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Educ Act 1982 Summary

Educ.Act 1982




Transcript of Batas Pambansa 232 III. Educational Systems Elementary Education Secondary Education Tertiary Tertiary Education "Education Act of 1982" Batas Pambansa Blg. 232 SECTION 2: This act shall apply to and go vern both formal and non formal systems in public an d private schools in all levels of the entire educational educa tional system . !EC"#$#TION O% &#SIC 'O"IC( ) It is the policy of the State to establish and maintain a complete* ade+uate ade +uate and integrated system of education relevant to the goals of national development. ,. #chieve an accelerating rate of economic development and social progress. 2. #ssure ma-imum participation of all people in the attainment and enoyment of such gro/th. 0. #chieve and strengthen national unity and consciousness. 'reserve* develop and promote desirable cultural* moral and spiritual values in a chang ing /orld. !EC"#$#TION O% O&1ECTIES ) #ims to provide for a broad general education that /ill assist each individual to... #. #ttain his potentials as a human being &. Enhance the range of +uality and individual and group participation in the basic functions of society C. #c+uire the essential educational foundation of his development into a productive and versatile citi3en. ) Train the nation4s manpo/er in the middlelevel s5ills re+uired for national development n act providing for th stablishmnt and maintnanc of an !ntgratd sstm of ducation. #"" E!6C#TION#" INSTIT6TION S7#"" Inculcate love of country Teach Teach the duties of citi3enship !evelop moral character  'ersonal discipline Scientific* technological and vocational efficiency %urthermore* the educational system shall reach out to educationally deprived communities II. The Educational Community !EC"#$#TION O% 'O"IC( #N! O&1ECTIES ) %oster a spirit of shared purposes and cooperation co operation among the members and elements e lements of the educational community* and bet/een the community and an d other sectors of society. !E%INITION #N! COE$#8E 9 Educational Community9 T7E E&E$S #N! E"EENTS O% T7E E!6C#TION#" E!6C#TION#" CO6NIT( 'arents Students School 'ersonnel I. 8ENE$#" '$OISIONS Elementary Education ) 'rovide basic 5no/ledge and develop the s5ills* attitude* and values Secondary Education ) Continue the obectives of elementary education ) !iscover and enhance different aptitudes and interests of students ) 'repare them for tertiary education Tertiary Education ) 8eneral education program that /ill promote national identity* cultural consciousness* moral integrity and spiritual vigor  ) !evelop professionals that /ill provide leadership for the nation )oreover* the state shall ,. #id and support the natural right and duty of parents in the rearing of the youth through educational system. 2. 'romote and safeguard /elfare and interests of the students 0. 'romote the social and economic status of all school personnel* uphold their rights* define the ir obligations* and improve their living and /or5ing conditions ;. E-tend support to promote the viability of those institutions through /hich parents* students* and school  personnel see5 to attain their educational goals. ) Teaching or academic staff  ) School administrators ) #cademic non teaching personnel ) Non academic personnel CO6NIT( '#$TICI'#TION ) 'rovide for the establishment of appropriate bodies through /hich the members of the educational community may discuss relevant issues and communicate information and suggestions $ights of 'arents ,.The rights to organi3e by themselves and days from re+uest. ?. 'ublish a student ne/spaper and similar publications* as /ell as the right to invite resource persons during assemblies* symposium* and other activities of similar nature. @. The right to free e-pression of opinions and suggestions and to effective channels of communication /ith appropriate academic and administrative bodies of the school or institution. A. The right to form* establish* oin and participate in organi3ation and societies recogni3ed by the school to foster their intellectual* cultural* intellectual and physical gro/th and dev elopment* or to form* establish* oin and maintain organi3ations and societies and for purposes not contrary to la/. B. The right to be free from involuntary contributions* e-cept those approved by their o/n organi3ations or  societies. $ights of school personnel ,. The rights to free e-pression of opinion and suggestions. 2. The rights to be provided /ith free legal services by appropriate government office in case of public school personnel and through the school authorities concerned in the case of private school personnel. 0. The right to establish* oin and maintain labor organi3ations of their choice to promote their /elfare and defend their interests. ;. The right to be free from involuntary contributions e-cept those imposed by their o/n organi3ations. Special rights and