SDO-M’luyong conducts initial review of education’s blueprint for 2022-2028

Led by Dr. Romela M. Cruz, schools division superintendent, the Schools Division of Mandaluyong City conducts the two-day live-in initial review and critiquing of the Division Education Development Plan (DEDP) for 2023-2028, May 6-7 at the Royal Parc Hotel, Tagaytay City.

The DEDP with a working title “Blueprint” was crafted during the phase 1 and 2 of writeshop held in Tagaytay City and Teachers Camp, Baguio City, respectively.

The six-year plan will focus on addressing the immediate impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on learning and participation, enhancing policies and strategies in improving early reading and numeracy skills in the first key stage and improving access to quality and learner-centered, learning environment and spaces.

The division’s blueprint in education will also strengthen policies and mechanisms for providing access to quality and relevant basic learning opportunities for out-of-school children (OSC) and out-of-school youth (OSY) and OSY; provide an inclusive, effective, culturally responsive, gender-sensitive and safe learning space to respond to the situations of disadvantage; and improve learners and personnel resilience from all forms of natural and human-induced hazards.

Series of interface sessions among SDO officials, key personnel from the Office of the Schools Division Superintendent (OSDS), School Governance and Operations Division (SGOD) and Curriculum Implementation Division (CID), school head representatives and teacher-representatives to discuss measures and plans for the enhancement of strategic human resource management for continuing professional development and opportunities; creation of learning spaces for the future by looking at the broader learning ecosystem beyond the confines of physical classrooms; strengthening public and private collaboration and work more collaboratively under a dynamic and responsive complementarity framework; and modernization of education management systems and processes for efficient service delivery.

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