Issue of March 10, 2019
     
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DepEd bares sched of ALS intervention
by Daniel B. Codamon / PIA

LAGAWE, Ifugao – Interventions for the Alternative Learning System (ALS) for 2019-2020 will start on June 3 to give time for the Department of Education to conduct activities related to the rollout of the ALS K to 12 basic education curriculum.

Provincial ALS Coordinator Arsenio Yongoyong said the memorandum circular issued by DepEd Sec. Leonor Briones indicated the activities that must be done before the intervention starts.

These are literacy mapping from February to May, learning intervention for the 2018 learners in preparation for the 2018 Accreditation and Equivalency Test, training on the use of ALS K to 12 basic education curriculum and new ALS assessment form, and informal education training and life skills training for ALS teachers from March to May.

The DepEd will download funds for the training on the use of the ALS K to 12 basic education.

However, contracting of service providers and the implementation of ALS program through the Balik Paaralan Para sa Out-of-School Adults (BP-OSA) will be suspended except in regions with ongoing BP-OSA, until the DepEd issues a policy in the new financial model for contracting service.

ALS is the former Non-Formal Education Bureau of the DepEd that now covers a broader scope and provides education services that caters to the OSY, out-of-school adults, basic education to illiterate adults and accreditation and equivalency tests to those who dropped out of school.

ALS is a parallel learning system that provides a practical option to the existing formal instruction. When one does not have or cannot access formal education in schools, ALS is an alternate or substitute. ALS includes both the non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills.

 
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