OVERVIEW OF THE PHILIPPINE PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL HEADS (PPSSH)

PHILIPPINE PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR SCHOOL HEADS (PPSSH)

1. National Competency-Based Standards for
    School Heads (NCBSSH)
2. Philippine Professional Standards for  
    School Heads (PPSSH)
  2.1. Overview
  2.2.  Background
  2.3. Rationale
  2.4. Objectives
  2.5. Policy Statement
  2.6. Framework
  2.7. Principles
  2.8. Career Stages
  2.9. Structure
  2.10. Domains

National Competency-Based Standards for School Heads (NCBSSH) Dep Ed Order No. 32, s. 2010

7 Domains
Domain 1School Leadership
Domain 2Instructional Leadership
Domain 3Creating a Student-Centered Learning Climate
Domain 4HR Management and Professional Development
Domain 5Parent Involvement & Community Partnership
Domain 6School Management and Operation
Domain 7Personal & Professional Attributes & Interpersonal Effectiveness

National Adoption and Implementation of the Philippine Professional Standards for School Heads Dep Ed Order No. 24, s. 2020

The DepEd recognizes the roles of school heads in improving the quality of basic education in the Philippines. It upholds that quality student learning is contingent upon quality teachers who are supported by quality school leaders.It also recognizes the importance of professional standards in the continuing PD and advancement of school heads.

The PPSSH serves as a public statement of professional accountability of school heads. It sets out what school heads are expected to know, be able to do, and value as they progress in their profession.

It provides for a common language for high-impact leadership expected of school heads to guide individual professional reflections, as well as professional discussions among educational leaders and other stakeholders, and to inform the provision of professional learning and development for school heads.

According to DepEd, the DO 42, S. 2017 – NATIONAL ADOPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PHILIPPINE PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR TEACHERS.

  1. In line with the new professional standards for teachers,  the Department of Education (DepEd), through the Teacher Education Council (TEC), issues this DepEd Order entitled National Adoption and Implementation of the Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers (PPST). 
  2. The DepEd recognizes the importance of professional standards in the continuing professional development and advancement of teachers based on the principle of lifelong learning. It is committed to supporting teachers, and taking cognizance of unequivocal evidence that good teachers are vital to raising student achievement. Quality learning is contingent upon quality teaching. Hence, enhancing teacher quality becomes of utmost importance for long term and sustainable nation building.
  3. The changes brought about by various national and global frameworks such as the K to 12 Reform, ASEAN Integration, globalization, and the changing character of the 21st century learners necessitate the improvements and call for the rethinking of the National Competency-Based Teacher Standards (NCBTS); hence, the development of the PPST.
  4. The PPST aims to:
  1. set out clear expectations of teachers along well-defined career stages of professional development from beginning to distinguished practice;
  2. engage teachers to actively embrace a continuing effort in attaining proficiency; and
  3. apply a uniform measure to assess teacher performance, identify needs, and provide support for professional development.
  4. The PPST shall be used as a basis for all learning and development programs for teachers to ensure that teachers are properly equipped to effectively implement the K to 12 Program. It can also be used for the selection and promotion of teachers. All performance appraisals for teachers shall be based on this set of standards.
  5. The regional offices shall be supported by their training and development personnel to organize and orient all the schools divisions within their jurisdiction for the PPST. In addition, it shall take charge of the monitoring and evaluation at the division level implementation. The schools division office shall have the same functions and responsibilities in the school districts and secondary schools.
  6. Reporting of the orientation and related activities shall be done by the regional office to the Office of the Secretary through the Teacher Education Council.
  7. Immediate dissemination of and strict compliance with this Order is directed.

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