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In 2006, the four schools became 8 (principals who were transfered to another schools asked that their new schools be included in the Ateneo program).  Then in 2007, the number grew to 16 , which includes the schools that are part of the Ateneo-National Institute of Education (NIE)-Temasek Program.  The Ateneo is deeply involved in these schools and initial outcomes (e.g. 2008 National Achievement Test results) are encouraging.

Encouraged by these initial results, the Ateneo Center for Educational Development is now formally involved in the development of over 400 public elementary and high schools:

Parañaque City = 31 public schools
In partnership with the Rotary Club of Makati,
the Local Government of Parañaque City through Vice Mayor Gus Tambunting and the DepEd Parañaque Division

Quezon City = 143 public schools
In partnership with Mayor Sonny Belmonte and
the DepEd Quezon City Division

4th District of Nueva Ecija = 170 public schools
In partnership with the Office of Congressman Antonino and
the DepEd Division Office

San Jose City, Nueva Ecija = 55 public schools
In partnership with Mayor Marivic Belena and
the DepEd Division Office

Bacnotan, La Union = 17 public schools
In partnership with Mayor and Vice Mayor Fontanilla and
the DepEd Division Office

Leyte = 17 public schools
Negros Oriental = 15 public schools
In partnership with the Energy Development Corporation and
the Ormoc and Tongonan, Leyte as well as
the Valencia, Negros Oriental DepEd Offices

These initiatives indicate the intensive involvement of the Ateneo de Manila in the development of public schools, in great scale.  All these projects are very challenging as the need to deliver results is very pressing and urgent in all these places.

 




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