93.33% Passing Rate of UC First Takers in the September 2012 Licensure Examination for Teachers (Elementary)

December 10, 2012

135 examinees from the University of the Cordilleras passed the September 2012 Licensure Examination for Teachers and has again matched the performance level of the best universities in the country, this time in the Licensure Examination for Elementary Teachers with 93.33% Passing Rate for UC First Takers, Nonette Beluken Alsino garnered 86.40 percent and was ranked number 10.

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announced last November 26, 2012 that UC attained a 79.07 percent passing rate for elementary teachers and 70.14 percent for secondary teachers higher than the national passing rate of 49.29% for elementary and 43.50% for secondary.

UC's College of Teacher Education offers only two curricula, BSED and BEED. In June, 2005, the College implemented the revised curriculum where both curricula have been enriched to provide students more knowledge in their areas of specialization.

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Source: PRC Website

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