Education during the Philippine Revolution

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Education during the Philippine Revolution:

E ducation during the Philippine Revolution

Reforms sought by Propaganda Movement:

Secularization of education R eforms sought by Propaganda Movement

Reforms sought by Propaganda Movement:

2. Instruction of Spanish R eforms sought by Propaganda Movement

Reforms sought by Propaganda Movement:

3. Greater attention to natural science for both male and female R eforms sought by Propaganda Movement

Reforms sought by Propaganda Movement:

4. The design of a relevant curriculum R eforms sought by Propaganda Movement

Reforms sought by Propaganda Movement:

5. The improvement of higher centers of learning R eforms sought by Propaganda Movement

Reforms sought by Propaganda Movement:

6. The establishment of an educational system comparable to those in progressive countries. R eforms sought by Propaganda Movement

Education during the American Occupation:

Education during the American Occupation

Aims of the Secondary Education-1902:

1.To fit students for higher educational work of a general nature. A ims of the Secondary Education-1902

Aims of the Secondary Education-1902:

2. To prepare for university work to be offered later in Manila. A ims of the Secondary Education-1902

Aims of the Secondary Education-1902:

3.To prepare Filipino teachers to carry on successfully the work of education A ims of the Secondary Education-1902

Aims of the Secondary Education-1902:

4. To educate for clerical positions and to be fit for the trades and agriculture. A ims of the Secondary Education-1902

Education during the Philippine Commonwealth:

E ducation during the Philippine Commonwealth

Changes in Educational Act of 1940:

1.Adjustment of school vacations to coincide with the working seasons in the Philippines. C hanges in Educational Act of 1940

Changes in Educational Act of 1940:

2. Reduction of school years of elementary education to 6 years. C hanges in Educational Act of 1940

Changes in Educational Act of 1940:

3.Increase in admission age to the public elementary schools to at most 9 years. C hanges in Educational Act of 1940

Changes in Educational Act of 1940:

4. Commitment to complete at least the primary course as a requirement for admission C hanges in Educational Act of 1940

Changes in Educational Act of 1940:

5. Adoption of the double-single session plan. C hanges in Educational Act of 1940

Changes in Educational Act of 1940:

6. Adoption of one-teacher one class plan C hanges in Educational Act of 1940

Changes in Educational Act of 1940:

7. Support of the national government to elementary education. C hanges in Educational Act of 1940