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Employing 11.5K teachers by 2022: DepEd

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The Department of Education (DepEd) reported Sunday that a total of 11,580 teachers were hired and 5,000 administrative officer positions were created to relieve teachers of administrative responsibilities.

15,331 teachers and school administrators earned graduation scholarships, according to the DepEd’s year-end success report, which was submitted to Malacaang. Meanwhile, 17,636 people received training in early-grade language literacy.

31 700 instructors underwent the Teacher Induction Program, and a total of 161,700 teachers finished the National Educators’ Academy of the Philippines’ (NEAP) subsidized teaching courses.

NEAP, a DepEd-affiliated agency, is in charge of planning, creating, and delivering professional development for educators, school administrators, and other people who work in the teaching profession.

The National Learning Recovery Plan was also created by the DepEd to help regions, divisions, and schools address learning deficits brought on by pandemic-related interruptions.

According to the Department of Education, the proposed policy is based on learning remediation and intervention, professional development, health, safety, and mental wellness.

A learning support center will be established in schools and community-based learning spaces, summer learning remediation and intervention programs will be carried out, and more learning support assistants will be hired, according to DepEd Assistant Secretary Ruby Torio.

The country’s future depends on the education of its youngsters, according to President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr., hence it is crucial to support teachers and refrain from “scrimping on the amount” spent on it.

Marcos stated that the DepEd has been actively striving to improve the Philippine education system so that Filipino children will be prepared wherever they go at a September meeting with the Filipino community in New York.

He has stated in a number of speeches that the Philippines has to perform better in STEM courses.

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