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ALS Program Completers: A&E Readiness Test (AERT) & Temporary Enrollment

This has reference to the on-going enrolment for School Year 2020-2021 which will end on June 30, 2020.

Please be informed that per the Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA) the Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) test scheduled this year for ALS program completers of SY 2019-2020 and previous years will not push through due to the COVID-19 pandemic. DepEd Order 55 s. 2016 provides that takers of the A&E test can proceed to Grade 7 for Elementary Level passers and Grade 11 for Junior High School Level passers. Consistent with the Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan which recognizes the role of national examinations as a necessary part of quality assurance, the ALS Task Force will administer the A&E Readiness Test (AERT) in lieu of the A&E Test at the latter part of the 3rd quarter of 2020.

In this connection, all School Heads of public secondary schools are directed to accept Elementary Level ALS program completers who will enroll in Grade 7, and Junior High School Level ALS program completers who will enroll in Grade 11 on a provisional status while waiting for the result of the AERT. Existing formal school enrollment templates shall be used for the temporary enrollment of the said learners. A Certificate of Program Completion duly signed by their ALS teachers shall be presented by prospective enrollees upon enrollment.

For Beginning of School Year (BOSY) 2020-2021 encoding in the Learner Information System (LIS), above mentioned learners will be tagged as “temporary enrolled/provisional status” in the system. Encoding of Learner Enrollment and Survey Form (LESF) data in the LIS EOSY module is until June 30, 2020.

In case the provisional enrollees do not pass the AERT, they may re-enroll in the ALS program to continue their learning and master the required competencies.

For SY 2020-2021, ALS teachers are also instructed to re-enroll learners from the previous school year who are non-completers using the required form.

For any clarifications or inquiries, contact the ALS Task Force at (02) 8636 -3603 or through email at als.taskforce@deped.gov.ph.

A&E Test para sa SY 2019-2020

Ayon sa Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA), hindi tuloy ang Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) Test na naka-schedule ngayong taon para sa ALS Program completers ng SY 2019-2020 at ng mga nakaraang taon dahil sa COVID-19 pandemic.

Kaya isasagawa ng ALS Task Force ang A&E Readiness Test (AERT) sa huling bahagi ng 3rd quarter ng 2020 bilang kapalit ng naudlot na A&E Test ngayong taon.

Non-completer at non-passer

Kung ang provisional enrollee ay Hindi pumasa Sa AERT, maaaring mag-enroll muli sa ALS Program upang ipagpatuloy ang kanilang pag-aaral at i-master ang kinakailangang competencies.

Para sa SY 2020-2021, ang ALS teachers ay inaatasan din na I-enrolI muli ang mga mag-aaral na non-completer muia sa nakaraang school year gamit ang kinakailangang form.

Temporary enrollment para sa ALS completers

Habang hinihintay ang resulta ng AERT, tatanggapin sa public schools bilang provisional status ngayong SY 2020-2021 ang mga sumusunod:

ALS Program Elementary level completers na mag-eenroll sa Grade 7

ALS Program Junior High School level completers na mag-eenroll sa Grade 11

Ang mga mag-eenroll ay dapat magpakita ng Certificate of Program Completion na pirmado ng kanilang ALS teacher.

ALS Program Completers: A&E Readiness Test (AERT) & Temporary Enrollment

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6 thoughts on “ALS Program Completers: A&E Readiness Test (AERT) & Temporary Enrollment”

  1. Ako po ay temporarily enrolled sa Public school as SHS, waiting po sa update ng test sana makapasa sabi po samin this January 2021 at computer based, kaya nag hahanap napo ako ng pointers to review online na makaka tulong sakin, sana makapasa tiwala lang ☝????☺️

  2. does it meant if u enrollled and doesnt pass the exam then u will be forced to get kicked out of the school?
    or u can continue studying at the school at the same time apply on als again? im confused.

    • According to the memorandum from DepEd, all non-passers should be re-enrolled using their old application form. There’s no kick-out or whatsoever happen, the non-passer have still a chance to take ALS until they’ve passed the A & E Test.


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