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NFE A&E

Assessment &
Certification
System

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Effectiveness of
Instruction
How they stand vis-
How they are Results of
-vis others Curriculum
doing Instruction

LEARNERS INSTRUCTIONAL
MANAGER

Who cares about


assessment?

COMMUNITY PROGRAM STAFF


MEMBERS
Assessment & Level of Changes
Family Relationships Job Skills
Placement
Program
Effectiveness
FUNDERS
Compare learner Peso not
accomplishment across Program wasted
program Effectiveness
NFE A&E Assessment and
Certification System
Provide two levels of
certification of
learning
achievement
comparable to
formal education
elementary level
secondary level
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Components of the NFE A&E
Certification System
The NFE A&E standardized multiple-choice
Tests

An essay
Portfolio
Assessment
(introduced as a pilot in
July 2001)
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Components of the NFE A&E
Certification System

1. Multiple-choice Tests
- covers competencies drawn from
five (5) learning strands
- computer-scored
- 4 subtests with 160 questions for
elementary, 200 for secondary
- time-framed (3 hrs. 30 min. elementary and
4 hrs. 15 min. secondary)

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Components of the NFE A&E
Certification System

2. An essay (in Filipino)


- assess writing skills
- assessed using wholistic scoring by a
team of three (3) assessors
- based on Minnesota Standard Test of
Written Composition

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NFE A&E Registrants/ Examinees
Out-of-school youth and adults who are:

15 years old and above for SL & 11 years


old & above for EL - who are basically
literate
Learners who have attended or are
attending learning sessions under the
NFE A&E System
Qualified individuals who have not
enrolled nor attended the NFE A&E
learning sessions (walk-in)
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How can a potential test taker avail of the NFE A
Certification Test?
He/She must register at the nearest Test Registration
Center bringing along the following requirements:

Most recent photo 1 x 1


Any one of the following documents:
Birth or Latest Report Card
Baptismal issued by the school
Certificate last attended
Marriage Voters ID Car
Contract
Other authentic
Drivers License documents bearing date
of birth
Passport
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Test Passers must meet minimum requirements:
Elementary Level
Multiple-choice test
Essay writing test
90 in multiple choice test
with not less than 2 in essay

Secondary Level
Multiple-choice test
Essay writing test
95 - 99 in multiple 100 and above in
choice test with not multiple choice test with
less than 3 in essay not less than 2 in essay 9
Options for the NFE A&E Test Passers
Enter college/university
Enter other nonformal training programs
Enter formal training programs
Enter/re-enter the world of work
Enter/re-enter elementary or secondary formal
school system
Learn essential life skills to participate more
fully and actively in the political, social, and
economic lives in the community
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NFE A&E LSDS

Post-Implementation Support
System
Graduation/
Completion
Ceremony
Counseling
Referral

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Academic-focused Bridging Program

To equip NFE A&E System


Secondary level test
passers with academic
bridging competencies for
successful entry and
survival in college
94 modules in Higher English, Science, Math and
Essential Life Skills
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Formal agreements with
agencies, institutions
and organizations

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Memoranda of Agreement
with other educational
institutions and organizations
that Secondary Level Passers
can enrol in post-secondary
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Civil Service Commission
(CSC)
Resolution
Recognizing No.
the NFE A&E000499
Elementary and Secondary
Certificates as valid
documents for permanent
appointment to
government positions
provided other
requirements are met
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Administrative Order
No. 116
Mandates all concerned
government agencies and
local government units to
support the
NFE A&E System
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Certificates in both Elementary and Secondary
Levels bear the signature of the DepEd Secretary
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Dela Cruz, Juan M.

28 ng Abril 2001

1 ng Mayo 2001

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UNESCO NOMA
INTERNATIONAL
LITERACY AWARD
for Year 2000 was
awarded to BNFE,
Philippines, for
the development
and
implementation
of the NFE A&E
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Support the

NFE A&E System


as a viable, responsive and
effective quality educational
alternative for those who have
been denied the opportunities
of formal education
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