470 Education Planning Officers Meet

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470 Education Planning Officers Meet


By Merlina Hernando-Malipot

Planning officers and research specialists of the Department of Education (DepEd) gathered to strategize for better education outcomes and deliver quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education to all Filipino learners.

A total of 470 Planning Officers, Senior Education Program Specialists for Planning and Research, and other officials from the various regions and schools divisions of the DepEd pledged to "continuously and actively take part in strategizing, researching, and harmonizing programs and policies towards the delivery of quality, accessible, relevant, and liberating basic education" after participating in the DepEd National Planning Conference (NPC) 2018 held in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental recently.

Speaking on behalf of Secretary Leonor Briones, DepEd Undersecretary and Chief of Staff Nepomuceno Malaluan said that next to the teachers, the planning personnel and officers "make the crucial part of the backbone" of the DepEd.

Malaluan also shared the two-year journey of the Briones administration, as well as the strategic issues on access and quality, and the public's feedback on DepEd's performance. He also discussed the Sustainable Development Goals and Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022.

With the theme, "Achieving Basic Education Goals through Harmonized Policies and Programs, and Results-Based Participatory Planning," the third NPC oriented the participants on the upcoming polices and systems in the Department, and deepened their understanding of results-based planning, management, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E).

The members of the DepEd Executive Committee delivered updates on their respective fields including Undersecretary Annalyn Sevilla, who tackled the education budget performance and delivery challenges; Undersecretary Alain Del Pascua, who discussed the future of digital education, and presented the five-year master plan of his office dubbed as Saligan 2022+; Undersecretary Lorna Dig-Dino who delivered policy updates on curriculum and instruction; Undersecretary Josephine Maribojoc who presented the Department's Legal Affairs; and Assistant Secretary Ramon Fiel Abcede who gave updates on procurement policy and implementation. …

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