The government believes that K to 12 Curriculum in the Philippines will put Filipino students at quality with the rest of the world. Truly, investing in education is the key toward reaching national growth and development.
The parents involved in the study state that this program is a must. Because the primary objective of this is to improve the quality of education. The most important contribution of K12 to the students is to improve their abilities and skills.
The program aims to uplift the quality of education in the Philippines in order for graduates to be easily employed. The program also aims to meet the standards required for professionals who would want to work abroad.
Most importantly, the system aims to fully enhance and develop the students in order for them to be well-prepared especially in emotional and cognitive aspects. Through this, graduates will be able to face the pressures of their future workplace.
There may be a lot of factors to consider for the K+12 Education to succeed. But as long as we open our minds to change and we will take it on a positive way, we will definitely attain our most-aspired educational standards which will play a great role in our country’s development and will therefore, uplift us from poverty.
Batas Pambansa blg.232 or the education act of 1986 defines elementary education as the first stage of compulsory, formal education and usually corresponding to six or seven grades, including preschool. To achieve universal primary education, and objectives of education for all (EFA) the inclusion of preschool, currently known as kindergarten in the basic education cycle, making it free and compulsory is presently being considered at the policy level. Kindergarten education or the K+12 will prepare 5 year old children physically, socially, emotionally, and mentally for formal schooling.K+12 will increase the children chance of surviving and completing formal schooling, reducing dropouts incidence and insuring better school performance. The universal Kindergarten education will the readiness and foundationally skills of the