A PIDS study found that the K to 12 has provided teachers and nonteaching personnel with opportunities for professional growth by giving scholarship grants for training and higher studies. There is also increased collaboration among higher education institutions, industry organizations, and other sectors in the delivery of education programs and in the conceptualization of research projects with practical relevance and potential positive impacts on society. However, as with many novel projects, it is facing unanticipated implementation challenges (e.g., inadequate implementation systems and monitoring mechanisms, delayed release of project funding, coordination and communication issues), which the project continues to address and which the study has provided recommendations for.

Know more about the study titled “Process Evaluation of the CHED K to 12 Adjustment Assistance Program” here: https://pidswebs.pids.gov.ph/CDN/PUBLICATIONS/pidsdps1805.pdf.

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