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TREND OF ENROLLMENT OF

REGION V (BICOL) FROM SY


2002-2003 (GRADE I) TO SY 2011-
2012 (YEAR 4): BASIS FOR
INTERVENTION PROGRAM
EFA
GOALS
CHALLENGE
The DepED ROV is facing
challenges for the next three
years in time of meeting the
EFA Goals by 2015, the
deadline set by the UNESCO

10-POINT BASIC
EDUCATION AGENDA
1) 12-year Basic Education Cycle;
2) Universal Pre-Schooling for All;
3) Madaris Education as a Sub-system within the
Education System;
4) Technical-Vocational Education as an Alternative
Stream in Senior High School;
5) Every Child-A-Reader Program) by Grade I;
6) Science and Math Proficiency;
7) Assistance to Private Schools as Essential
Partners in Basic Education;
8) Medium of Instruction Rationalized;
9) Quality Textbooks; and
10) Covenant with the Local Governments to Build
More Schools.



PREVALENCE
OF
SCHOOL LEAVERS

The prevalence of school leavers among
Grade I has been noted over the past 10-year
basic education cycle. School leaver is the
most common problem of schools.
Interventions to reduce school leavers are
particularly important because the cohort
survival rate decreased remarkably. Schools
are an essential channel for intervention
because they offer access to large numbers
of pupils. Class advisers are the very persons
who should know the whereabouts of pupils.
In time of meeting the Education for All (EFA)
goals and the DepEd ROV targets, there is a
need to conduct an intervention program.
PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS
The elementary completion
rate level is still far from the
EFA target of 81.0 percent by
2015. Likewise, the drop-out
rate is 0.74 percent for the
elementary level and 5.32
percent for secondary level.
Possible reasons were due to
child labor, poverty, health and
sanitation, peace and order,
and other problems in a certain
area.


DepED Region V has
stepped up effort towards
the attainment of the
foregoing, but then it
continues to confront the
challenge of ensuring
greater participation of all
school-aged children,
especially in the secondary
level.
In school year 2011-2012, the net
enrollment rate in elementary
level was 92.30 percent and
49.48 percent in secondary level
which is far below the MDG and
Education for All (EFA) targets.
The cohort survival rate reached
76.78 percent for Grade VI in the
elementary and 73.14 percent for
Year 4 in the secondary level.


THE FIVE (5)
BASIC
QUESTIONS
1. What is the actual
enrolment trend from SY
2002-2003 (Grade I) to SY
2011-2012 (Year 4) along
male enrolment, female
enrolment, and region
total for male and female?


2. What transition grade or
level requires an
intervention program
based from the enrolment
trend?


3. What are the different
intervention programs
suggested by the
division?


4. What are the reasons
why pupils/students
tend to leave the
school?


5. What are the status of
some DepEd Programs
and Projects addressing
the problem on school
leavers?


BRIEF REVIEW
OF
LITERATURE:
A low percentage of
pupils reached
grade six (6) but a
high percentage of
elementary
graduates made it to
high school.
Low survival rates are due
to unstable economic
condition of families, poor
health and nutrition
among the learners, child
labor/employment, lack of
schools, and distance of
schools from the
residence of learners.
Results of the
National
Achievement Test for
elementary and high
school indicate below
average performance
in all subject areas.
School-age population
continues to increase,
but not all children
are in school, and
many children do not
finish basic education.


POLICY
THRUST
FY 2012-2015:

Increase school
participation, completion
and achievement at the
elementary and
secondary levels using all
delivery modalities
available, including the
strengthening of
alternative delivery
modes.

REGIONAL
STRATEGIES/DIRECT
IONS, 2012-2015

Putting pupils and
students in school and
keeping them in school
by reducing high leaver
rate and by providing
them quality
education.



SYNTHESIS:

Based on the regional situational
overview, policy thrust and regional
strategies/directions, it was found
out that the problem on school
leavers must be addressed in order
to come up with an intense
solutions so that the Medium-Term
Development Goal (MDG) and
Education for All (EFA) goals would
be achieved by 2015 as targeted.
To do it, each school in every
division throughout the region
must be evaluated and validated
in terms of the programs of the
department. Enrollment must be
checked because it is one factor
that affects the basic services of
the government due to budget
requirements. Quality education
can be attained if government
funds are utilized properly in the
different programs and projects.
Region
Total
TOTAL
(MF)
MALE FEMALE
School
Year
Actual
Enrollment
School
Leavers
Percentage
Actual
Enrollment
School
Leavers
Percentag
e
Actual
Enrollment
School
Leavers
Percentag
e
GRADE I 2002-2003 187 819 101 311 86 508
28 323 15.08 17 030 16.81 11 350 13.12
GRADE II 2003-2004 159 496 84 281 75 158
8 978 5.63 5 157 6.08 3 841 5.11
GRADE III 2004-2005 150 518 79 124 71 317
14 687 9.76 9 017 11.4 5 727 8.03
GRADE IV 2005-2006 135 831 70 107 65 590
2 761 2.03 2 046 2.92 718 1.09
GRADE V 2006-2007 133 070 68 061 64 872
6766 5.08 3 554 5.22 3 075 4.74
GRADE VI 2007-2008 126 304 64 507 61 797
18 058 14.29 8 967 13.90 9 091 14.71
YEAR I 2008-2009 108 246 55 540 52 706
15 945 14.73 9 919 17.86 6 093 11.56
YEAR II 2009-2010 92 301 45 621 46 613
12 675 13.73 8 009 17.56 4 659 9.99
YEAR III 2010-2011 79 626 37 612 41 954
455 0.57 767 2.03 +274 +0.64
YEAR IV 2011-2012 79 171 36 845 42 228
DIVISION
GRADE I
ENROLLMENT
(SY 2002-2003)
YEAR 4 ENROLLMENT
(SY 2011-2012)
SCHOOL LEAVERS %
Albay 26 580 12 771 13 809 51.95
Camarines Norte 16 724 7 764 8 960 53.57
Camarines Sur 52 414 20 495 31 919 60.89
Catanduanes 8 392 4 924 3 468 41.32
Iriga City 2 699 1 429 1 270 47.05
Legazpi City 4 477 1 689 2 788 62.27
Ligao city 3 473 1 611 1 862 53.61
Masbate City 3 567 1 310 2 257 63.27
Masbate Province 34 621 8 750 25 871 74.72
Naga City 5 003 2 763 2 240 44.77
Sorsogon Province 21 181 10 271 10 910 51.50
Sorsogon City 4 705 2 816 1 889 40.14
Tabaco City 3 983 2 715 1 268 31.83