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DepEd Instructions for MLESF Initial Consolidation and Reporting

The Department of Education (DepEd) Planning Service releases the Official Automated MLESF Summary Matrix Consolidator for the School Year 2021-2022.

For harmonizing MLESF, MLESF Summary Matrix, and LIS Quick Count Encoding requirements, here are the instructions and reminders in Updating LIS Quick Count Facility and Preparation and Processing of MLESF Summary of Selected Data as of August 18, 2021, from the School Forms Reengineering Team (SFRT).

INSTRUCTIONS AND REMINDERS IN UPDATING LIS QUICK COUNT FACILITY

Overview of the Collection, Processing, and Recording of MLESF Summary Data

In order to help our schools to have a ready reference in encoding summarized/initially processed select MLESF data, the PS provides an option of using the Automated Summary Matrix Tool before encoding data to LIS Quick Count. If or when the school preferred to use their own consolidation tool or strategy, it may do so provided that the data requirement in LIS Quick Count is satisfied and will not cause delay.

The Illustration below shows the basic consolidation method and reporting of selected data from MLESF to Summary Matrix and eventually in LIS Quick Count:

Detailed Instruction in the Preparation and Processing of MLESF Summary of Selected Data

MLESFSummary MatrixLIS Quick Count Facility
C2. Highest Educational Attainment
-Father
-Mother
-Guardian
C2. Highest Educational Attainment
-Select ONLY the individual with the Highest Educational Attainment
D1. How many of your household members (including the enrollee) are studying in School Year 2021-2022? Please specify each.
selection per learner and specific grade level
D1. How many of your household members (including the enrollee) are studying in School Year 2021-2022? -No. of Learner/s in a Household
-Total count/quantity of learner/s studying in schools in SY2021-2022
-if there are 7 or more learners attending classes, select Column 7 or more.
D2. Who among the household members can provide instructional support to the child’s distance learning? Choose all that applies.
-selection per level of family relationship/non-relative
-extended family
D2. Who among the household members can provide instructional support to the child’s distance learning?
-Selection of an individual or combinations of family or non-family members
-other family member is equivalent to extended family
D3. What devices are available at home that the learner can use for learning? Check all that applies.
-selection of specific and per type of device/gadget or equipment
D3. What devices are available at home that the learner can use for learning?
-Selection of specific/combinations of devices/gadgets/equipment
General specification of Television (regardless of Cable or Non-Cable TV)
General specification of Cellular phone (regardless of a smartphone or basic cellphone)
Tablet is included under the general classification of Cellular phone if the tablet is among the available devices at home. If the tablet is the only device available, select Tablet only in the list
D4. Is there an internet signal in your area?
-Selection for Yes or No
D4. Is there an internet signal in your area?
-Selection for Yes or No
Not Needed/Did not Ask
D5. How do you connect to the internet? Choose all that applies.
-selection of specific way/method of connecting to internet service
D5. How do you connect to the internet?
-Selection of particular/combination of methods connecting internet service
D6. What distance learning modality/ies do you prefer for your child? Choose all that applies.
-selection of preferred modality/ies
D6. What distance learning modality/ies do you prefer for your child?
-Selection of specific/combination of preferred modality/ies
-for combination of modalities not specified in the list, choose “blended” learning
D7. What are the challenges that may affect your child’s learning process through distance education? Choose all that applies.
-Selection of challenges
D7. What are the challenges that may affect your child’s learning process through distance education?
-Selection of specific/combination of challenges
E1. In case limited face-to-face classes will be allowed, are you willing to allow your child/ children to participate?
-Selection for Yes or No
E1. In case limited face-to-face classes will be allowed, are you willing to allow your child/children to participate?
-Selection for Yes or No
E. Are you willing to allow your child to participate in limited face-to-face classes? If not, please select the major consideration
-E1 & E2 was combined.
-For the “No” responses, choose major reason or consideration
E.2 If the answer is no , please select only 1 major consideration or state-specific reason
Selection of reason of hesitation
E.2 If the answer is no , please select only 1 major consideration or state-specific reason
Selection of reason of hesitation

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