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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

New Classroom Tarpapels Display Boards & Instructional Materials

New Classroom Tarpapels Display Boards & Instructional Materials

New Classroom Tarpapels Display Boards & Instructional Materials


High Resolution Display Materials Perfect for this Start of Classes for Classroom Structuring.

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Monday, April 24, 2017

END OF SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017 UPDATING OF LEARNER PROFILES ON THE LEARNER INFORMATION SYSTEM AND ADDITIONAL DATA REQUIREMENTS IN THE ENHANCED BASIC EDUCATION INFORMATION SYSTEM

END OF SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017 UPDATING OF LEARNER PROFILES ON THE LEARNER INFORMATION SYSTEM AND ADDITIONAL DATA REQUIREMENTS IN THE ENHANCED BASIC EDUCATION INFORMATION SYSTEM

END OF SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017 UPDATING OF LEARNER PROFILES ON THE LEARNER INFORMATION SYSTEM AND ADDITIONAL DATA REQUIREMENTS IN THE ENHANCED BASIC EDUCATION INFORMATION SYSTEM





To:
  • Undersecretaries
  • Assistant Secretaries Bureau and Service Directors Regional Secretary, ARMM Regional Directors Schools Division Superintendents
  • Public and Private Elementary and Secondary Schools Heads All Others Concerned
1. The Department of Education (DepEd) issues the enclosed guidelines on the End of School Year (SY) 2016-2017 Updating of Learner Profiles on the Learner Information System (LIS) and Additional Data Requirements in the Enhanced Basic Education Information System (EBEIS).

2. This DepEd Order aims to provide guidance to all concerned schools and learning centers on the End of SY updating of learners’ profiles and data collection of basic education statistics.

3. For End of SY 2016-2017 data, all public and private elementary and secondary schools, state universities and colleges (SUCs) offering elementary and secondary education, are directed to update their learners’ profiles and other data requirements through the LIS and EBEIS.

4. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is desired.

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No tax for Filipinos earning P21,000 or below monthly under revised DOF proposal

No tax for Filipinos earning P21,000 or below monthly under revised DOF proposal

No tax for Filipinos earning P21,000 or below monthly under revised DOF proposal


MANILA, Philippines – Under a revised proposal, Filipinos with a monthly income of P21,000 or below will be exempted from paying personal income tax, generating over P21,000 in savings annually.

This is among the tax reform plans included in the first package crafted and filed by the head of the House ways and means committee in close coordination with the Department of Finance (DOF).

Finance Undersecretary Karl Kendrick Chua said the revised Comprehensive Tax Reform Plan (CTRP) Package One under House Bill (HB) 4774 that was filed by Quirino Representative Dakila Cua retained DOF-proposed exemptions on the first P82,000 of earnings from the 13th month pay and other bonuses received by taxpayers.

This will, in turn, increase the threshold for those who will pay zero tax under the tax reform plan. (READ: Why PH has 2nd highest income tax in ASEAN)

Before Congress' Lenten break, the House ways and means committee chaired by Cua already agreed in principle to tackle the bill as a package, which puts to rest concerns that Congress might abandon the revenue-generating measures of the proposal and only pass the revenue-eroding portion lowering income tax rates.
"Tax rates for 99% of taxpayers will gradually decrease over the next few years of implementation under HB 4774," DOF's Chua said in a statement on Sunday, April 23.
"The simplified tax system will increase the take-home pay of most individuals, putting more money in people's pockets, which they can use to save for the future or spend on their families' needs, such as for tuition or school expenses of their children," he added.
Cua filed HB 4774 seeking changes to the National Internal Revenue Code last January 17, following extensive consultations with DOF officials on this tax reform plan.

HB 4774's proposed amendments to the Tax Code call for the lowering of personal income tax rates and a corresponding set of measures to compensate for the revenue losses.

Cua's bill retained the original DOF proposal of exempting those with a net taxable income of P250,000 and below, but included a provision exempting the first P82,000 in 13th month pay and other bonuses from the computation of income tax.


For instance, a call center agent who earns P21,000 a month with a gross income of P273,000 inclusive of the 13th month pay and other benefits will still fall under the zero-tax bracket.

Proposed changes

Under the current system, the call center agent, even with two dependents, would still have to pay P21,867 in income tax because of an outdated tax structure in which his or her net taxable income of P136,834 would still be taxed P8,500 plus 20% in excess of P70,000.

Chua noted that HB 4774 aims to correct this "income creeping" through the adoption of a simplified and fairer system where the call center agent's declared deductions and exemptions of P36,166 – inclusive of the 13th month pay and mandatory contributions – would be deducted from the gross income of P273,000. 

This will yield for this type of taxpayer a net taxable income of P236,834, which still falls under the zero-tax bracket, Chua said. 
"Under the tax reform plan, his take-home pay will effectively increase by P21,867 annually because he would no longer have to pay this amount of income tax under the current system," Chua explained.
"This tax policy reform under the bill is among the measures we are supporting to make the country's tax system simpler, fairer, and more equitable, especially for the poor and low-income Filipinos," he added.
The revised package under HB 4774 also includes lowering the rates for estate and donor's taxes, adjusting automobile and fuel excise taxes, and expanding the value-added tax (VAT) base but retaining the exemptions enjoyed by senior citizens and persons with disabilities. 

Complementary reforms to this revised tax package include introducing a sugar-sweetened beverage tax, indexing the motor vehicle user's charge to inflation, and granting an amnesty to past estate tax cases.

The estate tax, which is a tax imposed on the privilege of transferring ownership of properties upon the death of the owner, will also be reduced from the current maximum rate of 20% to 6%, under HB 4774. 

The bill also includes administrative reforms in the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) and Bureau of Customs (BOC) such as fuel marking and monitoring to prevent oil smuggling, the use of e-receipts, the mandatory connection of the point-of-sale system of all establishments to the BIR, and the relaxation of bank secrecy laws for investigating and combating tax fraud.

Chua said the Duterte administration's target is to ramp up spending on infrastructure to P1.83 trillion; on education and training to P1.27 trillion; on health to P272 billion;  and on social protection, welfare, and job generation for the poorest of the poor to P509 billion by 2022. This is a total public investment budget of P2.2 trillion.

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Implementing Guidelines on the Release and Utilization of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses Allocations for Senior High Schools

Implementing Guidelines on the Release and Utilization of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses Allocations for Senior High Schools

Implementing Guidelines on the Release and Utilization of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses Allocations for Senior High Schools



To:     Regional Directors
          Schools Division Superintendents
          Public Secondary School Heads
          All Others Concerned
  • For the information and guidance of all concerned, the Department of Education (DepEd) hereby issues the enclosed Implementing Guidelines on the Release and Utilization of Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) Allocations for Senior High Schools.
  • Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.
(Sgd)LEONOR MAGTOLIS BRIONES
Secretary

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GUIDE TO FILLING OUT THE PERSONAL DATA SHEET (PDS)

GUIDE TO FILLING OUT THE PERSONAL DATA SHEET (PDS)

GUIDE TO FILLING OUT THE PERSONAL DATA SHEET (PDS)


Warning: Any misrepresentation made in the Personal Data Sheet and the Work Experience Sheet shall cause the filing of administrative/criminal case/s against the person concerned. 

Please fill out each of the fields in the PDS when applicable. 

Note: 

  • The PDS may be accomplished using the MS Word format or MS Excel format.
  • In the MS Excel format, all the tick boxes will automatically be marked once clicked.
  • The PDS must bear the signature of the employee and date of accomplishment at the bottom of every page.
  • Entries in the PDS may be filled out through handwriting or via typewriter/computer.  If handwritten, entries should be in block capital (e.g. PRINT) format using a pen.  
  • All information should be provided accurately.
  • Do not leave blank entries.  Put N/A if not applicable.
  • For purposes of application to a vacant position, the additional sheet for work experience should be accomplished.

I. Personal Information

  • Employee’s name is to be filled out in the following format:  surname, first name, name extension (if any), middle name.  A space is allotted for each character or letter in the name.
  • Dates are in numeric format: mm/dd/yyyy
  • Specifics should be given to “Others” response in the civil status field.
  • Agency employee number refers to employee ID number in the current agency.
  • For holders of foreign/dual citizenship, please select from the dropdown list the foreign country where you were born/naturalized or type/write the same in the space provided therein.

II. Family Background

  • Names of spouse and parents are to be filled out the following format: surname, first name, name extension (if any), middle name.
  • Mother’s name is her maiden name, or name when she was single or before marriage.
  • List full names (first name and surname) of ALL your children.
  • Date of birth is in numeric format: mm/dd/yyyy

III. Educational Background

  • Indicate FULL name of schools.  DO NOT ABBREVIATE.
  • For Elementary Level, indicate PRIMARY EDUCATION if graduated 
  • For Secondary Level, indicate HIGH SCHOOL if graduated under the old curriculum; or JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL or SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL if graduated under the K-12 curriculum.
  • Indicate in FULL all courses taken in college (e.g. ASSOCIATE IN ARTS, AB ECONOMICS, BS PSYCHOLOGY, MA IN HISTORY).
  • Indicate all masters or doctorate degrees taken.
  • If graduated for every level, indicate year of graduation.
  • If not graduated in any level, indicate the highest grade, level or units earned.
  • Period of attendance are stated in school years (e.g. 1992-1996)
  • Indicate any scholarship and/or academic honors received in each level.

IV. Civil Service Eligibility

  • Indicate all civil service eligibilities earned with corresponding rating, date and place of examination/conferment.
  • If earned eligibility entails a license (RA 1080), indicate the license number and its date of validity.

V. Work Experience

  • Indicate all positions held both in the public and private employment starting from current work.
  • Inclusive dates are indicated in numeric format: mm/dd/yyyy.
  • Indicate FULL position titles and COMPLETE NAME of department/agency/office/company.  DO NOT ABBREVIATE.
  • Indicate monthly salary in figures (e.g. P21,877).
  • Salary grade and salary step, if applicable, should be stated in the format ”00-0” (e.g. 24-2, 24 for salary grade, 2 for salary step)
  • Indicate status of employment (e.g. permanent, temporary, casual, contractual)
  • Indicate “yes” under government service if position held is in the public or government employment or “no” if held in the private employment.
  • Additional sheet for work experience should be accomplished and submitted together with the PDS in case of application to a vacant position. This should be accomplished only for work experience relevant to the position being applied to.

VI. Voluntary Work or Involvement in Civic/Non-Government/People/ Voluntary Organizations

  • Indicate the FULL name and address of the organization where involved as voluntary worker.
  • Inclusive dates, start (from) and end (to) should be in numeric format: mm/dd/yyyy.
  • Indicate the number of hours of voluntary work rendered.
  • Indicate the position/nature of voluntary work rendered.

VII. Learning and Development Interventions

  • Indicate FULL titles of learning and development (L&D) interventions attended during employment.  Indicate list from the most recent L&D.
  • Inclusive dates of attendance, start (from) and end (to) should be in numeric format: mm/dd/yyyy.
  • Indicate the number of hours attended for program.
  • Indicate the type of L&D intervention (e.g. managerial, supervisory, technical).
  • Indicate the FULL name of institution/agency that conducted or sponsored the program.  DO NOT ABBREVIATE.  (e.g. CSC should be Civil Service Commission).

VIII. Other Information

  • Indicate special skills /hobbies.
  • Indicate in FULL non-academic distinctions/recognition (awards received)
  • Indicate membership in any professional association/organization by writing in FULL said association/organization.

# 34-40

  • Indicate response to questions 34 to 40 on the right side of the sheet.
  • Provide details or specifications for any yes response.

# 41

  • Indicate the FULL name of references with the format FIRST NAME, MI, SURNAME, their addresses and respective telephone numbers.

# 42

  • As agreement to and for completion of the PDS, the employee’s signature and right thumb mark should be affixed in the boxes provided.  Indicate also the government ID number and date of issuance in the boxes provided.  Lastly, attach a RECENT PASSPORT SIZE (4.5 cm. x 3.5 cm.) picture with COMPLETE AND HANDWRITTEN NAME TAG and SIGNATURE OVER PRINTED NAME. Picture must be taken within the last six (6) months. Computer generated or photocopied picture is not acceptable

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Sunday, April 23, 2017

All New Classroom Rules Instructional Materials for Classroom Structuring

All New Classroom Rules Instructional Materials for Classroom Structuring

All New Classroom Rules Instructional Materials for Classroom Structuring 


Classroom Rules

Classrooms can become better learning environments when teachers have rules, classroom management skills, and a belief that each child can be successful. Rules help create a predictable atmosphere that limit classroom disruptions and encourage children to use self-control. Children need to be taught that it is their responsibility to make appropriate choices and that they will be held accountable for their actions.


Here are some classroom rules you can follow for your Classroom Structuring, post on your walls so children can be guided. 

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