Basic Education Development Plan (BEDP) 2030 – Alapan 1 Elementary School
Bureau and Service Directors
Schools Division Superintendents
School Heads in Public and Private Schools
All Others Concerned
- The Department of Education (DepEd) adopts the enclosed Basic Education Development Plan (BEDP) 2030 as the medium-term plan for the DepEd covering all formal education from Kindergarten (K), Elementary, Junior High School (JHS), to Senior High School (SHS), as well as nonformal education through the Alternative Learning System (ALS). This BEDP has been developed through a highly participatory and consultative process that considered the views and priorities of all stakeholders in the education sector.
- The BEDP 2030 is rooted in DepEd aspirations and priorities, national government development agenda, international commitments, and global trends in education adapted to the Philippine context. It describes linkages to the relevant agencies in the early childhood, higher, and technical and vocational education sectors. It is anchored on the goal of the Department that all Filipinos can realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to a cohesive nation through the protection and promotion of the right to education.
- More specifically, the BEDP 2030 aims to
- serve as blueprint for DepEd in the next decade m formulating, implementing, coordinating, monitoring, evaluating, and supervising policies, plan s, programs, and projects in the areas of formal and nonformal basic education;
- provide a strategic roadmap for the Department to follow to improve the delivery and quality of basic education and the experience of learners in the basic education learning environment; and
- address the immediate impacts of pandemic on learning and participation, addressing learning loss while deepening learning gains; close the remaining access gaps; confront the issue on education quality; and anticipate the future of education and introduce innovations in fostering resiliency and embedding the rights of children and the youth in education.
- All DepEd offices and units in all governance levels shall align their policies, plans, and programs with the BEDP 2030.
- The BEDP shall be a living document, serving as a guide to all DepEd units and offices in their operational programming, and subject to the continuing review and emerging priorities of the incoming DepEd leadership.
- This Order shall take effect immediately upon its approval, issuance, and publication online at www.deped.gov.ph. Its certified copies shall be filed with the University of the Philippines Law Center-Office of the National Administrative Register (UPLC-ONAR), UP Diliman, Quezon City.
- For more information, please contact the Planning Service-Planning and Programming Division, 2nd Floor, Alonzo Building, Department of Education Central Office, DepEd Complex , Meralco Ave n u e, Pasig City through email at email@example.com. ph or at telephone number (02) 863 3 -7 216 .
- Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.
(Source: Basic Education Development Plan 2030, click here)
Download: Basic Educational Development Plan 2030
Ang pagbibigay buhay sa kwentong ito ay bahagi ng mas pinalawak na pagtuturo ng Alapan 1 Elementary School. Ginagamit ang ganitong pamamaraan bilang kampanya na bahagi ng BaBiBu at Sulong EduKalidad ng Kagawaran ng Edukasyon at Dibisyon ng Lungsod ng Imus.
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Perhaps the most pressing challenges the school faces are that of ensuring that all learners become competent readers. Learners who experienced problems in reading quickly fall behind their more skilled classmates in their ability to decode and comprehend text. The initiative is in response to the rapidly changing learning environment of present and future learners and will introduce aggressive reforms to globalize the quality of basic education in the Philippines.
“We always remind ourselves that our constitutional mandate to provide every Filipino not only access to education but to basic quality education. We have realized that we are facing the reality that we still have much to do in responding to the constitutional mandate as far as quality education is concerned,” Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones explained.