While waiting for the concern on untagged QVRs to be resolved, we advise Senior High School providers to create billing statements for those students who have already been tagged, if you still have not created a billing statement yet, and submit them to PEAC.
The solution we are working on may be implemented next week. Please make sure that the following information are available for when the proposed interim process is already approved:
1. LRN and Date of First Attendance of the untagged students
2. ESC ID or QVR Certificate No. of the untagged students, whichever is applicable
3. Track and Strand Codes for the program offerings of the school
We are sorry for the inconvenience. Rest assured that this will be resolved at the soonest possible time. Thank you.
The facility to tag the remaining untagged Qualified Voucher Recipients in the DepEd LIS is yet to be made fully operational. Once the facility is up, the schools will be able to do the tagging by inputting either the ESC ID or QVR Certificate No. of the concerned students. The error message that is currently seen once the schools input those numbers in the LIS should lead to a reporting mechanism wherein the PEAC will be notified of the error and will be prompted to resolve the issue. This last step is still awaiting completion.
For the meantime, schools can submit billing statements for the existing QVRs. The rest may be billed once the tags appear in the system. Rest assured that PEAC will make the necessary adjustments in the billing deadline if needed.
The DepEd ICTS and PEAC National Secretariat are working hard to expedite the needed improvements in the system. Thank you for bearing with us.
The Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) invites private school administrators and guidance counselors to attend a three-day training on Life Career Development Program that will run from September to November 2016. The training is designed to help identify and implement career advocacy activities that will guide students in choosing career tracks and equip them with necessary skills and values. Please see schedule below of the training and online registration.
||Dates / Venue||Contact Information||Online Registration|
|1 & CAR||September 7-9
Lyceum Northwestern University
|Dr.Marina O. Abella
Dr.Corazon B. Dacawi
|August 10 to
September 2 only
|2 & CAR||September 12-14
St.Mary's University of Bayombong,
|Sr.Carmelita Villanueva, SPU
078-396-1987 loc 310/304
Dr.Corazon B. Dacawi
|August 10 to September 3 only
|Ms. Juliet Tayag
045-455-3808 Loc. 158
|August 13 to September 2 only
Laguna and Batangas
|Ms. Lerma Y. Calingasan
|August 25 to September 11 only
Note: Schedule for other regions will be posted later on. Please wait for further announcements on this webpage.
Those who are interested to attend the training should register online at www.fape.org.ph. There is a registration fee of P2,000.00 per participant to cover the meals and seminar kit. For inquiries, please call the Training and Development Unit at (02) 840-6004 or (02) 840-6000 loc. 161-162. Please download the program and letter of invitation from the PEAC Executive Director.
For all regions:
Letter of invitation from the PEAC Executive Director
PEAC Executive Director Doris F. Ferrer delivered the keynote address of the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP) Region 4 assembly last July 29, 2016 at the Queen Margarette Hotel, Lucena City. In celebration of its 75th year, the program had for its theme, “Toward 2021: New Spirit, New Fervour as We Turn 75”.
Ms. Ferrer discussed three main points in her presentation, namely: Working with the Church; Working with the Government; and Continue Working with the Youth to Dialogue with the Times. She also shared updates on the programs of the PEAC last July 23, 2016 at the CEAP Region 1 assembly in Abra. She is also confirmed to speak during the CEAP regional assembly in other regions.
Please click below to download the CEAP Region 4 presentation.
The Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) has released an advisory on the tax treatment of the Teacher Salary Subsidy (TSS) under the GASTPE Program. The advisory serves as reference to schools participating in the Education Service Contracting (ESC) to ensure that all documentation and accounting records relating to the TSS are consistent.
For your inquiries, please refer to the new directory of the PEAC National Secretariat:
Trunkline: (02) 8406000
Trunkline, local: (02) 8406000 loc. 124
Direct line: (02) 8406001
Trunkline, local: (02) 8406000 loc. 125
Direct line: (02) 8406002
Trunkline, local: (02) 8406000 loc. 152
Direct line: (02) 8406003
Training and Development Unit
Trunkline, local: (02) 8406000 loc. 161
Direct line: (02) 8406004
Trunkline, local: (02) 8406000 loc. 142
Direct line: (02) 8406005
Communications and Research Unit
Trunkline, local: (02) 8406000 loc. 171
Direct line: (02) 8406006
IT and Information Management Unit
Trunkline, local: (02) 8406000 loc. 131
Direct line: (02) 8406007
Note: Please disregard the old number (02) 845-0169.
The PEAC invites applications for grants under the Dissemination Assistance for Research in Education (DARE) Program. The DARE program provides assistance to full-time regular faculty members of private educational institutions who will present their research papers in international conferences abroad. Those who are interested to apply should read the guidelines and submit the requirements to the PEAC National Secretariat. For inquiries, please call (02) 840-6006 or (02) 840-6000 loc. 171 or 170.
The Private Education Assistance Committee received a plaque featuring the spines of the SHS teaching guides from the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) in recognition of its support to the CHED SHS Support Projects last July 22, 2016 at the CHED Auditorium, Quezon City. The PEAC worked closely with CHED and other partner institutions on the roll out of teacher training on the SHS core subjects for private schools last October 2015 to June 2016.
The turnover ceremony started with an opening message given by CHED Chairperson Dr. Patricia B. Licuanan and was followed by Fr. Bienvenido F. Nebres, S.J. (project consultant) and Dr. Ester B. Ogena, President of Philippine Normal University. The program included a formal introduction of the print and online SHS Teaching Guides developed by CHEd in partnership with PNU. Through the initiative, “Teach Together”, the program also had a navigation and interactive walk-through of the SHS support website where teachers can create an interactive community to share practices, strategies and resources.
Other partner institutions that received the plaque were the Department of Education (DepEd), the British Council and PNU.
Please click link below for the SHS Teaching Guides by CHEd: