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VISIONThe Commission on Higher Education CHED is the key leader of the Philippine higher education system effectively working in partnership with other major higher education stakeholders in building the countrys human capital and innovation capacity towards the development of a Filipino nation as a responsible member of the international community.
MANDATEGiven the national governments commitment to transformational leadership that puts education as the central strategy for investing in the Filipino people, reducing poverty, and building national competitiveness and pursuant to Republic ActCHED shall: Promote relevant and quality higher education i.
Specifically, CHED aims to achieve the following objectives in the next five years: Ched stratregic plan the relevance of higher education institutions HEIsprograms, systems, and research to respond to the thrusts of the Philippine Development Plan PDP;Page 1 of 14b.
In order to maximize the higher education systems contribution towards building the countrys human capital and innovation capacity, CHED has to address the challenges besetting the subsector particularly the following: To achieve the above subsectoral objectives, CHED has identified and will focus on five 5 major key result areas KRAsnamely, 1 rationalized Philippine higher education system; 2 improved quality and standards; 3 broadened access to quality higher education; 4 transparent, morally ascendant, efficient and effective management system; and 5 effective organizational development.
To achieve Ched stratregic plan 3, CHED shall focus on KRA 3 and broaden access to quality higher education through diversified but comprehensive student financial assistance programs and by encouraging alternative learning systems and modes of delivery.
To achieve objective 5 or strengthen CHED, organizational and human development programs shall be conducted and facilities and operating systems shall be upgraded and modernized. Page 2 of Rationalization of HEIs and Programs within a moratorium period on the opening of new programs especially in oversubscribed disciplines.
The objective is to lay the foundation for a more efficient and effective system in delivering quality public higher education services and for a more flexible regulatory framework for private higher education provision.
The project components of the program include the following: The job-skills matching project includes: Relevant and Responsive Research, Development and Extension RDE Under this program, CHED supports the conduct of RDE aimed at generating, adapting and transferring or applying new knowledge and technologies for improving productivity and livelihood, promoting peace, empowering women, protecting the environment, reducing disaster devastation, and alleviating poverty.
Gender and Development GAD Programs This program includes advocacy and gender sensitivity activities to promote gender parity in education, equal access to scholarships by both genders, and interventions to assist female students with extreme personal situations that prevent them from completing their higher education.
Page 3 of This typology will be harmonized with quality assurance criteria to allow HEIs to focus and excel within their respective classifications and be recognized for such excellence. A GIS-based map of HEIs and programs is currently being updated to serve as decision support system for the rationalization of HEIs and programs distribution in the county.
The map will provide information on the current status of program offerings including quality, costs, and marketability. It will be used to match the program offerings with demand or thrusts at the national and regional levels.
The outputs of this project will also be used as basis for phasing out oversubscribed programs and for promoting under-subscribed but relevant programs. The project shall provide assistance in the initial implementation of the RUS in a selected region, including joint research and extension, academic program complementation, and infrastructure improvement for the SUCs involved.
Quality and Standards 5. Page 4 of 14Policies Standards and Guidelines PSGs formulation and enforcement In order to ensure that Philippine higher education programs are comparable to international standards, CHED periodically conducts international benchmarking, reviews and updates the PSGs for academic program offerings.
These internationally-benchmarked PSGs, set the minimum quality standards and requirements that HEIs have to comply with before they are given permits to operate such academic programs and recognition to award degrees to their students.
This is a mechanism for monitoring and evaluation of outcomes of the programs processes and services of higher education institutions in the key area of quality of teaching and learning as supported by the governance and management, student services, relations with the community, and management of resources.
Accreditation HEIs with programs that attain standards above the minimum are encouraged and assisted to have their programs evaluated by private accreditors or a recognized body, leading to the issuance of a certificate of accredited status.
Faculty Development Program This program provides scholarships to upgrade the academic qualifications of HEIs faculty private and public to masters and doctorate degree levels and training for Continuing Professional Education CPE.Information System Strategic Plan: HEMIS (HEDP)/COMIS Office of Policy, Planning Research & Information MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM DIVISION 22 August C.
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