of the country 28 registered ICT Parks with PEZA Highest concentration of ICT zones in the country which provide educational and employment opportunities Provide improved educational competencies Lower school efficiency unregulated use of ICT (cyber crimes involving students and school-age children)
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INTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA Basic Inputs DATA STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESS
Enrolment Enr (Prep) 26,712 Enr (Elem) 261,616 Enr (Sec) 151,856 Total nr 440,184 Existence of physical and human resources 22 schools are congested
Teachers Prep 369 Elem 6,115 PTR 42.78 Sec 4,529 STR 33.53 ALS 13 Total 11,026 STR 39.92 Strong political support from local and national elected officials for additional teacher items Trained and competent teachers on Policy governance e-Kasi QC, FUSE Good QC teachers become curriculum writers/ speakers, etc. Disproportionate distribution of teachers in 4 CDs
Classrooms Prep 201 Elem 2,950 PCR 83.34 (41) Sec 1,649 STR 76.97 (38) TOTAL 4,800 STR 82.85 (42) CD I,III IV, 1 shift National and local govt partnership in the construction of additional classrooms Disparity in availability of classrooms (in-availability in CD II) No buildable for some congested schools
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INTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA Basic Inputs DATA STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESS
Seats 243,852 11 seatpupil ratio Preventive maintenance not in place
Textbooks 11 textbookpupil ratio
WatSan Facilities Toilet bowls ESPrep ForGirls 1139336 shared 1475 Girls-TBowl Ratio 951 For Boys 886 218 indiv 2183 urin troughs1758 Boys-TBowl Ratio 851 Toilet bowls HS For Girls 54444 shared Girl-TBowl Ratio 1301 For boys 438 145 indiv. 953 urinal troughs Boys-TBowl Ratio 891 At the close of 2012, 240 and 111 toilet bowls had been added constructions in 54 elementary schools and 23 secondary schools, respectively No water supply or not adequate in some schools (Sauyo ES, etc.) Preventive Maintenance and repair not in place Not enough toilet bowls especially for girls
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INTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA Performance Indicators DATA STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESS
Access Indicators AIR 116.32 NER 60.50 GER (ES) 100.93 GER (HS) 96.79 NER (ES) 87.72 NER (HS) 74.69 High enrolment participation of school-going age population High absorptive capacity of schools Physical, and financial resources stretched to the limit 16.32 of enrollees in Kinder Grade 1 are over-aged 0.93 in the elementary are over-aged.
Quality Indicators NAT (GR 3) 46.96 NAT (GR 6) 54.26 NAT (Yr 4) 50.41 Availability of competent teachers More room for improvement Challenge to do better Weak instructional supervision No assessment plan
Efficiency Indicators CSR (ES) 82.01 CSR (HS) 83.60 CompR (ES) 79.10 CompR (HS) 79.11 DOR (ES) 0.47 DOR (HS) 5.62 Institutionalization of Parents Values Seminar Institutionalization of best DORP practices/DORP Journal High dropout rate
on Access, Quality, Efficiency, Governance (both
public and private schools)
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INTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA PI DATA STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESS
Governance EBEIS LIS HRIS e-NGAS Data driven decisions Updated employee records ICT driven communication system for internal efficiency Transparency Technical problems re connectivity System stability and implementation issues
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INTERNAL ANALYSIS MATRIX
AREA Awards and Recognitions DATA STRENGTHS WEAKNESSESS
Regional Sports Regional Palaro Elem Champion Champion in Regional Journalism Presence of seasoned and veteran trainers Talents are pirated
National 2 Metrobank Teacher-Awardees Journalism -do-
International Delegate to the 1st Lego League in Australia Arts competition in HongKong Math Olympiad Deutsch (German) Song Dance Competition-3rd place -do-
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S-O Strategic Options Social marketing to enhance public-private partnership/enhance stakeholders participation to basic education Provide increase access to different kinds of learners (Curriculum modification to enhance/strengthen Technical-Vocational education, special program for the arts, ESEP and Sports curriculum) Public-private partnership to Intensify teachers housing advocacy Capacity building to improve learning outcomes W-O Strategic Options Improve teacher deployment system to address the problem of disparity Use of technology to improve access (ADM/ALS) Media advocacy to Intensify Information and dissemination campaign for ECE and other special programs Technical Assistance to strengthen Instructional Supervision Institutionalize existing PAPs in all school to address efficiency Expand Mentoring and coaching program Capacity building to enhance teachers competence in special programs Improve teachers welfare and well-being Sustain talent pool among teachers
S-T Strategic Options Strengthen career guidance and counselling Program Intensify disaster and waste management program in school Improve schools level of SBM Practice Improve the capacity of school heads in managing resources Institute programs that will enhance schools efficiency W-T Strategic Options Enhance absorptive capacity of schools Enhance teachers capacity to handle and manage large classes Improve and align existing learning materials to special curricula
The SWOT Matrix
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2011 (11-12) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 (16-17) Annual Increase to Meet the Target
ELEMENTARY
Gross/Apparent Intake Rate NCR 121.29 117.03 112.78 108.52 104.26 100 -4.26
  Total 116.32 112.06 107.80 103.55 99.29 100 -3.26
  Male 119.27 115.42 111.56 107.71 103.85 100 -3.85
  Female 113.17 110.54 107.90 105.27 102.63 100 -2.63
Net Intake Rate NCR 62.04 69.63 77.23 84.82 92.41 100 7.59
  Total 60.05 67.64 75.23 84.82 92.41 100 7.99
  Male 58.68 66.94 75.21 83.47 91.74 100 8.26
  Female 61.51 69.21 76.91 84.60 92.30 100 7.70
Gross Enrolment Rate NCR 104.25 105.40 106.55 107.70 108.85 110 1.15
  Total 100.93 102.08 103.23 107.70 108.85 110 1.81
  Male 99.67 101.74 103.80 105.87 107.93 110 2.07
  Female 102.26 103.81 105.36 106.90 108.45 110 1.55
Net Enrolment Rate NCR 90.72 92.57 94.43 96.29 98.14 100 1.86
  Total 87.72 89.58 94.43 96.29 98.14 100 2.46
  Male 85.6 88.48 91.36 94.24 97.12 100 2.88
  Female 89.97 91.98 93.98 95.99 97.99 100 2.01
Cohort Survival Rate NCR 86.26 88.61 89.96 90.00 95.00 98 2.35
  Total 82.01 86.00 88.35 90.70 95.00 98 3.20
  Male 79.11 82.89 86.67 90.44 94.22 98 3.78
  Female 84.76 87.41 90.06 92.70 95.35 98 2.65
Completion Rate NCR 83.06 85.45 87.84 90.22 92.00 95 2.39
  Total 79.12 81.51 83.90 86.28 88.67 95 3.18
  Male 78.00 81.40 84.80 88.20 91.60 95 3.40
  Female 82.56 85.05 87.54 90.02 92.51 95 2.49
School Leaver Rate NCR 2.93 2.35 1.76 1.17 0.59 0 -0.59
  Total 3.70 3.00 1.75 1.16 0.58 0 -0.74
  Male 4.85 3.88 2.91 1.94 0.97 0 -0.97
  Female 3.06 2.45 1.84 1.22 0.61 0 -0.61
No. of Dropouts Total 1328 1062 797 531 266 0 -265.60
  Male 813 650 488 325 163 0 -162.60
  Female 425 340 255 170 85 0 -85.00
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2011 (11-12) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 (16-17)
National Achievement Test TOTAL-NCR 45.17 51.14 57.10 63.07 69.03 75
Grade 3 Total-QC 46.96 52.67 58.63 64.60 70.56 75.5
    59.13          
  NCR-Reading English 42.80 49.24 55.68 62.12 68.56 75
  QC-Reading English 44.41 50.63 56.85 63.06 69.28 75.5
               
  NCR-Reading Filipino 50.68 55.54 60.41 65.27 70.14 75
  QC-Reading Filipino 52.20 56.86 61.52 66.18 70.84 75.5
               
  NCR-English Grammar 42.07 48.66 55.24 61.83 68.41 75
  QC-English Grammar 44.66 50.83 57.00 63.16 69.33 75.5
               
  NCR-Filipino Grammar 48.25 53.60 58.95 64.30 69.65 75
  QC-Filipino Grammar 49.45 54.66 59.87 65.08 70.29 75.5
               
  NCR-Science 42.44 48.95 55.46 61.98 68.49 75
  QC-Science 44.23 50.48 56.74 62.99 69.25 75.5
               
  NCR-Math 43.75 50.00 56.25 62.50 68.75 75
  QC-Math 45.98 51.88 57.79 63.69 69.60 75.5
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2011 (11-12) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 (16-17) Annual Increase to Meet the Target
National Achievement Test NCR - Total Test 57.08 60.66 64.25 67.83 71.42 75 3.58
  QC - Total Test 54.26 58.51 62.76 67.83 72.08 75.5 4.25
    58.33            
  Eng-NCR 56.80 60.44 64.08 67.72 71.36 75 3.64
Grade 6 English-QC 54.95 59.06 63.17 67.72 71.83 75.5 4.11
                 
  Math-NCR 51.99 56.59 61.19 65.80 70.40 75 4.60
  Math-QC 47.99 53.49 58.99 65.80 71.30 75.5 5.50
                 
  Science-NCR 56.63 60.30 63.98 67.65 71.33 75 3.67
  Science-QC 53.65 58.02 62.39 67.65 72.02 75.5 4.37
                 
  Filipino-NCR 64.61 66.69 68.77 70.84 72.92 75 2.08
  Filipino-QC 63.05 65.54 68.03 70.84 73.33 75.5 2.49
                 
  HEKASI-NCR 55.38 59.30 63.23 67.15 71.08 75 3.92
  HEKASI-QC 51.66 56.43 61.20 67.15 71.92 75.5 4.77
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2011 (11-12) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 (16-17) Annual Increase to Meet the Target
SECONDARY
Gross Enrolment Rate NCR 98.43 98.74 99.06 99.37 99.69 100 0.31
  QC 96.79 97.10 97.42 97.73 98.05 100 0.64
  Male 95.3 96.24 97.18 98.12 99.06 100 0.94
  Female 98.3 98.64 98.98 99.32 99.66 100 0.34
Net Enrolment Rate NCR 78.00 81.00 84.00 87.00 90.00 93 3.00
  Total 74.69 77.69 84.00 87.00 90.00 93 3.66
  Male 71.16 75.53 79.90 84.26 88.63 93 4.37
  Female 78.30 81.24 84.18 87.12 90.06 93 2.94
Cohort Survival Rate NCR 84.47 85.58 86.68 87.79 89.00 90 1.11
  Total 83.60 84.71 86.00 87.11 88.21 90 1.28
  Male 80.18 82.14 84.11 86.07 88.04 90 1.96
  Female 87.04 87.63 88.22 88.82 89.41 90 0.59
Completion Rate NCR 79.80 81.26 83.45 85.63 86.00 90 2.04
  Total 79.11 81.15 83.19 85.63 87.67 90 2.18
  Male 74.95 77.96 80.97 83.98 86.99 90 3.01
  Female 83.27 84.72 86.16 87.61 89.05 90.5 1.45
School Leaver Rate NCR 5.77 4.91 4.06 3.21 2.00 1.5 -0.85
  Total 6.01 5.16 4.30 3.45 2.59 1.5 -0.90
  Male 7.41 6.23 5.05 3.86 2.68 1.5 -1.18
  Female 4.59 3.97 3.35 2.74 2.12 1.5 -0.62
No. of Dropouts Total 8520 6816 5112 3408 1704 0 -1704.00
  Male 5489 4391 3293 2196 1098 0 -1097.80
  Female 3031 2425 1819 1212 606 0 -606.20
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 2011 (11-12) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 (16-17) Annual Increase to Meet the Target
National Achievement Test NCR 49.32 54.46 59.59 64.73 69.86 75 5.14
  QC 50.41 55.43 60.45 65.46 70.48 75.5 5.02
    49.01            
Fourth Year NCR-English 36.58 44.26 51.95 59.63 67.32 75 7.68
  QC-English 38.57 45.96 53.34 60.73 68.11 75.5 7.39
                 
  NCR-Math 67.09 68.67 70.25 71.84 73.42 75 1.58
  QC-Math 67.66 69.23 70.80 72.36 73.93 75.5 1.57
                 
  NCR-Science 39.14 46.31 53.48 60.66 67.83 75 7.17
  QC-Science 40.42 47.44 54.45 61.47 68.48 75.5 7.02
                 
  NCR-Filipino 53.13 57.50 61.88 66.25 70.63 75 4.37
  QC-Filipino 53.25 57.70 62.15 66.60 71.05 75.5 4.45
                 
  NCR-AP 53.20 57.56 61.92 66.28 70.64 75 4.36
  QC-AP 54.92 59.04 63.15 67.27 71.38 75.5 4.12
                 
  NCR-C Thinking 50.53 55.42 60.32 65.21 70.11 75 4.89
  QC-C Thinking 50.70 55.66 60.62 65.58 70.54 75.5 4.96
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Situational Analysis
Priority Areas Data Target Strategies PPAs
ACESS Congested schools in CD II Inadequate WATSAN facilities 22 elementary and secondary schools are congested Student-Tbowl Ratio 1011 Pupil-Tbowl Ratio 741 Decongest 22 schools 50 out of 142 schools will have adequate TBowls Use of Technology Rationalize the assignment of teachers Enhance enrolment in SPA, ESEP in CD I, III, IV Social Marketing Develop online learning system for ALS and ADM Procure online learning system infrastructure Capacity building for online ALS/ADM personnel Pilot implementation of online ALS/ADM Procure interactive software to augment MISOSA Assign old vacant items to special program teachers (ALS, SPED, Madrasah, etc.) Transfer old vacant teacher items in CD I, III IV to CD II Encourage and assist schools like Quirino HS, QCHS E Rondon HS in establishing SPA and ESEP Conduct counselling and information dissemination program to grade six pupils in CD II schools to encourage them to enrol in schools offering SPA and ESEP Make representation with the LSB for the construction of WATSAN Look for establish partner ship with private entity whose advocacy is health and sanitation
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Situational Analysis
Priority Areas Data Target Strategies PPAs
QUALITY NAT results below mastery level GR 3 46.96 GR 6 54.26 Yr 4 50.41 Increase NAT MPS to GR3 60.98 GR6 64.63 Yr4 62.71 Provide technical assistance to strengthen instructional supervision Enhance teachers competence and commitment Improve and align existing learning materials to special curricula Train teachers on mentoring and coaching Require supervisors , school heads and head teachers to conduct instructional supervision to at least 3 times per week. Require schools to conduct inset which is focused on the TSNA and NAT results Mock NAT administration and analysis Train teachers on strategies for teaching least mastered competencies Conduct TIP to all teachers Teachers academy Conduct workshop on the development of NAT parallel test bank Conduct workshop on the development of modules
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Situational Analysis
Priority Areas Data Target Strategies PPAs
EFFICIENCY High drop-out Rate High incidence of malnutrition .47 Elem 5.62 HS 12,501 pupils are severely wasted Decrease drop-out rate by .25 in Elem and 2 in HS Reduce severely wasted pupils by 35 Strengthen guidance and counselling program Institutionalize PAP,s Institute programs that will enhance schools efficiency Improve the well-being of pupils Orient and train the guidance counsellors and guidance teachers on the different modalities of preventing/reducing drop-out Train teachers on effective classroom management Conduct search for best school DORP and provide yearly budget to this activity Harmonize GAM, PEPT and ALS A E implementation Implement health and nutrition programs in schools such as Feeding program Quarterly dental and medical check-up Deworming Gulayan sa paaralan
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Situational Analysis
Priority Areas Data Target Strategies PPAs
GOVERNANCE 142 SH 142 SH Enhance capacity of school heads in managing school resources Improve schools level of SBM Practice Intensify disaster and waste management program in school Improve teachers welfare and well-being Enhance internal efficiency Principals academy Policy Governance for education/Temasek Close monitoring and evaluation of SBM implementation/SBM Level of Practice SBM Grant Quarterly conduct of disaster management training Housing committee to screen qualified teacher beneficiaries of socialized housing ICT supported systems and processes for internal efficiency
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Proposed FY 2014 Budget
  • DIVISION OF QUEZON CITY

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Total P 4,472,918,704
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COMPARISON, CY 2013 2014 BUDGETS

CY 2013 CY 2014 INCREASE
PS 4,112,033,000 4,154,199,561 42,166,561
MOOE 360,885,704 360,885,704 -
TOTAL 4,472,918,704 4,515,085,265 42,166,561
increase 0.94 of CY 2013 budget
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Programs, Projects, Activities (PPAs)
Support to Special Science Elementary Schools . . . . . Php 736,859.00
Support to Regional Science High School . . . . . . . . . .   3,666,000.00
Support to Special Program for the Arts . . . . . . . . . . . .   500,000.00
Support for SPED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   9,882,000.00
Support for ALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   10,983,257.00
MADRASAH Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   3,272,000.00
SBM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   1,341,837.00
Health Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   4,387,300.00
Engineering and Science Education Program . . . . . . .   963,535.00
Alternative Delivery Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   389,300.00
Support to Multi-Grade Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   29,758,764.00
TOTAL _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Php 65,880,852.00
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  • THE BEST WAY TO PREDICT THE FUTURE IS TO CREATE
    IT
  • -Peter Drucker

The Division Planning Team Dr. Corazon C.
Rubio, CESO VI Schools Division
Superintendent Dr. Betty C. Cavo Asst. Schools
Div. Superintendent Engr. Araceli T.
Liwanagan Supervising Educ. Program
Specialist Ms. Cecil Diaz Budget Officer Mr.
Juan C. Obierna Public Schools District
Supervisor
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