56th National Conference of Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs of Elementary Education
The Department of Education (DepEd) through the Bureau of
Elementary Education (BEE) in cooperation with the National Association
of Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs of Elementary Education (NACACEE) will
hold its 56th National Conference on November 14-18, 2011. This will be
held at the Farm Resort, Carpenter Hill, Koronadal City with Region XII
as the host region.
With the theme "Transforming Education Through the Enhanced K to 12 Curriculum," the conference aims to:
update the participants on the status of the K to 12 Curriculum;
recommend policies in support to K to 12 Curriculum implementation;
define the roles and functions of the regions, divisions and schools in the implementation of the K to 12 Curriculum; and
update the participants on the status of implementation of elementary programs and projects, and discuss issues and actions/solutions taken.
The participants to this conference are the thirty four (34) Chiefs and Assistant Chiefs of Elementary Education Divisions (EED) of the regions and the BEE Director III, and selected Education Program Specialists (EPSs). Please see Enclosure No. 1 for the List of Participants and Enclosure No. 2 for the Program of Activities.
Attendance to this activity is on official business. A registration fee of Seven Thousand Pesos (PhP7,000.00) shall be charged to each participant to cover expenses for board and lodging, conference materials, and other related expenses. Travelling expenses and registration fee of BEE participants shall be charged to the BEE Project Funds while those of the field participants shall be charged to local funds subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules and regulations.
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