The Basic Education Development Plan (BEDP) 2030

DepEd adopts The Basic Education Development Plan (BEDP) 2030 as the medium term plan for the DepEd covering all formal education...

Read the excerpt of the plan here:

The Basic Education Development Plan (BEDP) 2030 is the Philippines’ first long-term plan for basic education, covering all formal education from Kindergarten (K), Elementary, Junior High School (JHS), to Senior High School (SHS), and non-formal education through the Alternative Learning System (ALS). Basic Education is one part of an education system that includes early childhood, higher, and technical and vocational education, so the BEDP also describes linkages to the relevant agencies in these sectors (Early Childhood Care and Development Council [ECCD Council], Technical Education Skills and Development Authority [TESDA], and the Commission on Higher Education [CHED]).

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was formally adopted by member states at the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015. The Philippines was a signatory to the agenda, which contained a global education goal (SDG 4) requiring signatories to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. In order to meet this agreement, a blueprint for DepEd in the next decade is an imperative, with a clear plan to formulate, implement, coordinate, and supervise policies, plans, programs, and projects in the areas of formal and non-formal basic education and for both public and private schools.

Download the  official The Basic Education Development Plan (BEDP) 2030 here

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