CONTACT INFORMATION


Quezon City Education Affairs Unit

  • QCEAU
  • 12th Floor Main Bldg., Quezon City Hall Compound, Diliman, Quezon City
  • 8988-4242 loc. 7330
  • [email protected]
  • https://www.facebook.com/QCEdukAksyon

Office Hours
Monday to Friday            
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

ABOUT US


Description

The Education Affairs Unit (EAU) serves as the City Mayor’s arm in implementing the city’s education policies, plans, programs, projects, and services to ensure the delivery of quality education at all levels.

Mission

To pursue effective and responsive education programs from early childhood to adulthood through partnerships with education stakeholders that provide QCitizens with tools and opportunities for a quality and healthy life. 

Vision

We envision an inclusive and responsive quality of education in Quezon City that will contribute to the formation of a productive, employable, and responsible citizenry.

Legal Bases

  • Article 14, Sections 1-5,  1987 Philippine Constitution 
  • Executive Order No. 6, S. 2019 – Creating The Quezon City Education Affairs Unit

Service Pledge:

  • To serve as the City Mayor’s principal advisory, monitoring, and coordinating arm relative to education-related policies and activities.
  • To regularly gather baseline data on the City’s state of education.
  • To recommend evidence and performance-based programs wherein appropriations are driven by expected learning outcomes.
  • To initiate strategic partnerships with various stakeholders and engage them to participate in the educational programs of the City.
  • To execute and implement the instructions of the City Mayor.

Services


Provision of Financial Assistance to Quezon City Public School Students’ Participation in Regional, National, and International Competitions

The Quezon City Government recognizes the importance for elementary and secondary school students to participate in regional, national, and international competitions to further harness their skills and knowledge. As such, financial assistance is given to qualified applicants to ease them from the financial costs that often accompany such competitions. 

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Provision of Cash Incentives to Public School Students Representing Quezon City for Outstanding Performance in Competitions.

The Quezon City Government provides cash incentives in recognition of the excellent performance of students in regional, national, and international competitions. 

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Programs 


Eduk-Aksyon

Eduk-Aksyon is an initiative of the Quezon City Government that searches for and recognizes outstanding practices by education stakeholders amid the public health crisis. Through Eduk-Aksyon, the City aims to increase stakeholders’ awareness of the existing programs, projects, and processes in education, encourage best practices, and gather support from identified key stakeholders.

QC Palihan: Aktibong Isip, Aktibong Katawan

QC Palihan aims to provide our public school students and parents with free access to online activities through pre-recorded videos on various topics; a means of keeping physically busy and mentally active while staying at home.

Pagbasa Muna

Pagbasa Muna is a campaign that advocates reading as a priority competency to be developed at an early age. Pagbasa Muna highlights the importance of reading as it plays a significant role in developing communication and language skills of learners, as well as in cultivating their critical thinking skills vital to be empowered citizens of the 21st century.

 

QuaranTalks QC: Webinar Series for Parents as Stakeholders in Education

QuaranTalks QC addressed the needs of education stakeholders brought by the sudden shift of schools to distance learning. QuaranTalks QC is a series of webinars with 9 online sessions that discussed Mindsetting and Preparation, Academic Development, and Life Skills Education, including a culminating activity to promote a Community of Practice among parents. QuaranTalks QC specifically helped the parents of learners in the City in preparing for the “new normal” in education. It also promoted school–community partnership in working towards the continuity of excellent and relevant education in the City.

 Guides

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How to Request a Letter of No Objection for the Conduct of Limited Face-to-Face Classes in Higher Education Institutions in Quezon City

The Quezon City Government recognizes the importance of continuing education during the Covid-19 pandemic. As such, all public and private higher education institutions in Quezon City must satisfy the minimum conditions for face-to-face classes in accordance with the design required by the IATF, DOH, CHED, DepEd, and the Quezon City Government, shall apply a Letter of No Objection from the City.

Requirements:

  1. School Profile Form
  2. Scanned copy of the following documents submitted to CHED
    1. Self-Assessment Checklist; and
    2. Affidavit of Undertaking

*The forms may be downloaded at the bottom of this page.

Process:

  1. Accomplish and submit the above documents to the Quezon City Education Affairs Unit  (EAU) via email, [email protected].
  2. The EAU shall issue via email the Letter of No Objection signed by the City Mayor, City Health Department, Department of Building Official, and Business Permits and Licensing Department. The letter shall serve as the City’s concurrence.

Please note that all private and public higher education institutions issued a Letter of No Objection shall be subject to post validation inspection to ensure compliance to permit requirements and minimum health and safety protocols. A valid Mayor’s/Business Permit to Operate shall be one of the requirements for private educational institutions.

If found compliant with the minimum health and safety protocols, a Certification will be forwarded to the school via email. The Certificate will be valid for a period of one (1) year.

In case of any violations of minimum health standards, permit requirements, the City’s Letter of No Objection may be revoked until corrective actions have been implemented.
For basic education, Section V. Item no. 9 of DepEd Order No. 34, s. 2022 provides that “No inspections, tools, or any additional requirements to re-open schools and to implement 5 days in-person classes shall be required, except for the compliance with the usual pre-pandemic regulatory permits and licenses, as required by law or ordinances.”

How to Request a Letter of No Objection for the Conduct of Out of School/Co-curricular/Extracurricular Activities (For Higher Educational Institutions in Quezon City)

Activities out of the schools’ premises for the completion of course requirements, including community immersions, fieldwork, internship/ practicum/ training, National Service Training Program (NSTP) and other similar activities, and in-person and group-based co-curricular and graduation rites, ceremonies, among others, may be allowed subject to conditions set under Alert Level Systems and after clearance from the Education Affairs Unit.

Requirements:

  1. Submission of a letter addressed to the City Mayor expressing the following:
    1. Intent to implement out-of-school/co-curricular/extracurricular activity/ies;
    2. The school shall ensure that all health protocols and safety regulations are strictly enforced;
    3. Stakeholders have oriented on the minimum public health and safety protocols;
    4. The school’s Crisis Management Committee has evaluated proposed out-of-school activities and shall monitor the compliance with health and safety protocols and relevant policies and guidelines. 
  2. School Self-Assessment Readiness Checklist on Out of School/Extracurricular/Co-Curricular Activities (Annex A)
  3. Notarized Affidavit of Undertaking (Annex B)

*The forms may be downloaded at the bottom of this page.

Process:

  1. Accomplish and submit the above documents to the Quezon City Education Affairs Unit  (EAU) via email, [email protected]
  2. The EAU shall issue via email the Letter of No Objection signed by the City Mayor, City Health Department, Department of Building Official, and Business Permits and Licensing Department. The letter shall serve as the City’s concurrence.

Department Directory


Ms. Maricris F. Veloso
Officer-In-Charge
8988-4242 loc. 7330
[email protected]

Divisions/Sections

Divisions Officer NameOffice AddressContact Information
Learning Resources SectionMs. Kayen De Vera
In-Charge
12th Floor Main Bldg.,
Quezon City Hall Compound,
Diliman, Quezon City
8988-4242 | local 7330, 1205
[email protected]
Special Projects SectionMs. Edelweiss Villa De Gracia
In-Charge
12th Floor Main Bldg.,
Quezon City Hall Compound,
Diliman, Quezon City
8988-4242 | local 7330, 1205
[email protected]
Administrative SectionMs. Jessica Ayo
In-Charge
12th Floor Main Bldg.,
Quezon City Hall Compound,
Diliman, Quezon City
8988-4242 | local 7330, 1205
[email protected]
Receiving SectionMs. Jenellie Sarming
In-Charge
12th Floor Main Bldg.,
Quezon City Hall Compound,
Diliman, Quezon City
8988-4242 | local 7330, 1205
[email protected]

Spotlight 


Ibang Klase Newsletter

International Day of Education

Downloadable Forms


Preparations for the pilot face-to-face, expansion, and transitioning to New Normal

Guidelines on the Implementation of Limited Face-to-face Classes for All Programs of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)

School Profile

Annex A

Annex B

Resources


QC EAU Citizen's Charter 2022
DepEd Order No. 34 s. 2022 (School Calendar And Activities For The School Year 2022-2023

Last updated on January 23rd, 2023