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Guidelines for the Selection of New SPED Scholars

1.  The Regional Integrated Scholarship Committee (RISC) shall screen and identify the new teacher-grantees to be considered in the program following a set of criteria.
2.  The RISC submits the list of scholars to the Special Education Division, Bureau of Elementary Education on or before March 22, 2013.

3.  The following are the criteria for the selection of nominees for the training/scholarship:
  • A bachelor's degree holder related to the area of scholarship with a grade point average of not lower than 2.0/B/85
  • Has been a teacher for at least three years under permanent status with a performance rating of at least Very Satisfactory (VS)
  • Not older than 45 years of age
  • Has no pending administrative case and/or criminal record
  • Has been certified by a government physician to be physically and mentally fit and not pregnant during the scholarship period
  • Has not availed of any scholarship/training program for at least two (2) years
  • Possesses leadership potential, facilitation skills, positive attitude to mentor or coach other teachers in his/her school/ division
  • Can communicate effectively in English
  • Can develop and implement relevant re-entry plan
  • Must have a list of prospective clientele for the organization of a class right after the training
4.  The documents/pertinent papers to be submitted by the nominees for the Regional Integrated Scholarship Committees are as follows:
  • CSC Form 212 (Personal Data Sheet) with 2 X 2 recent photo duly certified by the administrative officer
  • Certified photocopy of the transcript of records
  • Form 86 (Health Certificate) from an accredited government hospital
  • Service Record
  • Endorsement from the Superintendent
  • Duly accomplished and notarized scholarship contract between the scholar and the principal, Schools Division Superintendent and the Regional Director to guarantee the implementation of the re-entry plan
  • list of prospective clientele
5.  Selected scholars will be informed through the regional offices.

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