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LAWS RELATED

TO SCHOOL
GOVERNANCE AND
OPERATIONS
Prepared by:
Arlene L. Catindig
GOVERNANCE
 refersto "all of processes of
governing, whether undertaken
by a government, market or
network, whether over a family,
tribe, formal or informal
organization or territory and
whether through the laws, norms,
power or language."
OPERATION
an act or instance, process,
or manner of functioning or
operating
the power to act; efficacy,
influence, or force.
Governance and Operations
Ensures the capacity of
the organization to
continuously improve and be
strategic in managing the
environment for which
“teaching and learning”
takes place.
Republic Act No. 9155

“Governance of Basic
Education Act of
2001.”
Republic Act No. 9155
An act in instituting a framework
of governance for basic
education/establishing authority
and accountability/renaming the
Department of Education/Culture
and Sports as The Department of
Education/ and for other purposes
Republic Act No. 9155
declared the policy of the State to
protect and promote the right of all
citizens to quality basic education
to make such education
accessible to all by providing all
Filipino children a free and
compulsory education in the
elementary level and free
education in the high school level
Republic Act No. 9155
Such education shall also
include alternative learning
systems for out-of-school youth
and adult learners. It shall be the
goal of basic education to provide
them with the skills, knowledge
and values they need to become
caring, self- reliant, productive
and patriotic citizens.
In accordance with RA 9155,
the Secretary of Education
delegates the supervision of
field offices (regional and
schools division offices) to the
Undersecretary for
Governance and Operations.
 The Office of the Regional Director
provides leadership and
management of the Department’s
mandate at the regional level; and
 The Office of the Schools Division
Superintendent provides local
management and administration
of the Department’s mandate at
the schools division level.
BATAS PAMBANSA
BLG. 232

Education Act of
1982
BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 232
this Act shall apply to and govern
both formal and non-formal
systems in public and private
schools in all levels of the entire
educational system
REPUBLIC ACT
NO. 10588
Palarong
Pambansa Act of
2013
REPUBLIC ACT NO. 10588
It is the policy of the State to promote
physical education and encourage sports
programs, league competitions and
amateur sports, including training for
international competitions, to foster self-
discipline, teamwork and excellence for the
development of a healthy and alert
citizenry through the institutionalization of
the Palarong Pambansa as the country’s
premier national sporting event.
Republic Act No. 8525

Adopt-a-School
Act of 1998
Republic Act No. 8525
It is the policy of the State
to provide quality and
relevant education to the
Filipino youth and to
encourage private initiative
to support public education.
REPUBLIC ACT
10121
The Philippine Disaster
Risk Reduction and
Management (PDRRM)
Act of 2010
REPUBLIC ACT 10121
An act strengthening the
Philippine Disaster Risk Reduction
and Management System,
providing for the National Disaster
Risk Reduction and Management
Framework and institutionalizing
the National Disaster Risk
Reduction and Management Plan
DepEd Order (DO) No. 47,
s. 2014
Constitution and By-Laws of the
Supreme Pupil Government (SPG)
and Supreme Student Government
(SSG) in Elementary and Secondary
Schools
the organization of a student
government (SG) aims to establish a
representative body that fosters
leadership and promote learners
welfare and excellence for all
DO 51, s. 2016 - Implementation
of the School-Based Feeding
Program for School Year 2016-
2017
address undernutrition and
short-term hunger among public
school children
DO 51, s. 2016 - Implementation of the
School-Based Feeding Program for School
Year 2016-2017
primarily aims to improve the
nutritional status of the beneficiaries
by at least 70% at the end of 120
feeding days
it aims to increase classroom
attendance by 85%
 improve the children’s health and
nutritional values and behavior.
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PREPARED BY:
ARLENE L. CATINDIG