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Philippine Public Schools

Teacher Welfare and Benefits

Undersecretary Jesus LR Mateo


Education Summit 2017
“The quality of an education system
cannot exceed the quality of its
teachers.”
(McKinsey and Co., 2007)
The Department of Education
in Numbers
The Philippines
7,107 islands
3 island groups
18 regions
81 provinces
100,980,000 people
DepEd Organization Structure
1 Central Office

18 Regional Offices

Schools Division
221 Offices

Public
46,739
Schools
With ARMM
Our Schools

SCHOOLS ELEMENTARY SECONDARY TOTAL

Public 38,803 8,082 46,739


(5,990 offering SHS)

Private 7,472 5,560 12,072


(5,028 offering SHS)

As of Oct. 2016
Our Learners

26, 224, 798


(Quick Count)

As of March 2016
DepEd Nationwide Profile

As of March 2016
DepEd Nationwide Profile

As of March 2016
Creation of Teaching Items

As of March 2016 Year 2017 = 54, 077


THE PHILIPPINE
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS
FOR TEACHERS
Capturing teacher quality

K to 12 21st Century
(2013) Skills

National
Philippine
Competency-
Professional
based Teacher
Standards
Standardsfor
Teachers
(NCBTS)
Philippine
ASEAN Integration/
Qualifications Internationalization
Framework

Source: PNU-RCTQ
Three things that matter most in top school systems
(McKinsey and Co., 2007)

Getting the right Developing


people to them into
become teachers effective
instructors

Ensuring that
the system is able
to deliver the best
possible
instruction for
every child
Source: PNU-RCTQ
Philippine Professional Standard for Teachers
(framework for teacher quality)

Career Stage I Career Stage II Career Stage III Career Stage IV

Beginning Teachers Proficient Teachers Highly Proficient Teachers Distinguished Teachers

Concerns an Concerns
Concerns
acceptable standard exemplary teachers
accomplished
Concerns people for all teachers. It who have
practitioners who
who complete their should be a developed skills to
mentor and work
training from TEIs standard reached lead colleagues in
collegially with other
within the first few promoting quality
staff
years of teaching learning
Philippine Professional Standard for Teachers
(framework for teacher quality)

Career Stage I Career Stage II Career Stage III Career Stage IV

Domain 1: Content Knowledge and Pedagogy


Domain 2: Learning Environment
Domain 3: Diversity of Learners
Domain 4: Curriculum and Planning
Domain 5: Assessment and Reporting
Domain 6: Community Linkages and Professional Engagement
Domain 7: Personal Growth and Professional Development
Entry into Career
Teacher Performance Professional
the Advancement
Preparation Evaluation Learning and Recognition
Profession
Selection
Criteria for Accreditation of
LET RPMS Learning Programs
TMS
Education
courses Coaching,
Pre-service
RSPI Mentoring, and M&E of Learning R&R
curriculum Feedback

Evaluating support Development


programs
L&D Licensing
Evaluation

Philippine Professional Standard for Teachers


(framework for teacher quality)
HUMAN RESOURCE
INTERVENTIONS
RECRUITMENT, SELECTION,
PLACEMENT, AND INDUCTION
Merit

Accountability Fitness

Merit
Selection
Plan

Transparency Competence

REVISION OF Equal
Opportunity
THE MERIT
SELECTION PLAN
Career Lines for Teachers
RESULTS-BASED PERFORMANCE
MANAGEMENT
RPMS Framework
VISION, MISSION,
VALUES
(VMV)
WHAT HOW
Strategic Values
Priorities

CENTRAL
Department/ Competencies
Functional Area
REGIONAL
Goals
Core
DIVISION

Leadership
KRAs and
SCHOOLS
Objectives Functional
*PPST

DEPED RPMS FRAMEWORK


The framework aligns efforts to enable DepEd to actualize its strategic goals and vision.
Agency Planning and and
Directions
Career
Succession
HR Planning and
Recruitment

Training and
Manpower RPMS
Development Job Design and
Work
Relationships

Rewards and
Recognition Compensation
Employee Relations and Benefits
RPMS Tools within the RPMS Cycle
Performance
Performance Monitoring and
Proposed RPMS Self-Assessment
Tools: According to
Planning and Coaching
• Tool for TI-III Career Stage Commitment (November)
(0-3 years in
(May)
service) RPMS Tools (with
• Tool for TI-III RPMS Tools (with forms) for Teachers and
Self-Assessment Master Teachers
(more than 3 forms) for Teachers
Tool (RPMS subset) Classroom Observation
years in and Master Teachers Tool –RPMS subset
service)
• Tool for
Master
Teachers Learning Action Cells

Performance Performance
Rewarding and Review and
Development Evaluation
Planning (April)
RPMS Tools (with forms) RPMS Tools (with forms)
for Teachers and Master for Teachers and Master
Teachers Teachers
Classroom Classroom
LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
LD Cycle

LEARNING
NEEDS
ANALYSIS

INTERVENTION
MONITORING &
EVALUATION PPST DESIGN &
DEVELOPMENT

INTERVENTION
DELIVERY
70-20-10
Learning Model
Learn and develop through
Learn and develop Learn and develop
structured courses and
through experience through others
programs (formal education)

70% 20% 10%

90% Experiential learning and


development
Geographical
cross posting Seminars/ Coaching/
Workshops Counseling
Formal
education/
Benchmarking classes

Sample Learning Action


Functional Learning and Development Cells
cross Interventions
posting

Developmental/
lateral career move
Job
enhancement/ Assignment to task
redesign forces/committees/
Self-management special projects
learning
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Monthly Basic Salary of Public School Teachers
Salary Monthly Basic Salary in Philippine Peso
Grade 2012 2018 2019
Teacher I 11 18,549 20,179 20,754
Teacher II 12 19,940 22,149 22,938
Teacher III 13 21,436 24,224 25,232
Master Teacher I 18 31,351 38,085 40,637
Master Teacher II 19 33,859 42,009 45,269
Master Teacher III 20 36,567 47,037 51,155 Approximately
Master Teacher IV 21 39,493 52,554 57,805 60% of licensed
teachers in the
Head Teacher I 13 21,436 24,224 25,232
private schools
Header Teacher II 14 23,044 26,494 27,755
earn roughly
Head Teacher III 15 24,887 29,010 30,531
P12,500.00 a
Head Teacher IV 16 26,878 31,765 33,584
month.
Head Teacher V 17 29,028 34,781 36,942
Head Teacher VI 18 31,351 38,085 40,637
Principal I 18 31,351 38,085 40,637
Principal II 19 33,859 42,099 45,269
Principal III 20 36,567 47,037 51,155
Principal IV 21 39,493 52,554 57,805

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Compensation and Benefits
Particulars Amount Frequency Legal Basis
Refer to the
DBM NBC No. 546 dated
Basic Salary Attached Salary Monthly
February 24, 2016
Schedule
Personnel Economic DBM NBC No. 2009 -3 dated
2, 000.00 Monthly
Relief Allowance (PERA) August 18, 2009
* Representation and Refer to the
Monthly DBM NBC No. 546, dated
Transportation Attached RATA
January 17, 2013
Allowance (RATA) Schedule
One (1) month basic DBM NBC No. 546 dated
Mid-Year Bonus Annually
salary February 24, 2016
One (1) month basic
Year-End Bonus Annually DBM NBC No. 2010 -1 dated
salary
April 28, 2010
Cash Gift 5,000.00 Annually

* Applicable only for Division Chiefs positions and above


Compensation and Benefits
Particulars Amount Frequency Legal Basis
DBM Circular Letter Nos. 3-
97, 2001-6 and 2002-3
Productivity Incentive
2,000.00 Annually dated January 31, 1997,
Benefit (PIB)
March 2, 2001 and January
2, 2002
Ranges from
35,000.00 Executive Order No. 80 s.
(Highest) to 2012 entitled Directing the
Performance-Based
5,000.00 (Lowest) Annually Adoption of a Performance
Bonus (PBB)
depending on the Based Incentive System
performance of (PBIS) for Gov't Employees
each delivery unit
Productivity DBM Budget Circular No.
Annually
Enhancement 5,000.00 2013-3 dated November
Incentive (PEI) 21, 2013
Compensation and Benefits
Particulars Amount Frequency Legal Basis
DBM NBC No. No. 2012-1
Clothing Allowance 5,000.00 Annually
dated February 23, 2012
10th year: P10,000.00
15th year: P5,000.00
20th year: P5,000.00
COA Circular No. 2013-
Loyalty Pay 25th year: P5,000.00
003A s. 2013
30th year: P5,000.00
35th year: P5,000.00
40th year: P5,000.00
One (1) Step Increment shall be
granted to officials and employees for Joint CSC and DBM Circular
Step Increment
three (3) years of continuous No. 1, s. 1990
satisfactory service in the position
Thank you!