Speech of President Aquino at the signing of the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013, May 15, 2013
[Inihayag sa Palasyo ng Malacanan, Maynila, noong ika-15 ng Mayo 2013]
The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines invites academic administrators, faculty members, and even future teachers to attend its National Seminar-Workshop on Key Features of the K to 12 Program (Mother Tongue-Based ? Multilingual Education, Spiral Progression Approach, and Standards-based Assessment) on 29-31 May 2013 at the Manila Hotel.
On 19 March 2013, the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Association (COCOPEA), feted Sen. Edgardo J. Angara, who is retiring from the Senate in his own words “on a high note” after successfully shepherding the K to 12 Law.
With the support of CEAP partners, the construction of the CEAP National Office was completed on December 2012. Diwa Learning Systems Inc., Vibal Publishing House Inc., Rex Bookstore Inc., and Phoenix-SIBS Publishing House donated Php 5,000,000 each with Banco De Oro donating Php 1, 500,000. The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing between these partners and CEAP were held in various events.
On 27 December 2012, the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) sponsored a Caucus on CHED Memorandum Order No. 46 s. 2012 attended by experts in Philippine education law and in Philippine accreditation. The Caucus regretted the issuance of the CMO both as an infringement against the academic freedom of higher education and as an ill-advice program for QA in the Philippines.
Over 600 school heads, administrators and faculty gathered at the De La Salle University Yuchengco Auditorium of the CEAP-FAPE Conference on K to 12 Transition on January 21 and 22, 2013. The said conference was organized to address critical issues of the coming K to 12 transition: the labor and legal implications, and the senior high school (SHS) curriculum.
The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines announced on 11 December 2012 that it has entered into a formal agreement with Google in providing free access to Google Apps for Education for all its member-schools. Google Apps for Education is a broad IT solution that CEAP schools can use to bring communication and collaboration tools to the entire academic community for free.
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