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Guidelines on Sustaining Special Education at the Elementary Level
The subsidy shall be released directly to the recipient schools with fiscal autonomy or through the schools division offices for those schools without fiscal autonomy pursuant to the provision of the DepEd-Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Joint Circular No. 2004-1 entitled, "The Guidelines on the Direct Release of Funds to Regional Offices and Implementing Units."
The subsidy granted per SPED Center shall be utilized to support the implementation of the following activities of the SPED Program as reflected in the approved School Improvement Plan (SIP): Please see Enclosure No. 1 for the Fund Allocation for SPED Centers.
Upon receipt of the subsidy funds from the DBM, the DepED Budget Division, Finance and Management Service (FMS), Central Office shall immediately issue Sub-Allotment Release Orders (Sub-ARO) to the concerned schools division offices which will administer the implementation of the program.
The Financial and Physical Accomplishment Report on activities undertaken shall be submitted to the Director, Bureau of Elementary Education. Likewise, the basic data on SPED for the current year and the Regional/Division Development Plan/School Improvement Plan citing the activities for the SPED Center for the ensuing year shall be furnished to the same office. Non-compliance shall result in the suspension of subsidy.
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