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The ADMs address the learning needs of the marginalized students and those learners at risk of dropping out in order to help them overcome social and economic constraints in their schooling. With these ADMs, the schools are then more flexible in accommodating children with diverse socio-cultural and economic backgrounds.
Under the Fiscal Year (FY)2011 General Appropriations Act (GAA),Two Hundred Million Pesos (PhP200,000,000.00) shall be utilized for the implementation of ADMs both at the elementary and secondary levels. The Seventy Five Percent (75%) of this amount or One Hundred Fifty Million Pesos shall be allocated for the implementation of MISOSA, e-IMPACT and Multigrade Program in the Philippine Education (MPPE) while the Twenty Five Percent (25%) or Fifty Million Pesos (PhP50,000,000.00) shall be allocated for the implementation of DORP.
All project activities are subject to the provisions of Republic Act (R.A.) No. 9184, entitled "Government Procurement Reform Act and Its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR.)
The specific guidelines on the utilization of funds for ADMs are contained in the enclosures enumerated below:
- Work Plan for the Implementation of the e-IMPACT System
- Work Plan on MISOSA and MPPE for 2011
- Guidelines on the Utilization of the Downloaded Funds for the Implementation of MISOSA
- Guidelines on the Utilization of ADM Funds for the Secondary Level for FY 2011
- Guidelines on the Utilization of ADM Funds for Progress Monitoring and Evaluation (PME)
- Work Plan on ADMs at the Secondary Level for FY 2011
- Guidelines on the Conduct of CFSS-ADMs Regional and Division Training at the Secondary Level
Immediate dissemination is desired.