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DepEd-5 highlights student success in the learning recovery program.
The 8-Week Learning Recovery Curriculum has been implemented in Bicol, and the department of education there (DepEd-5) has seen a noticeable increase in the performance of the identified early-grade students who have undergone a series of remediation and catch-up exercises (LRC).
Gilbert Sadsad, the director of DepEd-5, said in a statement on Tuesday that the regional office had completed the program’s post-assessment and evaluation in October and had provided the preliminary findings.
According to the preliminary data, some pupils improved after the program was put into place in terms of their fundamental literacy and numeracy abilities.
“Last October, we did a post-assessment to learn how our students performed during the implementation of the 8-Week LRC. The 13 school division offices’ filed data revealed a considerable rise in the number of children whose fundamental reading and numeracy abilities have improved as a result of participating in a number of remedial activities as part of the 8-Week LRC, according to Sadsad.
Grace Rabelas, the DepEd-5 education program supervisor, highlighted improvements in the reading profiles of children identified as full refreshers from the previous school year based on the findings of the post-assessment.
After participating in a number of remediation and catch-up exercises, Rabelais claimed that the number of full refresher students in both Grades 2 and 3 has drastically decreased.
She added that compared to the examination from the previous year, more pupils are now regarded as grade-ready.
“Since the 8-Week LRC was implemented, there are currently 33.26 percent more grade-ready students in Grade 2 (Mother Tongue) than there was last year when they were in Grade 1—an increase of 18.04 percent. Following the adoption of the 8-Week Learning Recovery Curriculum, the number of students who are Grade Ready in Filipino (Grade 3) has increased by 17.82 percent, from 24.98 percent last year when they were still in Grade 2 to 42.8 percent this school year while they are in Grade 3.
The Comprehensive Rapid Literacy Exam (CRLA), a reading assessment created to assist instructors in swiftly determining the reading profiles of their Grades 1-3 learners and developing effective reading teaching techniques, was used for the program’s initial assessment and evaluation.
The 8-Week LRC, an intervention created for these children, particularly those who have acquired learning losses as a result of the epidemic, was implemented with the participation of almost 400,000 students who received the CRLA.
At the height of the program’s rollout, schools temporarily shelved plans to complete the entire Grades 1–3 curriculum in favor of concentrating on helping students build their core reading and math skills.
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