Committed to serve instruction, research, and extension, the College of Education (CED) held a Curriculum Stakeholders Meeting last August 2, 2010 at the CED Amphitheater.

The meeting that gathered students, parents, teachers, alumni, and DepEd officials drew various suggestions. Consequently, revisions in the curricular offerings of the college will be based on these points of view.

The Chairmen of the five departments and faculty members of the college presented their respective curricular programs and proposed new ones.

Dr. Rosemarie T. Macesar, DepEd Iligan City Division’s Educational Supervisor 1 for Values Education, conveyed the DepEd’s suggestion to improve the curricula of the college, among these, the strengthening of present specializations and the addition of programs with strong demands.

In the meeting, some parents voiced the idea of adding a program that specializes in Filipino or Social Studies.
With students expressing their concerns on the curriculum, faculty members assured them that amendments were already addressed, and may be applied to freshmen enrolling in the college.

Stakeholders' Voice Heard for a Curricular

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