PBEd

AcronymDefinition
PBEdPhilippine Business for Education
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Most of the schools listed by PBED as having 'consistently poor performance' in the last 16 teacher licensure exams are located in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao.
Chito Salazar, president of PBED, said that DepEd could operate more effectively if the central office's standards-setting and implementing functions should be separated, with the latter being devolved to local offices.
A "National Entrance Exam for Teachers," PBEd said, would be very crucial to transform the quality of teacher education in the country which continues to deteriorate as indicated by the decreasing the number of those who pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), a requirement for teaching in public schools.
PBEd added that "for the other eight repeaters, the average passing rate is 16%.
Through PBEd, led by Phinma's Ramon del Rosario Jr.
PBEd strongly recommends that the government expand PPPs toward social services and encourages Congress to institutionalize collaborative linkages by designating the National Industry-Academe Advisory Council as the driving entity for the creation and oversight of sectoral skills councils.
PBEd, Australian Embassy, Best Education Sector Transformation, RCTQ.
Through PBEd, the business sector is proposing a government voucher system for pre-2015 high school graduates who have not been able to enter college for financial reasons.
The reform efforts of all education stakeholders like PBEd and the Eggie Apostol Foundation have yielded major results such as the passage of Republic Act.
PBEd president Chito Salazar doubted the LET, one of the requisites before one can teach preschool, elementary or high school, still served its purpose.
According to the PBEd, four of these schools continue to exist while 10 could not be contacted at their listed phone numbers.