With the new K to 12 curriculum in the Philippines, various tracks are now offered in the last two years of basic education. The various options available obviously make it possible for students to find themselves later unprepared for the courses they decide to take in college.
Luistro said the K-12 program will allow specializations in science and technology, music and arts, agriculture and fisheries, sports, business and entrepreneurship and subjects for advanced placements. Luistro said the K-12 program will not sidetrack efforts addressing shortages of lack of classrooms, textbooks, teachers and other facilities.
WHAT IS K-12 PROGRAM? The K to 12 Program covers Kindergarten and 12 years of basic education (six years of primary education, four years of Junior High School, and two years of Senior High School (SHS)) to provide sufficient time for mastery of concepts and skills, develop lifelong learners, and prepare graduates for tertiary education, middle-level skills development, employment, and.
Ang kahalagahan ng K-12 sa mga kabataan. Noon lamang 2012 naipasatupad ang K-12 program na isinabatas ng ating dating Pangulong Aquino. Nais niyang maging maayos ang pagpapatakbo ng sistema ng edukasyon sa pilipinas. Kung kayat isinabatas niya ito na maaaring makatulong sa mga kabataan.
K-12 is not, and will never be, the solution to the problems of the Philippines. There is such a shortcoming when the main development programs of a country are based on globalization. It hinders the country's internal advancement because it always seeks the approval of other countries.
ABSTRAK: Isa sa mga karapatan ng mamamayang Pilipino ay ang karapatan sa edukasyon. Ang karapatang makapag-aral ay hindi lamang umiikot sa mga taon kung saan ginugugol ng isang mag-aaral ang kanyang oras sa pagbasa at pagsulat, higit dito ay ang.
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Despite five petitions having been filed at the Supreme Court to prevent the implementation of K-12, the Department of Education (DepEd) is certain that the new curriculum—which covers Kindergarten, six years of Primary Education, four years of Junior High School, and two years of Senior High School—will enhance the quality of education in the Philippines, and they are equally confident.