Friday, April 3, 2015

New K to 12 Grading System ready for SY 2015-2016 - KPUP Goodbye!

K to 12 Grading System 2015-2016. Philippines' Department of Education (DepEd) issued on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 an order which included the "new grading system" for K to 12.

new Grading System k to 12 2015


K to 12 Grading System starting SY 2015-2016

DepEd Order No. 8 s.2015, which was signed by DepEd Secretary Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC, is entitled "Policy Guidelines on Classroom Assessment for the K to 12 Basic Education Program".

Page 9 of 33-page enclosure of DO 8 s.2015 highlighted the Grading System to be used in assessing the learners.

"The K to 12 Basic Education Program uses a standards-and-competency-based grading system", it underscored.

According to the K to 12 new grading system, all grades will be based on the weighted raw score of the learners' summative assessments.

"The minimum grade needed to pass a specific learning area is 60, which is transmuted to 75 in the report card. The lowest mark that can appear on the report card is 60 for Quarterly Grades and Final Grades", it added.

Teachers will bid goodbye to KPUP (Knowledge, Performance, Understanding and Product) Grading System as the latest K to 12 grading system has fewer components - Written Work, Performance Tasks, and Quarterly Assessment.

Here are some of the highlights of the K to 12 Grading System which will be implemented starting SY 2015-2016:


  • Weight of the Components for Grades 1-10.
K-12 Grading System 2015-2016
K-12 Grading System: Grading Components for Grades 1-10.
  •  Weight of the Components for Senior High School (SHS).

New K-12 Grading System for SHS
K to 12 Grading System Components for SHS.

  • Grade Transmutation Table for K to 12 Basic Education Program.

k-12 Grading System transmutation table

For more information about the K to 12 grading system, kindly read or download this document.

Teachers or stakeholders of DepEd, what can you say about the new K to 12 grading system?

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Anonymous
April 3, 2015 at 8:39 PM delete

Ano ba yan. Parang walang babagsak sa ganyang klase ng grading system. Pabago bago na lang. Di pa nga master ng mga teacher ang KPUP tapos eto panibago na naman.

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Anonymous
April 3, 2015 at 9:07 PM delete

may this new system be the KEY. sana makatlong na ito x mga teachers n until now curious parin kun ano talaga ang tama....

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April 3, 2015 at 9:30 PM delete

para sa akin, OK ang grading system na 'to keysa sa dati. After computation, mag adjust ka din naman. Buti dito may transmutation table na - may basehan.

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Anonymous
April 3, 2015 at 9:32 PM delete

Panibagong pahirap sa mga guro.

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April 3, 2015 at 9:39 PM delete

I applaud deped for coming up with this realistic grading system.

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Anonymous
April 3, 2015 at 10:03 PM delete

KATAWA TAWA NA TALAGA AT KAHIYA HIYA MAS MAGIGING TAMARAN ANG MGA BATA SA GNITO...ALL OF THIS IS FOR THE PROOF THAT K TO 12 IS EFFECTIVE? WOW NA WOW TALAGA BAKA NEXT YEAR IBA NANAMAN.......ANO TO EXPERIMENT?

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Anonymous
April 3, 2015 at 10:08 PM delete

What can I SAY? It's a pain in the ARSE! Bakla ba itong mga ito... URONG- SULONG! WHEW!! KAYO ANG MAGTURO!!!

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Anonymous
April 3, 2015 at 11:03 PM delete

I must say that this is great for the Philippines. This is very similar to the system of public schools in the US.

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Anonymous
April 3, 2015 at 11:24 PM delete

Pag bakla, urong sulong na agad? Make sure you be sensitive with your comments.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:00 AM delete

Read the DO first before commenting. This article is not comprehensive. The memo in itself ia comprehensive and it is very specific on what to record on each component. It's easier than the KPUP. So READ the deped order first!

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:09 AM delete

Kasi nga ung aim ng DepEd is zero drop outs. Kahit di pumapasok yung studyante hindi pwedeng i drop sya. Ang k 12 po still experiment parin ng government kung anu mangyayari sa mga students na nag undergo sa gnitong curriculum..nagexperiment cla kung anung mas magandang grading system. Baka kc yung kpup hndi nla nakuha yung gusto nlang result kaya ganun

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:17 AM delete

Non-sense. Additional 2 years. baka tamarin na mag aral ang mga bata nyan. What if kaya naman mag pa aral ng college nung magulang? ano toh, sapilitang vocational course? ( ung additional 2 years kasi prang pang vocational course) ang bobu ng DepEd tangina nung baklang leader nila. dapat ipaliwanag nila ito in layman's term kung anu advantage, TANGINA 22 Y/O NA KAMI GRA GRADUATE NG COLLEGE? TANGINA MO PRESIDENT..

-MULA SA BATANG HIGH SCHOOL NA SANA GRA GRADUATE NA NEXT YEAR KUNG DI NYU GINAGAO ANG PUTANGINANG EDUCATION SYSTEM MGA GAGO

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 1:03 AM delete

unahin nyo muna madagdagan ang sahod ng teachers, ayusin at dagdagan ang mga classrooms...sa ginawa nyong K to 12 eh tuition fee lang nmn ang habol nyo! pahirap kayo para sa mga magulang na kakarampot lang ang sinasahod, na nagpapakahirap at nagpapakakuba sa pagtatrabaho para mapatapos ang mga anak nila.....kelan pa makakatulong ang mga anak nila? kapag uugod-ugod na ang mga magulang sa paghahanap buhay? at si anak eh, matanda na makakapag tapos?

KAHIT GAWIN PA NINYO YAN NA K TO 15, HINDI NAMAN MAGIGING EINSTEIN ANG MAG-AARAL.....BAKA BALIW NA SA DAMI NG ISINASAKSAK NYO SA ULO NG MGA MAG-AARAL!

hay...kaawa-awa naman kaming mga magulang....DepEd bakit di kayo marunong maawa?

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April 4, 2015 at 1:11 AM delete

wtf!?no!! we have zero base system in the US. i'm a student there currently taking college level classes(i.e. Ap classes). the only difference is they present your grades by: A-90-100, B-80-89, C-70-79, F-0-69. therefore if one gets an F, that person is in hot water since parents can't assume you have like 65-69. the fact that you have an F means you might have something lower than that. btw even 69 aint nice... at all!!

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 1:12 AM delete

Some people don't want to.understand the rationale about implementing K-12. This curriculum is far different from our traditional curriculum.

"If your eyes are closed your mind is opened; if your mind is closed your eyes are opened."

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 2:55 AM delete

Ang daming pinagagawa sa mga guro pero ang pagtaas ng sahod ay hindi mapagbigyan.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 6:13 AM delete

ha? hehehe 60 yung grade tapos papasa ayaw nyang may bumagsak takot maputukan ihanda nyo ng pangulo mo yong mga arse ninyo pagwala na kayo sa pwesto

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 7:23 AM delete

wow !! kahit 60 grade mo 75 pa rin ung transmuted... swerte aa.. LAKAS xD

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 7:48 AM delete

Grade 10 ka na pala this coming school year.. Wala ka bang subject na GMRC or Values dyan sa school mo? Kung makapagmura akala mo ang laki na ng naitulong mo sa Pilipinas. Ang paaralan mo ang sisihin mo sa di pagpapaliwanag kung amo ba talaga ibig sabihin ng K12. Mas maraming mahihirap kesa sa may kaya na makapag aral ng college katulad mo. At sila ang mas binibigyan pansin ngayon para magkaroon din sila ng sapat na edukasyon at makapagtrabaho at mapaunlad ang buhay nila.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 7:53 AM delete

Intindihin nyo muna kung ano at para saan ang K12. Bago magreklamo. Di lang ito basta basta dagdag na 2 taon sa high school. Ito ang daan nila para malaman nila kung para san ba talaga ang skills nila kung pang academic ba, or skills. At dun mamimili sila kung san sila magaling at ihahasa sila. Di lang kasi puro academics magaling ang mga tao. May mga mahina sa academics pero magaling sa skills at para sa kanila ito.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 7:57 AM delete

Puro nalang ganyan ang reklamo ng mga guro. Itaas ang sahod. Kung sana pinagbubuti nila ang pagtuturo edi sana mas kaunti ang mga batang hindi marurunong. Sa halos dami ng mag aaral sa public school konti nalang ang mga guro na nagtuturo ng maayos at galing sa puso.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 8:10 AM delete

Akala ko iaabolish n ang k to 12,,hayy dagdag gastos sa magulang...kasi kayo.mayayaman di nyo alam niraraos lang namin ang pag aaral ng mga anak namin.tapos dinagdagan nyo pa ng 2 taon...kayo nga naabot nyo mga propesyon nyo ng walang k to 12 eh!!! Palibhasa mayamab kau di nararanasan ng mga anak nyo mag aral ng walang baon..dagdag gastos lang yan!!!!

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April 4, 2015 at 8:13 AM delete

Galingan nalang nating mga guro ang pagturo. Sweldado tayo nang Pamahalaan , if you do not like teaching better resign and find those system suited for you.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 8:44 AM delete

Hindi pinagbubuti? Kaya pala ang galing makaisip ng mga alternatives ang mga guro kapag hndi akma ang mga activties o kulang sa materials ang school. Hindi kami tamad magturo. Hindi kasi alam ng nasa position kung gaano kahirap ang buhay ng mga guro ngayon. Tulad ko, nagkukumahog akong mag-aral sa masterado sa isang primyadong unibersidad sa bansa pero wala daw ako karapatan magturo sa grades 11&12 dahil lang hindi nya ako gsto. Still I am doing my work with all my heart sa kabila ng bulok na pamumuno at traditional na sistema na "Palakasan system"

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 9:27 AM delete

Guys sana bigyan natin ng chance ang gov. para maipakita nila satin yung sincerity nila para ma improve ang education sa atin, hindi natin malalaman ang husay at impostansya ng isang bagay kung di natin susubukan...sana suportahan na lang natin ang mga proyekto ng ating gobyerno para mas mapaghusay ang implementation ng mga to kaysa puro negative tayo...tayo na nga may sabi nahuhuli na tayo sa mga kalapit bansa natin, kya siguri it's time para kumilos tayo...God Bless to everyone!

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 9:54 AM delete

Well initially yes, because they have to see if this whole k to 12 thing has a positive effect or something. Plus I don't think the students will be lazy after this. It'll probably stress them to strive for better

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 9:54 AM delete

nakakaloka iyong ng comment na kung sana pnagbubuti ng mga guro ang pagtuturo edi sana konti ang batang hindi marurunong..

kapatid. wag mong isisi sa lahat guro ang lahat ng kasalanan. kung isa kang guro, malalaman mo kung gaano kalala ang mga attitudes ng mga bata towards studies. kay tatamad at hindi marunong magpahalaga sa pag aaral.

maraming guro ang ginagawa ang lahat matututo lang ang mga tinuturing nilang anak sa loob ng paaralan. kaya lamang, nasa bata na din kung ano ang kanyang kahihinatnan.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 9:58 AM delete

Manahimik ka isa ka pa bulag bulagan!

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 10:01 AM delete

I'm actually a grade 10 student myself this coming year. So I feel your pain. But honestly this k to 12 thing has a lot of advantages. Because realisticly speaking, not all college students get the jobs they want.( or they don't get jobs at all.) Meaning, thr employment rate will drop, leading to a lower economy. But because of this system, you could easily get a job (an alternate one) incase your original plan didn't work out. I hope you realize what all of this means. Kaya TANGINA SIT DOWN AND EAT SOME MCDONALDS OR SOMETHING AND CHILL THE HELL OUT BYE

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 10:18 AM delete

More and more students have education kuno but no values at all. Nag aaral kaba boy baka kain text at tulog lang alam mo or kahit may alam ka wala kang EQ

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 10:20 AM delete

Bro tax natin ang nagpapasweldo satin remember hindi ang pamahalaan. ^__^

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 10:22 AM delete

Hello. The struggle with the additional two years is inevitable but you whining without a solution is plain annoying. This new curriculum has its own pros and cons. Ask your school the specifics. don't bring your trash like attitude to the internet. kaya mo lang naman ayaw yung k-12 kasi tinatamad ka eh. -_-

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 11:07 AM delete

Mahirap maging isang guro lalo na kung pabago bago ang sistema pero sabi nga for us to become more effective teacher we need to embrace changes. At sa mga magulang oo mahirap nga na magpaaral tapos dagdagan pa ng two years let's take a look at the brighter side nalang po n ang ating pamahalaan kahit na sabihin nating puro corrupt e gumagawa naman ng paraan para maging globally competitive ang mga estudyane. They just wanted us to have a collaboration regarding this matter.after all ang teacher ang nagtuturo at gumagabay sa paaraan pagdating sa bahay dapat pati magulang nanay teacher din sa bahay :) wag lahat ng knowledge and understanding iaasa sa guro. Right :))

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 11:07 AM delete

I love reading comments.......and weighed which is which......

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 11:09 AM delete

Bakit kaya sa dirami rami ng mga nangyayare sa Pinas, ang gusto ng mga guro dagdag sweldo? Tapos ang mga mag aaral ayaw ng dagdag taon, ang gobyerno maaring ginagamit ang sistemang ito para sa nakabubuti o kaya naman maaring para sa kanila lang. Nakaka ewan na pabago bago. Pano naman ang mga batang nagpupursige , parang hindi sila maeencourage kung ganito kagulo. Sana bago magisip ng bagong sistema.. pinapatagal muna nila ng kahit 3-5 taon na lang... hindi naman kasi agad masasabing good effect or bad effect agad dahil parang tatlong batch pa lamang ang nakakaranas ng K-12. Sana mapagisipan ng mabuti.

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April 4, 2015 at 11:34 AM delete

Kaya nga po pinapilot test ang K-12 kasi under monitoring pa.

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April 4, 2015 at 11:35 AM delete

Yung totoo, guro ka ba talaga? Dami mong nalabag sa sinabi mo, Sir.

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April 4, 2015 at 11:37 AM delete

Sir, may link ka po ba ng DEPEd Order? Pahingi naman po..

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:02 PM delete

I'm a teacher and I see K to 12 program a GOOD PLAN.... But as a citizen of our country, this good plan affects many things that cause confusions and struggles for all the people involve with it...
1.The school itselfs is not ready for this implementation for whatever track they are going to choose. Facilities, equipment and even the so called competent teachers are the problems because most of schools were "0" in numbers..
2. Teachers themselves were not yet ready even if some of them tool already some national assessment still it doesn't prove that they are competent enough to teach those skills and knowledge in which they just learned for few days or weeks, even some don't undergo comprehensive trainings..
3. Parents were shocked and don't have a choice but to follow... But deep inside they know that what they earned for the family is not enough and probably soon will decide to stop their children after grade 10..
4. The students now a days believe that no one will got FAILED due to this program.. I've been teaching @ night high school and most of them got mad why they FAILED even they know the fact that they are keep on being absent and attending the class.. Some of them were confused if this program will happen, because they can't feel nor see the changes and improvement....

May I suggest why not see improve the learning process the students for being a better citizen of our country? What I see as actual happenings in this program is the so called "ZERO DROP OUT".. I alone FAILED many of my students last march because they don't deserve to pass and I assured to you that I did my very best before I gave my final decision but then they don't accept and listen with my help and suggestions.. Why not focus how to develop all subjects dealing with the CORE VALUES not COMPETENCIES alone??

If the students FAILED it is always the discretion of the teacher but always remember that we are not alone the member of the community which is the so called "SCHOOL"...

Plan is good, but how will actions be great if the people and thinga around are not yet ready?

Please don't be focus with the CORE of being COMPETENT but let it focus with the VALUES..

I am not pro nor against about it, I still believe that what we all wanted is to make those children a better person...

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:04 PM delete

DAPAT GAWIN NA LANG 75-100 ANG TRANSMUTED GRADES PARA PASADO LAHAT O DI KAYA'Y WALA NA LANG COMPUTATION...YUN NAMAN ANG GUSTO NG DEPED - MASS PROMOTION...

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:05 PM delete

mataas na po ang mga sahod ng public teachers talo pa po ang mga teachers ng private schools at isa pa mas less time po ang teaching loads nila. Ang sa akin lang dapat competent teachers ang ihire kawawa na lalo ang mga students sa public kung saan ang daming teachers na tamad.... grabe palakasan pa ang pagpasok ung mga nasa taas ng ranking di un ang hinahire ang hinire nila ung mga kamag-anak din nila kaya walang pagbabago ang public schools e....

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:15 PM delete

Is there still values education instill on this child's mind? your commenting on a public view

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:19 PM delete

I don't get where the hate is coming from. UP has a very similar grading system for some subjects (e.g. Math and Sciences). The difference is we transmute it differently. Passing is 60 which is 3.0 in college. 55-59 is a 4.0 (conditional pass or fail) anything below that is 5.0 (failed). In this one anything below 60 is still a failure. K-12 is very helpful in my opinion. I know people who were initially accepted for a Masters course abroad but ended up being rejected because they didn't have enough years of study.

I hope we all learn to appreciate things like this.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:25 PM delete

Ganto isipin niyo. Pinilit ang mga estudyante ng R-BEC o ang K-10 na mag K-12. Diba dapat ang mga nag simula ng kinder ang ilinagay nila sa curriculum na k-12. Bakit namin kailangan mag K-12 kung ang curriculum namin dati ay K-10, bakit di nalang ang mga kinder ang pina k-12 nang nakapaghanda pa ang DEPED sa mga grading system, teachers, classroom at facilities. Saka i weigh naman sana ng gobyerno yung mga mahihirap. Sabi nila para daw ito sa mahirap pero dito nga saamin ang mga public schools ay hindi kaya mag bigay ng k-12 dahil kulang ang mga classrooms at teacher. Sa mga private schools naman ay sinasabi ay napakamahal ng tutiton. Edi pano pa ang mahihirap wala na? Sana naman ay pinagaralan pa nila at nagsagawa ng survey sa masa dahil sila rin ang kawawa. Kaya NO to K-12 ako sana ay ipatigil muna ito at pagaralan pa. :)

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:30 PM delete

Hahaha.. You nailed it. People always say our salaries are from their taxes. Huh.. How about teachers' taxes? Teachers are feeding themselves.. ;)

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:34 PM delete

I think students will have an easy access to line-of-nine grades with this. As a result, they might strive less, knowing that with very little effort, they can still attain high marks.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 12:39 PM delete

With all due respect po, wala po yatang katarungan ito para sa mga mag-aaral na nagpupursige. Paano na po yung mga mag-aaral na nagbibigay ng mas malaking effort sa kanilang pag-aaral? Di po ba't parang naipapantay na lang ang kanilang kahirapan sa mga kamag-aral nilang nagbibigay ng mas kaunting effort? Baka po magkaroon ng problema hindi lamang sa kapwa mag-aaral, kundi pati na sa kanilang mga magulang.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 2:06 PM delete

I agree. And the transmutation table is also standard for all.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 2:10 PM delete

Premature implementation of k to 12 curriculum creates confusion both in teachers and students. All are experimental in nature. After 3rd year of implementation, there's another changes in the grading system. We can't do otherwise but to follow the Dep Ed order. But to the extent that all is waste of time, money, effort in training and retraining of teachers. I believe that since this educational system is always experimental, and patterned from educ system of other countries, I think we could never see its successful outcomes or output. There's should be a thorough study before its final implementation. Lack of teaching materials, books, and thorough knowledge are some important factors for unsuccessful implementation plus negative attitudes of both parents, students and teachers. Let us wait and see again this coming school year. What could probably awaits us?

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April 4, 2015 at 2:17 PM delete

Dumb fucks.Philippines system keeps sucking their people deeper in a blackhole.What business is going to hire fresh 12 grade graduates? Bad enough college grads have no opportunities here for work or the lack of..."WHATS NOT BROKE DO NOT FIX". Good luck with your new implemented MONKEY plans...Thank god I am from the States.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 2:30 PM delete

well, This is Philippines, Not US :P

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 2:35 PM delete

sa dami ng comment lahat may punto at dapat pakinggan pero dapat di tayu nagmumura kc edukasyon ang punot dulo ng usapan.sana alam tlga natin ang k12 bago magcomment and wag nating sisihin ang kung sino sino gobyerno guro studyante.nagbabago ang panahon kaya dapat iakma ito dito wag puro haka at pantasya.sumunod muna bago magreklamo.yun lang!

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 2:36 PM delete

Malayong malayo po ang sistema natin sa USA, napakarami po nating mga bata, we have 70 plus in one room, Sa USA po pinakamadami na ang 30 sa unior High

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April 4, 2015 at 2:41 PM delete

i am public school teacher, i believe this is good and easy to assess student's performance as compared to kpup

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 3:31 PM delete

so basically .. 84 na ang pasadong grade this time ? kasi kung ibabase natin ang initial grade to transmuted grade ang 75 is equal to 84 which means na kung mas mababa ang grade mo sa 84 bagsak kana :) kung ano ano kasing pakana naiisip ng deped eh ganun din naman ang logic tsaka bakit mo kailangan mag adjust ng grade for the sake of your student ? dba taga compute lang ang mga guro at tagapagturo ? students ang gumagawa ng sarili nilang marka so basically parang cheating na din ang gnawa nyo kung mag aadjust kayo ng grade na malayo sa computed grade :3

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 3:36 PM delete

Kahit naman anong klaseng grading system ang itakda ng DepEd, walang kwenta rin yan sa ilang mga guro na nadadaan sa under the table ng mga magulang na gagawin ang lahat para lang maging first honor ang mga anak nila.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:04 PM delete

Isa pa parang d naman ata kasi nanggagaling sa hanay ng mga kaguruaan ang ating mga naging DepEd secretary kumbaga gagawa ka ng bahay ang gumawa ng plano ay isang doctor hindi engineer..hindi sa tinatawaran natin ang kagalingan ng mga naappoint na mga secretary pero mas okey sana kung nasa propesyon din nila ang kanilang mga hahawakang ahensiya ng ating pamahalaan para hindi sila mag experemento..Bata po din ang magsusuffer ng mga yan ginawan pamandin nila ng batas na napakaganda na parang boss na natin dahil sa Child Protection Policy RA 7610. D ba na news na iyong isang nanay pinalo ang anak dahil sa hindi gumagawa ng kanyang lesson e hinabla pa at nakulong. Pano natin tuturuan ang ating mga anak kapag ganito ang batas mamya pati pagsita natin sa kanila bawal na..Very good talaga mga mambabatas natin sa laki ng sahod sa pulitika daming nauulol. Sana gumawa na din sila ng batas na bawal patayin ang mga ipis sa ating bahay..bawal patayin ang mga lamok na nagdudulot ng dengue kasi mahalaga sila haha..Good work talaga keep it up..Money Bless you All..

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:05 PM delete

Hindi po ganon yun. Ang ibig po sabihin kunwari po, sa isang subject ang total score ko pag inadd na ang quizzes, exams, other activities ay 60/100% ang lalabas na final grade ko sa report card ay 75 (pasang-awa). Dati kasi if ang total score mo sa mga outputs mo ay 50/100% you already get the pasang awa sa report card (75). Which means, inangat nila ang passing score. So ngayong ang mga studyante they will not only aim for a score of 5 sa 10-point quiz but they need to get at least 6 to pass. it's 60% it's no longer half.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:07 PM delete

Hindi po ganon yun. Ang ibig po sabihin kunwari po, sa isang subject ang total score ko pag inadd na ang quizzes, exams, other activities ay 60/100% ang lalabas na final grade ko sa report card ay 75 (pasang-awa). Dati kasi if ang total score mo sa mga outputs mo ay 50/100% you already get the pasang awa sa report card (75). Which means, inangat nila ang passing score. So ngayong ang mga studyante they will not only aim for a score of 5 sa 10-point quiz but they need to get at least 6 to pass. it's 60% it's no longer half.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:09 PM delete

mas malaki pa nga taxes nating mga guro kesa sa ibang propesyon,, tapos sasabihin ng mga tax payers na sila nagpapasweldo satin e mas malaki pa nga kontribusyon natin sa tax kesa sa kanila.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:15 PM delete

Hindi ko alam bakit ang daming nagagalit sa pagpalit ng grading system at kung anong kinalaman nito sa pagunald ng Pilipinas. Hindi naman mali ang education at grading system natin eh, hindi naman marumi ang politika at gobyerno. Ang marumi at ang mali ay ang taong namamahala ng gobyerno, ang mga taong nagcocompute ng grades, pati na rin ang buong populasyon ng bansa. Simpleng panuto hindi kayang gawin eh paano ba uunlad ang bansa niyan?! Sinabing bawal magdoktor n grades ang ibang guro naman magpapalit ng grade para pumasa ang bata, eh pano matututo ang bata palitan ang ugali niyang hindi nagaaral. Na sa batas na bawal mangupit ng pera sa buwis na binabayaran ng mga tao, ginagawa pa rin. Pero ang pinakamalala talaga sinabing WAG MAGKALAT SA PALIGID, magtatapon ka pa rin ng basura mo?! Mga simpleng panuto di masunod yan ang puno't dulo ng poverty sa bansa. hindi naman natin kaylangan palitan ang lahat eh, ang kaylangan baguhin ang ugali at gawain nating mga mamamayan. Pag iniwasan nating magtapon ng basura sa paligid eh di ang linis na ng bansa, maaaring maraming dumating na turista at yun ang maging dagdag na income ng gobyerno natin para sa mga proyekto nila. Ngayon sinisimulan ko na magbago sinusundan ko na ang mga street sign at di na ako nagtatapon ng basura.

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April 4, 2015 at 4:26 PM delete

Sa mga sinisisi po ang kaguruan kung bakit may mga batang tamad at bobo..wag po sa kanila isisi kasi po sa pagmamasid ko po bilang isang magulang sa mga guro sa kasalukuyan andami na pong bawal na ginagawa ng ating mga dating guro kaya tayo ay natuto noon. Dahil po sa RA 7610 pandilatan lang daw ng guro ang bata e bawal na..ang ilan po kasing magulang e kncntidor sa kanilang anak kaya po lumalala. Noon pong nag-aaral tayo mga 1990 year and below mataas pagtingin natin sa mga guro kasi takot po tayo dahil sa kanilang pagddcplina na inaayunan naman ng ating mga magulang (pero ang iba guro po noon kasi sumusobra naman). Sa mga batas na ginagawa nila sana timbangin muna ang maaring kalalabasan para hindi masisi ang mga kaguruan at mga batang walang alam.. Pero sa hindi paglalahat nasa guro nga din kung paano ang gagawing strategy para makinig ang kanyang mag-aaral. Sa mga gurong magagaling kaya mga kabataan ay natututo saludo sa inyo.

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April 4, 2015 at 4:28 PM delete

hindi po, they will strive harder cause mas mahirap po makapasa kasi mas mataas ang passing score. For example, (i will base this on the new grading system) sa subject na science, sa written works i got 20%/40%, then sa performance task ang nakuha ko is 20%/40% and sa quarterly assessment ang nakuha ko is 10%/20%. meaning lahat yan I got half the score so when I will compute for the initial grades my grade is 50 and i trtransmute yan gamit nung table where 50 is equal to 72 sa report card, meaning I fail. So sa bagong Grading system, I need to get at least 24/40 both sa WW and PT and at least 12 sa QA. which will be only equal to passang awa which is 75. It's no longer basta makakuha ako ng score na 50% pasado na. ngayon it's 60%

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April 4, 2015 at 4:30 PM delete

hindi po, mali po pagkaintindi niyo, students will strive harder cause mas mahirap po makapasa kasi mas mataas ang passing score. For example, (i will base this on the new grading system) sa subject na science, sa written works i got 20%/40%, then sa performance task ang nakuha ko is 20%/40% and sa quarterly assessment ang nakuha ko is 10%/20%. meaning lahat yan I got half the score so when I will compute for the initial grades my grade is 50 and i trtransmute yan gamit nung table where 50 is equal to 72 sa report card, meaning I fail. So sa bagong Grading system, I need to get at least 24/40 both sa WW and PT and at least 12 sa QA. which will be only equal to passang awa which is 75. It's no longer basta makakuha ako ng score na 50% pasado na. ngayon it's 60% - See more at: http://pnoytalks.blogspot.com/2015/04/new-k-to-12-grading-system-is-out-for.html?showComment=1428136137535#c5121282156339368872

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April 4, 2015 at 4:31 PM delete

hindi po, mali po pagkaintindi niyo, students will strive harder cause mas mahirap po makapasa kasi mas mataas ang passing score. For example, (i will base this on the new grading system) sa subject na science, sa written works i got 20%/40%, then sa performance task ang nakuha ko is 20%/40% and sa quarterly assessment ang nakuha ko is 10%/20%. meaning lahat yan I got half the score so when I will compute for the initial grades my grade is 50 and i trtransmute yan gamit nung table where 50 is equal to 72 sa report card, meaning I fail. So sa bagong Grading system, I need to get at least 24/40 both sa WW and PT and at least 12 sa QA. which will be only equal to passang awa which is 75. It's no longer basta makakuha ako ng score na 50% pasado na. ngayon it's 60%

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April 4, 2015 at 4:34 PM delete

Ang purpose po kasi ng K-12 para po pagkagraduate po ng mga bata pwede na po sila makakuha ng trabaho since yung additional 2 years po ay parang OJT po. Itratrain po ang mga bata sa mga gusto nilang tahakin. Para pag graduate niyo ng senior high, pwede na po kayo magtrabaho at mahi-hire na po kayo. di na po kaylangan ng college degree

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:35 PM delete

Yan ang problema sa mga bata ngayon eh, tinatamad. Kaya di umuunlad ang pilipinas eh.

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April 4, 2015 at 4:37 PM delete

hindi po, mali po pagkaintindi niyo, students will strive harder cause mas mahirap po makapasa kasi mas mataas ang passing score. For example, (i will base this on the new grading system) sa subject na science, sa written works i got 20%/40%, then sa performance task ang nakuha ko is 20%/40% and sa quarterly assessment ang nakuha ko is 10%/20%. meaning lahat yan I got half the score so when I will compute for the initial grades my grade is 50 and i trtransmute yan gamit nung table where 50 is equal to 72 sa report card, meaning I fail. So sa bagong Grading system, I need to get at least 24/40 both sa WW and PT and at least 12 sa QA. which will be only equal to passang awa which is 75. It's no longer basta makakuha ako ng score na 50% pasado na. ngayon it's 60%

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April 4, 2015 at 4:40 PM delete

hindi po, mali po pagkaintindi niyo, students will strive harder cause mas mahirap po makapasa kasi mas mataas ang passing score. For example, (i will base this on the new grading system) sa subject na science, sa written works i got 20%/40%, then sa performance task ang nakuha ko is 20%/40% and sa quarterly assessment ang nakuha ko is 10%/20%. meaning lahat yan I got half the score so when I will compute for the initial grades my grade is 50 and i trtransmute yan gamit nung table where 50 is equal to 72 sa report card, meaning I fail. So sa bagong Grading system, I need to get at least 24/40 both sa WW and PT and at least 12 sa QA. which will be only equal to passang awa which is 75. It's no longer basta makakuha ako ng score na 50% pasado na. ngayon it's 60%

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:48 PM delete

magulang ako... pero hindi dapat hingin ng isang magilang na makatapos ang anak para tulungan cya.... obligasyon ng isang magulang na patapusin sa pag aaral anak nya... magkaroon ng magandang trabaho para magkaroon ng magandang buhay para sa magiging pamilya nya.... hindi dapat asahan ng isang magulang ang anak nya, porke ba pinag aral mo sya kailangan tulungan mo cya pabalik... resposibilidad n ng anak yon pero di nya obligasyon yon... yan ang maling konsepto sa utak ng mga pilipino..

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:49 PM delete

Clarification: DO 8, s. 2015 re New K-12 Grading System is addressed only to public schools. Does this apply also to private schools? Thank you.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:53 PM delete

ilan ba anak mo?... mahirap din ako pero pinili ko magakroon ng 2 anak para di ako masyado mahirapan. kahit paano maigapang ko sila.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 4:56 PM delete

Ano bang tingin nila sa tin? Mga guniea pig? Di naman sa nagrereklamo, pero anong mararating ng bata kung pabagobago ang sistema ng pag-aaral? Kung next year ba na may madevelop silang mas efficient na bagong system, tayo nanaman ang kakagat nito? Wala namang masama sa pagpapaunlad, pero kung sobra sobra na, pano na tayo makakahabol?

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April 4, 2015 at 5:25 PM delete

nagustuhan ko bagong system,,,simple lang at sa tingin ko effective...salamat sa may idea nito,,,God Bless to all of us teachers

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 5:46 PM delete

How about 0 is 0, 50 is 50, 75 is 75 and 100 is 100. As Clear as it is: A true display of educational excellency.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 6:08 PM delete

one word. nakakalito.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 6:28 PM delete

KUNG PURO DADA WALANG MANGYAYARI :P

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 6:31 PM delete

As a soon-to-be Grade 10 student, I look forward to seeing how this turns out.
I'm not against it, but I'm not all out supporting it either, but it seems interesting. Guess you'll never know until you find out for sure.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 6:34 PM delete

Also, they say that a rolling stone can't grow any moss... But idioms aren't always deciding points.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 6:38 PM delete

Tama ka. Di nga lang natin maiiwasan na may magalit... Di muna sila nag-iisip ng mabuti bago magsalita. Walang kamalay-malay kung ano talaga ang importante. Marumi at mali ang taong namamahala ng gobyerno, pati na din ang karamihan sa mamamayan.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 6:46 PM delete

Interesting. Can you please back up all your claims?
Also, for a person from the United States, your grammar and sentence structure is atrocious. I'd like to point out that it is inevitable to be perceived as a dumb fuck if your grammar skills match that of a 10 year old.

It's "If it ain't broke, don't fix it", not "What's not broke do not fix".

Just so you know, I'm from the US, and quite frankly I'm disappointed.

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April 4, 2015 at 6:55 PM delete

sana nga ganun kaya lng ang mga magulang sanay sa 50 based pgmababa ang grade ngrereklamo kaya mga teacher iaadjust na lng kasi puro reklamo mga magulang parang napakatatalino ng anak nila

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April 4, 2015 at 7:03 PM delete

I actually hate the new curriculum, it is clearly a pain in the arse. I should be graduating next year but because of this, I still have to suffer for two more years under a not-so-good education system. If you really want us to strive harder, you won't base on our grades. You should base on our skills/talents.

Nowadays in this society, number is the only thing that matters. Just like in social media, the number of likes determine how popular you are. In school, your GPA is the basis on how intelligent you are when in fact you can do better aside from memorizing!! In politics, the number of zeroes in your bank books matters!!

Dear DepEd and PNoy, please come up with a better-- no, the best rather, education system. Report cards are useless!! I despise them. They are good for nothing. They just show how good you are in memorizing and how good you are in following your teachers' orders. *coughs favoritism, ehem.

Sincerly,
An incoming grade 10.

PS. You might as well consider watching 3 idiots and Like stars on Earth. :)

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 7:06 PM delete

this is better than the KPUP system. sa KPUP kasi anlaki ng hatak nung product. at yung grade ng product nanggagaling sa mga projects.. which means na kahit hindi masyado marunong yung bata, basta masipag gumawa ng projects, papasa.. eh dapat may natututunan ang bata.. bat ganun.

-im soon to be grade 9 student and based on my experience, pagka gumagawa ka talaga ng projects papasa ka, may classmate kasi akong hindi masyadong nagrerecite at hindi masyado mataas yung mga quiz pero masipag at laging malinis at maganda yung mga projects at meron pang top.. so disappointing! talo na ng masipag ang matalino ngayun

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 7:10 PM delete

cos people in our society are motherfuckers.

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clare
April 4, 2015 at 7:53 PM delete

I'm all for the K-12 curriculum, but I think it was implemented far too early. Almost everyone lacked time for preparation, and this led to lots of changing along the course of a few years. I wish they hadn't implemented it unprepared, because our education is now an experiment. We're treated as lab rats, for lack of better terminology. I'm an incoming Grade 10 student.

I prefer the KPUP system over the existing one. In this grading system there was an Understanding portion, which measured how much a student truly understood about a lesson. In the previous grading system, it tested how well a student could memorize something. I don't exactly know how to put it into words, but seemed as if knowledge stayed in the student's head solely for the examinations.

Despite this, there were flaws, and the one I was bothered by most was how great the impact of projects to the final grade still was. This meant that a student, no matter how lazy when it came to recitation and exams, with an eye for good projects, would receive great marks. I found this unfair.

I wish they had just tweaked the KPUP method. It was honestly a relief for me when it was implemented, because it bugged me how much some classmates were being rewarded for being people who were skilled in memorization. I knew that my other classmates not in the honor roll deserved it more (not saying that those who already were in didn't deserve it, but it was unfair to the others). When the KPUP system was put into action this year, the honor roll shifted quite drastically, and it just showed how deserving others were for being people who could understand lessons for the sake of learning and not studying. Trust me, there's a difference between the two commonly switched terms.

I hope the K-12 curriculum does its job, no matter how rocky the road would be. The government went to war with untrained soldiers who weren't armed enough. I hope there would be improvements along the way. I didn't want for our education to be experiments, but I suppose it was inevitable.

This system change would be a pain for both the students and teachers. I really do just hope that all ends well, and that the K-12 would prevent indecisiveness and poor decision-making among the future leaders of the government, so that today's mistakes will just be tomorrow's lessons. No history repetition here.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 8:07 PM delete

Sigurado na kaya ang bagong grading system na ito? baka 2 years from now change na naman. di pa nga na complete ang K to 12 change kaagad nga grading syatem. O baka pag may nakita na namang di maganda change uli.Sa palagay ko hilaw pa ang k to 12.

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 8:23 PM delete

Ang bobo. mo. Wag ka na mag comment (h)

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 8:26 PM delete

I agree with that, there are lots of intelligent students in the philippines but few only have the greatest attitudes, this is a public view, you can share your cons, but please! In a nice way! Ikaw kaya try mo gumawa ng isang project and after that I'll give you the same words that you said, hindi ka kaya maiinis? My gosh! That is why the philippines cannot ho furthermore more because of this kind of people giving nonsense opinion not knowing that they thieselves cannot contribrute to the countries progress but instead giving more problems,, magbago ka! Magisip ng gama , gumawa ng tama, at makiramdam ng tama.

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April 4, 2015 at 8:38 PM delete

puros lang kayo reklamo. hay...

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Anonymous
April 4, 2015 at 8:43 PM delete

I don't see the need for us to follow the educational nor grading system of any country, not even the US. There was no problem that needed change to begin with. While students from other countries come as exchange students to the Philippines because they know that we have quality education here, we on the other hand think we are inept because we feel outmoded by the educational system of other countries. The fact that DepEd added 2 grades to the system only brings added expenses on the part of the parents. Who says that these graduates from grade 12 are sure to get a job after graduating??? Eh kung college grads nga, di makakuha ng trabaho, highschool grad pa kaya??? Who are you kidding??? Can you please be a bit more realistic! And did you ever consider the fact, that because of the added two years, there will be a two year gap on college enrolments??? Two years bang tutunganga ang mga college and university professors natin??? Two years na walang kikitain ang mga colleges and universities??? Aba, marami-rami ang mawawalan ng trabaho dahil sa K to 12 na 'yan! And anyway, some of the subjects that are being taught in this K to 12 program are rubbish! Why does a student need to learn how to bake a cake, for crying out loud! He or she can take a culinary arts course for only 6 months if he or she wants to be a chef, right after highschool. What? You teach this in highschool and he or she becomes a baker??? You are only sub-standardizing the ambitions of the students. Instead of promoting being degree holders is the way to go, DepEd is telling these students that it's okay to just be a highschool graduate. Anyway, thats what TESDA is for, right? For those who do not want to go to college but work after highschool, they can train at TESDA and get a certificate after completion. Wala lang talaga kayong magawa kaya naisipan niyo na kopyahing ang educational system ng US? Diyan tayo magaling na mga Pinoy... sa imitation. Wala tayong originality! Hala! What assurance can you give the parents and the students, that they will have a job after graduating from highschool from this K to 12 program. Sure kayo diyan ha! Unless this government creates jobs, no matter what kind of educational system you apply, will not work! In 3 yrs. time, many professors will be jobless, many colleges and universities will shut down because of this K-12 program. Then what????

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April 4, 2015 at 8:47 PM delete

I don't see the need for us to follow the educational nor grading system of any country, not even the US. There was no problem that needed change to begin with. While students from other countries come as exchange students to the Philippines because they know that we have quality education here, we on the other hand think we are inept because we feel outmoded by the educational system of other countries. The fact that DepEd added 2 grades to the system only brings added expenses on the part of the parents. Who says that these graduates from grade 12 are sure to get a job after graduating??? Eh kung college grads nga, di makakuha ng trabaho, highschool grad pa kaya??? Who are you kidding??? Can you please be a bit more realistic! And did you ever consider the fact, that because of the added two years, there will be a two year gap on college enrolments??? Two years bang tutunganga ang mga college and university professors natin??? Two years na walang kikitain ang mga colleges and universities??? Aba, marami-rami ang mawawalan ng trabaho dahil sa K to 12 na 'yan! And anyway, some of the subjects that are being taught in this K to 12 program are rubbish! Why does a student need to learn how to bake a cake, for crying out loud! He or she can take a culinary arts course for only 6 months if he or she wants to be a chef, right after highschool. What? You teach this in highschool and he or she becomes a baker??? You are only sub-standardizing the ambitions of the students. Instead of promoting being degree holders is the way to go, DepEd is telling these students that it's okay to just be a highschool graduate. Anyway, thats what TESDA is for, right? For those who do not want to go to college but work after highschool, they can train at TESDA and get a certificate after completion. Wala lang talaga kayong magawa kaya naisipan niyo na kopyahing ang educational system ng US? Diyan tayo magaling na mga Pinoy... sa imitation. Wala tayong originality! Hala! What assurance can you give the parents and the students, that they will have a job after graduating from highschool from this K to 12 program. Sure kayo diyan ha! Unless this government creates jobs, no matter what kind of educational system you apply, will not work! In 3 yrs. time, many professors will be jobless, many colleges and universities will shut down because of this K-12 program. Then what????

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April 4, 2015 at 9:47 PM delete

Magandang araw po.

Siguro sa karamihan ng private schools na nag-iimplement ng K to 12 di nila nararanasan to... I'm not sure. But I'm certain na sa amin, feel na feel namin 'tong problema na to.
I'm a part of the first batch ng K to 12.
I am studying in a public school. But it wouldn't have mattered because before the K to 12 curriculum, our school was respected across the city. It was known for its quality education. And yet when I entered it, everything was wrong.
So when the year started... ayun. Pinakilala na sa amin kung ano talaga ang K to 12. Honestly, hindi naman sana masama e. Compared to the previous curriculum, mas interactive na siya. It also focused on what methods would be better sa pagtuturo sa bawat student. My parents were very supportive. They would ask me what I need for school, and they will provide right away... kahit minsan we are struggling.
Then it came to the time when we needed something, and nobody can provide it. Why? Because nobody is CERTAIN of what it should be. This thing happens mostly to references.
Of course there were modules. But they were not enough. Since we are in a public school, we don't have certain books that other schools have. Heck, even my teachers don't know where they are going to base their lessons from! They base here. They base there. And believe it or not, we've had teachers that had to base on their instinct! No, I'm not kidding. Even these teachers had their noses bleeding, eyes drooping, and yet, we barely achieved what you expect us to. Even these teachers complain from time to time how nobody knows what exactly is happening, or how it should be. The modules weren't enough. To be honest, it didn't even help us by half.
We suffered from a lot of typos and sentences or paragraphs that didn't make sense. My classmates pointed out (seconded by our subject teacher) how some (yes, SOME, and not just a few) supposed to be "facts" were false. We did a research on our own, and since then, we didn't trust these modules that much anymore. So san na kami babase?

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April 4, 2015 at 9:47 PM delete

It seemed to confuse the teacher as well. What happened was the worst 10 months' worth of 5 hours per week of my life. Every day she'd come to our class carrying a stack of papers, asking us for 5-20 pesos, and makes us answer the sheets. Of the whole school year, I can only recall 5 or seven times na nag -discuss siya samin. Halos isumpa ng buong klase yung subject na yun.
Then nag grade 8 kami. Kapag kinakausap namin yung mga baguhan, inggit na inggit kami. Ang galing daw nung teacher na yun magturo, kumpleto sa gamit, enjoy ang mga activities niya! Walang bahid nung bangungot na naranasan namin dati. Palibhasa, mas PREPARED na siya nung school year na yun. Hehe, hindi lang siya. LAHAT nang teachers namin noon, nag improve.
We were hopeful then kasi bagong year, nag improve na sila, sana maranasan na namin no?
Kaso hindi parin. ;-(
In fact, it grew worse for us each year, while yung mga sumunod, sila lang nakakaranas ng quality education. Kung dati wala lang certain na references, ngayon wala na talaga. Every goddamn assignment we have to scavenge. Kapag nakahanap ka ng info, you have to check kung malapit sa na-research nung iba. There were times when we all have different research output so half the class gets it right, while the other half fails. On desperate times we have to use "teamwork." Oh, you know what I mean. It won't be just a group or two, it always involves the whole class. That's how hard it is for us. If we try to stand for honor, chances are we miraculously make it or we fail and get kicked out of the school.
But that's not the worst part. During examinations or quizzes or summative tests, we have no idea where to get info for our coverage. Sure, the teachers try their best to discuss them, but when it comes to things that need to be memorized like terms and such, we don't know where to get them! Some references that teachers use are exclusive for teachers, and the only source we can rely on is the internet, which isn't as complete as it should be (as was believed), tbh.
My point here is, the additional 2 years is not the problem, nor the methods of the curriculum. Hell, I don't even care if it changes everyday! The problem is: We are not prepared.

HAVE PITY ON US. We are treated as if we are test subjects, as if they don't care what the outcome will be. So if your children is one of us and they are failing, please don't scold so much. Most of us are striving, but it's not easy. We are not learning so much no matter what we do. And sigurado namang ayaw nyo rin na isang buong batch ang mag-graduate nang walang masyadong alam, PRODUKTO NG DI HANDA AT KULANG-KULANG NA CURRICULUM NA IPINATONG NYO SAMIN.
Ibinibigay nyo sa amin kahit di sigurado, tapos pag may mali, hindi na maitama. Sa susunod na batch nalang aayusin. Pano nalang kami???
Anyway, sakali ngang tuluyang mag-fail 'tong curriculum na to, ano nang gagawin namin? Tutunganga? Ganon nalang yun? Tapos magagalit kayo na maraming mangmang na kabataan? Sana kung mag eeksperimento kayo ng ganito kalaking bagay, maghanap kayo ng paraan na hindi kami maapektuhan ng sobra. ;( Naghahangad rin kami ng maayos na sistema ng edukasyon. And hindi kami nagvolunteer na makibahagi sa "EXPERIMENT" nyo na to kaya sana binigyan nyo kami ng karapatan na tumiwalag, edi sana nakuha pa namin yung uri ng edukasyon na makakabuti samin!

Sumasainyo,
Test Subjects ng K to 12
a.k.a Incoming grade 10.

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April 4, 2015 at 10:02 PM delete

Hindi naman po siguro ganun ka walang-saysay ang curriculum. It just assures na may choice ka after high school. You can set up your own business because you'll have enough experience. Besides, from what I've heard, tho I'm not sure if it's true, kung ayaw mo na mag senior high then you can go straight to college if you can. If it's true, then senior high school can be a choice for those who have no means of paying for a college. Not bad, right?

And hindi naman po siguro magkakagap or whatsoever. There are college students na nagta-take ulit ng subjects nila. There are also people na late na nags-start mag college. May mga tumigil ngayong sem pero mag eenroll ulit. Siguro po less students will enroll pero di naman po mawawalan.

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April 4, 2015 at 10:05 PM delete

Hilaw na hilaw pa po. At kaming first batch ang nakakalasa. Our class don't want it :<

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April 4, 2015 at 10:17 PM delete

Stay on topic Ass wipe...I see your here to correct grammer and sentence structure;go jack off somewhere else...This is a open forum about K-12 monkey plans. If U need detail concerning my reasons Your free start a debate;-) Dont judge to early you just might get find yourself in an embarrassing position.Your from the states and your disappointed; Its embarrassing U reside in America.Most likely your a fucking TnT,immigrant or in the process of applying for US citizenship.I travel back and forth to Phil. And misc countries.If U feel the need for a challenge,contact me;-). Asshole.Stay on the topic freak.

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April 4, 2015 at 10:35 PM delete

I travel~live in the philippines per my business needs...This country has a system thats is solid and works well.The majority of families in this country cannot afford the new k-12 plans;now the money they saved up for college will be use for the extended years of HS.Furthermore,this country lacks job opportunity for college grads,what opportunities are waiting for HS graduates of K-12? All five of my children are US citizens by birth and I brought them here due to the quality of education and the discipline they learn by living here...Many Old school graduates from the Philippines who migrated to America are very successful and extremely productive (Most with college degree).How can the government or DepEd still say they are lacking? If anyone want to sit here to correct grammer or sentence structure the the asshole who reply from my 1st input,FUCK U. I am typing fast and have no time to go thru spell or grammer check to satisfy your monkey ass.So stay on topic.

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April 4, 2015 at 10:38 PM delete

Sana po mapagplanuhan niyo na po ng maayos yung mga pinapatupad niyo for K-12. I mean sana magwork din to and mamaintain na kasi ang hirap po ng pabago bago sa K-12 na to specially yung grading system. Mahihirapan yung mga teachers syempre lalo na kaming mga estudyante. Kailangan nanaman namin magadjust for the sake of our grades. KPUP was so hard kung alam niyo lang. Wag nio na sana pahirapan pa lalo ang mga estudyante. Napapagod din po kami kahit na sabihin niyo na nagaaral lang kami napapagod din yung utak namin. Kahit na sabihin niyong experiment lang to well may naaapektuhan. Goodluck sa bagong system na to sana mag work and please sana pagtuunan niyo ng pansin ang mga pinagdadaanan ng mga students :) -incoming Grade 10

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April 4, 2015 at 10:49 PM delete

My kids are in college in Phil. and graduates frrom the old system they consider inadequate;all were first section w/top honors and doing well in college;the old system works...After they return to homeland USA.

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April 5, 2015 at 12:30 AM delete

Tama ang laki ng tax namin kada buwan...

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April 5, 2015 at 12:38 AM delete

Yes, the plan was so good , but there is no back up, before we had only 4 subjects in grade 2 whole day ang klase, but now 7 subjects half day because of the lack of rooms, kahit na anong bilis nang discussion mo hindi ito makukuha. We need to wait with the children when they are writing, and also when you have some activities how could you get that 7 subjects in a half day. We are not magicians?

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April 5, 2015 at 12:42 AM delete

Much better kung ibalik nalang ang old curriculum, hirap na hirap mga students sa KPUP na sistema tas mababago nanaman? Mahirap po mag adjust sa pabago bago na curriculum :(((

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April 5, 2015 at 1:11 AM delete

4:57 ang galing mo namang magsabi na pagbutihin ng mga guro ang pagtuturo, una alam mo ba ang kakulangan ng mga pampublikong paaralan? sapat ba ang mga silid aralan at pasilidad para maibigay ang pangangailangan ng bawat mag aaral..para sabihin ko sayo nasa pampublikong paaralan ang mga magagaling na guro bakit lahat ng public teachers ay pasado sa LET wag mong lahatin ang mga guro nakaka lungkot isipin na ang pagbaba ng kalidad ng edukasyon ay isisisi sa mga guro na maraming factors ang dapat na tignan at hindi naman masama na humingi ng karagdagang sahod dahil mahirap magturo ng 65 bata sa 3 shifting na classroom

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April 5, 2015 at 7:09 AM delete

K-12 system does NOT promote taking up professional studies. Taking up alternate jobs other than preferred jobs is not really a problem. K-12 promotes "what we want" notion of self rather than "what we need" for the Philippines. K-12 promotes skills needed for export, not for the need of the Philippines. Philippines needs more scientists and professionals rather than culinary artists and/or some other vocational courses, which some vocational courses easy to learn, we don't really need to pay for it. Adding two years does not make us ready for anything under the sun... it makes us content to our skills needed for export.

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Anonymous
April 5, 2015 at 7:33 AM delete

comment lang ng comment...
away lng ng away..
gusto nyo ba umunlad ang pinas?
sige away pa....

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April 5, 2015 at 7:36 AM delete

ha? Panibagong pahirap? Kasama sa trabaho nila ang magcompute ng grades. Walang madaling trabaho. Kung nahihirapan sila magcompute ng grade, wag na lang silang magturo... akala mo naman trabaho lang nila ang napakahirap... isip isip din.

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Anonymous
April 5, 2015 at 7:44 AM delete

Very well said!

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Anonymous
April 5, 2015 at 8:13 AM delete

Tama ka Mam, ang realidad talaga halos 50 % ng estudyante natin ay bumabagsak s sobrang tamad at hindi pumapasok.Kaya kahit anong grading system pa yan, tayo rin ang nag-aadjust bandang huli.Kasi po Teacher's Factor n nman, kahit hindi pumapasok at tamad ang mga bata, kahit wlang pakialam ang magulang. Kaya walang kasalanan ang bata at magulang. Lagi na lng titser ang sinisisi.Titser,Titser, Titser...

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April 5, 2015 at 8:30 AM delete

yung nga Sir, s 5/10 pts nga konti lang pumapasa, ginawa pang 6/10 pts. kya s bandang dulo ng class record adjust-adjust pag may time o erase..erase para pumasa kasi kelangan pumasa ksi pag marami kng bagsak wala tayong kwenta magturo..pero ang totoo ang nagbabagsak yun ang nagcocompute ng grades at nagtuturo ng maayos..kc meron siyang basehan. Mahirap turuan ang mga batang sobrang tamad at magulang n walang pakialam o di rin kayang disiplinahin ang anak.

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Anonymous
April 5, 2015 at 10:00 AM delete

For me as a student ... This grading system will push me to strive more.. cuz I've read one comment here says that you need to pass through the percentage to be able to pass. on the other hand just like what my Philisophy teachers said that ' GRADES ARE JUST FORMALITY IT WILL NOT TALK ON YOUR BEHALF"

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April 5, 2015 at 4:05 PM delete

Mas maganda nang mahirapan sa umpisa kesa nman sa mahirapng matagalan. Mas mahihirapan lng kaming mga nagaaral kung tumataas ang Kalidad ng requirements sa trabaho habang ang pinagaaralan namin na pinagbabasehan nila ay sobrang baba

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April 5, 2015 at 5:19 PM delete

The objectives of K-12 is good, but the way of its implementation is another thing. Things are not executed properly because teachers lack the proper training and preparation. Imagine, all of a sudden, there is a new grading system to be implemented without the teacher's having any background about it. Also, it's products are really meant for export workforce and so, what will be left for our country? But as for the moment, let's make use of this system to the best of our ability and help make our country move forward.

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April 5, 2015 at 6:04 PM delete

aba nene reklamo ka nang reklamo pasalamat ka nga at matitikman mo ang fresh grad lka pwedi ka na ma hire agad sa trabaho. hindi tulad nang sa amin.... we need two years of experience or more in order for us to be hired. hindi mo mararanasan ang nakatanga sa langit at manghingi sa dyos na kung anu pa ang susunod na pahirap kc hindi ka na nga makahingi sa parents mo nang pera dahil graduate ka na..... wag reklamo nang rekalamo.... pag aaral mo nalang atupagin mo

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April 5, 2015 at 6:12 PM delete

its because of our old curriculum, other countries want us to undergo 2 or 3 years experience before we are able to be hired and its because of the lack of 2 years in our curriculum.and yes the old curriculum does fine but have you noticed that most of us needs experience before we are being hired?

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April 5, 2015 at 6:17 PM delete

we need change to improve and be more competent. in order for us to be one of the most reliable resources of manpower we really need to adjust for this change. isipin nalang natin ang mostly required by most of the companies na 2 years experience after graduation. walng mangyayari sa mga bata kc kailangan punan ang 2 years na kulang sa basic education. reallity sucks dont they?

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April 6, 2015 at 11:49 AM delete

i have read the new DepEd guidelines for school year 2015-2016 and I've noticed that base on its format and the way how it was explain is pretty impressive, but on implementing it is another thing.....
point is, new comer in this field really need more time to understand and and to master one's guideline so with the old ones. KPUP really an effort absorber, time consuming and hustle but learners and catalyst are not doing an experiement here, trial and error is not good at this time.
New policy, New guidelines, and new system to implement means another budget, another waste of money and another opportunity to fail.
A year to conclude that KPUP is no longer suitable for learners is absurd. a year of trial fails and new options to practice is another concept of "Juan tamad"
thank you to admin allow me to repost
‪#‎repost‬ tamah!!!
panibagong kalbaryo....

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April 6, 2015 at 3:29 PM delete

Afternoon, I am not sure what countries demand the extra two to three experience before being hired.I agree that experience is essential in any company;however, having a HS degree vs. A College degree will also weigh heavily in the process.In America the K-12 grade system works well and the schools have amole budget for HS student to study a job skill to prepare foe the workforce.Furthermore, companies love interns whether HS or College due to the free man power,as well.Some even hire their intern during the process if they show that the student would be of great value to the business.To top that off, their are tons of job opportunities after graduating from HS pr College. For the Philippines, this k-12 is not a plausible program.1. Business would rather hire a applicant with a college degree due to the higher discipline gained. 2. Businesses in the Phil. are extremely prejudice when it comes to sex,age,status education,etc. 3. Families are not prepared for the extra expense for addt'l years of HS. And so on... ( This reply has not gone to spell/grammer/sentence structure check for those AH in this forum who wants to focus on accuracy). ;-)

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April 6, 2015 at 3:39 PM delete

Addendum: even for the few skilled who are able to successful apply as OFW abroad;majority of workers I have spoken to and had the privilege to meet says,"its all about connections and who you know or get to know".Lets thos HS go to college EARLY thru the old proven system.

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April 6, 2015 at 5:18 PM delete

Good PM. May I asked, 'are you a public school teacher in the Philippines or abroad'?

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April 6, 2015 at 5:21 PM delete

Likey.Good job explaining your reason...

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April 6, 2015 at 5:28 PM delete

Will not work in the Philippines...

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Anonymous
April 8, 2015 at 11:17 AM delete

kaysa dumaldal yung unang anonymous.... try nya ipatigil ang K to 12 sa korte then maghain sya ng kongkretong alternatibo para tumaas ang antas ng edukasyon.

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Anonymous
April 8, 2015 at 12:28 PM delete

Be gender sensitive with your remarks po.

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Anonymous
April 8, 2015 at 6:40 PM delete

Ha? Oo walang madaling trabaho, pero kung pabagobago ang patakaran mas mahirap. Siguro hindi ka teacher kaya hindi mo alam kung gaano ang laki ng sakripisyo para lang pag aralan ang grading system. Maraming seminars nanaman yan at tyak malaki nanaman ang babayaran nila para lang pag aralan ang grading system... isip isip ka naman sino ba ang dahilan kung bakit ka nakakabasa at nakakasulat ngayon.. pasensya na offensive kasi ang reply mo..

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April 9, 2015 at 9:22 AM delete

Ang estudyante pag tamad...tamad..pag masipag ...masipag...this new system has nothing to do with the personal performance of our students..... alam natin na hindi lahat ng mataas ang mgas core lalo na sa exam eh hindi nangopya at alam natin na hindi lahat ng projects eh bata gumagawa..... para maging de kalidad tayo dapat ang inaadmit lang sa school eh mga bata na interesado pumasok....

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April 9, 2015 at 9:31 AM delete

tomoh..... ganito lang yan...ang isang batang mahilig mag cutting, umabsent, dumaldal sa klase, walang pinakikinggan at di sinusunod na guro ay hindi magbabago kahit ilagay nga sa k100.....

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April 9, 2015 at 9:36 AM delete

ok sabihin na natin, tumaas ang sweldo ng mga teachers pero i-remind ko lang po na wag nyog silipin ang sweldo na ito dahil the rest ng equipment namin eh hindni sagot ng gobyerno, laptop namin projector namin yung mgaphotocopy ng mga prelim namin yung ibang padala sa seminar sa amin eh hugot namin sa bulsa namin yun...wag nyo sasabihin na dapat eh ganun talga resourceful...wag tayong bulag...san ka nakakita ng bakery na ang empleyadong mga panadero pa ang bumibili ng mga araw araw na ingredients at sila nag prvovide ng mga additional oven para sa bakery ng amo nila.... tsk tsk tsk......

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April 9, 2015 at 5:13 PM delete

ee tanga pla sila ee bat di nila kailngan ipag experiment ang batang naghihirap? ano pinag eexpirementohan nila mga grades ng studyante? wag tyo gumaya sa iba kase sa huli magsisi pa rin tyo.Ang ayos ayos na ee dba? at sino nmang kasing tanga ang nag dro drop out ng studyanteng hndi pumapasok? malay mo sakit. o kaya nman may problema sa pamilya BE REALISITC DEPED!

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April 15, 2015 at 2:33 AM delete

Sure ba talaga yang pagkatapos namin sa SENIOR HIGH e.makakatrabaho agadd kami? Yung college graduates nga hirap makapasok sa trabaho kami pa kayang Highschool Graduates lang?

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April 17, 2015 at 12:24 AM delete

let's say matapos ung grades 11 and 12 would that be enough to become an engineer sana ginawa nlng optional yan. kc after that another four years din nmn ang kukunin ng most of the graduates eh.. at hindi lahat ng schools kayang i cater ang grades 11 and 12.. HELLO....

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April 20, 2015 at 10:33 PM delete

Hmm, excuse me anon, nag rereklamo ka halatang di mo nagets. Tsk tsk. I bet you haven't reached college level because the latest k-12 grading system has a huge similarity on how some colleges do their grading. I'm not bragging or whatever but please.. sabi nga nila mas bobo pa sa bobo yung mga bobong nagmamarunong :( Sorry.

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April 22, 2015 at 9:09 AM delete

agree ako jan...ang hirap kayang gumawa ng ibat ibang system for the grading system. wala talaga magawa ang deped kaya tayo ang kinakawawa sa kasusunod sa mga experiment nila..

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April 24, 2015 at 10:07 PM delete

AnonymousApril 3, 2015 at 5:39 AM
Ano ba yan. Parang walang babagsak sa ganyang klase ng grading system. Pabago bago na lang. Di pa nga master ng mga teacher ang KPUP tapos eto panibago na naman.

Halatang hindi ka umabot ng tertiary level manung (h)

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April 28, 2015 at 9:33 PM delete

yes, specially for private schools..just like the implementation of K to 12, we have to pay the public officials for every seminar they conduct when in fact the gov't should give it free. Yong abrupt changes ang nagpapahirap sa mga teachers not the really the work load. Tama yong nagsabi na hindi pa nga fully implemented yong dating sistema heto at papaplitan na naman. Ano ba talaga?

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Anonymous
May 14, 2015 at 1:39 PM delete

Australia's K-12, the best!...

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Anonymous
May 15, 2015 at 2:57 AM delete

Nangangahulugan ba nito na mas nahirapan kayong mga guro sa pagbibigay ng grades sa mga estudayante nyo using KPUP system?

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Anonymous
May 25, 2015 at 2:32 PM delete

later nyo na marerealize ang importance ng pag palit ng curriculum natin! we need the additional 2 years to be compettitive with the graduates from other countries! later masasabi natin, buti nalang nag kto12 tayo!

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May 29, 2015 at 7:33 PM delete

patulong namn po san ako pwede magdownload ng class record or grding system plsssss help lapit na pasukan wala pa akong downloaded na file,,plss

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Bob
May 30, 2015 at 11:43 PM delete

Paki-check sa link na to ang daming class record na pwede mong pagpipilian:
K to 12 Class Record Excel

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Anonymous
July 13, 2015 at 1:43 PM delete

Sana mag kaisa nalang at mag cooperate ang lahat sa kung ano ang makakabuti sa lahat. huwag na lang reklamo ng reklamo. pag may alam ka na mas makakabuti at may pwede kang gawin, gawin mo na lang kung wala, sunod na lang. At e enjoy nalnag ang trabaho... balang araw aasenso din tayo...

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Anonymous
August 16, 2015 at 12:55 PM delete

isa po rin magandang payo yan na pati ang mga magulang nanay o tatay man ay dpat hanggat maari ay mgkroon ng time magturo din s ating mga anak pra magabayan natin cla s knilang pag-aaral. wag lang po natin iasa ang lahat s mga teacher ang pagtuturo at pagdidisiplina. Upang sa ganitong paraan e makita o mlaman din natin kung gang saan ang kakayahan ng bata at san cla nahihirapan pra matulungan natin cla mag improve at masubaybayan din cla sa tamang asal at tamang pananaw s pag-aaral...
sabi nga sa bible: "train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it."

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September 5, 2015 at 5:17 PM delete

as to what I can see, it's not realistic. Im sorry if my argument seems invalid for you. but no. It ain't real. KPUP was a better and more balanced one which improves the ability of a student to learn. Zero-based grading system shows true display of excellency.

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September 22, 2015 at 4:42 PM delete

how to input data on highest possible score ? is that the total no. of items? ty

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Anonymous
October 20, 2015 at 2:17 AM delete

thank you sa mga comments nyo :) Dami ko natutunan even if some of you "may ma-icomment lang" :3

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Anonymous
October 20, 2015 at 2:22 AM delete

Kailangan po yun Sir, kasi kung walang magrereklamo hindi po malalaman yung problema. :)

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Anonymous
October 20, 2015 at 2:25 AM delete

Edi wow naman sayo.

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Anonymous
November 6, 2015 at 9:54 PM delete

Kung tutuusin po, pangit yang grading system na yan, if ang estudyante ay pumapasok sa klase at 0 ang mga quizzes niya. no performance at hindi pa siya nag exam. sinong magugulat if may makikita ka sa card niya na 60 being its grade even though he/she doesn't deserve to have that kind of grade kasi wala ka namang ikokompute right? and 0=60 sa transmuted grade. tong bagong grading system na to, pinapabayaan ang mga bata para maglampung. kasi alam niya na kahit bagsak ang grade niya sa initial grade siguradong may sasagip sa kanyang transmuted grade.

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Anonymous
January 22, 2016 at 10:19 PM delete

pahinge ko kopya ng bagong TOS

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Anonymous
February 13, 2016 at 6:09 PM delete

Im just a student yung grading system is good or bad pero ok naman to kaso na experience ko na ang line of 7 (76) dahil sa lack of records at nag take ako ng quiz nag take ako bg exam pero yung teacher yung problema wala siyang records sa akin sayang yung long quiz ko nawala yung papel tapos hindi na iya na record ako din ma dismayado kasi ito lang 76 nakuha ko sa whole life.. Ok pa yung KPUP no worries pero ito ok naman siya kaso yung teacher baka careless sa records sa kapwa kong estudyante sayang ang paghirapan kong grades sa ibang subjects

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May 4, 2016 at 9:20 AM delete

Sa tingin ko okay naman itong grading system na ito. Kasi, per my experience noong bata pa lang ako, marami akong mga kaklase na nawalan na ng pag-asang mag-aral kasi mababa grades nila knowing na nandun palang sila sa pinakamadaling stage ng education life nila. This type of grading system for k to 12 program Philippines would really be of big help to our young students.

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