K to 12 programs, Mastery of Skills, Competitive Graduates, Challenges of the New Program, Teaching Approaches, Perspectives, Action Plans
Dizon, Rhey L.
Calbi, Jamera S.
Cuyos, Jipie S.
Miranda, Dr. Marilyn
The government implemented the K to 12 programs to enhance the educational system of the country in order to accelerate the mutual recognition of Filipino graduates and professionals across the world. Learners were able to master the skills and develop core competencies which are the essential things to meet the demand of the global market. This analysis used a systematic approach and review design to come up with a general idea that answers the main objectives of this research review. This research specifically looked into the different perspectives of the teachers, parents and students on the implementation of the K-12 program in the Philippines which added two more years before a student can proceed to college. It also described the various problems that arise as a result of the implementation of this new program and the action plans established by the government to address these issues. Moreover, to make possible recommendations that help improve the curriculum to make sure that quality education can be delineated to all the learners who will be part of this new program.