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DepEd Teachers' Submission of the Quarterly Progress Reports (QPRs) on the 180 Teaching-Learning Days
Any deviation from the 180 teaching-learning days and compensatory action/s taken shall be properly monitored and recorded to figure out the actual number of teaching-learning days lost resulting from intervening events other than those identified and authorized under DepEd Order No. 28, s. 2011.
For this purpose, all regions and divisions are required to submit to the DepEd Central Office a Quarterly Progress Report of Activities which have direct bearing on attaining the 180 teaching-learning days. Enclosed is the Form for the Quarterly Progress Report (QPR).
The National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) shall be the lead office obligated to conduct a field-monitoring and evaluation visits to validate the accuracy and completeness of the QPRs submitted by the regions. It shall also consolidate all Quarterly Progress Reports which will serve as basis for validation visits.
The NEAP shall be assisted by the Personnel and Management Divisions of the Department in the overall monitoring and evaluation of compliance of all regions/divisions to the 180 teaching-learning days.
All expenses such as airfares/land transportation and travel allowance (per diem) relative to monitoring/field validation visits of the monitoring teams from NEAP, Personnel Division and Management Division, shall be charged to the Human Resource Training and Development Fund (HRTDF), Office of the Secretary (OSEC), subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules and regulations.
For more information, please visit the NEAP Office, Dorm D, PSC Building, DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City or contact at telephone nos.: (02) 635-4796 and (02) 633-9455.
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