K to 12 Education Southeast Asia: Regional Comparison of the Structure, Content, Organization, and Adequacy of Basic Education

SEAMEO INNOTECH’s report provides an interesting comparative analysis on how the Philippine preschool, elementary, and secondary education system compare with the four countries. It apprises the readers on each country’s educational goals; school calendar; and modes of access, diversification and progression. It likewise highlights important points on comparing each country’s educational system by pointing out differences in teacher-pupil ratio; medium of instruction; curriculum structure, framework and organization; and assessment and testing. Most importantly, the report presents corresponding curriculum and policy options to align Philippine K to 12 basic education with regional standards.

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K to 12 Education Southeast Asia: Regional Comparison of the Structure, Content, Organization, and Adequacy of Basic Education

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