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Centrale nucleare. Il baccio arte. Education in the Philippines. From 1945 until 2011, the basic education system was composed of six years of elementary education starting at the age of 6, and four years of high school education starting at the age of 12. Further education was provided by technical or vocational schools, or in higher education institutions such as universities. Although the 1987 Constitution stated that elementary education was compulsory, this was never enforced. [citation needed] In 2011, the country started to transition from its old 10-year basic educational system to a K-12 educational system, as mandated by the Department of Education.[3] As of 2016[update], compulsory education has been expanded to cover junior high school (Grades 7-10) and senior high school (Grades 11-12).

A revised curriculum for all schools has also been put in place (see 2010s and the K–12 program). History[edit] Pre-colonial period[edit] Spanish period[edit] Formal education was brought to the Philippines by the Spanish. Cover of Doctrina Christiana. Scienze (droga) Ginnastica ( sepak takraw) Storia ( jose rizal) letteratura. Geografia. Musica ( bob marley)