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Guidelines Teacher Reclassification Criteria for year 2022

 New 2022 Teacher Reclassification Criteria


Executive Order (EO) 174, which President Rodrigo Roa Duterte signed, promotes career advancement among public school teachers by establishing new position titles with corresponding salary ranges.

Implementing Rules and Regulations

The CSC, DBM, DepEd, and PRC shall jointly develop and issue the rules and regulations required for the efficient execution of this Order within ninety (90) days from the effectivity of the Order.

The CSC, DBM, DepEd, and PRC shall jointly develop and issue the rules and regulations required for the efficient execution of this Order within ninety (90) days following the effective date of this Order. "Within ninety (90) days from the effectivity of this Order, the CSC, DBM, DepEd, and PRC shall jointly formulate and issue the rules and regulations necessary for the effective implementation of this Order," the EO reads.

What to expect under the new promotion policy

Based on the Proposal on Promotion Policy

-Every teacher must upgrade their skills to be promoted.

-No More Head Teachers, and they will be reclassified to Teachers 5, 6, and 7.

-Assistant Principals will remain.

-If a Master Teacher is vacant, it will go back to Teacher 1 (no more natural vacancies)

Teacher Reclassification Criteria

Here are the proposed teacher reclassification criteria under the executive order on career progression signed by Pres. Duterte.

✔ Education
Higher Education Units/degrees that exceed the QS shall be given corresponding points -10 pts

✔ NEAP Accredited Training
NEAP professional development (PD) credit units-10 pts

✔ Experience
Months/years of experience that exceeds the QS shall be given-10 pts.

✔ Performance Points 
(final IPCRF rating/5) x 30 - 30 pts

✔ Assessment

Measured through Classroom Observation - 25 pts

✔ Assessment Measured through Portfolio Assessment -15 pts

Total=100

Starting next school year (SY) 2022-2023, certificates for promotional purposes must include the National Educators' Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) Recognition Number or Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) un

Career progression likewise requires Professional Development Plans (PDPs) where participants don't just get a certificate but have to come up with something as output (re: job-embedded learning). Output, hence, be appropriately documented.

"CPD essentially ensures that you continue to be proficient and competent in your profession while also furnishing you with essential skills that could help you progress with your career. It's not just a one-stop-shop, either – it continues and develops throughout your career," according to the source.


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3 Comments

  1. What's the purpose of abolishing head teacher position? What will happen to their designations as department heads?

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  2. FYI: there are still HT 6 existing positions today, so if this proposal implemented, HT 6 wl be classified as teacher 9, is that so?

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  3. HTs are the big help in the administration of school. I would suggest instead of reclassifying them to t4 and so on, why not wait them to retire.?

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