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Various schemes will have to be added to make sure that the flexibility of the system is used, such as a GED module for those who did not finish HS, V/T credentials applied to tertiary ed., etc. These can be possible only if there are shared standards within the country and across countries.
Training for a livelihood is part of V/T, which should be separate from K-12, although there may be aspects of it in the program if tracks are employed. The training period usually ranges from a few weeks to a few months, depending on skill needs to be learned. The catch is that the necessary skills needed to make the training effective comes from the K-12 program.
The same goes for college or university, as there will be no more general education subjects on that level. The skills needed to make education on that level effective will come from K-12.
The public can make good use of the cultural institutions of the country which are supported publicly through liberal arts learned in the K-12 program as well.
Tertiary ed will have to require three years of majors, following the Bologna and other accords. More details might be found in links shared previously.
Given that, a more logical system would be a K-12 program (i.e., the two years of college liberal arts moved to HS), with only one year of V/T needed to start work. The first six months of work will serve as OJT, which happens anyway as workers are given probationary status during this period.
This also frees up college to require three years of majors, which is needed anyway as this is the standard for the Bologna accord. In various cases, part of V/T can be credited as part of the three years of majors if the worker decides to pursue a degree (as a requirement for being promoted to manager, for example).
eh yung mga kumpanya na papasukan nila?
kahit sabihin natin na pede naman ang mga k-12 grad na mahire sa ganung trabaho pero kalaban nila eh college
grad pa rin.
ano mas gusto ng mga kumpanya ngayon.
k-12 grad or college grad?
bottom line is?
masgugustuhin pa rin ng mga employers ang college grad.
kahit sabihin natin na mag hihire sila ng k-12 grads.
kung kalaban nila eh college grads.
maspipiliin pa rin ang?
could we send k-12 grads abroad to work w/o additional training?
i don't think so.
kung pipiliin nila yan.
masmawawalan pa ng trabaho ang mga grumaduate ng college.
kahit sabihin natin sinusuportahan ng mga businesses ang mga k-12 grad.
kung ang kalaban nga nila sa pwesto eh college grads.
sino ang maspipiliin ihire?
"Business sector endorses K+12 program"
And it's not just PH business organizations but foreign organizations in PH. In one MoA, they stated that the reason why many businesses in PH require a college degree is because of the ten-year program.
Word. Opposing Government's initiative for the sake of opposing.
What alternative solution have you presented to this date?
Everyone will be better off in the job market under K to 12.
The employers would simply hire the most competent and qualified of them all, regardless if you're age 18 without a college diploma.
Word. Equal Opportunity is that so bad?