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DepEd Guidelines in the Identification of Excess Teachers and Master Teachers in the School

Pursuant to Planning Standards, the guidelines in the identification of excess master teachers and teachers in the schools are as follows:

Guidelines in the Identification of Excess Teachers and Master Teachers in the School

Level/ClassStandardsRemarks
Kindergarten25 learners or maximum of 30 learners per session1 teacher per 2 sessions
Multigrade classes (MG)Maximum of 25 learners consisting of 2 consecutive grade levels (Grade 1&2, Grades 3&4, Grades 5&6)1 teacher per class consisting of
2 consecutive grade levels or 3 teachers for every MG school
Grades 1&230 learners per class, maximum of 35 learnersDouble shifts or 1 teacher for 2 sessions
Grade 330 learners per class, maximum of 35 learners1 teacher per class
Grade 440 learners per class, maximum of 45 learners1 teacher per class
Grades 5-1040 learners per class, maximum of 45 learners5 teachers in every 3 classes or
5:3 as specialization factor
Grades 11-12Maximum of 40 learners per class9 teachers in every 6 classes (9:6) as specialization factor

Master Teachers

LevelStandards
Elementary10% of the total number of teachers
Secondary10% of the Total No. of Teachers with Same Area of Specialization

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