B.P S. Circular No. 1, s. 1946 – Admission of U.S. Veterans into Public Schools
Discharged Filipino veterans who meet certain requirements prescribed by law are eligible for education or training under U.S. Public Law 16 or U. S. Public Law 346 (78th Congress) in any approved school college, university or other institutions of learning.
B.P S. Circular No. 32, s. 1952 – Permission to Teach in Private Schools, Colleges and Universities
-states that a public school teacher must have at least rendered two years of satisfactory service before he may additionally teach in private schools. The maximum time of service that may be devoted to teaching in private schools is 10 hours a week for those ...view middle of the document...
No private school may employ any government official without such a permit.
Memorandum Circular No. 11147: In-Country Training Course on Non-Formal Education Broadcasting
An In-Country Training Course on Non Formal Education Broadcasting will be held from 20th of August to 7th of September, 1979 at the Hiyas Convention Center, Malolos, Bulacan, with emphasis on exposing producers to a variety of systems components such as identification, evaluation and feedback as they relate to programming.
B.P.S. Circular No. 1, s. 1958 – Requirements for Admission to the Law Course
No student should be enrolled in the regular law course unless he has completed the Bachelor of Arts course with a concentration or major in Political Science, Logic, English, Spanish, History or Economics. In order to avoid enrolling students who are not qualified, entrance certificate should be required of them before enrolment.
B.P.S. Circular No. 5, s. 1950 – Making Boy Scouting a Curricular Requirement
Beginning SY 1960-1961, boy scouting is made a curricular activity in both private and public schools. The day allocated for Physical Education will be devoted to Boy Scouting activities under a trained Boy Scoutmaster, Cub-Master or Senior under a Senior Scout Leader.
B.P S. Circular No. 7, s. 1960 – The New Fourth-Year Curriculum Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Required for Admission to the College of Medicine
Effective at the start of SY 1964-1965, only applicants who have complied with the foregoing requirements of the fourth-year Pre-Medical curriculum or its equivalent will be eligible for admission into the College of Medicine.
Memorandum No. 37, s. 1960 – Admission Requirements to Nursing of Pharmacy Course
Students intending to take up the Nursing or Pharmacy course are required to complete Elementary Algebra or Geometry, Advance Algebra and Applied Arithmetic and Physics in the Secondary Course. The records of such students, therefore, should be carefully examined.
Memorandum No. 46, s. 1960 – Describing Preparatory Military Training and Physical Education as Separate Subjects
Preparatory Military Training and Health and Physical Education shall each have a separate grade for each grading period in conformity with the system of grading used in school and shall count toward promotion or graduation.
Department Order No. 1, s. 1957 – Revised Philippine Educational Program
This program is otherwise known as the 2-2 Plan. This plan divides the present four years of secondary education into two parts, aims to develop greater vocational competence and to ensure a more adequate academic preparation for the students. Article III, Section 2, states that in order to implement the objectives of secondary education, there should be common curricula in the first and second years leading to either a college or a technical course. It states further that every secondary education school should provide an effective guidance program to help students in their...