CHR wants Marcos Admin to implement DepEd’s BPED 2030
The Commission on Human Rights urged the Marcos administration to ensure the efficient implementation of the Department of Education’s Basic Education Development Plan 2030.
“To ensure our sustainable recovery every child must acquire the knowledge and skills that will guarantee equal opportunities and will enable them to meaningfully contribute to nation-building,” De Guia said.
DepEd launched its BEDP 2030 last week to improve the quality of basic education in the country.
It is the department’s long-term plan for basic education to address the immediate impact of Covid19 pandemic.
De Guia commended DepEd’s responsiveness to the existing issues in education “especially those that were compounded due to the pandemic.”
“The CHR recognizes this effort of DepEd to enhance access, equity, quality, and resiliency of our education system through structured goals and long-term plans,” she added.
De Guia said experts also fear the long-term effects of student disengagement from traditional school system and potential learning loss may impact their future prospects.
“With the launch of BEDP 2030, we are hopeful that this long-term framework will ensure that every Filipino student is afforded quality education,” De Guia said.