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- Cognizant to the Division Memorandum No. 238, s. 2022, entitled Conduct of the Cavite Basic Education Assessment (CBEA), this office announces some corrections based on the findings from the Pilot Testing and recommendations generated from the field.
- The corrections are integrated in the Revised General Guidelines accessible at: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1DekD8GwvbEMqERnFonT2izkK0nZvN4sv?usp=sharing
- Furthermore, a separate Specific Guidelines for Cavite Basic Education Assessment (CBEA) in Kindergarten was made by the Education Program Supervisor in Kindergarten in collaboration with the Division CBEA Focal Person.
- Other provisions in the previous memorandum are still in effect.
- For queries and clarifications, you may send your email at depedcavite.cid@deped .gov.ph (Attention: Division CBEA Focal Person, Dr. Laarni R. Granado).
- Immediate and widest dissemination of this Memorandum is highly desired.
(Source: CORRIGENDUM TO DIVISION MEMORANDUM No. 238 s. 2022 “CONDUCT OF THE CAVITE BASIC EDUCATION ASSESSMENT (CBEA)” – CBEA Exam DepEd, click here)
Read: DepEd Order 25 s 2022 Amendment to DepEd Order (DO) No. 13 s. 2018 “Implementing Guidelines on the Conduct of Remedial and Advancement Classes During Summer for the K to 12 Basic Education Program”
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