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Guidelines on the Utilization of ADM Funds for the Secondary Level for FY 2011...

The Utilization of ADM Funds at the secondary level shall be guided by the ADM Conceptual Framework below to ensure alignment of activities with the goals of Philippine Education For All (EFA) 2015 as complemented by Millennium Development Goals 2015. Details about the program are provided in the BSE website:



Functional Literacy
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Policy Support

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Monitoring and Evaluation


ADM Conceptual Framework

All regions are enjoined to fully mainstream the ADM programs in the regular schools to decrease dropout rate and increase participation rate. All secondary schools are encouraged to organized their school DORP team. The composition of the DORP team is as follows:
  • School Head
  • Class Adviser
  • Guidance Counselor
  • PTA Representative
  • Student's Representative
  • LGU Representative
Out-of-school youth and adults (OSYIA) shall be covered by the Bureau of Alternative Learning System (HALS). However, the OSYIA who opt to be mainstreamed to the formal basic education shall not be denied access to the program.

For FY 2011, each Region shall receive a start-up fund in the amount of Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Pesos (PhP250,000.00) through a Sub-Allotment Release Order (Sub-ARO) for the reproduction and distribution of ADM materials (materials such as modules maybe downloaded from the BSE website: www.bse.ph). Additional allocation shall be transferred before the beginning of the second semester and end of the school year as sustainability funds. These sustainability funds shall depend on the number of OHSP enrollees and identified studenbat-risk of dropping out (SARDOs) per division.

The sustainability funds shall be disbursed by the region to ensure that each division under its jurisdiction shall put up livelihood education projects and other measures that will address the needs of learners.

The regions shall submit a report addressed to the Director of the Bureau of Secondary Education (B SE). The report shall include the following:
  • Date when the fund transfer was received
  • Date when the team convened to deliberate on the disbursement of the funds 
  • Action taken to fast track the reproduction and distribution of the modules and handbooks and other concrete steps conducted to sustain the program
  • List of recipient schools that received the materials and other advocacy materials
  • Proof that these materials and other advocacy materials were received by the schools
  • Number of students using the ADM materials
  • Number of beneficiaries, i.e. SARDOs and OHSP learners
The report signed by the Regional Director shall be submitted to these e-mail addresses: save_sardo@yahoo.com; bse.deped@yahoo.com or 222.126.126.21 1 or to the Director, Bureau of Secondary Education. 3rd Flor, Bonifacio Building, DepEd Complex, Meralco Avenue, Pasig City.

The deadline for the submission of the liquidation report is one month after the disbursement of funds to give ample time for the reproduction and distribution of Distance Learning Materials, Handbooks and other Advocacy Materials.

Should the Regional DORP team fail to disburse the transferred amount for any reason, the succeeding fund transfer will not be granted until such time when the required report shall have been complied with.

View the complete list of Policy Guidelines on the Utilization of Funds for Alternative Delivery Modes (ADMs) in Formal Basic Education.
 

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