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In a statement, CHED Chairman ...
In a statement, CHED Chairman Patricia Licuanan said the government has increased the budget of state schools from P22.03 billion in 2011 to P42.28 billion in 2015.
"Their [SUCs] budget has almost doubled in five years," she
According to Licuanan
, SUCs' budget in 2014 was P35.93 billion contrary to Binay's claim of only P809 million in his
"True State of the Nation Address."
chief said the University of the Philippines
(UP) and Mindanao State University
(MSU) also received P9.37 billion and P1.97 billion, respectively, in the same year.
"While it is true that there was a slight decrease in the UP System budget of P156 million in 2014, the UP System received the biggest capital outlay allocation in 2013 of P1.45 billion," Licuanan
added that UP's
2015 budget is at its highest at P13.14 billion with a capital outlay of P4.6 billion.
But the MSU's budget in 2014 dropped by P632.66 million from the previous year because its 2013 capital outlay reached an unprecedented P868.59 million, Licuanan
also denied that CHED
slashed the budgets of the Cavite State University and Isabela State University
"In truth, the budgets of both institutions increased steadily from 2011 to 2015.
In five years, Cavite State University's
budget grew by 83.48 percent from P192.69 million in 2011 to P353.55 in 2015, while Isabela State University's
budget increased by 55.09 percent from P369.29 million in 2011 to P572.75 in 2015," she
CHED Chair Dr. Patricia ...
CHED Chair Dr. Patricia Licuanan said in an interview that the figure is most likely to be reduced as she claimed that CHED is more strict in implementing its regulations.
"While it is true that a ...
"While it is true that a multi-year low enrollment is expected during the transition period, as a result of the full implementation of Grades 11 and 12 (SHS) in 2016 and 2017, respectively, please be informed that HEIs are permitted to accept freshman and sophomore students from two cohorts," CHED Chairperson Patricia Licuanan Licuanan explained.
HEIs can accept freshmen enrollees and transferees only if they are graduates from "SHS Early Adopter Schools
" as authorized by the Department of Education (DepEd).
As early, SY 2012-2013, DepEd has allowed the early implementation of SHS program in model schools as part of the government's initiative to identify best practices in the implementation of Grades 11 and 12 under the K to 12 Basic Education Program.
said, has authorized a number of institutions to pilot SHS
prior to the full nationwide implementation this coming SY 2016-2017.
"It is expected that these SHS Early Adopter Schools
will already have graduates by SYs 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 who can thus enroll as college students during the said transition period," she
Aside from graduates of SHS Early Adopter Schools
said that HEIs can also accept enrollees in the "Lifelong Learner Track."
Licuanan explained that the CHED passed Commission En Bane Resolution No. 264, series of 2015, which allows "those who graduated from high school prior to 2016 - under the basic education curriculum before K to 12 and who failed to complete their undergraduate degrees - to enroll and finish their baccalaureate degrees from SYs 2016-2017 to 2017-2018."
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Patricia Licuanan is one of CAPWIP's Working T rustees based in the Philippines.
Close associates call her "Tati".
She has a Master's degree in Psychology from Cornell University and PhD in Social Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University.
She is currently the president of Miriam College and the Co-Chair of the South East Asia Women 's Watch (SEAWatch).
She has worked as Academic Vice President of Ateneo de Manila University before joining Miriam College.
She also headed the Philippine Delegation for the UN Fourth World Conference on Women held in Beijing in 1995.
She is one of the forerunners of gender and development in the country when it was not yet a popular issue to stand for and work with.
Trustees and office bearers of CAPWIP, the Center for Asia Pacific Women in Politics
Dr. Patricia Licuanan
President, Miriam College Foundation