DepEd Orders

Schools are hereby enjoined to keep their students and faculty members fully informed of the finance of the school and the reason behind whatever increases it implements, whether with or without the prior approval of MECS as provided in MECS Order No. 25. A summary of the financial statements of the school and of the operating budget for 1985-86 shall be prominently posted at public places within school premises and otherwise made available to interested parties.
Posted on May 30, 1985
It has been pointed out by the Philippine Association for Graduate Education (PAGE) that there is at present no definite standard in terms of number of units as maximum load of graduate students. MEC Order No. 7, s. 1982, the Policies and Standards for Graduate Education, is silent about it. These results in the disparity of the number of units as maximum load allowed by different institutions for their students.
Posted on May 27, 1985
The inclosed classification of higher education programs offered in Philippine colleges/universities based on the International Standard Classification for Education (ISCED-1983) and the revised code systems for special orders and certifications are hereby issued for purposed of maintaining a uniform of records management system.
Posted on May 18, 1985
It is the policy of this Ministry to protect and preserve the integrity of the NCEE as an examination at all times. It therefore directs all personnel of this Ministry and the other members of the educational community to faithfully implement this policy.
Posted on May 17, 1985
Regional directors and schools superintendents are reminded of rules and regulations in regard to action on disciplinary and administrative cases. They are hereby directed to immediately start appropriate administrative procedures upon receipt of a duly executed complaint against a school official or teacher, and to conduct the investigation process with dispatch.
Posted on May 15, 1985
Section 2 of Presidential Decree No. 1706, otherwise known as the National Service Law (NSL) dated August 8, 1980, provides, among others, that national service shall be obligatory for all citizens of the Philippines and that it shall consist of three (3) main programs, namely: civic welfare service, law enforcement service, and military service.
Posted on April 25, 1985
Inclosed is a copy of National Compensation Circular No. 35 dated March 19, 1985, on the salary increases of national government officials and employees effective January 1, 1985 which is self-explanatory.
Posted on April 3, 1985
For the information and guidance of all concerned, there is inclosed a copy of Memorandum Circular No. 2, s. 1985, of the Civil Service Commission prescribing the guidelines on the filing of application for vacation leave of absence, which is self-explanatory.
Posted on April 2, 1985
Pursuant to the provision of LOI 1221 of the Office of the President and in line with the Ministry’s efforts to upgrade the quality of Madaris, standards and guidelines for applying for a permit to operate, renewal of courses and recognition of Madaris and for their operation have been formulated.
Posted on April 1, 1985
Beginning SY 1984-85, no school shall be allowed to conduct extension classes, whether in the same municipality or city where the main school is located, or in another municipality or city.
Posted on March 15, 1985