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DepEd Theme Song and Music Video, “Isang Pangarap”

In line with our national campaign for quality education, “Sulong Edukalidad”, the Office of the Undersecretary for Administration (OUA) and Public Affairs Service (PAS) have produced the Department of Education’s theme song and music video entitled, “Isang Pangarap”, which highlight the reforms introduced by the current administration for the past five years. “Isang Pangarap” captures our agency’s vision: “We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose competencies and values enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building the nation”. The theme song and music video were featured during our National School Opening Day Program for the Opening of Academic Year 2021 – 2022 last September 13, 2021.

In this regard, I am encouraging all Central Office Bureaus and Services, Regional and Division Offices to promote the use of our theme song and/or music video in all our department programs, activities, and events. The theme song and/or music video can be played during intermissions. I am also instructing OUA and PAS to disseminate copies of our theme song and music video to all our field offices.

Chorale groups within DepEd offices and schools can also perform their own renditions of our theme song. Attached in this memorandum is the music sheet of “Isang Pangarap” for your reference.

For your information and compliance. Thank you.

Isang Pangarap (DepEd Theme Song) Full Score

Words & Music by: Arnie Mendaros


Isang Pangarap Music Video

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