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Open High School

Program( OHSP)
A Journey Worth Remembering

Order of the Presentation

A short video presentation of an OHSP graduate who is now a teacher

Throwback 1- BSE Circa 1998

Throwback 2 - SSA-SEDIP Circa 2005- 2010

Throwback 3 CFSS, SOBE-STRIVE, MDG-YEM ( Youth, Employment and


Migration)

Steps Towards Institutionalization ( Tracking, Research, BEIS Analysis)

The long Journey towards RA 10665 ( Institutionalization of OHSP and


Appropriating Funds Thereof)

Plan International, Inc. Children is in the Heart and Mind

Hugot 1, 2 and 3

Throwback 1- In the beginning

1998 Open High School System was conceptualized by the former CDD Chief,
Dr. Corazon L. Echano

With the go signal from Dr. Alberto P. Mendoza, former BSE Director OHSS
team was formed with Ka Prudence as one of the original members

OHSS & Project EASE ( Effective Alternative Secondary Education)were piloted


in all regions, two secondary school per region. Selection was based from
consistent high dropout rate

Triggers

1998- there was a mass drop out ( Manansan 2001)

Poverty was seen as main reason ( APIS 1998)

Poor learners who were able to graduate grade 6- 82.6%

Non-poor learners who are able to graduate grade 6 95.5%

1 M dropouts between the of age 6-12

1.2 M dropouts between the age of 13-16

3.4 M dropouts between the of age 17-24

The bulk of dropouts belong to the poor learners between the age of 13-17

Throwback SSA SEDIP Circa 2005 - 2010

Secondary Schooling Alternatives is one component of SEDIP ( Secondary


Education Development & Improvement Project)

It is the last component to be launched in SY 2005 2006

Its goal is to develop a program through which BSE build the capacity of
schools to design, manage, and monitor effective drop-out reduction
strategies including, but not limited to alternative schooling schemes through
the TA of Division SSA team.

Funded by ADB, OHSP and EASE were adopted and adapted as alternatives to
attain the goals of Access to secondary education and increase retention rate
while decreasing dropout rate.

Participating divisions belong to the 15 poorest provinces in the Philippines


with the exception of ARMM-Maguindanao

The Triggers of SSA


1. Low NER
2. Low Completion rate
3. High Drop out rate

Secondary PIs within 5 years


90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

SY 04-05

SY 05-06

SY 06-07

NER in 5 yrs CSR in 5yrs

CSR in 5yrs

SY 07-08
DR in 5yrs

SY 08-09

As a result of persistent tracking of SSA implementation,


each division recognized top three performing schools
based from improved performance indicators.
Benguet
1. Twin Peaks NHS
2. Tublay NHS
3. Ampusongan NHS

Surigao del Sur


1.Unidad NHS
2. Tagbina NHS
3. Madrid NHS
Agusan NHS
1. Esperanza NHS
2. Bayugan NHS
3. Lapinigan NHS

Romblon
1. Tanagan NHS
2. Ferrol NHS
3. Libertad NHS
Masbate
1. Aroroy NHS
2. Balud NHS

Leyte
1. Baybay &Granja Kalinawan NHS
2. Carigara NHS
3. Concepcion NHS
Southern Leyte
1. Consolacion NHS
2. Bontoc NHS
3. Ichon NHS

Antique
1. Northern Bugasong NHS
2. Antique NHS
3. Aureliana NHS
Oriental NHS
1. Dauin NHS
2. Bais City NHS
3. Negros Oriental HS

Cotabato
1. Aleosan NHS
2. Bulakanon HS
3. Spottswood NHS
Zamboanga del Sur
1. Simata NHS
2. Lapuyan NHS
3. Tambulig NHS

Zamboanga Sibugay
1. Kabasalan NHS
2. Alicia NHS
3. Ipil NHS
Guimaras
Jordan National High School
East Valencia National High School
Agsanayan National High School

Biliran
1.

Naval School of Fisheries

2.

Maripipi National High School

3.

Biliran National High School

Ifugao
4.

Kiangan National High School

5.

Hapid National High School

6.

Ayangan National High School

Throwback 3 CFSS, SOBE-STRIVE and


MDG- YEM
CFSS
Program
Started

that promotes child rights

in 1999 with 131 pilot elementary schools

Data

from the 24 CFSS divisions show improved holding


power of schools (retention rate)

CFSS

expanded to 8 pilot high schools in 2005 and to 60


high schools in 2006-2007.
UNICEF

7 GOALS OF CFSS
1.

CHILD-FRIENDLY LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

2.

HEALTH PROMOTING SCHOOL PROGRAMS,


HEALTHY BEHAVIOR, & A SAFE AND PROTECTIVE
ENVIRONMENT

3.

ENROLLMENT & COMPLETION OF ALL STUDENTS

4.

CHILD-CENTERED TEACHING-LEARNING PRACTICES

UNICEF

1. Masla NHS I Ps
2. Umiray NHS disaster-prone
3. Commonwealth NHS - congestion
4. Panganiban NHS child labor
5. Malinao IS fully funded by Local
Govt. Unit (LGU)
6. Mabini Integrated School
7. Aleosan NHS predominantly
Muslim
8. Mamasapano NHS armed
conflict
UNICEF

SOBE-STRIVE

SOBE is Support Option to Basic Education Fund, a facility managed


through the Strengthening the Implementation of Basic Education in the
Visayas (STRIVE)

It adopted Open High School Program and the concept of SARDOs

SOBE operated in the Divisions of Negros Occidental, Bohol & Northern


Samar

To date, OHSP is actively implemented in Mondragon NHS and Sumoroy


Agro-Industrial School, Bobon School for Philippine Craftsmen in
Northern Samar

MDG-YEM ( Youth, Employment and


Migration)

YEM is a joint program of four UN agencies namely UNICEF, UNFPA, IOM and
ILO in collaboration with DepEd, DOLE, TESDA, NYC, DOH and other related
NGAs

YEM aimed at increasing access of youth to basic education, be employable


and become productive after finishing secondary education and as much as
possible prevent external migrations

It adopted OHSP and DORP in four identified poor provinces in Luzon


Masbate- F.del Rosario NHS, Mobo NHS, G.Bangalisan NHS

Visayas- Antique Antique HS, Gen.Leandro Fullon NHS and Barasanan NHS

Mindanao- Maguindanao Datu Saudi Ampatuan NHS, Maguindanao NHS

and Agusan delSur.- Sta.Cruz NHS, Prosperidad NHS and Sibagat NHS

Child-Friendly School
JP Output 2.5
Open High School

Ready

Blended
Learning
(Face-to-Face
& Distance
Almo
Ed.)

Pathways

Apprenticeship Program

Contemporary Issues
English

AP

Filipino

EP

Science

MATH

MAPEH

Standards

Independent Learning Readiness Test

SCIENCE

Seed
Capital
Equipt
Modules

21st Century Literacies


NQF College-Readiness

ENGLISH

Inputs

TLE

st

Transition Program
(School-Based Guided Learning)
Not Yet

JHS

Independent Learning
(Home Schooling)

Core Curr.

Advanced

Engineering / S&T; Arts; Sports;


Journalism; Foreign Language;
Tech-Voc; Entrepreneurship, etc.

SHS

AcceleratedIndependent Learning
(Home Schooling)

JP Output 2.3 CP-TLE


YEM as DORP Intervention

MATH

Learning-to-Learn Skills
Development

Process
Capacity
Building
Curr. &
Instruct.
Proj.
Prop.
Devt
Technical
Assist. for
Reg/Div/
Sch

Outcomes

Outputs

No. of
Student
Benefici
aries

No. of
Teachers
Capacita
ted

Y
E
M

Entrep.
Experience
Life skills
Gender
Sensitivity
Safe
Migration
Sustained
Livelihood

Steps Towards Institutionalization


( From OHSS to SSA OHSP & DORP to ADM to FLO)

Strong Tracking System Memoranda were issued on quarterly, bi-annual and End of School
Year Report. Reports must contained SARDO profiles based on FICS Analysis, number of ID
SARDOS per quarter by subject areas and number of saved SARDOS

Number of OHSP learners per year level, FICS Analysis results to justify enrollment in OHSP,
number of promoted and number of graduates

Tracking of OHSP graduates- how many are employed locally, how many are in college and
how many are employed abroad

BEIS Analysis- Top 100 secondary schools per region with highest drop out rate were sent to
all regions while secondary schools with 0 drop out were monitored and published in
national dailies and recommended for interviews when required

Media exposures OHSP was broadcast in television stations- ABS-CBN, GMA, UNTV;
radio am stations like DZMM and DZRH
Inclusion of ADM/FLO in the GAA ( General Appropriation Act in 2011 onward

House Bills and Senate Bills were filed within the administrations of Presidents GMA
and Aquino

International paper presentations: SEAMEO, UNICEF - Girls Education Forum in Malaysia

Researches conducted by BESRA through Dr. Juliet Gregorio of PNU, SEAMEO-INNOTECH


and PIDS through Dr. Orbeta

ON JULY 2015, RA 10665 pas passed institutionalizing OHSP and appropriating


funds thereof

ABOUT Plan
Founded, 75 years ago, Plan is one of the oldest
and largest childrens development organizations in
the world
VISION
a world in which all children realize their full potential in
societies that respect peoples rights and dignity

Where we
operate

Country
Office

North
Samar
East
Samar

Occ.
Mindoro Luzon

West
Samar
Masbate
Visayas
Southern
Leyte

66Provinces
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Provinces
29
municipalities
29 municipalities
382
382villages
villages W
40,987
40,987Sponsored
Sponsored
families
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families
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Mindanao
E

100

20
0

300

40
0 M
iles

Plan International Inc.- Own Initiatives

OHSP is implemented in all Program Units where Plan has sphere of influence.

OHSP is actively implemented in the Divisions of Masbate and Northern Samar


funded by Dubai Cares Foundation.

OHSP was implemented in Sarangani and Maguindanao through Project REACH

Plan Philippines shall fund the alignment of OHSP/EASE modules with the K to
12 Basic Education Curriculum as well as MISOSA and ALS BLMM and A& E
Modules

To date, OHSP as one strategy under FLOs ( Flexible Learning Options) is the
flagship program under the current strategic programs ( CSP).

HUGOT Pa More

Hugot no.1

It is inalienable RIGHT of every individual to receive education which will enable


him/her to become a productive citizen.
Dr. Lolita M. Andrada
Former Director IV, BSE

Hugot no.2

It is the governmental human rights obligation to make education:


AVAILABLE free and compulsory education for ALL
ACCESSIBLE eliminates ALL forms of discrimination
ACCEPTABLE focus on quality of education and that applies to the processes
of teaching and learning and
ADAPTABLE education should RESPOND and ADAPT to the best interest of
the child
The 4As of Human Rights-Based Education by Katarina Tomasevski-UNESCO

Hugot no. 3

"Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small


places, close to home - so close and so small that they cannot be
seen on any maps of the world. Yet they are the world of the
individual person; the neighborhood he lives in; the school she
attends; the office where he works. Such are the places where
every man, woman, and child seeks equal justice, equal
opportunity, equal dignity without discrimination. Unless these
rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere.
Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home,
we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world. --- Eleanor
Roosevelt
UNICEF

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