DepEd-NEAP to conduct the 2013 principals’ test-A A +A
Thursday, August 29, 2013
LA TRINIDAD, Benguet -- Department of Education (DepEd) announced in a memorandum the conduct of the 2013 Principals' Test to be administered simultaneously by the DepEd through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) on December 8. Application forms are already available in all Division Offices.
Regional Memorandum 116 issued by DepEd-Cordillera Administrative Region Director Ellen Donato, announced the test for the Cordillera Administrative Region will be conducted at the Baguio City National High School.
The test is open to all aspirants for Principal I position and all applicants under the Reclassification of School Heads Positions (RSHP) as required under DepEd Order 97 entitled "Revised Guidelines on the Allocation and Reclassification of School Head Positions".
In the issuances, the examination serves as a mechanism for selecting competent school heads in the public basic education sector who will perform their functions upon assumption to duty.
The aspirants must have an experience of at least five years in the aggregate as head teacher, teacher in-charge, master teacher and teacher III, consistent with DepEd Memorandum 140 or the "Corrigendum to DepEd Memorandum 97 entitled "2009 National Qualifying Examination for Principals".
The Principals' Test will cover the following performance domains: school leadership; instructional leadership; creating a learning climate; professional human resource development; parent involvement and building communities; school management and daily operations; personal integrity and interpersonal sensitivity; English language proficiency; and reading comprehension. The exam lasts four hours.
Aspirants must submit properly filled up application forms with required documents to the division coordinator for Principals' Test and pay the examination fee of P850 on or before November 4. There will be no extension on the deadline of filing of applications. (Sue Dawang)
Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on August 30, 2013.