To promote solidarity among member schools through Catholic Education

GOAL: Operational complementarity between regions and Execom/ Secretariat has been achieved


Empowered Regional Councils

Better communication between the National Board and the Regional Offices CEAP Board/ Regional Trustees and the National Secretariat/ Regional Offices


Strengthen the Regional Councils Regional Councils with the CEAP Board

2017 onwards

Regional Database are properly updated and in sync with the National Office Database CEAP National Office with the Regional Secretariat

2017 onwards

Regional Commission and Committees work closely with the National Commissions & Committees National Commissions should invite all regional counterparts during meeting or at least once a year

2017 onwards

The local Church is supportive of Catholic education

Organize activities with the Superintendents on proper coordination with the local Ordinaries/ include this in CEAP Superintendents Academy (CSA) SUPCOM/ National Offices


Include the articulation with the bishops during the Regional Assemblies CEAP National Office Program Template c/o Program Officer

Starting 2017

More engaged Superintendents / Diocesan systems in CEAP programs

Involvement of the Supcom in Commissions/ Committees SUPCOM

2017 onwards

Improvement of communications with Superintendents Commision in terms of activities and programs of the Execom and the other Commisions/Committees

Local/ Regional gains are recognized and concerns addressed by the Execom/ National Office

The Regional Reports will be regularly included in the CEAP Board Agenda CEAP National Board

2017 onwards

The CEAP Bulletin and other publication of the National Office shall include the regional concerns/ highlights of regional activities/ programs CEAP National Office

2017 onwards

Heightened private and public sector support for the schools

Work with organizations promoting a ‘system’ approach to education CEAP Board/ Execom/ CEAP Regional Trustees and the CEAP National Office

2017 onwards

Maintain a strong presence in the network of schools promoting the complementarity of private and public schools CEAP Commissions/ CEAP NAC 2017

2017 onwards

Work with a Public Relations Team that would promote the interests of the private educational sector CEAP Execom/ National Office

2017 onwards

Functioning Research and Data Management

Organize data gathering and data management in the CEAP National Office CEAP National Secretariat

2017 onwards

Create a web portal where data can be generated through online interaction with members

Enhanced International Network

Attend international events relevant to the CEAP Advocacies and Programs (subject to availability of budget) Selected CEAP Board and Commissions Chairs 2017

2017 onwards

Continue linkage with International Catholic Educational Networks e.g. OIEC, NCEA, etc. CEAP Board and the Commissions Chairs 2017

2017 onwards

GOAL: CEAP internal and external communication strengthened


Empowering actual communication between the local/ regional units and Execom

Improvement of the communication network between the National Board/ Office with the Regional trustees/ Secretariat CEAP National Board

2017 onwards

Strong Public Relations Program

Hire a public relations firm to work with the CEAP and COCOPEA to promote greater awareness of the complementarity roles of public and private educational sectors CEAP National Board

2017 onwards

Functioning media responsible persons identifie

Strenghten liaison with the media networks to assist in public awareness campaign CEAP National Board

2017 onwards

Social Medica coordinated and social media advocates organized in schools, localities and regions

Organize networks of champions from schools and school personnel to engage in social media campaign to advance the interest of private education CEAP National Board

2017 onwards

Appropriate funds for public relations sourced

Finance and resource mobilization activities will be organized CEAP National Board

2017 onwards

GOAL: Solidarity among the CEAP Regions is achieved


CEAP day is observed in all CEAP schools in all regions

CEAP Day (first Monday of February) celebrationRegional Regional Councils Execom National Secretariat

2017 onwards

Active participation of the regions in the CEAP sponsored activities

CEAP Games Regional Councils Execom National Secretariat

2017 onwards

GOAL: Small mission schools in CEAP have been assisted


Programs to assist small mission schools have been put in place

Crafting of the program mechanics. Setting up the fund. Roll-out the program. Program monitoring Supcom Finance and Personnel Committee

Mechanic of Program 2017

Program SY 2018-2019

To foster inclusive and transformative Catholic Education

GOAL: More CEAP Member - schools cater to marginalized student (e.g. culturally, intellectually, spiritually, a finncially impoverished)


Increase the current baseline of 20% by 2021

Inventory list National Secretariant

1st Quarter of 2017

Program design NBEC, NTEC

Share model/ programs aimed at increasing access and participation to ALS, Open High School, SHS Program among the regional units and member - schools

Sharing of the best practices in ALS, Open High Schol, SHS Programs, etc. NBEC


Expand EGASTPE, Existing student loan programs, student scholarships, etc. and draft proposals for increased support for private quality educational institutions

Resources mobilization/ Advocacy for increased support for Private education EXECOM, NAC, NBEC, NTEC

2017 - 2019

Strengthen CEAP representation in the State Assistance Council, PEAC and consultative meetings convened by FAPE, CHED, DepEd and UniFast

Network and linkages/ CEAP representation in relevant Government agencies EXECOM, NAC, NBEC, NTEC


Operationalize CBtSSS by 2017 with at least one mission school per region as beneficiary in 2017 and at least two poor schools every year per region every year thereafter

Capability Building towards the Sustainability of Small Schools (CBtSSS) EXECOM, NBEC, NTEC


Partner with NGO's, foundations and other groups (bothinside and outside the country) to assist small, poor Catholic schools

Internal and External Resource Mobilization EXECOM


GOAL: CEAP Member - schools effectively deliver inclusive education


By 2021, 20% of the schools from the current baseline effectively deliver inclusive education

Capacity Building NBEC, NTEC

2017 - 2021

Provide database of CEAP HEI's that include, but not limited to, availed CHED scholarships by member-schools, dates of class opening

CEAP Database National Secretiat

2017 - 2021

Continue partnership and engagement with DepEd, CHEd and TESDA

Networking and Linkage EXECOM, NAC

2017 - 2021

Communicate to schools about available CHED scholarship and DOLE programs for HEI's affected by the implementation of the K to 12 Program

Information Dissemination NAC, NBEC, NTEC

2017 - 2021

Re-tooling and training of SHS Teachers coming from the Colleges and Universities

Capacity Building NBEC, NTEC

2017 - 2018

GOAL: PCSS adopted in all CEAP schools


The functions of the PCSS Coordinating Council recognizing regions

Regional Orientation on the PCSS conducted by the PCSS Council and the TWG

April 2017 onwards

Online presence of the PCSS will be strengthened with information periodically released through social media and regular email blasts

Regionalized terms of trainers are organized field

National and Regional trainings organized within the next two years to hasten rollout og the PCSS

April 2017 onwards

PCSS in CEAP basic and higher educational institutions rolled out

The PCSS Coordinating Council would have started the rollout in the regions EXECOM / PCSS Coordinating Council

April 2017 onwards

The PCSShe Technical Working Group would have been constituted and started work on the project PCSS Coordinating Council/ National Tertiary Commission (NTEC)

January 2017

Experiences documented, researched and evaluated, and successes celebrated

The PCSS rollout would include sharing of experiences of schools that pilot-tested the PCSS The PCSS Coordinating Council

June 2017

PCSShe steering committee and TWG organized, trained, commissioned and drafted the document

The PCSS TWG constituted by the NTEC would have started working on the document THE NTEC with PCSS Coordinating Council

February 2017 onwards

To serve as steadfast and effective catalyst of change through education in the different dimensions of human life

GOAL: Transformative Education operationalized through JEEPGY directions and models in each educational level (i.e. basic, higher, graduate, post-graduate)


By 2021, All CEAP BEIs will have integrated initial components of the JEEPGY directions and models in their SHS tracks

All CEAP HEIs (undergrad level) will have integrated local issues related to JEEPGY directions and model into their curricular programs

All Universities (graduated and postgraduate levels) will have generated studies on JEEPGY directions and models that influence government policies at the marco economic level

All CEAP Member schools will integrated the JEEPGY using the whole school approach/ five domains of the school

JEEPGY Programs Committee

3-4 per region per year starting 2017

NBEC and NTEC and Programs Committee meeting for curricular integration of the JEEPGY models as well as in academic research NBEC / NTEC and Programs Committee

Initial meeting first quarter of 2017 Program alignment - 2017 to 2018 integration of JEEPGY models

Integration of JEEPGY models in CES through the NCF Conference

Sharing of best practices

JEEPGY Academy and National Convention, CEAP Regional Assemblies


Models in the NCF Conference 2017-2018

Regular updating/ sharing of practices - 2018 onwards

GOAL: Promoted educational responses to contemporary challenges to Christian Faith and Culture (i.e. family life, children on OFW, migration, refugee, millenial generation, social media, prejudice and discrimination, culture of violence etc)


By 2021, All CEAP SHS graduates will have acquired the faith based compentencies to respond to the contemporary challenges to faith of young adults

All CEAP HEIs (undergrad level) graduates are enable to find creative Catholic responses to social issues according to their program specifications

All CEAP Universities (graduate level) graduates would have proved a competent account of their Christian trained faith

Development of PCSS based faith competency exam PCSS Coordinating Council / NCFC / NBEC

Crafting of exam 2017- 2018
Conduct testing starting SY 2019 - 2020

Sharing of the best practices during Advocacy Fora CEAP Advocacy Commission

2018 onwards

Modern Catholic Heroes Awards every CEAP Convention Regional trustees Membership and awards Committee Natcon Program Committee

Crafting of Guidelines
First Quarter of 2017
First Batch of Awardees September 2017

All members of the school community of CEAP member schools are engaged and empowered citizens who witness peace, are accepting and appreciating of diversity, are active defenders of human right, and are steadfast stewards of creation

JEEPGY Academy, networking with teacher training JEEPGY Manual (refer to PCSS benchmark and rubrics, retionale, biblical foundation, integrating JEEPGY into the curriculum, programs and activities of the school, how a spcific program relates to other pillar programs)

Program for intercultural and interfaith dialogue and engagement to enhance the Learing Environment of PCSS (benchmarks 13.1 - 13.4)

GOAL: Determined the impact of CEAP member-schools as agents of transformation


By 2021, Individual aggregated researchs have been commissioned to study the impact of CEAP member-school as catalysts of change

Establish a CEAP Research Center

Defin a research agenda for CEAP


Second semester 2017
End of 2017