The education system in the Philippines USES a three-pronged management system. The three agencies that jointly administer the education system are the ministry of education (DepEd), the higher education commission (CHED) the technical education skills development authority (TESDA). The ministry of education is responsible for primary secondary education manages adult learning systems for out-of-school youth adults. The higher education council administers administers institutions of higher education the technical education development council administers non-degree vocational training. Pay attention to the opportunities in the education industry subscribe to the overseas bidding data of feibiaoweb, so as to speed up connect with business opportunities.
In recent years, the Philippines has shifted the k-10 system to the "education for all" program, also known as the k-12 system, which was signed into law in 2013 under President benigno aquino iii. This adds two years of high school to the current system. The transition is aimed at bringing the country's education system into line with international standards making it easier for Filipino students to transition to university courses abroad.
The Philippines has 2,396 institutions of higher education. As of 2016, the Philippine council of higher education had an enrollment of 1,947,877 in private schools 1,641,607 in public institutions. Through the quality higher education act, tuition at public universities is free. Tuition at private schools ranges $5,000 to $9,435 a year.