Education Improvement Sector Development Program

Interim Report: Senior High
School Absorptive Capacity
Study
Findings of the Division Level Analysis
November 2012

Basic Education Program

ADB TA:-7955 (PHI) EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT SECTOR
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

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Division

FOREWORD
The President’s Social Contract with the Filipino People commits the Government to making
education the central strategy for investing in the Filipino people, reducing poverty and building
national competitiveness. The Government’s overarching strategic framework for the Philippines’
basic education sector – the BESRA – supports universal access to, and successful completion of,
basic education, including the extension of basic education from Grades 1 to 10 to encompass
kindergarten and two years of senior high school, Grades 11 and 12.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has a long long-standing engagement in Philippines’
secondary education sector and has supported several of the Government’s pioneering programs.
To continue in this tradition, the ADB is preparing the Education Improvement Sector
Development Program (EISDP) to support the Philippines K-12 Reform agenda. This support
includes providing a Program Preparatory Technical Assistance (PPTA) to the Department of
Education to facilitate formulation of a comprehensive plan for introducing a senior high school
program nationwide by 2016.
At the request of the Department of Education’s (DepED) Executive Committee for the K-12
Reform, the PPTA undertook a preliminary assessment of the absorptive capacity of public and
private providers to accommodate the projected demand for senior high school. EISDP PPTA Team
Member, Dr. Rosario Manasan undertook the analysis of classroom and teacher requirements at the
central, regional, and division levels using data from the DepED’s Basic Education Information
System (BEIS) and prepared this report. Dr. Michael Alba complemented this work with an analysis
of current supply of classrooms, teachers, and seats in 7,270 public Junior Secondary Schools using
data from BEIS from 2010. They were assisted by Dr. Honesto Nuqui who analyzed teacher,
laboratory and classroom requirements needed to implement the senior high school Core
Curriculum.1 Any questions regarding this report should be communicated to Dr. Manasan.
As of this writing, work continues on revising the K-12 curriculum to reflect four learning
areas: languages, arts and humanities, science and mathematics, and technology and livelihood
education. Ultimately, the decisions regarding the curriculum will determine how many classrooms,
teachers by specialization, laboratories, workshops, and senior high schools will be needed. Once
the curriculum is finalized, the figures presented in this report will be updated.
The views and opinion expressed in this report are those of the author and do not reflect
those of the Asian Development Bank or the Department of Education.

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The Senior High School Program includes a Core Curriculum common to all students and specialized curricula
in five Career Pathways. At the time of writing the curricula for the specialized Career Pathways were not
finalized.

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Table of Contents
Foreword................................................................................................................................................. 0
1.

Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 2

2.

Enrolment Projections .................................................................................................................... 4

3.

Estimation of Classroom Requirements.......................................................................................... 6
3.1 Classroom Requirement for Grades 11-12 in Public Senior High Schools (2017 through 2020) 6
3.2 Classroom Requirements for Grades 11-12 in Private Senior High Schools ............................... 8

4.

Estimation of Teacher Requirements ........................................................................................... 12
4.1 Teacher Requirements for Grades 11-12 in Public Senior High Schools (2017 through 2020) . 12
4.2 Teacher Requirement for Grades 11-12 in Private Senior High Schools (2017 through 2020). 14
4.3 Available Teachers for the SHS Program Currently Teaching in HEIs ........................................ 16

5.

Absorptive Capacity for On-The-Job Training ............................................................................... 17

Annexes ................................................................................................................................................. 19

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1.

INTRODUCTION

As of 2012, the Philippines is the only country in the region which offers secondary
education through grade 10 only, with grades 11 and 12 equivalent provided by tertiary education
providers (Table 1). While a plan to expand basic education to grade 12 was first mentioned in the
2006 Philippines Education for All (EFA) 2015 National Action Plan, during his State of the Union
Address (SONA) in July 2010, the President made it a priority to lengthen the education cycle in the
country. Aligned with this commitment, the government began enacting key policy elements of the
reform, such as making kindergarten compulsory2 and extending basic education to senior high
school (SHS) comprising Grades 11 and 12.3
Table 1: Comparison of Pre-University Education in Southeast Asia
Country

Brunei
Cambodia
Indonesia
Lao PDR

Pre-tertiary
(Basic)
Education
12
12
12
12

Country

Lao PDR
Malaysia
Myanmar
Philippines

Pre-tertiary
(Basic)
Education
12
12
11
10

Country

Singapore
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Vietnam

Pre-tertiary
(Basic)
Education
11
12
12
12

As of this writing, work continues on revising the K-12 curriculum to reflect four learning
areas: languages, arts and humanities, science and mathematics, and technology and livelihood
education. For grades 11 and 12, the emphasis is on developing a program that prepares students
for college, employment, or engaging in a profitable enterprise after high school. The senior high
school (SHS) program consists of a common core curriculum and electives in 5 “career pathways,”
namely: Business and Entrepreneurship; Technical-Vocational; Humanities and Social Sciences;
Science, Technology, and Engineering; and Sports. Ultimately, the decisions regarding the curriculum
will determine how many classrooms, teachers by specialization, laboratories, workshops, and senior
high schools will be needed. Once the curriculum is finalized, the figures presented in this report will
be updated.
The key policy document for the expanded basic education reform will be the Enhanced
Basic Education Act of 2012. At the time of this writing, the final bill has not yet passed Congress.
Both the House and Senate versions of the bills agree that the coverage of basic education should
encompass one year of kindergarten, six years of elementary education and six years of secondary
education, and that secondary education includes four years of junior high school (JHS) and two
years of senior high school (SHS). Both versions also agree that the goal of high school is broadened
to embrace not only college preparation but also vocational and technical career opportunities as
well as creative arts, sports, and entrepreneurial employment. The expansion of assistance
programs is included in both versions as is teacher recruitment and training along with an
appreciation of the continued role of non-state providers of basic education.

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The Republic of the Philippines. 2010. Republic Act 10157: the Kindergarten Act.
As of this writing , the Enhanced Basic Education Act is still pending

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or concessions) that will encourage existing private junior secondary schools with net classroom surpluses. Each section also highlights policy implications which are summarized in the table below. concessions) that will encourage private HEIs to offer SHS programs (iii) Policies (like credit window for classroom construction) that will support private HEIs to offer SHS programs on a long term basis. to make these places available for the use of SHS students from the public sector (iii) Policies that support private sector expansion such as credit window for classroom construction. (i) Legal environment that will allow HEIs to offer SHS programs (ii) Decision on mechanisms (like ESC. (iv) Decision to allow SUCs to offer SHS programs in the short-term (2016-2019) or long term basis. Table 2. Summary of Policy Implications for SHS Infrastructure and Teachers Policy Actions Issue Combining senior and junior secondary schools Private sector JHS expansion Decision permitting existing public JHSs to offer SHS programs (i) Clear policy regarding continued government support for current ESC grantees in JHSs who will proceed to SHSs in 2016-2017 (ii) Decision on mechanisms (such as ESC. universal vouchers. (ii) Decision on redeploying surplus JHS teacher to the SHS program. Estimated requirements for public and private school classrooms and teachers are in Sections 3 and 4 taking into consideration the possibility of using some of the resources available through higher education institutions resources. vouchers. Just how expensive depends in part on the projected demand. at least for a transition period (2016-2020).It is expensive to start up a nationwide senior high school program considering the large capital outlay needed to provide sufficient infrastructure and expensive to sustain given the recurrent costs of thousands of new teachers. Annexes include projected enrolments. SHS provision by HEIS. and in part on physical and financial resources already available. classroom and teacher gaps in public and private junior and senior high schools. Section 2 of this paper summarizes the enrolment projections for public and private schools by region based on extrapolated cohort survival rates and current enrolments at the division level. Clustering SHS within Policy to permit SHS students from one division to attend a “clustered” and across divisions SHSs in a different division Page 3 . SHS teachers (i) Policy allowing non-LET passers to teach in the SHS programs provided their majors are determined to be better suited to the specialization needed under the SHS curriculum. in part on the yet-to-be-finalized curriculum.

This variation is illustrated in Figure 1.8% of Grades 11 and 12 enrolment in 2017.5 million students in 2010 to 6. Region IV-A accounts for 21.2. In public schools.7 million students in 2020. NCR 16. Similarly. 2017 25 % of Total Enrollmente 20 15 10 5 0 Public SHS Enrolment Page 4 Private SHS Enrolment .1 million students in public SHSs and 0.4 million students in 2010 to 1. these rates are then applied to actual school cohorts enrolled in each division in the 2005-2011 timeframe. Derived from actual enrolments for each division during 2005-2011 period.4 million students in private SHSs in 2016.0%. (CALARBAZON).1% and Region III 11.0% yearly from 5.3%. Region IV-A accounts for 13. For Grades 11 and 12 (SHS). enrolment in Grades 7-10 in public schools is projected to grow by 2.3% of Grades 11-12 enrolment in private secondary schools in 2017. NCR (the National Capital Region).8 million students in 2020.7 million students in private schools in 2017 (Table 3). enrolment Grades 7-10 is projected to increase by 2. Enrolment in senior high school (SHS). Enrolment in Grade 11 is projected to be 1. NCR 12.4% yearly from 1. which is comprised of Grades 11 and 12. division level cohort survival rates are estimated by extrapolating cohort survival rates for each division for Grades 9 and 10 and applying them to the relevant division-level school cohorts. SHS Enrolment Concentration: SHS level enrolment in both the public and private sectors is expected to be highly concentrated in three regions: Region IV-A. and CENTRAL LUZON (Region III). Distribution of SHS Enrolment across Regions.6 million students in 2017 and 1. In other words. ENROLMENT PROJECTIONS Projected enrolment: The projections assume that students in private JHSs will attend private SHSs and students in public JHSs will attend public schools unless there are grants that permit them to change to private providers.0 million students in public schools and 0. the projected Grade 11 enrolment in 2020 is based on the cohort that entered the school system as Grade 1 in 2010. For private schools. Figure 1.3 million students in 2017 and 6. To wit. is expected to increase to 2. The geographical distribution of students is more skewed in the private sector. Method: Projections for division level enrolment by grade and year for Grades 1-6 (elementary) and Grades 7-10 (JHS) for the period 2012-2020 are calculated using cohort survival rates.3% and Region III 13.

01 0.38 0.09 0.01 0.17 0.02 0.41 0.48 0.17 0.05 0.38 0.07 0.03 0.06 0.20 6.BICOL REGION VI – WESTERN VISAYAS VII – CENTRAL VISAYAS VIII – EASTERN VISAYAS IX .ILOCOS REGION II .02 0.08 0.35 0.09 0.47 0.02 0.23 0.02 1.04 1.71 0.04 0.CAGAYAN VALLEY III .23 0.04 0.01 0.03 0.29 0.08 0.02 0.21 6.06 0.28 0.02 0.04 2.04 1.27 0.34 0.57 Private SS - SHS 2020 2016 2017 2020 0.12 0.28 0.67 0.02 0.14 Page 5 Private SS - JHS 2010 actual 2016 2017 0.07 0.12 0.02 0.07 0.06 0.58 0.07 0.03 0.01 0.25 0.04 0.03 1.28 Public SS - SHS 2020 2016 2017 2020 0.16 0.54 0.09 0.06 0.CENTRAL LUZON IV-A (CALABARZON) IV-B (MIMAROPA) V .16 0.21 0.03 0.04 0.76 0.19 0.22 0.19 0.07 0.22 0.50 0.14 0.03 0.23 0.26 0.05 0.09 0.01 0.14 0.06 0.32 0.11 0.83 0.03 0.05 0.66 0.10 0.02 0.07 0.04 0.13 0.01 0.07 0.06 0.01 0.13 0.ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA X – NORTHERN MINDANAO XI .08 0.72 0.08 0.03 0.51 0.05 0.17 0.02 0.68 .49 0.07 0.08 0.25 0.03 0.09 0.01 0.03 0.04 0.67 0.06 0.15 0.29 0.70 0.06 0.22 0.03 0.03 0.02 0.19 0.20 0.SOCCSKSARGEN CARAGA NCR CAR ARMM PHILIPPINES Public SS - JHS 2010 actual 2016 2017 0.DAVAO REGION XII .31 0.33 0.03 0.19 0.19 0.24 0.10 0.01 0.01 0.09 0.09 0.18 5.05 0.53 0.22 0.03 0.30 0.47 0.05 0.05 0.03 0.15 0.71 0.03 0.03 0.19 0.65 0.04 0.07 0.04 0.11 0.12 0.03 0.08 0.05 0.45 0.16 0.11 0.Table 3.10 0.33 0.07 0.75 0.01 0.22 0.07 0.08 0.20 0.09 0.06 0.05 0.31 0.01 0.21 0.02 0.06 0.05 0.11 0.01 0.06 0.31 0.03 0.01 0.20 0.01 0.92 0.25 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.52 0.16 0.04 0.18 0.31 0.04 0.09 0.53 0.33 0.21 6.03 0.27 0.29 0. Projected Enrolment Grades 7-10 and Grades 11012 and Public and Private Schools by Region 2010-2020 (Millions) Region REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : REGION : I .29 0.14 0.70 0.27 0.29 0.15 0.04 0.01 0.44 0.36 0.07 0.02 0.04 0.18 0.04 1.03 0.01 0.03 0.02 0.80 0.05 0.23 0.01 0.05 2.25 0.08 0.07 0.05 0.08 0.08 0.08 0.09 0.20 0.21 0.30 0.05 0.25 0.04 0.09 0.02 0.

5 If incremental enrolment in the JHS is computed between 2011 and 2020.000 by 2020 (Table 4). The divisions which are projected to have surplus classrooms in their public JHSs by 2017 are divisions like Cagayan Province which have large classroom surpluses as of the end of SY 2011-2012 and where incremental enrolment in the JHS in 2011-2017 is either negative or. Page 6 . the estimated figure for classrooms would be around 49.5 This number is based on estimates of the difference between the actual number of excess classrooms in public JHSs as of the end of SY 2011-2012 and the number of classrooms that that are needed to provide places for the incremental enrolment in Grades 7-10 between 2011 and 2017.4 Moreover. some schools have more classrooms than they need to meet the requirements of their current enrolment.3. not large enough to eliminate the initial classroom surplus (Table 5).1 Classroom Requirement for Grades 11-12 in Public Senior High Schools (2017 through 2020) Classroom needs: The minimum standard for SHS classrooms is 40 students per room.867. Surplus classrooms: Despite widespread shortages in classrooms in public JHSs at present. The number of surplus/ deficit classrooms in SY 2011-2012 is estimated based on enrolment per year level by school assuming a standard class size of 45. and that the number of excess classrooms in the junior high schools with excess classrooms is large enough to offer a complete SHS program. Divisions with surpluses: If the surplus classrooms at the JHS level in the 63 divisions with excess classrooms are deducted from their gross classroom requirements for Grades 11-12. then the total number of classrooms needed in public schools by 2017 drops to 47. how many schools will operate double shifts. The total number of excess classrooms in public JHSs as of the end of SY 2011-2012 is estimated at 7.000 by 2017 and around 51. ESTIMATION OF CLASSROOM REQUIREMENTS 3.321 in SY 2011-2012. and the actual demand for SHS by pathway. This calculation assumes that enough classrooms will be built to address the current shortages in JHS.267.288 surplus classrooms in their JHS programs by 2017. it is estimated that the classroom shortage in public secondary schools is equal to 33. the number of divisions which are expected to have surplus classrooms in their JHS program declines to 43. 63 divisions are projected to have a total of 3. An additional. 11. If the number of Grade 10 graduates in public JHS who will proceed to public SHSs is divided by 40. 4 Based on school level data from the BEIS.409 classrooms will be needed to accommodate incremental increases in enrolment anticipated in Grades 7-10 between 2011 and 2017. The final figure will depend on how many public SHS students can be accommodated in private SHS programs. if positive.

Table 4: Estimate of Public SHS Classroom Requirements by Region (2017 and 2020) Page 7 .

private JHSs need to build 1.Table 5. the total number of classrooms that private JHSs as a group need to build for their SHS program in 2017 drops to 8. and (iii) whether the projected number of SHS students from “expandable” schools meets the minimum requirement for SHS provision. Estimate of Public SHS Classroom Requirements in Selected Divisions (2017 through 2020) Policy implications: One policy decision is whether the SHS program can be offered by existing public JHSs or if new schools will be created to cater solely to SHS students. If the surplus classrooms in these divisions are netted out of their gross classroom requirements for Grades 11-12. If the last condition is not met. then further study is needed in order to project more precisely enrolment at the school level.6 Even after the incremental enrolment between 2010 and 2017 is accounted for. In addition.706 classrooms in 2017 and an additional 403 classrooms by 2020 (Table 6). in 45 divisions existing private secondary schools are projected to have a net 6 If the standard class size in the private sector is smaller than 45.062 surplus classrooms in their JHS 7 programs in 2017.2 Classroom Requirements for Grades 11-12 in Private Senior High Schools Classroom needs: If all Grade 10 graduates of private secondary schools who will proceed to SHS stay in private schools. existing private JHSs in 136 divisions are projected to have a total of 10. 7 If incremental enrolment in the JHS is computed between 2011 and 2020.742. then further analysis should be undertaken to determine which of the existing JHSs within the division will likely be the feeder schools to the schools with “excess classrooms” or new SHSs. Surplus classrooms in 45 divisions that may be available for public SHSs: Using the same calculation method. then estimated classroom surplus necessarily shrinks. (ii) whether the number of such classrooms in those “expandable” schools is sufficient to offer a complete SHS program. Surplus classrooms in 63 divisions that may be available for private SHSs: If classroom requirement is computed based on enrolment per year level by school and if class size is assumed to 45. then in the aggregate private schools need to construct 16. Page 8 . If some of the existing public JHSs are permitted to offer the SHS program. This field level verification will determine: (i) which JHSs have excess classrooms even after incremental JHS enrolment in 2011-2017 (or 20112020) is taken into account.836 additional classrooms to provide enough places for the incremental enrolment in Grades 7-10 between 2010 and 2017. 3. many private secondary schools have excess classrooms in their JHS programs as of SY 20102011. the number of divisions which are expected to have surplus classrooms in their JHS program declines to 118.

or a concession model) that enable existing private secondary schools. and (iii) other such policies initiatives that will support private sector expansion such as a credit window for classroom construction. particularly those with net classroom surplus. The 8 projected net classroom surplus in these divisions in that year is equivalent to 2. universal voucher system. Otherwise. net of the surplus in their JHS program) in 2017.e. Page 9 .. Table 6.037 classrooms.098 classrooms. Estimate of Private SHS Classroom Requirements by Region (2017 and 2020) 8 The number of divisions which are projected to have net excess classrooms in 2020 is 43. The projected net classroom surplus in these divisions in that year is equivalent to 2. These policies include: (i) clear and unequivocal policy regarding continued government support for current ESC grantees in JHS who will proceed to SHS in 2016-2017. to make these places available for the use of SHS students from the public sector. Policy Implications: A number of policies will be needed to encourage the private sector to expand their operations so as to accommodate Grade 10 graduates of existing private secondary schools who will proceed to Grades 11 and 12 in 2016-2017.classroom surplus in their SHS program (i. those students may migrate to public SHSs and put even greater pressure on the public school system. (ii) policy actions that create financing mechanisms (such as an expanded ESC program.

no freshmen and sophomore students in 2017. Although the geographic distribution of these places is fairly uneven. This study will both clarify the need for clustering divisions and suggest the appropriate location for public SHS schools. Because of these missing cohorts. In total.402. there will be 1.5 million places in HEIs that may be used for the SHS program in 2017. the total classroom requirement for the SHS program in public schools will go down by 55% from 47. If such clustering is done.539.439 classrooms (Table 7). The estimate is based on the number of HEI first year and second year students in 2011 assuming a standard class size of 40. no sophomore and junior students in 2018 and no junior and senior students in 2019. higher education institutions (HEIs) will have no freshmen students in 2016. If SUCs are not allowed to offer the SHS program a decision needs to be made regarding SUCs faculty who are teaching general education subjects which will be brought down to Grades 11 and 12. excess classrooms in one division may be used by students coming from nearby school districts in a contiguous division.402 to 16. If HEI classrooms are made available: If all the empty places in HEIs arising from the missing cohorts are in fact made available to the SHS program. and (iii) other such policies (like credit window for classroom construction) that will support private HEIs which will be interested to offer the SHS program on a long term basis. concessions) that will encourage private HEIs to make the places that will left vacant due to the missing cohorts because of the introduction of the SHS for the use of incoming SHS students in 2016-2019. then the remaining classroom gap will drop from 31.819 (Annex 1).867 to 21. the remaining classroom gap for SHS in the public sector will be reduced from 21.539 to 30. if only 50% of the empty places in HEIs are made available for the SHS program in the public sector. (ii) financing mechanisms (such as ESC. HEIs will have empty places that can be made available for the SHS students in the interim at the very least. Government will also determine whether SUCs will be allowed to offer the SHS program in the shortterm (2016-2019) or long term basis.Classrooms in HEIs: With the introduction of the additional two years of high school in 2016. In fact. including (i) enabling legal and regulatory environment that will allow HEIs to offer the SHS program. equivalent to 37. Net gains from clustering are illustrated in Annex Table 1. If only 50% of the places available in HEIs will be made available to SHS students that would have attended public schools otherwise. vouchers. HEIs are present in all school divisions with the exception of two divisions (Siargao and Lanao del Sur II). However. Page 10 . Further study can propose catchment areas for schools that will offer the SHS program. DepED can harness these places to either (i) delay or (ii) reduce the number of classrooms that the public sector needs to construct to meet the requirements of the SHS program. then the total classroom requirement in public schools will go down by 34% to 31. Policy Implications: Policies will be needed to encourage private HEIs to offer the SHS program in the interim or on a longer term basis.113 if one assumes that 100% of the places available in HEIs will be made available to SHS students that would have attended public schools otherwise. Clustering: The discussion so far assumes that the classroom requirement of any one division is independent of all the other divisions.

Table 7. Estimates of classrooms available for Grades 11 and 12 in HEIs by Region (2017) Page 11 .

4. assuming that enough teachers will be built to hired address the shortages in all JHS schools with shortages. If the surplus teachers at the JHS level in these divisions are netted out of their gross teacher requirements for Grades 11-12.11 This number is based on estimates of the difference between the actual number of excess teachers in public JHS as of the end of SY 2011-2012 and the number of teachers that that are needed to meet the teacher requirements of the incremental enrolment in Grades 7-10 between 2011 and 2017.254.1 Teacher Requirements for Grades 11-12 in Public Senior High Schools (2017 through 2020) Teacher requirements: If all Grade 10 graduates in public JHS who will proceed to Grades 11 and 12 stay in the public school system.4 10 Based on school level data from the BEIS. The results of such a study should be an input to establishing CHED policy on priority courses in the higher education sector. the total number of teachers the DepED needs to hire for the SHS program in 2017 drops to 81. The number of surplus/ deficit teachers in SY 2011-2012 is estimated based on enrolment per year level by school assuming a student-teacher ratio of 27 (or 45*5/3) is to 1 11 If incremental enrolment in the JHS is computed between 2011 and 2020. At the same time. the DepED needs to hire 84. Teacher surplus: Despite widespread shortages in teachers in public JHS at present. Policy implications: There is a need to study whether the supply of teachers (with the right specializations) will likely be available to address the teacher requirement of the SHS program. some schools have more teachers than they need to meet the requirements of their current enrolment. 9 The number of teachers needed to teach in the SHS program is estimated by assuming a student. Page 12 .616 new teachers for their SHS program in 2017 and an additional 4. it is estimated that the teacher shortage in public JHS is equal to 73.739.pupil ratio of 20 (or 40*5/3) is to 1.613 new teachers by 2020 (Table 8). there might also be a need to put in place a policy allowing non-LET passers to teach in the SHS programs provided their majors are determined to be better suited to the specialization needed under the SHS curriculum. 28 divisions are projected to have a total of 2.528 in SY 2011-2012. Related to this. Such a decision will primarily be based on the competencies that will be required of the SHS faculty. the number of divisions which are expected to have surplus classrooms in their JHS program declines to 21. ESTIMATION OF TEACHER REQUIREMENTS 4. Government also has to decide whether the projected surplus teachers in the JHS program in 2017 will be redeployed to teach in the SHS program.9 In addition.272 additional teachers to address the teacher requirements of the incremental enrolment in Grades 7-10 between 2011 and 2017. the department needs to hire 24. The total number of excess teachers in public secondary schools as of the end of SY 2011-2012 is estimated to be equal to 4.877 surplus teachers in their JHS programs by 2017.10 Moreover.

Table 8. Estimate of Teacher Requirements for Public SHS by region (2017 and 2020) Page 13 .

14 The number of divisions which are projected to have net excess teachers in 2020 is 29.14 Implications. Once minimum standards for SHS teachers by specialization have been determined (based on the curricula for the five career pathways) a study can assess whether there is sufficient supply of qualified candidates.842 additional teachers to address the teacher requirements of the incremental enrolment in Grades 7-10 between 2010 and 2017. net of surplus in the JHS program) in 2017. Surplus teachers: In the private sector. The projected net teacher surplus in these divisions in that year is equivalent to 933 teachers.13 If the surplus teachers in these divisions are netted out of their gross teacher requirements for Grades 11-12.027 surplus teachers in their JHS programs in 2017. the number of divisions which are expected to have surplus teachers in their JHS program declines to 110. The projected net teacher surplus in these divisions in that year is equivalent to 630 classrooms. 13 If incremental enrolment in the JHS is computed between 2011 and 2020. private schools in the aggregate need to hire 27. private JHS need to hire 4. In addition. existing private secondary schools in 27 divisions are projected to have a net teacher surplus in their SHS program (i. many secondary schools are found to have excess teachers in their JHS program in SY 2010-2011 if teacher requirement is computed based on enrolment per year level by school and if the student-teacher ratio is assumed to be equal to 27 or 45*5/3) is to 1.12 Even after the incremental enrolment between 2010 and 2017 is accounted for. Page 14 . On the other hand. Based on the results of that study.438. then estimated teacher surplus necessarily shrinks.835 new teachers for their SHS program in 2017 and an additional 677 new teachers by 2020 (Table 9).. 12 If the standard pupil-teacher ratio in the private sector is smaller than 27:1.2 Teacher Requirement for Grades 11-12 in Private Senior High Schools (2017 through 2020) Teacher need: If all Grade 10 graduates of private secondary schools who will proceed to Grades 11 and 12 stay in private schools.4.e. a strategy can be formulated for stimulating the interest of potential SHS teachers. The large number of additional teachers that will be needed to teach in the SHS program in the private sector further reinforces the need for a study on teacher supply. the total number of teachers that private secondary schools as a group need to hire for their SHS program in 2017 drops to 18. existing private secondary schools in 132 divisions are projected to have a total of 10.

Estimate of Teacher Requirements for Private SHS by region (2017 and 2020) Page 15 .Table 9.

equivalent to 63. move to teach in the SHS program in the public sector . if only 50% of the teachers that would have handled the course requirements of the missing cohorts in the HEIs are made available for the SHS program in the public sector. HEI faculty who would have handled the classes of the missing cohorts will conceivably be available to teach in the SHS program either in the interim (i. If such clustering is done.4.645 to 54. there will be 1. Net gains from clustering divisions within a region is illustrated in Annex 2. then the remaining teacher gap will drop from 56. the remaining teacher gap for SHS in the public sector will be reduced from 38.651 to 32. Clustering of Divisions. In fact. As indicated earlier.e. in fact. If only 50% of the teachers that will be made idle in the HEIs will move to teach in the SHS program in the public sector.029 if one assumes that 100% of the teachers that will be made idle in the HEIs with the introduction of the SHS program will.016 teachers that may be available to teach in the SHS program (Table 10). If all the teachers that would have handled the course requirements of the missing cohorts in the HEIs are in fact made available to the SHS program in the public sector.651.728. As indicated earlier. The number of HEI faculty that may become available for the SHS program in 2017 is estimated based on the number of their first year and second year students in 2011 assuming a standard student-teacher ratio of 24 (or 40*5/3) is to 1. then the total teacher requirement of the SHS program in public schools will go down by 33% to 56.616 to 38. excess teachers in one division may be available to teach in nearby school districts in a contiguous division. Consequently. Estimate of Teacher Available for SHS in HEIs by Region 2017 Page 16 .5 million places in HEIs that may be used for the SHS program in 2017. the total teacher requirement for the SHS program in public schools will go down by 54% from 84.684. Table 10. However.3 Available Teachers for the SHS Program Currently Teaching in HEIs HEI faculty available.. there will be empty places in HEIs following the introduction of the additional two years of high school in 2016. The discussion so far assumes that the teacher requirement of any one division is independent of all the other divisions. 2016-2019) or in the long term (post 2019).

It was assumed that enterprises employing at least 20 employees would have the capacity to absorb 3 interns or trainees and provide a structured learning experience.5. Table 11 summarizes maximum absorptive capacity for OJT and internships in both small-medium sized and large enterprises. working in teams towards a common objective. The final semester of Grade 12 is left open to provide space for students seeking opportunities to “earn while they learn.000 SHS interns while the demand for placements would be about 1. would not be appropriate placements for SHS interns. distribution of business is highly skewed with about 76% of firms located in NCR. using information from a variety of sources to solve problems. Similarly. Furthermore.000. inter alia. In addition to integrating soft skills into teaching methods used in subjects across the curricula. Some of these enterprises. Minimum size of enterprises for OJT: In order to determine where sufficient opportunity for OJT exists. such as gambling establishments or bars.000. Page 17 . Other skills include. Limited Capacity and Uneven Distribution: The review found about 21. The list was reviewed to ascertain a rough estimate of the capacity of private enterprise to absorb trainees or interns. or around 20%.000 firms nationwide that employ between 20 to 49 employees and around 14.” or benefit from hands on training provided by employers. A generous estimate of the total absorptive capacity of enterprises is about 200. the SHS program’s Core Curriculum includes one semester of on-the-job training. in written form and via new media. and the ability to communicated verbally. ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY FOR ON-THE-JOB TRAINING Applying learning: The capacity to apply classroom learning to real life situations is one of soft skills SHS students are expected to learn. firms with 50 or more employees were assumed to have the capacity to absorb 10 interns or trainees at a time. a list was obtained from the National Statistics Office of enterprises by region as of 2011.000 firms that employ 50 or more.

030 1.415 558 1.040 26.307 9.4% Central Visayas 479 287 43.690 6.090 8.9% Soccsksargen 425 231 73.734 771 1.740 13.881 1.7% Western Visayas 902 609 84.065 2.5% Northern Mindanao 249 99 34.2% Calabarzon 1.410 93. Maximum Absorptive Capacity for Internships by Region (2011) Employment Group Maximum Absorptive Capacity for Internships Region Max Intern Current Max Total Total Projected Max Intern Max Intern Available Absorptive Employees Employees Enrolment SME LE Total Capacity 20-40 50+ Grade 12 3 10 9.907 10.1% ARMM 49 44 20.201 1.8% Bicol Region 186 120 16.200 1.9% 745 421 37.9% Caraga 257 133 50.Table 11.010 200.778 18.2% Cagayan Valley 1.706 6.801 1.8% NCR Philippines Central Luzon Page 18 .225 8.796 10.232 28.738 20.101 4.220 138.049 111.378 75.474 2.585 4.210 6.015.656 6.212 4.959 1.445 17.758 10.310 2.712 147 440 587 2.362 62.788 1.230 19.4% Zamboanga 234 131 26.870 4.000 8.004 139.0% Davao Region 268 103 37.698 702 1.120 804 1.8% 20.907 6.275 2.8% Eastern Visayas 355 216 38.968 64.437 2.246 2.012 7.322 2.490 15.737 5.916 5.384 1.418 2.310 3.062 78.854 14.620 14.834 4.330 2.419 747 990 1.235 4.364 10.441 123.160 3.152 10.7% CAR 2.2% Mimaropa 969 600 82.778 19.

051 29 282 -147 713 -154 203 702 -127 74 -86 82 311 -52 889 -9 227 797 -19 81 -23 29 135 82 259 762 1107 563 836 530 56 85 474 -253 127 56 755 123 126 552 -94 202 103 671 1004 221 458 183 305 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Ilocos Norte Laoag City Ilocos Sur Candon City Vigan City La Union San Fernando City Pangasinan I.ANNEXES Annex 1. Estimated classroom gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs. Binalonan Alaminos City Dagupan City San Carlos City Urdaneta City REGION : II .331 4.ILOCOS REGION Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 50% 100% 1.688 450 1. Lingayen Pangasinan II.505 47 -84 165 6 -72 227 -229 550 332 35 -359 -59 -148 97 -17 179 18 -8 273 -93 678 370 53 -140 20 -25 0 80 99 197 0 180 351 1048 15 351 15 327 Batanes Cagayan Tuguegarao City Isabela with Santiago Cauayan City Santiago City Nueva Vizcaya Quirino -31 -197 -129 -105 -3 0 7 8 -29 64 -24 140 28 0 93 26 0 0 0 40 0 168 7 8 93 26 REGION : III .248 2.564 4. in NE) Pampanga San Fernando City Angeles City Tarlac Tarlac City Zambales Olongapo City Page 19 . 2017 Region/ Division REGION : I .CENTRAL LUZON 3.362 1.CAGAYAN VALLEY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Aurora Bataan Balanga City Bulacan Malolos City San Jose del Monte City Nueva Ecija w/ San Jose Cabanatuan City Gapan City Munoz Science City San Jose City (incl.

2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : IV-A (CALABARZON) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% 4.961 4.961 686 -27 134 -7 884 3 15 2 14 44 437 -87 550 313 844 69 145 47 1236 25 481 104 69 84 742 -14 761 368 786 1105 887 1261 75 738 350 728 863 1129 939 1.082 REGION : IV-B (MIMAROPA) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 Page 20 .Annex 1.757 2.796 1.223 2.BICOL REGION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Albay Legazpi City Ligao City Tabaco City Camarines Norte Camarines Sur Iriga City Naga City Catanduanes Masbate Masbate City Sorsogon Sorsogon City 50% 100% 3.223 7 179 357 43 288 -72 65 46 228 390 67 360 27 105 7 179 400 46 228 457 216 387 65 105 2.975 2.833 383 -134 62 31 159 625 23 -231 69 439 26 406 -101 497 -25 73 76 231 803 39 -62 124 470 47 427 9 342 621 159 417 231 904 69 465 124 517 305 436 Batangas Batangas City Lipa City Tanauan City Cavite w/ Dasmarinas Cavite City Laguna Calamba City San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Quezon Lucena City Rizal Antipolo City Marinduque Occidental Mindoro Oriental Mindoro Calapan City Palawan Puerto Princesa City Romblon REGION : V .223 867 1. Estimated classroom gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.

550 1.147 2.CENTRAL VISAYAS 1 Bohol 2 Tagbilaran City 3 Cebu with Bogo.426 1. Estimated classroom gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs. in Neg Occ) 13 Kabankalan City 14 La Carlota City 15 Sagay City 16 San Carlos City 17 Silay City 18 Bacolod City REGION : VII .032 2.633 2. in Neg Or) 16 Siquijor Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 50% 100% 1. Carcar & Naga 4 Danao City 5 Talisay City 6 Toledo City 7 Cebu City 8 Lapu-Lapu City 9 Mandaue City 10 Negros Oriental w/ Guilhunlngan 11 Bais City 12 Bayawan City 13 Dumaguete City 14 Tanjay City 15 Guihulngan City (incl.364 412 -186 974 -29 60 99 -310 144 -17 -55 6 45 -306 36 0 -20 539 -60 1095 23 89 106 53 201 74 236 26 62 -126 40 0 6 226 479 921 1641 0 238 0 6 Page 21 .WESTERN VISAYAS 1 Aklan 2 Antique 3 Capiz 4 Roxas City 5 Guimaras 6 Iloilo 7 Passi City 8 Iloilo City 9 Negros Occidental w/ Escalente 10 Bago City 11 Cadiz City 12 Escalante City (incl.776 2.Annex 1.765 -93 76 212 -120 15 851 56 -335 261 35 -87 0 22 -12 64 4 37 -47 75 176 240 -43 26 1035 60 -103 495 57 -10 0 63 9 70 32 39 49 0 76 92 75 176 197 15 572 26 1487 277 804 1. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : VI .

133 1 Biliran 2 Eastern Samar 3 Leyte 4 Ormoc City 5 Tacloban City 6 Northern Samar 7 Samar (Western Samar) 8 Calbayog City 9 Southern Leyte 10 Maasin City 1 Zamboanga del Norte 2 Dapitan City 3 Dipolog City 4 Zamboanga del Sur 5 Pagadian City 6 Zamboanga City 7 Zamboanga Sibugay 8 Isabela City Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 Page 22 .014 1.191 335 -57 32 231 -271 2 208 37 384 -8 55 314 -100 232 261 53 310 431 0 446 245 314 554 992 274 983 -36 0 -81 -2 131 -132 91 9 -27 9 284 30 -122 188 0 -9 14 153 12 106 28 5 27 349 42 68 0 179 0 0 14 165 82 166 192 459 REGION : IX .Annex 1. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : VIII .NORTHERN MINDANAO 1 Bukidnon with Malaybalay 2 Malaybalay City (incl in Bukidnon) 3 Valencia City 4 Camiguin 5 Lanao del Norte 6 Iligan City 7 Misamis Occidental 8 Oroquieta City 9 Ozamis City 10 Tangub City 11 Misamis Oriental 12 Gingoog City 13 Cagayan de Oro City 50% 100% 1.EASTERN VISAYAS Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% 1.ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA REGION : X .299 555 1.717 1. Estimated classroom gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.693 2 18 620 29 -96 160 240 41 23 -61 48 149 751 61 21 256 286 84 61 -24 2 18 553 48 149 833 160 281 256 370 0 37 845 1.

289 198 -60 240 117 -207 171 228 -128 -149 417 3 240 216 -60 262 242 -44 13 138 420 240 81 240 418 0 211 435 671 163 588 86 -129 -184 0 184 67 -88 98 -106 137 26 47 0 208 67 -10 186 -73 0 163 0 47 163 265 0 113 REGION : CARAGA 1 Agusan del Norte 2 Butuan City 3 Agusan del Sur 4 Dinagat Islands (incl in Surigao N) 5 Surigao del Norte with Dinagat 6 Siargao 7 Surigao City 8 Surigao del Sur 9 Bislig City 50% 100% 685 REGION : XII .DAVAO REGION 1 Compostela Valley 2 Davao del Norte 3 Panabo City 4 Island Garden City of Samal 5 Tagum City 6 Davao del Sur 7 Digos City 8 Davao City 9 Davao Oriental 1. Estimated classroom gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.312 524 1.312 49 159 45 57 -103 184 26 -58 165 213 199 62 58 12 227 37 286 218 49 158 213 331 152 550 165 218 954 1.Annex 1.SOCCSKSARGEN 1 North Cotabato 2 Kidapawan City 3 Sarangani 4 South Cotabato 5 Koronadal City 6 General Santos City 7 Sultan Kudarat 8 Tacurong City 9 Cotabato City Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 Page 23 .393 459 1. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% REGION : XI .

Annex 1.539 16. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : NCR 1 Caloocan City 2 Las Piñas City 3 Makati City 4 Malabon & Navotas 5 Mandaluyong City 6 Manila 7 Marikina City 8 Muntinlupa City 9 Paranaque City 10 Pasay City 11 Pasig City & San Juan 12 Quezon City 13 Taguig & Pateros 14 Valenzuela City Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% 3.819 REGION : ARMM 1 Basilan (w/ Lamitan City) 2 Lanao del Sur IA & IB 3 Lanao del Sur IIA & IIB 4 Marawi City 5 Maguindanao I & II 6 Sulu I 7 Sulu II 8 Tawi-Tawi PHILIPPINES 50% 100% 1.402 31.225 1.113 30.964 3.964 REGION : CAR 1 Abra 2 Apayao 3 Benguet 4 Baguio City 5 Ifugao 6 Kalinga 7 Mountain Province Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 Page 24 . Estimated classroom gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.225 448 247 -824 232 -94 -1144 104 -322 147 -336 310 -131 174 302 647 285 -251 279 42 -257 169 -53 197 -131 370 606 282 348 448 247 0 232 0 0 104 0 147 0 310 0 174 302 647 285 0 279 42 0 169 0 197 0 370 606 282 348 171 281 171 230 76 45 -222 -94 -89 50 -59 95 53 -135 51 -65 82 -24 76 45 0 95 53 0 0 50 0 0 82 0 300 392 196 279 -110 102 -235 -890 -254 74 -2 124 -14 113 -235 -325 -87 115 20 144 0 0 0 0 0 72 0 135 124 144 21.

331 6.673 382 779 307 511 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Ilocos Norte Laoag City Ilocos Sur Candon City Vigan City La Union San Fernando City Pangasinan I.559 7.187 -256 336 1.Annex 2.410 1.013 51 105 195 135 REGION : III .259 205 212 922 -142 339 173 55 249 144 458 1.012 777 1.000 2. in NE) Pampanga San Fernando City Angeles City Tarlac Tarlac City Zambales Olongapo City Page 25 . Lingayen Pangasinan II. Estimated teacher gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.CENTRAL LUZON 5.CAGAYAN VALLEY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Aurora Bataan Balanga City Bulacan Malolos City San Jose del Monte City Nueva Ecija w/ San Jose Cabanatuan City Gapan City Munoz Science City San Jose City (incl.605 1.ILOCOS REGION Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 50% 100% 3.103 4.839 Batanes Cagayan Tuguegarao City Isabela with Santiago Cauayan City Santiago City Nueva Vizcaya Quirino 18 49 -186 554 0 0 51 105 23 484 -9 963 52 0 195 136 18 0 22 474 554 1. 2017 Region/ Division REGION : I .483 -14 379 1.118 1.846 953 1.508 3.172 993 89 -233 35 -39 186 381 247 400 75 378 1.048 3.821 55 471 -222 1.330 -29 137 -27 0 1. Binalonan Alaminos City Dagupan City San Carlos City Urdaneta City REGION : II .171 291 -105 354 13 -120 446 -371 958 928 58 -600 -99 -245 375 7 377 35 -11 523 -144 1.170 -210 125 -132 0 882 93 143 790 -408 213 94 145 522 -63 1.851 728 1.267 1.

Annex 2.037 264 695 383 1.270 615 1. Estimated teacher gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : IV-A (CALABARZON) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Batangas Batangas City Lipa City Tanauan City Cavite w/ Dasmarinas Cavite City Laguna Calamba City San Pablo City Santa Rosa City Quezon Lucena City Rizal Antipolo City REGION : IV-B (MIMAROPA) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Marinduque Occidental Mindoro Oriental Mindoro Calapan City Palawan Puerto Princesa City Romblon REGION : V .110 129 1.485 2.150 8.668 2.145 -46 223 -12 1.556 639 -223 104 53 264 1.883 1.239 -22 1.310 1.301 157 773 249 860 509 726 Page 26 .BICOL REGION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Albay Legazpi City Ligao City Tabaco City Camarines Norte Camarines Sur Iriga City Naga City Catanduanes Masbate Masbate City Sorsogon Sorsogon City Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 50% 100% 5.317 4.948 8.439 1.287 1.789 2.410 116 243 79 2.746 4.472 13 26 4 25 74 729 -144 917 522 1.971 4.041 39 -385 157 731 42 676 -167 831 -42 123 128 384 1.709 2.268 1.845 1.234 585 1.266 146 300 595 72 480 -121 196 212 381 651 114 602 45 264 146 300 667 212 381 764 359 646 196 263 3.340 67 -104 249 784 78 712 16 573 1.061 50 804 175 117 141 1.215 1.

966 4.Annex 2.623 -49 100 164 -516 240 -28 -90 11 75 -508 66 0 -10 900 -98 1. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : VI .287 4.CENTRAL VISAYAS 1 Bohol 2 Tagbilaran City 3 Cebu with Bogo.WESTERN VISAYAS 1 Aklan 2 Antique 3 Capiz 4 Roxas City 5 Guimaras 6 Iloilo 7 Passi City 8 Iloilo City 9 Negros Occidental w/ Escalente 10 Bago City 11 Cadiz City 12 Escalante City (incl. in Neg Occ) 13 Kabankalan City 14 La Carlota City 15 Sagay City 16 San Carlos City 17 Silay City 18 Bacolod City REGION : VII .292 1.534 2.630 -18 220 572 -173 123 1.826 40 149 177 90 336 124 395 46 104 -207 73 0 35 378 801 1.726 100 -172 922 107 1 0 107 47 118 54 95 164 0 220 399 262 388 574 123 953 141 1.851 2. in Neg Or) 16 Siquijor Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 50% 100% 3.428 4.979 687 -309 1.419 93 -559 532 70 -127 0 38 12 107 7 91 3 262 389 619 -44 141 1.912 3. Estimated teacher gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.654 733 1. Carcar & Naga 4 Danao City 5 Talisay City 6 Toledo City 7 Cebu City 8 Lapu-Lapu City 9 Mandaue City 10 Negros Oriental w/ Guilhunlngan 11 Bais City 12 Bayawan City 13 Dumaguete City 14 Tanjay City 15 Guihulngan City (incl.734 0 409 0 35 Page 27 .611 2.

739 527 1.421 2.018 28 59 1.715 -61 0 -136 36 219 -217 164 16 -29 14 476 50 -202 315 0 -15 64 256 25 189 49 26 45 585 72 116 0 298 36 2 63 279 165 305 324 770 REGION : X .391 266 468 425 618 75 203 1.EASTERN VISAYAS 1 Biliran 2 Eastern Samar 3 Leyte 4 Ormoc City 5 Tacloban City 6 Northern Samar 7 Samar (Western Samar) 8 Calbayog City 9 Southern Leyte 10 Maasin City REGION : IX .047 558 -84 66 385 -416 4 347 61 641 -2 106 525 -130 388 436 90 540 743 0 780 408 524 975 1.034 48 -159 266 398 70 143 -68 105 278 1.Annex 2.028 1.ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA 1 Zamboanga del Norte 2 Dapitan City 3 Dipolog City 4 Zamboanga del Sur 5 Pagadian City 6 Zamboanga City 7 Zamboanga Sibugay 8 Isabela City Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% 50% 100% 2.046 3. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : VIII .185 948 2.254 102 37 427 476 142 209 -5 28 59 923 104 277 1. Estimated teacher gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.NORTHERN MINDANAO 1 Bukidnon with Malaybalay 2 Malaybalay City (incl in Bukidnon) 3 Valencia City 4 Camiguin 5 Lanao del Norte 6 Iligan City 7 Misamis Occidental 8 Oroquieta City 9 Ozamis City 10 Tangub City 11 Misamis Oriental 12 Gingoog City 13 Cagayan de Oro City Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 Page 28 .819 3.

Annex 2.198 876 2. Estimated teacher gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.362 798 2.185 329 -66 399 196 -345 285 380 -213 -248 695 41 400 362 -100 438 404 -72 23 263 734 399 136 400 698 0 353 726 1.589 2.192 81 265 76 95 -172 306 43 -95 277 356 333 104 98 21 379 63 479 367 81 264 355 553 254 918 277 366 1.DAVAO REGION 1 Compostela Valley 2 Davao del Norte 3 Panabo City 4 Island Garden City of Samal 5 Tagum City 6 Davao del Sur 7 Digos City 8 Davao City 9 Davao Oriental REGION : XII . 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : XI .132 390 1.143 2.SOCCSKSARGEN 1 North Cotabato 2 Kidapawan City 3 Sarangani 4 South Cotabato 5 Koronadal City 6 General Santos City 7 Sultan Kudarat 8 Tacurong City 9 Cotabato City Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% 50% 100% 1.115 142 -215 -306 0 308 111 -145 165 -49 229 45 81 0 349 111 -14 311 7 0 273 0 80 274 445 116 317 REGION : CARAGA 1 Agusan del Norte 2 Butuan City 3 Agusan del Sur 4 Dinagat Islands (incl in Surigao N) 5 Surigao del Norte with Dinagat 6 Siargao 7 Surigao City 8 Surigao del Sur 9 Bislig City Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 Page 29 .

792 192 -537 244 -391 529 -218 291 502 1.010 471 581 391 782 438 986 134 86 -39 -157 39 86 46 166 100 108 85 79 141 105 220 47 0 265 207 191 39 86 46 79 140 104 735 891 327 465 -183 169 235 -1.418 5.079 476 0 466 71 0 300 0 327 0 631 1.412 5.303 REGION : CAR 1 Abra 2 Apayao 3 Benguet 4 Baguio City 5 Ifugao 6 Kalinga 7 Mountain Province Classrooms gap in public SHS with division clustering (net of HEIs) 2017 Page 30 .029 54. Estimated teacher gap in SHS in public schools net of HEIs.010 471 581 1.373 388 -156 -1. 2017 (continued) Region/ Division REGION : NCR 1 Caloocan City 2 Las Piñas City 3 Makati City 4 Malabon & Navotas 5 Mandaluyong City 6 Manila 7 Marikina City 8 Muntinlupa City 9 Paranaque City 10 Pasay City 11 Pasig City & San Juan 12 Quezon City 13 Taguig & Pateros 14 Valenzuela City Classrooms gap in public SHS (net of HEIs) 2017 100% 50% 5.412 746 411 -1.079 476 0 466 71 0 300 0 327 0 631 1.079 477 -418 467 72 -312 302 -87 328 -49 632 1.483 -423 124 -4 207 -23 190 235 -541 -144 193 33 242 0 0 0 0 0 120 0 224 207 241 38.645 32.651 56.Annex 2.684 REGION : ARMM 1 Basilan (w/ Lamitan City) 2 Lanao del Sur IA & IB 3 Lanao del Sur IIA & IIB 4 Marawi City 5 Maguindanao I & II 6 Sulu I 7 Sulu II 8 Tawi-Tawi PHILIPPINES 50% 100% 3.011 472 581 1.

620 13.603 379 2.923 32.285 1.490 389 2.112 14.322 38.756 1.827 792 REGION : III .535 58.848 4.497 7.482 5.686 678 4.221 312.077 880 3.539 11.742 69.908 4.471 4.265 1.850 11.020 3.483 2.867 11.151 5. Projected enrollment in Grades 7-10 and Grades 11-12 in public and private secondary schools.831 234.231 4.493 14.272 2.110 35.227 4.668 871 1.640 109.957 2.825 2.772 10.825 4.237 195.552 6.505 12.825 10.651 417 787 829 49.Annex 3.096 6.944 2.730 5.070 2.976 1.125 1.703 5.760 13.783 7.038 32.890 1.043 24.012 3.453 2.320 81.452 4.998 11.585 4.027 9.352 10.239 75.987 19.019 3.732 1.974 39.696 93.450 91.354 24.026 32.371 787 1.295 12.833 8.644 202.204 12.574 7.552 38.062 4.947 4.362 1.324 63.213 16.261 19.521 3.779 5.132 10.729 2.335 230 250 2.671 35.579 26.417 6.643 77.551 51.232 1.255 11.264 104.534 8.280 644 22.392 10.791 8.606 5.342 2.872 4.254 57.026 4.827 20.099 6.611 3.472 11.937 4.469 3.363 20.034 1.115 787 4.244 5.225 1.712 4.576 89.404 6.662 14.122 1.642 39.500 853 437 26.457 58.870 11.407 46.047 12.075 11.977 3.770 70.328 25.265 11.958 1.990 10.941 6.961 4.771 3.426 10.823 3.144 1.873 4.033 3.249 23.406 82.446 4.882 3.571 37.995 7.369 9.307 8.026 6.328 17.319 103.992 11.790 5.540 1.888 38.264 1.335 6.399 65.158 2.058 1.936 33.923 2.467 4.422 90.565 1.585 17.237 6.464 83.600 45.197 1.436 10.075 10.038 5.271 3.156 9.856 8.297 3.851 9.207 25.369 23.232 7.603 9.606 695.854 3.207 17.532 21.238 80.696 4.937 10.291 6.943 3.073 2.271 1.408 1.608 29.799 11.589 6.620 4.194 335 11.019 5.903 2.514 1.761 2.816 133.199 95.090 3.604 1.381 7.682 414 968 1.690 4.427 2.513 10.889 47.669 14.518 11.365 6.450 61.910 76.369 1.005 10.773 49.719 4.734 25.650 14.962 5.853 8.653 3.067 2.385 198.919 195.748 .424 5.977 708 1.951 11.647 3.962 11.417 1.377 705 617 27.900 1.504 6.481 11.193 3.315 42.171 13.108 720 4.075 14.350 2.135 14.468 11.212 4.481 10.847 2.538 13.CENTRAL LUZON 583.462 998 983 9.896 650.604 9.241 8.271 4.ILOCOS REGION 1 Ilocos Norte 2 Laoag City 3 Ilocos Sur 4 Candon City 5 Vigan City 6 La Union 7 San Fernando City 8 Pangasinan I.649 189.JHS 2010 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 actual REGION : I .366 18.996 1.436 16.541 17.355 974 1.940 3.088 17.523 8.863 3.856 5.247 407 441 3.774 66.322 65.070 12.741 6.989 16.405 24.886 39.085 37.985 10.113 4.243 3.676 6.138 3.375 726 1.238 5.709 20.127 1.291 69.CAGAYAN VALLEY 1 Batanes 2 Cagayan 3 Tuguegarao City 4 Isabela with Santiago 5 Cauayan City 6 Santiago City 7 Nueva Vizcaya 8 Quirino 2010 Privatec SS .038 49.455 71.493 26.445 4.381 6.250 4.532 39.690 9.966 23.973 3.152 12.656 7.850 8.591 6.073 88.048 5.JHS 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 actual 304.757 1.289 12.048 193.756 98.275 10.140 106.263 12.193 3.218 12.185 7.228 25.151 11.498 10.999 33.062 17.063 386 3.900 22.436 117.161 6.392 11.291 38.177 4.452 3.423 8.403 2.072 37.754 21.787 149.945 9. by division.327 18.337 1.078 26.185 935 1.978 8.192 136.541 185.662 12.473 2.665 1.053 11.533 20.661 11.475 7.473 2.298 2.455 8.517 20.576 34. Binalonan 10 Alaminos City 11 Dagupan City 12 San Carlos City 13 Urdaneta City REGION : II .335 3.914 5.439 8.169 17.756 9.374 14.128 3.726 14.785 1.035 9.796 2.214 2.650 7.821 1.255 12.805 49.364 710 608 27.586 1.513 2.208 26.796 18.618 2.098 4.244 8.756 74.655 5.360 2.130 8.026 6.874 4.401 1.238 37.027 19.641 3.887 726 2.399 22.546 23.576 36.839 9.JHS Privatec SS .678 23.092 5.037 1.006 7. 2010-2020 a/ Public SS .807 310.154 46.142 723 4.512 118.763 13.461 15.546 1.203 5.674 4.877 1.679 7.483 10.518 24.669 7.999 1.680 19.262 32.323 3.166 1.734 108.107 31.373 18.336 17.887 978 20.477 687 22.209 6.795 24.622 323.569 59.217 440 472 3.631 13.736 4.431 4.620 4.869 2.256 17.345 9.589 7.602 1.730 106.135 1.518 26.223 9.665 3.649 1 Aurora 2 Bataan 3 Balanga City 4 Bulacan 5 Malolos City 6 San Jose del Monte City 7 Nueva Ecija w/ San Jose 8 Cabanatuan City 9 Gapan City 10 Munoz Science City 11 Pampanga 12 San Fernando City 13 Angeles City 14 Tarlac 15 Tarlac City 16 Zambales 17 Olongapo City 12.283 5.480 4.601 5.350 659.365 21.787 90.066 1.219 2.799 1.299 24.073 5.069 11.413 649 1.027 2.006 8.041 7.300 1.491 28.437 8.710 74.547 1.485 8.022 24.JHS Public SS .019 34.789 5.114 3.803 58.990 5.575 10.506 1.393 118.244 5.570 1.267 15.749 11.569 190.452 22.258 20.669 5.426 26.579 1.006 706 168 286 286 634 104 193 233 28.405 1.606 116.429 1.081 655 6.177 1.753 87.206 41.665 2.083 2.380 5.689 223. Lingayen 9 Pangasinan II.816 961 989 9.187 7.967 715 1.265 Page 31 5.

719 37.708 210.915 5.229 15.068 37.760 1.274 2.720 4.972 4.367 3.735 27.778 98.373 30.610 22.266 9.528 3.235 3.644 596 1.788 16.852 12.397 935 .124 34.806 6.986 33.016 20.451 4.766 2.009 77.267 33.381 10.721 7.280 2.293 6.429 4.665 4.247 2.739 1.668 17.577 13.145 8.897 1.891 4.858 1.037 4.292 26.Annex 3.923 16.077 63.542 1.289 12.213 58.631 118.067 7.605 13.185 2.468 32.444 5.419 573 9.447 17.674 11.JHS 2020 2016 2017 2020 REGION : IV-A (CALABARZON) 698.JHS Privatec SS .786 42.137 17.623 26.556 17.198 1.850 83.294 4.311 915.832 20.123 4.026 803.294 6.041 2.026 33.921 311 11.700 42.120 5.033 7.944 11.955 12.906 24.317 4.299 20.477 5.384 7.385 12.481 8.927 8.366 7.163 16.128 10.436 3.837 6.183 20.207 4.062 24.400 3.919 11.096 16.935 302 342 3.137 20.115 13.706 6.963 4.726 10.649 14.407 1.530 73.934 16.604 2.055 4.774 40.109 23.935 14.443 10.197 9.361 9.569 2.085 453.372 2.285 66.149 984 1.585 10.640 147.221 17.314 45.989 46.989 256 3.069 2.890 233.283 8.444 40.671 20.985 4.219 30.825 74. by division.517 11.991 8.839 68.971 8.163 6.747 2.558 798 713 10.275 10.820 17.186 12.784 1.545 1.906 70.886 9.246 4.079 10.842 3.970 271 304 2.215 2.129 10.543 5.378 20.644 4.521 5.314 14.178 7.588 57.382 69.209 443.826 11.506 19.700 1 Batangas 2 Batangas City 3 Lipa City 4 Tanauan City 5 Cavite w/ Dasmarinas 6 Cavite City 7 Laguna 8 Calamba City 9 San Pablo City 10 Santa Rosa City 11 Quezon 12 Lucena City 13 Rizal 14 Antipolo City 89.658 2.817 9.864 4.868 10.148 21.894 13.876 147.809 3.243 10.904 4.095 39.104 3.486 59.077 746 13.124 16.584 141.881 1.662 111.246 1.155 9.217 437 887 895 4.631 2.109 802 752 661 157 304 287 35.315 11.108 15.638 3.139 32.216 4.598 767 1.058 4.332 2.077 54.381 294.376 17.889 3.218 3.375 10.399 39.904 118.504 6.621 142.050 36.JHS Public SS .005 35.866 20.177 5.446 7.979 2.326 247.259 2.454 4.713 156.350 2.595 22.868 1.350 126.606 107.310 110.693 2.007 102.940 6.230 6.776 26.382 12.817 111.444 225.327 1.514 726 713 9.838 4.473 44.359 6.981 6.403 3.222 381.151 1.607 27.933 98.166 6.814 31.JHS 2010 actual 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 2010 actual 2016 2017 Privatec SS .292 1.806 23.219 13.072 6.558 22.857 1.512 1.360 4.854 4.189 2.203 10.290 9.228 2.898 187.457 623 1.556 35.293 205.828 1. Projected enrollment in Grades 7-10 and Grades 11-12 in public and private secondary schools.982 1.711 3.184 20.559 13.736 5.102 39.416 9.779 502 749 476 2.981 22.550 36.143 33.561 5.403 38.109 3.728 13.238 18.375 21.411 13.804 5.269 3.548 2.173 120.088 2.379 17.182 222 4.470 6.569 7.007 6.174 Page 32 24.696 15.647 2.754 147.788 48.629 26.608 4.027 951 1.590 6.568 827.322 5.363 4.488 105 1.905 122.207 23.110 14.783 23.969 8.511 13.938 9.448 26.792 7.597 14.089 15.250 101.440 31.281 132.288 5.465 1.159 27.103 1.352 5.128 4.076 1.134 1 Marinduque 2 Occidental Mindoro 3 Oriental Mindoro 4 Calapan City 5 Palawan 6 Puerto Princesa City 7 Romblon REGION : V .151 2.116 6.094 1.BICOL REGION 1 Albay 2 Legazpi City 3 Ligao City 4 Tabaco City 5 Camarines Norte 6 Camarines Sur 7 Iriga City 8 Naga City 9 Catanduanes 10 Masbate 11 Masbate City 12 Sorsogon 13 Sorsogon City 16.977 3.839 71.598 17.802 61.985 30.695 2.561 3.674 754 746 4.987 41.233 8.722 6.887 6.696 3.106 61.359 826 1.582 145.633 37.024 138 147 1.675 491.427 7.770 18.033 7.468 29.566 3.611 1.143 8.449 2.297 4.774 24.575 3.497 12.402 4.090 10.364 2.651 69.013 4.768 48.656 13.299 2.733 17.789 43.122 9.649 3.875 2.571 61.266 2.812 4.514 7.395 2.397 1.054 43.418 929 2.894 636 7.219 137.808 REGION : IV-B (MIMAROPA) 186.031 4.168 14.547 827 1.413 198.260 297.320 4.760 26.258 45.141 12.174 19.465 8.448 70.569 55.757 3.940 4.892 2.251 53. 2010-2020 a/ (continuation) Public SS .845 6.702 17.530 990 1.489 105.322 2.352 10.009 4.174 3.191 307.896 30.776 99.730 1.993 17.799 48.153 1.713 110.735 118.334 62.771 2.595 16.185 14.858 14.960 20.961 41.965 120.839 6.179 8.926 9.546 10.513 53.811 18.668 6.257 14.140 3.802 9.627 359.674 5.286 2.184 17.268 3.816 4.307 279.157 14.232 971 1.932 61.175 42.701 49.400 2.679 10.816 2.013 9.520 2.085 48.505 3.065 15.111 34.642 2.596 59.608 7.529 16.941 11.763 67.763 157.375 48.947 4.003 7.951 41.523 456 10.632 50.202 9.530 5.744 8.107 1.669 5.

922 171.619 3.543 2.388 7.312 3.352 6.722 17.860 6.946 19.410 2.038 12.870 29.300 82. 2010-2020 a/ (continuation) Public SS .142 26.181 100.816 6.838 5.413 162 100 3.131 8.414 8.504 127. by division.813 164.480 1.308 6.683 2.319 1.405 503 995 1.158 5.879 3.714 1.411 25.213 41.629 2.147 484.302 6.262 8.097 2.144 6.647 334 4.058 50.775 21.685 13.529 2.455 3.804 8.648 266 162 5.303 853 12.885 1.702 1.912 1.320 3.751 7.212 500 301 10.233 6.252 6.052 41.595 4.003 5.453 2.960 3.660 22.723 13.997 6.731 679 853 .570 141.472 6.114 9.365 11.134 6.293 7.635 22.954 5.816 356 9.466 3.814 22.783 30.767 11.261 148 1.008 77.494 274 3.598 45.335 72.299 961 8.414 4.062 3.939 9.044 543.576 107.630 1.182 31.208 1.592 55.763 11. Projected enrollment in Grades 7-10 and Grades 11-12 in public and private secondary schools.959 2.752 1.901 1.915 1.210 230 9.692 14.093 1.027 53.695 2.638 111.149 46 104 850 321 413 6.206 14.662 957 7.425 166.254 33.977 868 12.305 442 4.832 21.278 2.599 164 505 3.652 1.997 43.110 4.010 7.569 5.396 146.426 158.965 1.126 436 646 3.607 8.869 35.363 1.045 132.644 174.749 4.339 1.412 1.710 24.461 84 464 3.004 89.834 59.550 1.791 5.972 5.693 1.008 13.864 2.372 2.145 16.733 16.481 11.566 5.003 34.859 2.093 12.047 5.769 1.148 1.821 714 7.101 13.877 25.322 5.212 4.093 1.785 10.478 11.479 10.558 116 3.743 36.855 10.819 4.662 3.001 6.647 911 7.592 34.274 2.545 8.573 1.WESTERN VISAYAS 470.386 4.296 1.845 12.463 2.676 13.008 13.923 26.770 7.074 957 1.008 1.908 17.645 156 104 2.591 21.669 5.148 2.703 561 775 6.572 36.137 2.421 651 9.720 48.997 36.303 3.781 20.182 96.517 7.598 6.677 4.917 5.430 697 22.566 4.590 60 205 1.944 48.960 33.460 999 968 14.073 44.874 43.600 8.965 1.293 326 3.425 10.JHS 2020 2016 2017 2020 REGION : VI .846 153.101 2.132 30.900 5.257 5.502 5.536 6.302 302 8.939 169.078 6.202 61.490 1.212 1.007 11.026 8.796 23.747 24.101 93.721 4.091 10.892 5.000 998 1.457 10.880 12.149 3.776 67.126 10.637 87.049 471.156 14.198 8.315 4.868 1.235 8.961 14.Annex 3.316 38 207 1.579 874 1.923 63.683 4.881 2.722 2.145 6.968 31.543 16.670 10.981 2.967 17.558 5.289 46.824 REGION : VII .731 1.308 955 166 351 372 12.960 6.546 8.199 73.058 8.173 960 1.379 6.209 76 2.087 2.858 7.924 2.413 708 16.781 1 Aklan 2 Antique 3 Capiz 4 Roxas City 5 Guimaras 6 Iloilo 7 Passi City 8 Iloilo City 9 Negros Occidental w/ Escalente 10 Bago City 11 Cadiz City 12 Escalante City (incl.585 1.422 8.489 21.580 10.829 1.293 1.819 48.621 755 298 14.679 6.850 1.128 24.398 25.770 10.993 Page 33 26.009 42.348 40.907 40.169 1.818 50.456 9.073 4.484 3.033 156.395 10.487 904 10.308 4.270 4.842 6.094 31.554 1.648 3.470 141 493 3.029 43.870 53.385 5.566 2.331 10.410 528.938 3.666 13.331 10. in Neg Occ) 13 Kabankalan City 14 La Carlota City 15 Sagay City 16 San Carlos City 17 Silay City 18 Bacolod City 33.437 11.993 3.701 1.989 1.124 2.081 1.CENTRAL VISAYAS 412.JHS 2010 actual 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 2010 actual 2016 2017 Privatec SS .666 7.JHS Privatec SS .090 95.460 49.423 12.087 3.264 1.409 57.377 13.515 10.233 3.307 92.175 1 Bohol 2 Tagbilaran City 3 Cebu with Bogo.605 17.337 157.879 28.140 1.213 1.675 2.316 206 163 2.993 76.452 8.196 31.120 2.361 1.776 4.282 15.788 2.520 8.406 2.244 2.827 6.509 508.880 5.489 2.274 21.741 6.707 9.202 2.906 3.900 496.154 7.961 7.429 5.110 25.305 134.728 1.074 4.263 1.160 14.249 649 10.JHS Public SS .791 5.140 2.450 7.157 141.757 426 9.608 22. Carcar & Naga 4 Danao City 5 Talisay City 6 Toledo City 7 Cebu City 8 Lapu-Lapu City 9 Mandaue City 10 Negros Oriental w/ Guilhunlngan 11 Bais City 12 Bayawan City 13 Dumaguete City 14 Tanjay City 15 Siquijor 67.531 6.870 8.699 17.383 15.336 433 4.522 3.430 604 656 260 2.659 63.026 128 25 40 49 129 27 55 42 2.508 54.274 1.293 1.459 5.627 3.065 27.996 191 3.134 2.697 20.

500 16.062 1.011 40.475 15.746 11.296 94.061 1.704 6.360 43.EASTERN VISAYAS 288.550 2.005 16.870 750 7.501 471 3.221 28.149 905 9.016 1.906 2.209 9.643 14.512 2.383 5.022 Page 34 2.JHS 2010 actual 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 2010 actual Privatec SS .555 2.573 18.164 6.467 4.892 47.657 267.407 6.514 2.274 21.392 57.395 14.366 619 4.500 794 4.032 20.752 5.110 15.856 26.836 80.415 2.154 6.974 9.420 578 112 228 243 2.774 6.843 3.505 363 4.403 5.030 5.950 57.606 5.250 5.038 7.986 577 2.468 16.Annex 3.684 425 4.311 810 1.119 23.884 20.193 266.JHS 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 REGION : VIII .756 322 597 648 REGION : IX .884 595 4.106 664 6.788 101.418 685 8.304 2.099 13.801 105.607 642 2.931 1.389 58.362 49.154 800 9.063 4.370 678 124 237 305 REGION : X .966 1.929 7.840 5.023 54.911 3.324 4.605 2.141 1.203 16.932 2.062 341.365 16.468 107.656 2.479 1.467 72.599 48.741 1.420 39.240 4.544 3.595 6.201 35.499 2.506 22.442 3.462 1.466 21.490 7.287 9.313 4.501 38.232 14.870 13.995 111.471 17.065 1.570 208 371 132 2.391 4.779 17.739 8.024 3.643 10.536 861 105 271 74 1.836 8.367 61.690 3.321 40.292 37.860 19.783 28.545 11.629 8.616 16.427 38.834 20.839 9.078 4.640 4.471 83.791 19.942 466 1.498 931 1.924 35.701 6.167 24.309 6.718 3.251 46.713 375 91 172 217 5.004 6.230 16.939 1.992 2.826 6.578 14.155 5.340 14.022 9.996 19.416 2.107 4.232 5.379 18.180 14.135 1.887 34.014 11.744 792 1.490 26.270 1.295 3.053 36.362 9.284 8.711 5.661 5.862 5.569 14.935 5. by division.010 7.462 46.663 4.561 53.519 49.515 7.500 543 2.194 1.708 2.336 71.148 1.676 383 726 889 2.832 1.895 471 963 1.142 2.310 46.343 1.033 6.222 139 1.198 2.255 10.350 106.713 1.389 28.871 8.680 38.274 14.015 36.375 817 6.198 7.017 1.128 6.281 11.524 12.151 47.911 553 2.776 1 Bukidnon with Malaybalay 3 Valencia City 4 Camiguin 5 Lanao del Norte 6 Iligan City 7 Misamis Occidental 8 Oroquieta City 9 Ozamis City 10 Tangub City 11 Misamis Oriental 12 Gingoog City 13 Cagayan de Oro City 53.862 18.250 11.529 4.598 7.439 2.309 14.963 333.609 16.678 25.218 13.600 65.831 47.602 5.894 2.727 9.560 187 374 113 2.956 15.JHS Privatec SS .136 57.952 2.777 1.962 5.808 1.669 1.615 18.162 6.744 18.572 1.136 6.334 51.252 293.721 8.500 257.648 427 4.105 2.091 56.897 1.522 2.392 76.291 6.068 2.884 2.601 2.464 1.369 3.031 4.314 236 3.792 9.505 1.830 34.355 1.479 2.940 3.131 16.108 11.643 5.189 238.484 730 10.326 74.584 1.028 1.782 3.666 8.304 6.632 6.481 5.395 47.358 2.880 11.107 10.051 1. Projected enrollment in Grades 7-10 and Grades 11-12 in public and private secondary schools.612 5.152 1.598 6.824 16.079 7.681 1.322 3.124 6.331 40.359 640 2.481 8.338 4.353 1.144 3.140 8.022 970 1.246 15.538 13.534 43.074 3.064 5.715 1.354 525 985 956 5.628 1.197 3.317 .401 83.649 14.193 1 Biliran 2 Eastern Samar 3 Leyte 4 Ormoc City 5 Tacloban City 6 Northern Samar 7 Samar (Western Samar) 8 Calbayog City 9 Southern Leyte 10 Maasin City 13.JHS Public SS .650 10.177 3.495 15.882 8.751 3.969 9.401 68.091 11.732 3.351 11.ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA 210.003 41.305 5.283 4.153 8.829 58.710 2.577 1.173 4. 2010-2020 a/ (continuation) Public SS .620 7.310 35.022 53.988 15.919 7.562 55.764 20.811 41.384 4.971 59.937 1.518 6.989 9.034 10.084 16.705 64.NORTHERN MINDANAO 229.231 5.445 603 13.201 7.733 14.641 3.953 505 2.248 2.236 8.339 330.653 17.975 1.093 8.221 12.237 1.022 71.395 4.020 826 8.301 16.524 2.207 5.360 1.412 17.243 6.484 19.120 1.263 1 Zamboanga del Norte 2 Dapitan City 3 Dipolog City 4 Zamboanga del Sur 5 Pagadian City 6 Zamboanga City 7 Zamboanga Sibugay 8 Isabela City 46.448 67.344 188 3.187 21.030 4.018 6.144 391 740 759 14.759 246.644 26.593 1.209 1.533 12.432 4.768 2.136 6.525 6.020 11.570 2.924 36.690 46.436 15.160 50.033 14.202 9.242 10.958 1.

684 3.191 8.742 4.272 11.410 11.652 3.126 179.713 5.730 7.315 23.203 13.639 12.502 9.340 4.851 47.336 4.784 1.696 1.458 1.688 42.306 7.250 45.651 4.404 9.912 16.565 303 2.275 3.177 929 1.151 3.367 2.758 24.414 940 1.249 4.537 5.538 3.111 17.739 2.148 3.933 25.822 12.234 2.930 691 1.DAVAO REGION 245.373 3.760 41.516 51.416 11.804 3.885 3.760 4.688 3.751 1.498 4.287 7.638 13.015 5.624 8.092 1.436 49.035 35.812 6.679 4.140 4.115 11.322 8.738 2.061 35.610 9.732 39.426 3.294 274.665 2.411 3.430 1.639 267 1.111 12.382 885 1.081 5.JHS 2010 actual 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 2010 actual 2016 2017 Privatec SS .246 43.380 13.346 3.811 54.917 93.724 2.137 51.926 3.257 1.065 12.721 REGION : CARAGA 157.580 10.307 18.146 3.819 9.100 4.879 61.325 2.251 4.878 26.299 334.570 752 586 549 437 116 206 262 6.486 1.401 18.016 3.317 6.847 3.296 7.895 24.940 35.713 8.181 13.447 3.729 277.021 10.133 8.248 8.187 71.079 9.330 6.398 9.186 75.867 5.924 3.482 11.160 15.613 58.317 6.754 5.565 45.673 7.633 4.382 20.829 1.297 8.864 9.410 1 North Cotabato 2 Kidapawan City 3 Sarangani 4 South Cotabato 5 Koronadal City 6 General Santos City 7 Sultan Kudarat 8 Tacurong City 9 Cotabato City 64.018 12.165 40.228 84.478 2.771 3.604 6.915 387 776 811 29.564 7.555 3.JHS Public SS .994 95.581 1.361 1.251 8.135 22.222 33.632 87.283 11.235 45.258 11.217 4. Projected enrollment in Grades 7-10 and Grades 11-12 in public and private secondary schools.177 7.530 9.814 2.197 5.529 10.976 11.826 1.029 60.316 90.490 833 1.064 1.183 2.015 44.875 10.530 11.482 23.582 7. by division.683 31.349 3.JHS 2020 2016 2017 2020 REGION : XI .112 1.356 8.851 1.656 2.465 2.303 36.803 1.500 2.629 9.884 50.181 24.969 17.156 4.391 6.471 10.960 11.028 3.730 28.934 9.364 9.076 40.073 2.512 53.886 2.944 76.730 1 Agusan del Norte 2 Butuan City 3 Agusan del Sur 4 Dinagat Islands (incl.905 13.837 11.391 19.637 5.656 2.301 28.572 1.196 11.033 2.843 4.075 35.586 Page 35 6.726 9.420 1.052 11.978 9.866 40.957 1.337 305.024 801 1.998 7.885 290.857 357 613 657 37.506 4.474 98.634 10.623 1.610 25.659 5.106 48.412 1.824 4.739 11.961 1.937 30.429 3.441 75.141 36.119 4.873 5.467 10.015 181.Annex 3.471 3.431 190.492 3.303 35.356 38.984 10.701 26.597 5.818 9.061 9.654 909 1.995 1.892 3.395 1.130 4.701 1.760 24.120 8.672 894 1.250 2.267 56.583 4.028 26.050 7.157 312 3.609 8.985 48.897 87.594 13.732 4.429 22.793 1.943 25.487 1.232 30.116 75.001 1.132 808 1.000 294.885 9.322 34. 2010-2020 a/ (continuation) Public SS .445 5.874 31.924 5.347 43.116 34.625 68.876 2.310 1.499 4.826 28.357 2.651 5.585 4.519 1.896 3.066 REGION : XII .006 3.756 5.078 6.556 20.118 36.870 828 1.131 29.339 1 Compostela Valley 2 Davao del Norte 3 Panabo City 4 Island Garden City of Samal 5 Tagum City 6 Davao del Sur 7 Digos City 8 Davao City 9 Davao Oriental 42.551 10.497 5.395 56.685 5.732 10.887 6.723 3. in Surigao N) 5 Surigao del Norte with Dinagat 6 Siargao 7 Surigao City 8 Surigao del Sur 9 Bislig City 18.073 64.683 12.907 1.797 30.663 1.225 22.802 3.505 2.661 10.793 4.646 54.052 697 1.706 25.470 26.988 9.913 8.972 32.701 3.780 43.918 7.900 15.763 27.781 61 118 122 540 1.696 31.293 5.291 7.499 26.278 715 1.749 4.757 29.187 832 1.938 10.821 300 2.319 5.678 6.286 477 867 883 .610 5.590 1.731 4.264 36.294 4.SOCCSKSARGEN 231.450 10.040 2.036 14.435 9.668 1.548 5.JHS Privatec SS .534 3.099 10.716 5.919 1.076 21.456 1.908 12.347 14.706 4.

872 REGION : CAR 1 Abra 2 Apayao 3 Benguet 4 Baguio City 5 Ifugao 6 Kalinga 7 Mountain Province REGION : ARMM 1 Basilan (w/ Lamitan City) 2 Lanao del Sur IA & IB 3 Lanao del Sur IIA & IIB 4 Marawi City 5 Maguindanao I & II 6 Sulu I 7 Sulu II 8 Tawi-Tawi GRAND TOTAL 18.515 9.723 1.161 6.793 12.892 3.880 6.JHS Privatec SS .481 1.032 18. by division.829 33.610 7.908 4.520.050 9.390 13.898 13.995 5.965 6.247 7.448 52.897 10.105 487 1.647 26.653 1.004 3.801 6.320 11.435 4.853 15.452 50.051 2.799 31.254 2.029 10.018 508 82 127 107 1.456 33.916 93.259 27.753 15.445 16.753 29.566 10.526 882 1.544 217.449 16.708 2.952 43.749 29.377.312 5.924 5.023 1.197 93.935 10.497 7.449 21.105 153.942 5.752 4.944 5.315 1. 2010-2020 a/ (continuation) Public SS .859 717.848 4.988 11.404 11.355 3.152 16.501 23.175 7.176 8.485 4.067 10.336 13.077 21.656 3.460 2.648 14.002 12.625 2.281 6.290 4.835 19.013 4.895 2.860 7.643 34.756 39.303 1.205 43.734 8.108 52.197 7.500 22.446 218.100 9.827 26.965 92.378 1.729 6.969 1.726 42.801 30.242 5.113 29.379 4.462 707.064 1.999 2.692 1.630 40.619 14.591 15.373 254 467 459 9.302 32.762 15.505 94.799 5.570. Projected enrollment in Grades 7-10 and Grades 11-12 in public and private secondary schools.082 54.262 28.203 12.671 17.983 354 588 611 1.095 15.065 9.819 5.483 14.Annex 3.669 34.204 16.415 203.757 17.944 847 3.249 2.617 53.292 6.152 4.162 28.153 54.959 578 1.984 11.192 9.444 1.192 20.728 1.405 8.645 10.461 17.298 11.996 1.236 6.152.745 7.240 583 2.964 157.565 17.049 17.312 2.400 10.451 7.136 12.JHS 2010 actual 2016 2017 2020 2016 2017 2020 2010 actual 2016 2017 Privatec SS .309 5.574 1.009 3.250 24.983 35.270 51.807 2.541 18.884 6.566 3.706.091 3.JHS Public SS .670 3.512 9.203 2.221 12.596 762.182 4.824 11.278 50.257 9.385 5.196 40.866 32.001 7.702 7.814 9.766 7.334 3.060 3.044 4.475 49.698 36.063 5.505 1.275.669 1.498 6.224 3.943 5.181 5.963 4.446 103.853 46.455 215.208 29.196 28.356 10.183 33.153 2.949 17.716 5.079 209.520 37.581 18.165 95.591 8.286 29.308 20.752 2.JHS 2020 2016 2017 2020 REGION : NCR 672.378 2.141.112 7.610 7.397 8.443 19.909 1.059 20.184 11.221 36.965 11.715 16.223 20.435 1.287 23.256 4.647 7.769 11.063 19.628 1.764 12.696 3.472 11.718 4.505 26.584 6.186 11.465 249.796 36.883 13.742 1.764 205.325 50.372 246.804 437 851 820 177.158 16.293 1.433 59.110 3.747 8.971 2.723 2.527 39.222 47.767 10.200 32.044 6.992 36.097 495 1.631 3.078 8.540 38.574 7.573 9.458 5.288 6.787 13.028 5.178 6.669 5.425 3.615 3.177 53.217 5.030.120 167.628 21.565 90.653 4.842 34.786 51.017 8.192 1.246 7.070 2.453 2.369 3.602 667.530.568 154.647 29.370 6.379 4.727 8.261 2.126 4.639 15.585 8.652 9.309 22.816 17.202 6.329 4.275 4.731 7.931 16.452 4.791 11.796 8.441 51.439 16.972 37.658 1.217 8.662 6.722 1.390 4.740 828 1.795 2.004 5.660 5.115 2.547 3.065 34.817 91.246 2.753 32.424 45.949 37.150 3.326 26.028 9.050 21.713 215.515 86.019 7.786 1.520 2.835 20.398 9.258 17.081 43.185 109.548 6.053 90.325 34.214 7.801 29.111 6.730 55.090 7.460 37.582 16.210 350.943 684.842 18.794 51.063 15.624 55.268 16.646 5.736 6.916 3.494 8.534 1.389 9.675 27.367 14.267 5.200 Page 36 .078.549 2.273 37.126 18.150 10.770 34.579 4.503 16.710 131.712 12.917 5.752.512 10.067 1.712 18.575 2.760 7.270 1.816 16.865 8.063 6.857 96.560 2.620 1.287 10.750 8.638 39.080 7.831 2.381 1.675 5.212 9.269 11.698 7.736 9.269 19.385 23.909 13.302 7.649 9.949 94.755 21.708 6.689 2.903 5.413 12.979 3.617 26.781 1 Caloocan City 2 Las Piñas City 3 Makati City 4 Malabon & Navotas 5 Mandaluyong City 6 Manila 7 Marikina City 8 Muntinlupa City 9 Paranaque City 10 Pasay City 11 Pasig City & San Juan 12 Quezon City 13 Tagig & Pateros 14 Valenzuela City 88.190 11.845 1.165 28.201 5.382 8.217 404 929 1.059 15.075 51.538 416 599 1.705 399 798 749 10.808 2.031 2.584 33.728 13.320 41.564 1.087 6.

574 -109 270 32 -1.883 4.ILOCOS REGION 650 15.Annex 4.006 6.990 1.340 26.707 1.775 4.329 1. in NE) 12 Pampanga 13 San Fernando City 14 Angeles City 15 Tarlac 16 Tarlac City 17 Zambales 18 Olongapo City 52 32 25 38 8 0 81 3 2 6 2.CENTRAL LUZON 466 68.359 104.869 -3.792 -2.477 7.342 -108 2.878 1.077 1.416 2.856 1.439 3.SHS Public SS .068 30.071 401 0 2.SHS Public SS .748 482 18.CAGAYAN VALLEY 1 Batanes 2 Cagayan 3 Tuguegarao City 4 Isabela with Santiago 5 Cauayan City 6 Santiago City 7 Nueva Vizcaya 8 Quirino 494 -125 128 21 47 2 -21 40 7 24 225 -14 -53 -8 -29 375 -246 91 -1 12 -2 -43 31 2 -22 239 -30 -88 -9 -51 2. Binalonan 10 Alaminos City 11 Dagupan City 12 San Carlos City 13 Urdaneta City 158 45 100 8 2 70 5 86 166 2 0 2 6 1.501 42 221 19 414 12 0 70 54 -21 -257 54 -1.957 2.884 12 -55 -21 -638 -59 -156 -221 -54 4 0 5.831 1.156 147 277 933 99 89 49 137 343 44 1.704 411 5.173 1.863 5.594 2.760 138 4.060 3.563 5.370 1 Aurora 2 Bataan 3 Balanga City 4 Bulacan 5 Malolos City 6 San Jose del Monte City 7 Nueva Ecija w/ San Jose 8 Cabanatuan City 9 Gapan City 10 Munoz Science City 11 San Jose City (incl.872 138 -4 46 4 29 61 18 56 5 6.000 2.556 3.701 206 REGION : III .582 276 71 240 34 59 360 50 831 635 72 81 101 100 274 78 256 34 67 368 48 833 630 74 88 97 110 148 50 193 32 59 320 43 807 410 72 81 101 100 183 78 244 34 67 337 46 833 391 74 88 97 110 805 0 42 227 18 438 3 0 23 54 655 -12 37 221 10 337 1 0 -12 49 1.001 7.124 5 247 -22 401 3.750 74 7.215 3.156 147 277 933 99 85 49 8.910 2.308 10. Lingayen 9 Pangasinan II.435 3.062 2.578 832 2.205 1.037 1.966 478 2.057 1.017 13.214 REGION : II .364 470 1.942 445 2.709 1 Ilocos Norte 2 Laoag City 3 Ilocos Sur 4 Candon City 5 Vigan City 6 La Union 7 San Fernando City 8 Pangasinan I.837 8.JHS Public SS .082 -105 -90 -38 -88 9 -71 -22 -142 -161 -67 -178 16 -113 -19 981 190 168 632 75 279 151 995 212 177 658 80 301 156 981 190 168 632 66 279 151 995 212 177 658 64 301 156 Page 37 .595 5.067 137 253 894 91 89 41 117 345 60 1.Incremental enrollment Public SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement classroom requirement net of surplus surplus in public JHS classrooms 2011-2017 2011-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2011 REGION : I .067 137 253 894 91 89 47 129 345 60 1. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in public secondary schools in selected divisions.907 2.374 252 1.473 473 0 3.793 3.647 742 2.243 16 552 101 823 62 0 203 99 17 552 98 824 67 0 218 102 -26 325 83 385 59 0 180 45 -20 331 88 487 66 0 218 53 32 -1.584 8.297 1.611 1.087 3 -7 14 -366 -34 -107 -119 -39 -1 6 140 343 58 1.407 4. 2017 and 2020 Public SS .

764 46 980 230 118 145 1.402 8.590 47 949 207 125 125 1.578 1 Marinduque 2 Occidental Mindoro 3 Oriental Mindoro 4 Calapan City 5 Palawan 6 Puerto Princesa City 7 Romblon 94 34 43 5 56 24 56 591 5.368 30.011 434 1.394 1.093 101.172 7.660 10.JHS Public SS .149 1.011 434 133 -297 81 -84 -11 -5 -174 -23 52 107 -609 80 -122 -43 -24 -338 -82 27 1.248 36.Incremental enrollment Public SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement classroom requirement net of surplus surplus in public JHS classrooms 2011-2017 2011-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2011 REGION : IV-A (CALABARZON) 325 112.472 36.260 18.958 2.172 -154 -7 -66 -39 -764 5 -216 -110 -18 -87 -171 -28 -374 -138 6 -4.147 2.423 1.904 51 3 3 4 24 63 17 13 54 30 17 21 14 8.SHS Public SS .496 -133 11.851 1.324 2.818 2.930 3.550 6 -366 -154 -37 -160 -494 -53 -637 -183 6.574 24.984 7.104 201 636 6.289 43.138 -262 -44 -126 -72 -1.787 1.833 11.764 52 980 230 118 145 1.698 1 Batangas 2 Batangas City 3 Lipa City 4 Tanauan City 5 Cavite w/ Dasmarinas 6 Cavite City 7 Laguna 8 Calamba City 9 San Pablo City 10 Santa Rosa City 11 Quezon 12 Lucena City 13 Rizal 14 Antipolo City 93 6 6 11 47 2 38 10 3 8 58 0 39 4 11.225 200.167 1.968 -197 -59 -20 -61 -205 -896 -5 -48 17 -210 -24 -243 0 3.757 1.449 5.032 170 176 111 1.412 REGION : IV-B (MIMAROPA) 312 21.746 851 1.695 3.049 60 973 424 1.279 24.913 613 84 85 121 303 983 56 107 205 502 68 449 119 656 91 88 135 306 1.266 10.135 65 111 182 505 64 448 127 .044 2.BICOL REGION 1 Albay 2 Legazpi City 3 Ligao City 4 Tabaco City 5 Camarines Norte 6 Camarines Sur 7 Iriga City 8 Naga City 9 Catanduanes 10 Masbate 11 Masbate City 12 Sorsogon 13 Sorsogon City Page 38 5 -2.676 966 1.228 2.438 450 10. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in public secondary schools in selected divisions.120 566 3.136 -130 -36 -16 -39 -93 -485 -4 -13 26 -202 -10 -102 -6 17 -1.400 15.072 61 1.286 314 64.SHS Public SS .930 10.514 886 11.587 1.072 61 1.004 167 157 102 1.299 17.032 170 176 111 1.848 -164 18. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Public SS .135 65 111 199 505 64 448 127 613 84 85 121 303 983 56 107 179 502 68 449 119 656 91 88 135 306 1.569 6.797 1.737 4.720 1.796 1.999 3.979 7.260 10.350 1.224 5.253 5.725 71.590 52 949 207 125 125 1.Annex 4.166 974 2.004 167 157 102 1.958 3.669 3.769 1.690 167 277 424 93 434 127 198 162 309 441 94 467 138 186 86 277 424 93 434 127 146 82 309 441 94 467 138 159 26 -1.364 2.356 6.283 1.871 649 REGION : V .049 60 973 424 1.422 924 4.816 7.946 5.

CENTRAL VISAYAS 393 69. in Neg Occ) 13 Kabankalan City 14 La Carlota City 15 Sagay City 16 San Carlos City 17 Silay City 18 Bacolod City 107 177 84 26 54 332 8 53 128 9 18 1.116 4.Annex 4.399 808 164 664 -64 0 1.545 4.116 113.893 639 37.171 84 330 325 335 399 52 95 1.126 5.049 4.318 2.525 15.677 7.193 6.863 2.350 89 133 124 437 288 196 548 48 78 58 44 0 49 667 67 1.012 6.220 64 130 729 79 67 301 379 229 38 63 1.257 8.607 7.684 460 157 328 -20 0 721 9.128 -131 -5 -742 -105 -133 -51 -357 -340 -155 -90 -12 -1 -6 4 0 6 3.350 89 133 124 437 288 196 548 48 78 58 40 0 43 Page 39 .162 -35 1 -436 -51 -79 -29 -135 -177 -97 -119 -4 0 2 3 0 14 1 Bohol 2 Tagbilaran City 3 Cebu Province 4 Danao City 5 Talisay City 6 Toledo City 7 Cebu City 8 Lapu-Lapu City 9 Mandaue City 10 Negros Oriental w/ Guilhunlngan 11 Bais City 12 Bayawan City 13 Dumaguete City 14 Tanjay City 15 Guihulngan City (incl.217 77 119 114 417 259 165 527 48 80 57 48 0 48 653 72 1.770 811 297 5.377 3.577 7.891 4.911 89 9 94 6 3 21 55 8 5 52 6 3 9 3 0 30 20 -1.654 75.SHS Public SS .607 5.SHS Public SS .217 77 119 114 417 259 165 527 48 80 55 45 0 34 653 72 1.091 10 -2.138 3.805 -42 19 -2 -8 18 49 -92 18 -20 -16 -1 -23 105 49 77 60 60 194 112 56 82 56 61 212 105 30 77 60 42 145 112 38 82 56 61 212 REGION : VII .WESTERN VISAYAS 1.469 897 257 506 -188 82 56 131 17 58 -92 -16 -28 58 7 11 1 Aklan 2 Antique 3 Capiz 4 Roxas City 5 Guimaras 6 Iloilo 7 Passi City 8 Iloilo City 9 Negros Occidental w/ Escalente 10 Bago City 11 Cadiz City 12 Escalante City (incl.226 31.593 344 23.137 395 -185 19.423 9.Incremental enrollment Public SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement classroom requirement net of surplus surplus in public JHS classrooms 2011-2017 2011-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2011 REGION : VI . in Neg Or) 16 Siquijor 667 68 1.603 5.326 4.150 -2.240 18.554 8.330 -109 944 464 -531 2.397 69 155 787 91 66 10 17 19 2 6 106 2.648 3.569 3.608 -24 1.459 -2.136 3.475 544 1.397 69 155 787 91 78 243 279 268 35 37 1.681 2.JHS Public SS .784 241 -713 31 -26 139 14 27 -364 -50 -72 -38 -11 12 4. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Public SS . Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in public secondary schools in selected divisions.084 3.220 64 130 787 86 78 332 379 368 52 90 1.156 40.075 1.167 3.610 4.157 5.

156 53.005 3.192 1.251 2.910 2.242 260 399 33.604 255 303 4.234 789 -151 12.816 3.167 -368 0 -62 11 -125 -42 -4 -19 -14 4 -263 -37 -233 1.777 568 6.809 3.559 4.Incremental enrollment Public SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement classroom requirement net of surplus surplus in public JHS classrooms 2011-2017 2011-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2011 REGION : VIII .630 452 19.240 46.126 -167 10.148 1.587 1.875 2.JHS Public SS .SHS Public SS .004 14.993 414 0 64 55 175 160 129 48 48 46 416 56 260 447 0 72 52 188 165 137 52 49 47 452 56 291 414 0 64 31 175 158 121 48 38 46 416 56 260 447 0 72 41 188 165 137 52 49 43 452 56 291 .626 7.231 6.677 2.EASTERN VISAYAS 413 38.389 -9 5.ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA 1 Zamboanga del Norte 2 Dapitan City 3 Dipolog City 4 Zamboanga del Sur 5 Pagadian City 6 Zamboanga City 7 Zamboanga Sibugay 8 Isabela City Page 40 115 -553 15 17 -146 -23 -49 -92 -157 -86 63 20 32 -647 -3 -3 -240 -50 -88 -42 -144 -77 10 22 2.008 1.Annex 4.587 3.395 157 991 6.645 109 298 884 94 139 352 333 128 164 35 107 298 904 97 150 391 368 153 171 38 94 281 884 94 139 352 333 128 101 15 107 298 904 97 150 391 368 153 161 16 35 -369 -155 6 7 -15 22 -139 -40 -20 17 -809 -173 9 -8 -70 8 -343 -170 -45 1.421 2.942 62.841 1.871 2.308 1 Biliran 2 Eastern Samar 3 Leyte 4 Ormoc City 5 Tacloban City 6 Northern Samar 7 Samar (Western Samar) 8 Calbayog City 9 Southern Leyte 10 Maasin City REGION : IX .NORTHERN MINDANAO 236 35.352 7.946 2.653 58 12 14 77 18 91 124 5 9.511 13. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Public SS .832 346 1.945 1.989 11.267 REGION : X . Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in public secondary schools in selected divisions.753 18.650 1.085 1.068 434 48 87 398 94 463 315 71 510 52 90 416 100 497 344 76 434 42 80 398 72 463 315 71 510 43 90 416 92 497 344 76 44 -601 -183 0 -31 24 -88 2 8 -9 10 -4 -134 -20 -132 15 -1.133 10.889 7.617 2.388 0 1.SHS Public SS .382 1.699 0 2.939 4.804 3.202 6.536 2.576 1 Bukidnon with Malaybalay 2 Malaybalay City (incl in Bukidnon) 3 Valencia City 4 Camiguin 5 Lanao del Norte 6 Iligan City 7 Misamis Occidental 8 Oroquieta City 9 Ozamis City 10 Tangub City 11 Misamis Oriental 12 Gingoog City 13 Cagayan de Oro City 48 0 0 24 26 37 45 8 4 1 18 7 18 10.560 2.827 1.129 10.201 37 64 92 13 0 61 12 2 104 28 969 2.723 1.643 743 -259 220 6.

341 12.861 33.SOCCSKSARGEN 243 43.890 10.826 698 3.470 378 240 79 60 128 271 50 631 274 425 286 104 64 159 356 50 726 300 378 240 79 60 128 271 50 631 274 425 286 104 64 159 356 50 726 300 20 -744 -107 20 -174 -34 -7 -175 -147 -5 -95 2 -1.670 19.DAVAO REGION 196 58.735 1.SHS Public SS .077 9.627 360 23.JHS Public SS .514 55.561 1 Compostela Valley 2 Davao del Norte 3 Panabo City 4 Island Garden City of Samal 5 Tagum City 6 Davao del Sur 7 Digos City 8 Davao City 9 Davao Oriental 28 19 5 2 24 4 3 55 56 8.774 285 1.999 1.031 0 4.119 12.470 2. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Public SS .814 -695 5.724 4.526 -776 1 North Cotabato 2 Kidapawan City 3 Sarangani 4 South Cotabato 5 Koronadal City 6 General Santos City 7 Sultan Kudarat 8 Tacurong City 9 Cotabato City REGION : CARAGA 1 Agusan del Norte 2 Butuan City 3 Agusan del Sur 4 Dinagat Islands (incl in Surigao N) 5 Surigao del Norte with Dinagat 6 Siargao 7 Surigao City 8 Surigao del Sur 9 Bislig City Page 41 0 -1.001 -107 2 -209 -79 -28 -249 -205 -4 -120 2.119 18.217 12.031 5.782 4.824 0 1.Annex 4.338 637 88 241 316 87 354 257 42 176 656 89 268 340 86 394 278 47 182 637 68 241 316 87 354 257 42 176 656 87 268 340 86 394 278 47 182 78 -233 -70 -72 -56 0 1 -4 -19 -12 77 85 -447 -99 -119 -105 0 -63 6 -33 -28 79 1.423 1.085 9.709 399 8.626 8.178 2.248 283 8.381 190 182 280 0 234 67 70 274 38 197 197 333 0 225 65 73 297 36 190 182 280 0 233 67 70 274 -39 197 197 333 0 225 59 73 297 -43 .296 1.167 3.750 -288 -264 -90 -19 -68 -418 -34 -387 -182 2.250 14.907 721 1.335 1.242 13 10 140 0 43 12 7 73 62 3.282 4.723 REGION : XII . Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in public secondary schools in selected divisions.111 2.198 2.111 2.814 11.513 2.785 6.SHS Public SS .994 294 4.061 7.858 6.564 285 5.711 8.099 -164 -170 -58 -14 -45 -281 -5 -257 -105 0 -1.292 1.521 9.Incremental enrollment Public SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement classroom requirement net of surplus surplus in public JHS classrooms 2011-2017 2011-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2011 REGION : XI .340 2.715 3.864 99 26 10 71 2 20 8 2 5 9.271 948 4.839 363 14.295 87.

658 3.702 11 14 7 5 18 1 10 7 1. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Public SS .643 1.288 -11.393 11.394 -18.133 5.348 -1. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in public secondary schools in selected divisions.373 404 408 411 -48 5 6 199 -48 112 2 87 451 -93 11 12 210 -91 114 -2 104 821 839 498 508 119 68 152 196 71 117 98 128 72 150 206 66 125 92 114 62 -47 196 -41 115 11 117 60 -60 206 -48 125 -12 376 -887 -20 -240 376 -330 -154 -81 -20 -42 429 -1.923 2.910 49.422 5.140 683 -253 1.123.728 454 5.352 2.974 6.790 15.598 -64 3.767 53.245 1.090 1.215 840 13.503 7.504 4.269 9.715 1.250 963 1.535 47.084 7.709 13.121 724 -481 4.421 -1.397 1.235 5.142 188 -708 -141 -92 -8 -43 -35 69 11 -68 -35 101 7 -65 -97 -124 147 -1.373 404 408 847 325 323 327 179 633 236 218 247 75 433 1.344 391 396 870 318 310 325 179 670 235 227 240 75 454 1.740 2.408 2.620 15.133 895 974 83 126 141 241 81 157 42 165 93 157 159 255 102 160 39 168 83 126 -235 241 81 157 42 165 93 157 -270 255 102 160 39 168 3.523 12.267 692.344 391 396 870 318 310 325 179 714 235 227 240 178 454 1.046 36 28 199 6 87 17 81 1.340 2.Annex 4.708 1.421 -16.737 3.162 6.JHS Public SS .990 19.528 1.SHS Public SS .923 7.492 4.687 7.247 1.650 -488 4.Incremental enrollment Public SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement classroom requirement net of surplus surplus in public JHS classrooms 2011-2017 2011-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2011 REGION : NCR 1 Caloocan City 2 Las Piñas City 3 Makati City 4 Malabon & Navotas 5 Mandaluyong City 6 Manila 7 Marikina City 8 Muntinlupa City 9 Paranaque City 10 Pasay City 11 Pasig City & San Juan 12 Quezon City 13 Tagig & Pateros 14 Valenzuela City REGION : CAR 1 Abra 2 Apayao 3 Benguet 4 Baguio City 5 Ifugao 6 Kalinga 7 Mountain Province REGION : ARMM 1 Basilan (w/ Lamitan City) 2 Lanao del Sur IA & IB 3 Lanao del Sur IIA & IIB 4 Marawi City 5 Maguindanao I & II 6 Sulu I 7 Sulu II 8 Tawi-Tawi PHILIPPINES 445 43.367 Page 42 .199 8.088 847 325 323 327 179 702 247 218 247 176 440 1.867 51.859 8.SHS Public SS .409 2.911 89.199 853 -1.036 1.018 73 42.002 -13 2.047 4 2 13 0 24 105 10 15 2 90 99 55 23 3 6.621 -20.040 -8 -284 429 -423 -197 -68 -24 -36 1.317 50.767 4.401 5.267 -574 4.665 -304 -181 -18 -61 -72 44 -45 -89 -159 103 -7 -290 -248 -191 6.

CENTRAL LUZON 1 Aurora 2 Bataan 3 Balanga City 4 Bulacan 5 Malolos City 6 San Jose del Monte City 7 Nueva Ecija w/ San Jose 8 Cabanatuan City 9 Gapan City 10 Munoz Science City 12 Pampanga 13 San Fernando City 14 Angeles City 15 Tarlac 16 Tarlac City 17 Zambales 18 Olongapo City 381 -12 -12 24 9 21 8 26 42 36 96 1 60 11 47 322 -18 1 24 -10 23 7 33 41 -4 79 -3 64 -1 50 816 859 79 18 105 11 12 100 44 175 134 20 47 53 18 117 17 106 10 11 94 42 198 124 18 46 60 16 101 -30 0 41 7 -20 26 0 27 -10 43 -107 0 -34 7 -57 17 0 19 -16 522 552 0 161 38 201 32 0 72 18 0 154 40 231 36 0 71 20 2.114 -145 -147 197 2.318 -353 -451 79 -136 -143 171 1.109 0 1.295 11.929 1.598 REGION : II .269 718 0 724 546 0 3.Annex 5.276 42 4.007 252 -231 1.797 -456 631 26 -252 800 72 2.222 2.390 7.082 800 2.217 -465 1.284 -1.009 -48 2. 2017 and 2020 Private SS .293 19 43 9 719 91 269 322 62 2 5 449 30 187 63 39 39 42 -71 2.791 -1.720 2.906 1.784 16.232 -132 20 -9 14 679 93 273 297 65 5 1 401 20 206 52 28 -123 78 2. Binalonan 10 Alaminos City 11 Dagupan City 12 San Carlos City 13 Urdaneta City 28 14 23 22 2 44 44 101 124 3 59 33 37 1.530 -596 187 5. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in private secondary schools.237 0 39 8 53 42 0 43 2 0 -79 38 3.850 1 Ilocos Norte 2 Laoag City 3 Ilocos Sur 4 Candon City 5 Vigan City 6 La Union 7 San Fernando City 8 Pangasinan I.268 35 99 20 589 67 164 211 49 7 5 302 52 121 267 62 123 49 36 114 21 593 55 163 216 50 7 6 298 54 117 306 58 130 44 Page 43 493 -58 79 -6 96 -10 4 74 2 139 38 19 -13 42 -29 609 -72 116 -7 106 -13 4 61 1 198 45 18 -18 60 -34 421 0 0 120 31 201 6 0 45 18 509 0 0 154 33 231 19 0 52 20 508 -596 14 99 8 -101 -32 -115 -109 -16 2 4 -125 24 -83 211 23 123 -15 592 -330 16 114 7 -86 -38 -110 -81 -15 2 5 -103 34 -89 254 30 130 -34 .333 -238 1. by division.SHS Private SS .144 441 -873 504 487 7.536 11.483 -64 -235 516 126 4.310 -25 21 -2 12 690 99 279 320 65 5 1 427 28 204 56 39 -23 64 2.SHS Private JHS .JHS Private SS .015 -116 1. Lingayen 9 Pangasinan II.001 77 -769 313 20 2.788 -97 -196 1.CAGAYAN VALLEY 1 Batanes 2 Cagayan 3 Tuguegarao City 4 Isabela with Santiago 5 Cauayan City 6 Santiago City 7 Nueva Vizcaya 8 Quirino REGION : III .242 70 -47 992 -452 1.Incremental enrollment Private SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement final classroom requirement net surplus of surplus in private JHS classrooms 2010-2017 2010-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2010 REGION : I .ILOCOS REGION 534 8.

2017 and 2020 (continuation) Private SS .588 609 527 690 280 -146 504 -1.557 1.119 -264 98 34 45 24 -264 21 525 160 53 84 127 68 512 368 1.539 29 40 11 4 19 61 19 48 3 5 9 25 21 115 -116 44 -33 5.438 -13 -94 -35 11 2 141 -12 -142 -229 1.587 1. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in private secondary schools.SHS Private SS .780 -1.027 -325 3.JHS Private SS .565 3.225 10.080 115 39 32 9 -1.971 -525 255 42 66 16 1.080 23 397 141 46 81 109 68 393 327 3.315 1.594 875 629 -180 2.793 1 Batangas 2 Batangas City 3 Lipa City 4 Tanauan City 5 Cavite w/ Dasmarinas 6 Cavite City 7 Laguna 8 Calamba City 9 San Pablo City 10 Santa Rosa City 11 Quezon 12 Lucena City 13 Rizal 14 Antipolo City 146 38 70 28 967 13 471 178 45 100 129 68 584 358 2.Incremental enrollment Private SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement final classroom requirement net surplus of surplus in private JHS classrooms 2010-2017 2010-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2010 REGION : IV-A (CALABARZON) 3.244 26.118 -448 3.542 353 76 111 40 1.819 1.380 -51 1.760 3.233 -446 1.991 -229 264 31 75 30 1.716 -5 274 412 REGION : V .SHS Private JHS . by division.914 -19 -429 398 -733 184 323 0 8.195 63.676 -24 870 920 4 8.272 470 294 17.415 829 -371 738 112 -10 3.BICOL REGION 1 Albay 2 Legazpi City 3 Ligao City 4 Tabaco City 5 Camarines Norte 6 Camarines Sur 7 Iriga City 8 Naga City 9 Catanduanes 10 Masbate 11 Masbate City 12 Sorsogon 13 Sorsogon City 2.914 817 851 1.966 112.676 6.153 197 1.915 1 Marinduque 2 Occidental Mindoro 3 Oriental Mindoro 4 Calapan City 5 Palawan 6 Puerto Princesa City 7 Romblon 15 16 76 3 18 33 16 -689 653 -2.378 REGION : IV-B (MIMAROPA) 177 2.Annex 5.124 195 55.329 -16 60 -16 14 1 157 -15 30 -182 139 -8 9 46 -8 22 32 12 18 163 -13 15 41 -13 22 39 27 19 483 -4 42 6 -3 3 71 172 42 41 -1 79 16 0 11 620 -4 24 12 4 5 82 239 43 55 -4 113 16 16 11 .329 7 457 125 60 82 266 53 423 145 199 -11 30 1 134 -11 6 18 10 153 -16 18 5 119 -15 -1 5 6 330 303 39 47 126 22 38 30 28 33 46 106 22 39 32 25 181 -253 26 43 10 5 -107 -86 0 34 7 -60 9 35 12 164 -437 45 36 4 4 -164 -179 -16 25 10 -78 9 19 12 660 780 68 49 7 8 71 172 42 75 6 79 25 35 23 69 48 8 9 82 239 43 80 6 113 25 35 23 Page 44 1.438 8 431 125 64 86 268 56 370 139 379 70 107 39 1.387 -357 -2.692 851 92.

Incremental enrollment Private SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement final classroom requirement net surplus of surplus in private JHS classrooms 2010-2017 2010-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2010 REGION : VI .052 1.887 32.090 431 -271 329 -50 -59 490 -36 1.896 61.803 -50 -1.308 365 -140 -98 38 32 7 8 8 -1 164 -32 -9 15 1 7 15 5 11 54 319 -429 -236 16 30 3 7 -57 -2 151 -113 -5 16 -16 8 15 14 9 50 1.748 250 -319 1.771 595 -107 380 142 5.WESTERN VISAYAS 594 17.127 1 Bohol 2 Tagbilaran City 3 Cebu with Bogo.307 -358 3.126 2.212 104 -2.SHS Private JHS .925 269 10. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Private SS .272 1.344 -295 -153 246 97 12 -150 160 67 30 33 11 114 3 86 305 13 8 25 1 1 41 9 145 165 77 24 33 11 125 5 97 316 19 7 26 1 1 33 9 146 475 -1.SHS Private SS .JHS Private SS .479 31.149 -145 371 19 432 -69 96 -2 -21 64 102 58 -8 -11 -13 -21 21 4 7 .Annex 5.511 1. in Neg Or) 16 Siquijor 14 39 139 69 35 22 174 58 25 19 1 12 64 43 16. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in private secondary schools.176 REGION : VII .554 -392 -176 200 96 2. Carcar & Naga 4 Danao City 5 Talisay City 6 Toledo City 7 Cebu City 8 Lapu-Lapu City 9 Mandaue City 10 Negros Oriental w/ Guilhunlngan 11 Bais City 12 Bayawan City 13 Dumaguete City 14 Tanjay City 15 Guihulngan City (incl.CENTRAL VISAYAS 726 33. by division.063 677 18.095 1 Aklan 2 Antique 3 Capiz 4 Roxas City 5 Guimaras 6 Iloilo 7 Passi City 8 Iloilo City 9 Negros Occidental w/ Escalente 10 Bago City 11 Cadiz City 13 Kabankalan City 14 La Carlota City 15 Sagay City 16 San Carlos City 17 Silay City 18 Bacolod City 70 29 28 11 10 66 2 157 59 1 9 8 6 14 16 10 98 7.089 -78 -34 92 51 2.965 13.192 2.038 -676 24 -268 77 -36 20 221 -1 -24 -33 9 16 56 38 1.606 126 -331 4.335 -352 -182 375 216 513 -474 -362 33 -90 80 -5 23 215 24 -6 -11 8 15 59 41 260 46 312 7 86 16 228 65 104 65 2 5 43 14 -89 15 14 19 Page 45 796 -109 160 29 -2 26 3 106 3 -78 305 13 -7 24 -6 -14 36 -2 91 866 -90 165 61 -6 30 4 125 5 -54 316 19 -9 26 -7 -14 19 0 96 371 43 432 8 96 18 200 64 102 58 1 5 43 17 898 -139 260 13 312 -73 86 -7 13 41 104 65 -6 -10 -16 -27 1.392 1.310 -511 1.547 196 272 7.646 2.841 1.

775 10 0 6 19 1 115 15 4 1. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in private secondary schools.606 42 -1.090 -537 4.006 1.209 1 Bukidnon with Malaybalay 2 Malaybalay City (incl in Bukidnon) 3 Valencia City 4 Camiguin 5 Lanao del Norte 6 Iligan City 7 Misamis Occidental 8 Oroquieta City 9 Ozamis City 10 Tangub City 11 Misamis Oriental 12 Gingoog City 13 Cagayan de Oro City 35 0 24 3 26 23 20 6 42 1 127 6 158 -2.717 21.137 -64 857 3.792 3.620 735 894 -859 423 660 3.393 -2.JHS Private SS .297 7.479 2.233 2.316 739 835 8.986 1.794 16.215 -1.SHS Private JHS .838 29 12 1.099 0 1.222 69 3.EASTERN VISAYAS 172 11.622 2.406 -135 -398 141 -169 486 3.NORTHERN MINDANAO 471 5.304 -89 198 1. by division.117 72 170 8.ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA 1 Zamboanga del Norte 2 Dapitan City 3 Dipolog City 4 Zamboanga del Sur 5 Pagadian City 6 Zamboanga City 7 Zamboanga Sibugay 8 Isabela City Page 46 65 -134 0 8 -24 -12 21 30 -3 -15 -80 6 46 -333 1 -11 -78 -32 -8 40 -10 -19 -175 5 414 479 4 37 146 25 45 38 18 19 67 15 5 40 164 24 46 38 22 19 105 16 88 -105 -19 2 2 -8 -44 82 -34 2 69 -292 -60 1 -13 -65 -72 66 -82 2 353 408 40 6 24 76 44 108 49 6 36 6 28 104 51 116 59 8 487 -18 95 0 21 12 -11 34 51 9 51 -2 131 -5 83 303 -101 82 0 0 15 -76 22 51 7 35 -8 61 -17 30 646 670 123 0 58 6 86 76 39 5 9 3 59 20 162 130 0 59 5 93 74 39 5 9 3 69 26 158 349 0 4 29 146 25 24 8 18 19 67 9 435 -2 4 40 164 24 46 -2 22 19 105 11 265 0 40 4 22 76 44 26 49 4 339 0 36 5 28 104 51 50 59 6 295 -136 28 0 37 -6 86 42 -12 -4 -42 3 -72 20 79 417 -50 48 0 59 -10 93 52 -12 -2 -26 3 8 26 128 .373 -63 295 406 2.991 1 18 79 4 41 11 6 0 5 7 64 454 4.SHS Private SS .644 -491 -1.Incremental enrollment Private SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement final classroom requirement net surplus of surplus in private JHS classrooms 2010-2017 2010-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2010 REGION : VIII .033 5.751 1 Biliran 2 Eastern Samar 3 Leyte 4 Ormoc City 5 Tacloban City 6 Northern Samar 7 Samar (Western Samar) 8 Calbayog City 9 Southern Leyte 10 Maasin City REGION : IX . 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Private SS .219 4.513 17.082 1.Annex 5.301 2.386 83 REGION : X .714 0 129 -410 1.

024 -315 4. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in private secondary schools.647 1.091 382 1.550 1 Compostela Valley 2 Davao del Norte 3 Panabo City 4 Island Garden City of Samal 5 Tagum City 6 Davao del Sur 7 Digos City 8 Davao City 9 Davao Oriental 7 30 25 8 73 28 0 207 16 946 -154 555 -203 2.366 776 REGION : XII .506 2.286 923 100 1.819 26 37 21 0 8 0 5 20 29 1.SHS Private SS .383 455 1.SOCCSKSARGEN 169 7. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Private SS .531 -722 1 North Cotabato 2 Kidapawan City 3 Sarangani 4 South Cotabato 5 Koronadal City 6 General Santos City 7 Sultan Kudarat 8 Tacurong City 9 Cotabato City REGION : CARAGA 1 Agusan del Norte 2 Butuan City 3 Agusan del Sur 4 Dinagat Islands (incl in Surigao N) 5 Surigao del Norte with Dinagat 6 Siargao 7 Surigao City 8 Surigao del Sur 9 Bislig City Page 47 207 -18 -14 33 13 13 27 19 -4 94 8 106 -75 -36 21 2 15 -32 25 -6 43 -1 508 583 48 36 35 5 37 84 19 209 35 49 44 41 7 51 93 20 242 36 85 -50 57 8 -4 7 -6 13 -7 -13 -20 13 -160 -6 2 -26 -26 -16 11 -20 -27 -39 592 635 93 15 37 113 45 59 84 43 103 102 16 34 110 46 59 93 60 115 117 -89 -5 27 -7 0 -57 -1 -19 49 41 104 -214 -77 5 -4 0 -92 -1 -40 54 45 282 294 72 42 52 0 27 3 27 37 22 66 43 55 0 45 3 28 32 22 309 -8 48 3 22 -8 10 65 19 115 27 485 -8 49 23 39 -8 51 68 20 199 36 507 0 36 7 37 106 45 46 84 43 103 622 0 102 14 34 110 46 48 93 60 115 196 -31 72 15 52 0 27 3 27 -12 -19 235 -45 66 38 55 0 45 3 28 -22 -23 .280 0 2.435 1.665 16.SHS Private JHS .992 2.280 14.141 0 4.610 1.900 -50 1.942 146 7.768 1.Incremental enrollment Private SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement final classroom requirement net surplus of surplus in private JHS classrooms 2010-2017 2010-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2010 REGION : XI .098 -1.369 2.259 36 1 7 36 15 15 16 17 26 -950 -317 503 1.178 13.JHS Private SS .926 36 1.518 45 2. by division.DAVAO REGION 394 9.378 164 1.050 1.915 393 1.033 -1.317 -546 4.Annex 5.049 1.705 119 252 7.085 418 188 5.

145 18.416 131 -552 -534 -836 -7.836 8.681 0 11 57 73 75 59 475 97 196 223 90 279 910 48 88 2.SHS Private SS .849 -6 116 4.735 -53 -53 49 62 77 64 529 103 202 216 80 290 935 22 106 2.838 4. Estimate of classroom requirement for Grades 11-12 in private secondary schools.478 -91 -210 -4.098 10.359 -135 -96 -271 3.507 -671 -1.370 6.JHS Private SS .791 16.730 2.208 862 1.369 4.109 Page 48 533 -484 213 68 5 12 52 -52 9 -54 -97 -22 -74 -185 135 39 482 -823 201 69 4 12 20 -157 -4 -84 -115 -15 -105 -343 169 7 244 0 52 7 81 1 38 44 21 308 0 58 5 85 41 49 49 21 335 0 15 8 15 111 149 17 1 19 355 0 26 14 11 113 157 21 1 12 8.163 12.820 1.380 962 887 109 11.474 -23 -75 -330 12.394 224 125 78 87 111 423 106 142 126 68 205 725 183 127 201 118 66 89 84 372 99 118 101 65 185 592 191 113 121 -42 7 5 -4 108 -38 1 0 67 -106 -2 6 -24 61 -53 -15 -12 365 375 59 12 81 109 38 45 21 58 11 85 102 49 49 21 42 -171 -39 7 5 -41 -91 6 2 22 38 -200 -77 1 8 -30 -93 4 2 23 377 393 15 15 20 111 149 23 3 41 26 15 19 113 157 25 3 35 10.957 2.611 15.405 -5.021 -429 -647 -5.Incremental enrollment Private SS JHS Surplus/ Deficit (+/-) classroom Gross classroom requirement final classroom requirement net surplus of surplus in private JHS classrooms 2010-2017 2010-2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2017 2020 2010 REGION : NCR 1 Caloocan City 2 Las Piñas City 3 Makati City 4 Malabon & Navotas 5 Mandaluyong City 6 Manila 7 Marikina City 8 Muntinlupa City 9 Paranaque City 10 Pasay City 11 Pasig City & San Juan 12 Quezon City 13 Tagig & Pateros 14 Valenzuela City REGION : CAR 1 Abra 2 Apayao 3 Benguet 4 Baguio City 5 Ifugao 6 Kalinga 7 Mountain Province REGION : ARMM 1 Basilan (w/ Lamitan City) 2 Lanao del Sur IA & IB 3 Lanao del Sur IIA & IIB 4 Marawi City 5 Maguindanao I & II 6 Sulu I 7 Sulu II 8 Tawi-Tawi PHILIPPINES 2.542 178 52 50 65 45 362 88 169 214 75 192 816 177 128 7.003 171 4.993 1.375 9.936 -4.081 -419 -1.220 5.774 374.111 2. 2017 and 2020 (continuation) Private SS .542 255 -3 4.639 2 7 8 67 6 3 0 16 1.742 -2.Annex 5.969 -4.917 2. by division.575 4 3 23 127 0 6 8 -118 -100 1.202 -383 -678 -3.801 10.177 -2.711 244 350 277 -124 2.SHS Private JHS .062 -1.037 .706 17.510 192.524 -218 -1.

Estimate of classrooms available for Grades 11-12 in HEIs.677 8.8 -8.971 10.483 1.563 3.166 4.881 1.651 4.9 -9.179 71 755 2.298 2.492 0 3.166 2.4 -248.1 -33.699 581 5.2 -160.485 17.472 6.836 6.188 11.2 -31. by division.785 2.6 -106.3 -15.3 -24.303 4.7 -271.198 1.331 -40.3 -40.3 -54.Annex 6.947 56.906 0 106 8 5 15 39 172 70 53 23 417 123 148 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 67 101 28 20 21 115 54 100 187 22 14 23 37 33 101 134 28 26 131 93 272 257 78 37 440 160 248 148 50 193 32 59 320 43 807 410 72 81 101 100 47 -84 165 6 -72 227 -229 550 332 35 -359 -59 -148 -68.9 83 313 -52 890 -9 228 798 -18 82 -23 756 123 127 553 -94 203 104 -39.0 27.020 1.7 -119.020 5.1 4.568 508 31.070 18.CAGAYAN VALLEY 1 Batanes 2 Cagayan 3 Tuguegarao City 4 Isabela with Santiago 5 Cauayan City 7 Nueva Vizcaya 8 Quirino REGION : III .785 6.1 -96.218 5.307 6.394 0 5.138 791 854 4.603 2.059 689 13 799 1.001 0 0 517 0 0 0 608 0 0 0 0 441 1.040 5.0 -51.891 10.475 3.398 1.062 3.256 0 0 1.992 3.358 627 221 20.ILOCOS REGION 47.911 1.416 411 -83.216 952 1.393 9.696 4.0 -14.8 -17.307 4.022 7.3 -105.620 2.471 6.621 2.668 855 4.501 1.258 -23.788 73 15 61 230 24 29 54 133 15 0 280 134 83 121 163 8 65 0 5 0 25 0 0 13 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 11 30 35 41 130 99 267 21 125 85 0 127 156 0 0 37 156 133 0 108 61 191 354 291 50 192 218 15 127 451 134 83 158 319 152 95 137 343 44 1.5 -316.5 -241.4 -543.129 2.414 7.0 98 -17 179 19 -7 274 -93 679 371 54 -139 21 -24 -34.342 3.6 -111.188 80.8 -46.5 REGION : II .937 0 0 0 0 52 0 0 0 124 0 0 0 2.6 -16.553 329 0 0 0 0 0 0 508 162 12.3 59 8.983 60.257 5.1 -134.4 -25.342 3.182 3.7 -63.463 884 560 912 1.100% % change % change public SHS public SHS with public SHS with HEIs (50%) Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS without HEIs HEIs (100%) REGION : I .305 581 0 11.0 -35.6 -31.843 30.645 5.4 -154.540 6.458 9.879 2.7 -27.260 313 186 597 1.119 926 16.0 -16.104 1.472 3.9 -217.5 1 Ilocos Norte 2 Laoag City 3 Ilocos Sur 4 Candon City 5 Vigan City 6 La Union 7 San Fernando City 8 Pangasinan I.693 10.1 -632.608 6.6 -255.8 -19.5 -81.2 -158.529 312 2.9 -10.077 15 -98.2 -212.0 1.412 2.7 -12.309 0 4.873 8.414 -41.3 -222. Binalonan 10 Alaminos City 11 Dagupan City 12 San Carlos City 13 Urdaneta City 0 4.168 5.252 3.8 -21.5 -25.1 -82.999 5.070 6.590 0 182 0 1.5 2.307 12.2 -124.0 -483.488 99 1.640 14.667 4.391 1.5 -49.223 3.8 -434.706 10.907 588 2.6 352 -67.CENTRAL LUZON 1 Aurora 2 Bataan 3 Balanga City 4 Bulacan 5 Malolos City 6 San Jose del Monte City 7 Nueva Ecija w/ San Jose 8 Cabanatuan City 9 Gapan City 10 Munoz Science City 12 Pampanga 13 San Fernando City 14 Angeles City 15 Tarlac 16 Tarlac City 17 Zambales 18 Olongapo City Page 49 .1 -41.4 -19.9 -23. Lingayen 9 Pangasinan II.5 -62.458 119.178 1.2 -268.013 7.804 9. 2017 Needed Needed Number of places available HEIs for SHS in Number of classrooms available for SHS in HEIs Needed classrooms in classrooms in classrooms in 2017 in 2017 .6 -80.127 1.005 2.082 5.9 -309.465 1 206 95 228 62 89 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 4 316 117 262 0 84 16 5 522 212 490 62 173 37 -26 325 83 385 59 180 45 -31 -197 -129 -105 -3 7 8 19.2 -9.6 -52.248 3.0 -7.067 137 253 894 91 89 41 981 190 168 632 66 279 151 29 282 -147 713 -154 203 702 -127 74 -86 530 56 85 474 -253 127 56 -78.0 -29.5 -239.2 -29 64 -23 140 28 94 27 9.910 5.0 -70.5 -48.147 2.497 19.4 -127.0 -14.4 -8.1 59.6 -79.3 -127.

8 -33.1 -7.7 -55.Annex 6.683 2.332 8. Estimate of classrooms available for Grades 11-12 in HEIs. 2017 (continuation) Needed Needed Needed Number of places available HEIs for SHS in Number of classrooms available for SHS in HEIs classrooms in classrooms in classrooms in 2017 in 2017 .2 -29.8 -9.979 3.3 -30.692 830 3.8 -78.9 -35.8 -129.202 6.194 8.023 1.859 16.8 -92.506 833 0 4.2 -23.692 1.2 -49.493 412 843 1.624 2.104 11.165 3.748 9.5 -12.5 -36.212 24.8 4.984 -28.445 213 21 0 109 409 16 613 184 27 37 377 127 251 95 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 21 40 0 4 16 0 0 105 173 23 0 297 28 276 0 44 44 231 4 172 16 318 194 23 109 706 44 934 205 111 81 612 147 423 111 1.0 -43.667 28.5 -27.9 -315.447 290 1.413 2.709 910 3.9 -17.7 -13.465 15.037 56.3 -245.609 3.895 2.9 -61.3 -27.368 16.4 Page 50 .966 1.529 4. by division.335 5.723 8.2 -122.761 1.7 -6.082 -55.8 1.064 1.8 -58.456 920 126 866 1.9 -4.496 160.773 14.9 498 -25 74 76 231 804 40 -62 124 471 47 428 9 -18.316 12.190 1.601 3.5 -21.6 -156.070 10.708 7.925 927 0 11.755 1.922 0 1.9 -44.049 60 973 424 686 -27 134 -7 884 3 15 2 14 44 437 -87 550 313 -31.164 8.7 3.092 5.0 -88.283 0 554 4.514 7.742 37.350 0 892 5.028 0 1.7 -7.348 77 0 0 0 276 0 0 0 2.312 1.242 14 4 37 10 21 34 2 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 65 94 30 33 125 165 79 79 98 67 50 146 199 81 86 277 424 93 434 127 146 7 179 357 43 288 -72 65 -91.4 -58.983 1.7 -116.4 2.076 0 687 0 0 1.8 -64.237 25 482 105 70 85 743 -14 762 369 -15.465 3.BICOL REGION 1 Albay 2 Legazpi City 3 Ligao City 4 Tabaco City 5 Camarines Norte 6 Camarines Sur 7 Iriga City 8 Naga City 9 Catanduanes 10 Masbate 11 Masbate City 12 Sorsogon 13 Sorsogon City 99.451 2.968 3.4 -32.8 -53.8 -49.001 6.413 4.8 -18.4 -93.263 1.5 -259.4 -15.078 1.024 3.5 -61.4 -99.346 1.6 -98.669 2.370 639 24.316 13.620 3.901 4.5 -157.8 -58.1 4.5 47 228 391 68 361 28 106 -45.893 1.069 34.539 1.9 -30.586 0 178 627 0 0 4.844 7.5 -44.004 167 157 102 1.023 5.4 -47.587 939 -40.495 5.822 122 7 591 720 1.912 3.6 -106.407 0 0 0 899 0 0 0 3.425 222 3.8 -13.577 5.223 -39.5 -26.7 36.410 3.9 -26.167 3.758 927 4.3 -53.7 566 140 1.659 76.2 -14.4 -22.018 6.368 28.800 -23.4 -29.6 -184.590 47 949 207 125 125 1.090 5.1 -74.799 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.877 646 12.345 2.225 162 6.203 4.100% % change % change public SHS public SHS with public SHS with Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS without HEIs HEIs (100%) HEIs (50%) REGION : IV-A (CALABARZON) 1 Batangas 2 Batangas City 3 Lipa City 4 Tanauan City 5 Cavite w/ Dasmarinas 6 Cavite City 7 Laguna 8 Calamba City 9 San Pablo City 10 Santa Rosa City 11 Quezon 12 Lucena City 13 Rizal 14 Antipolo City REGION : IV-B (MIMAROPA) 1 Marinduque 2 Occidental Mindoro 3 Oriental Mindoro 4 Calapan City 5 Palawan 6 Puerto Princesa City 7 Romblon REGION : V .6 8.5 -37.2 -46.2 845 70 146 48 1.9 -16.227 -22.790 857 1.771 87 86 6 76 40 100 33 302 36 7 42 21 84 52 0 17 0 0 35 0 0 0 22 0 0 0 91 132 0 14 104 223 0 36 74 34 0 22 136 230 218 23 90 144 358 33 338 110 63 42 43 220 613 84 85 121 303 983 56 107 179 502 68 449 119 383 -134 62 31 159 625 23 -231 69 439 26 406 -101 -37.879 276 23.479 126 1.652 5.426 9.727 5.

8 -20.164 1.428 8.220 64 130 729 79 67 105 30 77 60 42 145 -93 76 212 -120 15 851 56 -335 261 35 -87 22 -12 64 4 37 -47 -138.993 0 5.387 14.536 0 870 0 11.8 -24.038 3.5 -43.3 -110.178 0 4.4 -221.766 0 0 701 0 2.9 -39.217 77 119 114 417 259 165 527 48 80 55 45 34 412 -186 974 -29 60 99 -310 144 -17 -55 6 45 -306 36 -20 -38.431 151 1.089 2.7 -15.241 6.1 -36.184 211 0 864 1.090 0 0 8.829 1.3 1 Bohol 2 Tagbilaran City 3 Cebu with Bogo.447 483 83 0 2.2 -377.269 22. Carcar & Naga 4 Danao City 5 Talisay City 6 Toledo City 7 Cebu City 8 Lapu-Lapu City 9 Mandaue City 10 Negros Oriental w/ Guilhunlngan 11 Bais City 12 Bayawan City 13 Dumaguete City 14 Tanjay City 16 Siquijor 4.132 3.5 -357.716 1.5 -70.4 -46.7 1 Aklan 2 Antique 3 Capiz 4 Roxas City 5 Guimaras 6 Iloilo 7 Passi City 8 Iloilo City 9 Negros Occidental w/ Escalente 10 Bago City 11 Cadiz City 13 Kabankalan City 14 La Carlota City 15 Sagay City 16 San Carlos City 17 Silay City 18 Bacolod City 9.213 870 14.744 331 18.0 -66.6 -20.604 611 20. Estimate of classrooms available for Grades 11-12 in HEIs.823 0 2.9 -328.096 24 90 107 54 202 74 236 27 63 -126 41 7 -19.3 -178. 2017 (continuation) Needed Needed Number of places available HEIs for SHS in Number of classrooms available for SHS in HEIs Needed classrooms in classrooms in classrooms in 2017 in 2017 .4 -29.833 1.766 6.074 4.8 -6.100% % change % change public SHS public SHS with public SHS with Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS without HEIs HEIs (100%) HEIs (50%) REGION : VI .9 -442.077 0 12.387 6.091 0 1.592 7.837 3.221 192 5.7 -49.971 121.2 -12.4 -110.4 -87.381 7.1 -6.3 -72.2 -22.0 -16.099 64 875 3.542 34.Annex 6.6 -13.269 23.024 126 4.392 1.148 3.403 10.5 -30.132 9.8 2.0 -158.118 2.1 -188.500 106.034 0 744 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 108 188 53 79 40 15 522 110 182 560 5 0 209 9 19 19 0 26 0 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 128 65 164 27 0 0 205 5 0 22 37 35 152 0 35 255 253 243 106 59 15 727 115 182 582 42 35 361 9 54 667 67 1.557 -34.2 -10.601 18.610 1.474 1.249 1.0 -137.690 1.241 0 1.514 2.666 331 0 0 6.555 1.364 346 770 764 0 1.890 4.3 -11.4 -10.4 75 178 240 -43 26 1.254 2.344 815 13.4 5.8 -114.1 -27.WESTERN VISAYAS 57.3 -44.697 246 79 0 117 0 77 0 313 250 0 136 12 2 0 56 5 138 14 3 0 0 0 0 8 0 8 44 0 0 40 0 0 0 34 76 121 56 38 22 292 0 152 210 0 18 71 0 13 0 0 20 336 203 56 155 22 369 8 465 468 44 154 83 42 13 56 5 192 243 279 268 35 37 1.2 -55.8 -656.2 -174.0 -140.6 -87.9 -79.596 6.8 -21.430 -32.348 611 29.8 540 -60 1.262 6.CENTRAL VISAYAS 84.538 567 3.9 -132.213 10.455 346 2.0 -8.4 2.536 9.7 -6.8 -10.173 Page 51 .7 -229.677 0 3.001 2.126 2.385 216 0 8.2 REGION : VII .036 60 -103 495 57 -10 64 9 71 32 40 49 -69.686 534 2.891 1.221 192 7.4 -20.536 2.671 3.2 -55.0 -68.7 -64.316 1.068 43.0 -79.9 -93.603 0 0 534 0 0 0 0 1.2 -43.721 4.9 -59.331 7.8 -32.2 -55.065 331 8.633 -54. by division.776 -54.

0 -23. 2017 (continuation) Needed Needed Number of places available HEIs for SHS in Number of classrooms available for SHS in HEIs Needed classrooms in classrooms in classrooms in 2017 in 2017 .Annex 6.6 -106.226 2.286 174 145 4 18 179 28 34 65 0 44 9 279 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 13 0 0 257 0 29 26 111 2 5 0 17 75 17 103 450 145 33 44 290 30 39 65 37 132 26 382 414 64 31 175 158 121 48 38 46 416 56 260 -36 -81 -2 131 -132 91 9 -27 9 284 30 -122 -108.3 -171.371 2.5 -40.705 3.441 39.157 1.7 -60. by division.3 -53.603 1.9 1.500 0 1.421 1.8 -14.6 -34.455 3.154 0 1.748 3.6 -85.4 -117.955 8.9 39.583 5.3 -113.990 0 3.859 2.335 795 0 563 1.0 -238.620 1.014 15.919 12.2 -506.5 2.130 8.2 -49.875 845 -54.908 6.7 -46.006 0 3.NORTHERN MINDANAO 1 Bukidnon with Malaybalay 3 Valencia City 4 Camiguin 5 Lanao del Norte 6 Iligan City 7 Misamis Occidental 8 Oroquieta City 9 Ozamis City 10 Tangub City 11 Misamis Oriental 12 Gingoog City 13 Cagayan de Oro City 16.ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA 1 Zamboanga del Norte 2 Dapitan City 3 Dipolog City 4 Zamboanga del Sur 5 Pagadian City 6 Zamboanga City 7 Zamboanga Sibugay 8 Isabela City REGION : X .1 -54.3 6.9 189 -9 15 153 13 106 29 6 28 350 43 69 -54.780 425 36 984 1.7 -226.743 18.378 62 68 23 73 303 207 58 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 31 25 94 40 254 49 33 99 99 48 167 343 461 107 34 434 42 80 398 72 463 315 71 335 -57 32 231 -271 2 208 37 -22.200 1.171 750 10.263 1.100% % change % change public SHS public SHS with public SHS with Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS without HEIs HEIs (100%) HEIs (50%) REGION : VIII .2 -73.041 0 4.0 -47.447 0 80 0 181 0 0 796 697 501 2.984 0 662 0 4.268 1. Estimate of classrooms available for Grades 11-12 in HEIs.754 352 11.034 0 14 33 65 139 46 62 6 3 57 0 0 15 0 0 2 0 0 0 19 92 249 216 0 96 144 31 81 75 0 92 263 264 65 235 192 93 87 78 76 94 281 884 94 139 352 333 128 101 15 2 18 620 29 -96 160 240 41 23 -61 -97.1 -183.683 13.4 -40.763 0 1.1 -80.0 -21.5 0 550 1.9 -93.750 11.993 57.9 -68.948 0 1.212 2.9 3.EASTERN VISAYAS 1 Biliran 2 Eastern Samar 3 Leyte 4 Ormoc City 5 Tacloban City 6 Northern Samar 7 Samar (Western Samar) 8 Calbayog City 9 Southern Leyte 10 Maasin City REGION : IX .9 -30.613 0 10.6 -253.500 229 134 2.6 -84.294 0 0 0 1.5 -27.562 2.3 -14.966 3.0 -34.0 -77.7 999 -45.9 -34.046 25.133 -53.505 10.548 1.671 10.0 -38.5 -25.6 -91.493 5.4 -99.7 48 150 752 62 22 256 287 85 62 -23 -48.8 -81.827 554 -69.780 1.583 9.9 -46.445 2.2 -15.798 0 22.722 -28.248 3.285 2.5 -27.320 57 0 1.552 2.466 2.327 2.2 1.8 -235.0 -476.718 902 2.232 0 1.8 -12.846 5.8 -17.9 -23.303 -30.4 -146.671 9.630 0 3.358 1.342 1.124 3.2 -12.5 -24.6 -29.815 168 709 7.673 1.0 -42.950 1.677 66.119 1.322 3.537 54.620 0 1.175 0 1.815 1.240 1.9 -69.346 0 0 605 0 0 66 0 0 0 771 Page 52 .1 -169.977 5.936 979 52 642 1.021 5.115 18.3 31.4 -31.9 385 -8 56 315 -100 233 262 54 -11.394 7.438 4.

330 269 48 28 3 208 78 9 560 39 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 60 20 6 0 23 9 15 129 67 329 81 34 3 231 87 24 689 109 378 240 79 60 128 271 50 631 274 49 159 45 57 -103 184 26 -58 165 -87.0 -225.5 -90.296 435 -66.759 7.398 1.270 3.134 55 7.253 1.6 -202.8 214 200 62 59 13 228 38 287 220 -43.242 16 329 1.693 1.0 -25.4 -63.186 12.768 2.1 -0.976 53.146 2.466 18.025 4 300 1.832 11.2 171.582 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7.102 109 8.178 954 -56.2 -16.3 41.7 -11.4 -85.329 1.9 -10.497 969 27.673 1.9 -188.128 16.133 363 22.4 -92.410 17.8 -43.2 1.684 649 13.7 -170.0 -54.2 -0.9 -32.587 2.0 3.024 832 1.2 -31.665 13.393 797 234 0 937 364 606 5.4 -82.0 -109.1 -48.9 10.954 2.334 3.337 1.8 138 27 48 209 67 -9 186 -73 -27.6 1 Compostela Valley 2 Davao del Norte 3 Panabo City 4 Island Garden City of Samal 5 Tagum City 6 Davao del Sur 7 Digos City 8 Davao City 9 Davao Oriental 10.1 85. by division.5 -169.793 12.0 0.0 -337.5 -94.759 4.0 -5.5 -16.314 991 0 275 0 3.125 55 7.296 6.288 305 4.397 -35.998 2.887 0 15.505 3. Estimate of classrooms available for Grades 11-12 in HEIs.679 11.9 1 North Cotabato 2 Kidapawan City 3 Sarangani 4 South Cotabato 5 Koronadal City 6 General Santos City 7 Sultan Kudarat 8 Tacurong City 9 Cotabato City REGION : CARAGA 1 Agusan del Norte 2 Butuan City 3 Agusan del Sur 5 Surigao del Norte with Dinagat 6 Siargao 7 Surigao City 8 Surigao del Sur 9 Bislig City 535 2.DAVAO REGION 49.901 277 Page 53 .1 -24.100% % change % change public SHS public SHS with public SHS with Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS without HEIs HEIs (100%) HEIs (50%) REGION : XI .136 6.372 0 396 1.6 1.126 1.9 -21.5 -32.3 -404.775 1.9 REGION : XII .253 4.007 143 11.0 -180.6 -19.961 1.863 558 0 2.5 -2.403 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 0 4.408 0 3.9 -165.680 91 253 417 35 0 95 74 60 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 13 58 47 14 0 63 98 7 104 311 464 49 0 158 176 67 190 182 280 233 67 70 274 -39 86 -129 -184 184 67 -88 98 -106 -54.567 5.0 -33.2 -39.111 685 -67.Annex 6.4 674 -48.143 63.924 1.954 11.9 -51.651 10.7 -64.7 -21.544 4.0 -112.SOCCSKSARGEN 54.807 70.8 -184.8 -5.5 0.476 1.312 1.536 1.791 2.318 -37.168 3.965 0 6. 2017 (continuation) Needed Needed Needed Number of places available HEIs for SHS in Number of classrooms available for SHS in HEIs classrooms in classrooms in classrooms in 2017 in 2017 .992 256 103 1 192 294 107 8 121 290 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 183 25 0 7 0 76 21 49 35 439 128 1 199 294 183 29 170 325 637 68 241 316 87 354 257 42 176 198 -60 240 117 -207 171 228 -128 -149 -68.336 109 9.547 0 532 0 0 0 0 0 0 117 2.7 418 4 241 217 -60 263 243 -43 14 -34.

531 0 320 1.415 1.8 -24.388 395 1.619 1.344 1.7 186.584 1.496 1.759 68 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 209 0 7.867 21.011 16.017 2.945 19.7 282 -43.324 1.438 4.785 236 51 1043 13 33 605 50 475 100 334 63 1128 174 39 163 27 104 82 0 307 49 65 0 61 43 87 0 55 0 0 0 0 240 865 33 0 0 16 17 260 43 0 399 78 1147 95 273 1777 132 540 100 411 123 1475 217 94 847 325 323 327 179 633 236 218 247 75 433 1.944 0 1.262 525.719 0 15.439 47.0 -355.402 -55.966 3.5 -28.723 4.0 -177.459 2.994 8.148 45.6 -12.5 -23.139 1.9 -247.539 -34.0 0.004 2.5 -76.321 0 0 632 665 10.474 6.808 8 0 81 256 0 29 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 17 94 34 48 36 68 38 17 175 290 48 65 70 114 62 -47 196 -41 115 11 76 45 -222 -94 -89 50 -59 -33.760 41.0 -28.6 -14.997 1.974 1.334 22.3 -413.861 5. by division.844 74.0 -234.369 2.9 -20.135 37.4 -52.3 -9.3 250 -72.8 -14 114 -235 -325 -87 116 20 145 -116.910 71.964 -67.182 12.263 21.157 92 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.209 0 0 0 0 9.255 13.914 0 1.851 895 176 -80.5 -19.260 10.102 28.6 -52.1 -24.269 1.4 372.058 0 13.201 0 12.270 1.9 -27.3 -318.1 -152.2 -54.242 0 1.421 4.779 10.905 58.7 -55.099 41.1 3.144 104 -322 147 -336 310 -131 174 302 -47.606 4.100% % change % change public SHS public SHS with public SHS with Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS Private HEIs LUCs SUCs All HEIS without HEIs HEIs (100%) HEIs (50%) REGION : NCR 1 Caloocan City 2 Las Piñas City 3 Makati City 4 Malabon & Navotas 5 Mandaluyong City 6 Manila 7 Marikina City 8 Muntinlupa City 9 Paranaque City 10 Pasay City 11 Pasig City & San Juan 12 Quezon City 13 Tagig & Pateros 14 Valenzuela City REGION : CAR 1 Abra 2 Apayao 3 Benguet 4 Baguio City 5 Ifugao 6 Kalinga 7 Mountain Province REGION : ARMM 1 Basilan (w/ Lamitan City) 2 Lanao del Sur IA & IB 3 Lanao del Sur IIA & IIB 4 Marawi City 5 Maguindanao I & II 6 Sulu I 7 Sulu II 8 Tawi-Tawi PHILIPPINES 173.4 306 0 3.011 0 13.045 1.309 1.929 1.7 -40.2 61.3 -27.0 58.344 391 396 448 247 -824 232 -94 -1.692 58.392 3.1 -56.717 45.444 6.576 2.5 -548.748 72.0 -469.437 2.043 1.3 -148.160 376 0 327 703 498 171 -65.071 5.4 -28.3 31.4 899.0 117.9 9.8 -26.662 3.1 Page 54 .049 1.475 6.7 -11.5 -636.1 7.9 15.772 1.714 970 0 45.312 0 24.032 11.2 -74.520 670 7. 2017 (continuation) Needed Needed Number of places available HEIs for SHS in Number of classrooms available for SHS in HEIs Needed classrooms in classrooms in classrooms in 2017 in 2017 .497.105 3.142 510 3.865 3.646 193 19 0 953 310 10 44 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 178 25 73 0 39 193 24 0 1131 335 83 44 41 83 126 -235 241 81 157 42 165 -110 102 -235 -890 -254 74 -2 124 -232.7 -55.1 -29.4 -109.232 -45.759 1.617 2.4 -12.599 34.Annex 6.7 -13.929 2.6 -206.522 2.341 1.4 95 54 -135 51 -65 83 -24 -16.2 -274.714 761 0 38.5 0.116 12.0 -123. Estimate of classrooms available for Grades 11-12 in HEIs.5 -280.970 274.578 7.214 670 3.0 -14.523 1.3 -140.623 4.808 13.716 1.9 -104.7 648 286 -251 280 43 -256 170 -52 197 -131 372 607 283 349 -23.

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