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Deped Issuances on the Different Special Interest Programs, Senior High School and Alternative Delivery Modes




Special Interest Programs include the following: Special Program in Journalism (SPJ), Special Program in the Arts (SPA), Special Program in Foreign Language (SPFL), Special Program in Sports (SPS); Special Science Program (SSP) like Special Science Elementary School (SSES) and Science, Technology and Engineering (STE) and Special Education Program (SPED). On the other hand, the ADM covers programs like the open high school, night high school, home education program and the rural farm school.

DepED Issuances on the Different Special Interest Programs, Senior High School and Alternative Delivery Modes

ProgramsDepED Issuances
a. Special EducationDepED Order No. 15, s 2014 - FY 2014 Guidelines on the Utilization of Financial Assistance to Schools Implementing Special Curricular Programs
DepED Order No. 99, s 2009 - Organization of Headstart Classes for the Gifted and Talented Preschoolers
DepED Order No. 6, s. 2006 - Policies and Guidelines for Special Education at the Secondary Level
DECS Order No. 111, s 2000 - Recognized Special Education (SPED) Centers in the Philippines
DECS Order No. 26, s. 1997 - Institutionalization of SPED Programs in All Schools
DECS Order No. 117, s. 1987 - Policies and Guidelines for Special Education
Special Science for Elementary SchoolsDepED Order No. 15, s. 2014
DepED Order No. 57, s. 2011 - Policy Guidelines in the Implementation of the Special Science Elementary Schools (SSES) Project
Special Program for the SportsDepED Order No. 15, s. 2014
DepED Order No. 46, s. 2012 - Policy Guidelines on the Implementation of Special Curricular Programs at the Secondary Level
DepEd Order No. 25, s. 2015 - Implementing Guidelines in Special Program in Sports
Special Program for the ArtsDepED Order No. 15, s. 2014
DepED Order No. 46, 2012
Special Program for JournalismDepED Order No. 46, 2012
Science, Technology and Engineering Program (formerly ESEPDepED Order No. 15, s. 2014
DepED Order No. 55, s. 2010 - Policies and Guidelines on Strengthening Science and Mathematics Education at the Secondary Level
DepED Order No. 40, s. 2010 - Expansion of S & T (ESEP) High Schools Effective SY 2010-2011
DepED Order No. 41, s. 2004 - Revised Curriculum of the 110 S & T Oriented (ESEP) High Schools
DECS Order No. 37, s. 1998 - The Establishment of the Pilot Provincial Science and Technology High Schools
DECS Order No. 69, s. 1993 - Science High Schools
Special Program in Foreign LanguageDeped Order No. 55, s. 2009 - Guidelines on Offering Foreign Languages like Spanish, French and Nihongo (Japanese) as Elective subjects in the Third and Fourth Year Levels of High Schools
Senior High SchoolDO No. 51, s. 2015 - Guidelines on the Implementation of Senior High School (SHS) Program in Existing Public Junior High School (JHSs) and Integrated Schools (ISs), Establishment of Stand-Alone Public SHSs and Conversion of Existing Public Elementary and JHSs into Stand-Alone SHSs
Alternative Delivery ModeDO No. 46, s. 2006 - Guidelines on the Pilot Implementation of the Open High School Program
Do No. 54, s. 2012 - Policy Guidelines on the Implementation of the Alternative Delivery Modes (ADMs)
MECS Order No. 23, s. 1986 - Promotion and Reclassification of Students of Secondary Schools Night Classes
DECS Memorandum No. 216, s. 1997 - Home Education Program
DM No. 176, s. 2013 - Dissemination of Republic Act 10819 (An Act Establishing Rural Farm Schools as Alternative Delivery Mode of Secondary Education And Appropriating Funds Therefor)
DO No. 36, s. 2015 - Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) or Republic Act 10618 (An Act Establishing Rural Farm Schools as Alternative Delivery Mode of Secondary Education And Appropriating Funds Therefor)

Guidelines in the Implementation of Special Interest Programs (SIPs), Senior High School (SHS) and Alternative Delivery Modes (ADM)

LevelObjectiveActivitiesDocuments to be prepared and submittedTimeline
SchoolTo prepare different documents, resources and facilities neededa. Preparation for the implementation1. Application Letter

2. Feasibility studies and Project Proposal

3. List of Qualified learners

4. Assessment tool in identifying qualified learners

5. Assessment Results

6. Parents' Consent

7. Class Program

8. Teachers' Program

9. Teachers' Qualification Standards

10.Inventory of facilities and needed resources
October to December
SDOTo review documents submitted by the schoolsa. Receive the application letter with the required documents

b. Evaluate documents

c. Endorse to the RO
1. EndorsementJanuary of the succeeding year
ROTo issue endorsement/a pproval for the applicationsa. Receive the application with the required documents

b. Review the documents

c. Do on-site validation

d. Issue endorsement / approval
1. Accomplished Checklist of Requirements

2. On-site Validation Report

3. Endorsement/A pproval
February to April (succeeding year)
SchoolTo implement the programa. Implement the program1. Narrative ReportJune (succeeding year)

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