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Ratee, Rater, and Approving Authority in the RPMS

DepEd Order No. 2, s. 2015, or the Guidelines on the Establishment and Implementation of the Results-based Performance Management System (RPMS) in the Department of Education, establishes who the ratees are and their corresponding raters and approving authorities. See table below as reference to the expanded version of ratee-rater matrix.

Matrix of RPMS Ratee-Rater-Approving Authority

Ratee/TeacherRater/ObserverApproving Authority
Regular Teachers
Head Teacher
Master Teacher
Principal/ School HeadSuperintendent
Small and Medium Divisions

Assistant Superintendent
Large and Very Large Divisions
TeacherPrincipal/ School HeadSuperintendent
Small and Medium Divisions

Assistant Superintendent
Large and Very Large Divisions
TeacherMaster Teacher/ Head Teacher/ Assistant PrincipalPrincipal/ School Head
ALS Implementers (school-based)Master Teacher/ Head Teacher/ Assistant PrincipalPrincipal/ School Head
ALS Implementers (community learning centers-based)Education Program Specialist for ALSChief of Curriculum Implementation Division (CID)
Full-Time Teacher Broadcasters (TBs)
TBs holding Teacher I-III positionsAny TB holding Master Teacher I-IV positions, preferably in the same learning areaDirector IV, ICTS
TBs holding Master
Teacher I-IV positions
Director IV, ICTSDirector IV, ICTS

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  2. Download DepEd RPMS Tools for SY 2021-2022
  3. General Guidelines for the RPMS Alternative Classroom Observation
  4. RPMS-PPST Performance Objectives, Indicators, and Means of Verifications for SY 2021-2022
  5. RPMS Teacher Reflection Form (TRF) Rubric for Master Teacher I-IV
  6. RPMS Teacher Reflection Form (TRF) for Teacher I-III
  7. RPMS Teacher Reflection Form (TRF) Rubric for Teacher I-III
  8. RPMS Teacher Reflection Form (TRF) for Master Teacher I-IV
  9. Self-Assessment Tool for Teacher I-III (Proficient Teachers) for SY 2021-2022
  10. Self-Assessment Tool for Master Teacher I-IV (Highly Proficient Teachers) for SY 2021-2022
  11. Classroom Observation Tools-RPMS Inter-Observer Agreement Form
  12. Classroom Observation Tools-RPMS Observation Notes Form
  13. Classroom Observation Tool (COT)-RPMS Teacher I-III Rating Sheet
  14. Classroom Observation Tool (COT)-RPMS Master Teacher I-IV Rating Sheet
  15. Classroom Observation Tools-RPMS for Highly Proficient Teachers (Master Teacher I-IV)
  16. Classroom Observation Tools-RPMS for Proficient Teachers (Teacher I-III)

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  1. Is there a legal basis of DepEd Order or Memo that the Approving Authority, Validators can change the agreed rating of the rater (school head) and ratee (teacher)?

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