Issue of November 24, 2019
     
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Enrolment in Baguio drops by 2 percent
by PIO release

The Department of Education-Division of City Schools reported the enrolment in the public and private elementary and high schools in the city dropped by two percent compared to the enrollment data gathered by the agency last year.

City Schools Division Superintendent Marie Carolyn Verano said there are 56,658 enrollees in the 35 public elementary and 22 high schools in the different parts of the city while there are 35,246 enrollees in various private elementary and high schools in the city for school year 2019-2020.

She said the decrease in the enrolment in both the public and private education institutions in the city reflects the reported decrease in the population among the young population due to the change in the generations of people living in the city.

She said that while there was a slight drop in the enrolment in the public and private basic education institutions in the city for the current year, there was an increase in the number of classrooms provided by the government’s investments on the construction of school buildings and classrooms in the different parts of the country to help decongest heavily populated schools to provide a conducive learning environment for the youth.

The government embarked on strengthening its existing strategies in teaching the Math and Science subjects to the pupils and students in the basic education program to ensure graduates are ready to confront the realities in life where Math and Science are needed, both subjects having been identified by education experts.


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