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Dr. Luz S. Almeda Sr.

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NCR Director

DepEd
 
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Employment History

  • Regional Director
    DepEd
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The award was presented by Dr. ...
www.journal.com.ph, 10 Oct 2014 [cached]
The award was presented by Dr. Luz S. Almeda, DepEd's NCR director, who has personally witnessed the groundbreaking and opening of some of the new public schools in Parañaque City during the past several months.
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Dr Luz S Almeda
Last week, DepEd NCR Director Luz ...
www.newsflash.org, 3 Oct 2014 [cached]
Last week, DepEd NCR Director Luz Almeda announced that certain schools in Caloocan City might be implementing the said program to address overcrowding in at least four public schools.
Armin Luistro of the Department of ...
www.depedmuntinlupa.com, 14 May 2014 [cached]
Armin Luistro of the Department of Education,Undersecretaries and Assistant Secretaries of DepEd, DepEd Regional Director Dr. Luz Almeda, Director Ramon Bacani of SEAMEO-INNOTECH Regional Center, Dr. Melissa Orencia of the Reading Association of the Philippines, Congressman Rodolfo Biazon and Mayor Jaime Fresnedi.
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The training was punctuated with the Regional Director, Dr. Luz S. Almeda as the guest of honor during the closing program.
Earlier, DepEd NCR Director Luz ...
www.mb.com.ph, 27 May 2013 [cached]
Earlier, DepEd NCR Director Luz Almeda said that the approved rate of tuition increase range from five to 10 percent. While DepEd has no power to regulate private schools, she said that it can "still impose sanctions on the abusive private schools" and can deny releasing of permit to operate or license which is required for all private schools.
Congested classrooms remained a problem ...
www.newsflash.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Congested classrooms remained a problem in Quezon City and Caloocan City, DepEd-National Capital Region director Luz Almeda said. She said some schools have "overflowing" classes of up to 80 students per classroom. Pupils were divided into morning and afternoon classes and some school facilities like the principal's office, libraries, and science laboratories and school corridors were converted into classrooms to address overcrowding. Almeda said 82 percent of the 865 public schools in Metro Manila still implement the double-shift schedule due to overcrowding. READ FULL REPORT...
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Congested classrooms remained a problem in Quezon City and Caloocan City, DepEd-National Capital Region director Luz Almeda said.
She said some schools have "overflowing" classes of up to 80 students per classroom.
Pupils were divided into morning and afternoon classes and some school facilities like the principal's office, libraries, and science laboratories and school corridors were converted into classrooms to address overcrowding.
Almeda said 82 percent of the 865 public schools in Metro Manila still implement the double-shift schedule due to overcrowding.
"There is a higher percentage of schools with single shift, from the 86 percent double-shift last year now it's down to 82 percent and we expect it to decline further," Almeda said.
Almeda said total enrollees in public schools in Metro Manila reached 2,172,576 this year or about .27 percent up from last year.
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Despite the congested rooms, Almeda said the situation is better compared to previous years.
"The shortages in 2010, we've already addressed that," she said following her inspection of the Batasan Hills National High School.
"We're now having regular classes on the first day. Even the congested classrooms, they were able to handle (the big number of students)," she added.
She said the Batasan Hills National High School, President Corazon Aquino Elementary School and Payatas Elementary School in Quezon City divided their classrooms into two to reduce the size of students.
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However, DepEd NCR Director Luz Almeda confirmed overcrowding of students in Metro Manila schools is mainly due to lack of classrooms. "Ang karamihan ng problema ay kulang talaga sa classrooms at upuan," she said in an interview.
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