BEEd and BSEd graduates 2009 obtain high passing rates in LET
Francis B. Mendoza | 2009-22-12 02:05:20 PM

The pioneer graduates of the revised Teacher Education Curriculum of the CLSU College of Education obtained high passing percentages in the Licensure Examination for Teachers administered by the Professional Regulation Commission last October 4. According to Dean Rhodora I. dela Rosa, the Bachelor of Elementary Education graduates got 79.62% passing rate (27 out of 36) while the Bachelor of Secondary Education examinees obtained 75% (43 out of 54). However, the overall passing percentages of CLSU if the examinees from other programs and the re-takers would be included are 41% and 38% for BEEd and BSEd, respectively. These passing rates, however, are still much higher than the national passing percentages of 18.67% and 23.17%, in the same order.

The new professional teachers took their oath last December 9.

Source: CLSU Newsletter Christmas Issue 2009

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