Quezon City Education Affairs Unit

  • 2/F Civic Center C Bldg., Quezon City Hall Compound
  • 8988-4242 loc. 8309

About the Unit


The Education Affairs Unit (EAU), as mandated by the Executive Order No. 6, Series of 2019, 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.


  • Monitor and coordinate education related policies;
  • Gather baseline data on the city’s state of education;
  • Recommend evidence and performance-based programs wherein appropriations are driven by expected learning outcomes;
  • Initiate strategic partnerships with various stakeholders and engage them to participate in educational programs of the city;
  • Execute and implement instructions of the City Mayor;
  • Advise the City Mayor on education related policies


QC Basic Educational Plan, 2020 to 2023

The Quezon City Basic Educational Plan has been outlined and ready to be provisioned for execution, envisioning a better and brighter future of the student populace within the next three years, up to school year 2023.

The plan was formed last November 2019 at the Basic Education Workshop, led by the Education Affairs Unit and in collaboration with the Schools Division Office. The workshop was the venue where challenges to the education sector were discussed and possible solutions deliberated on, in light of current issues, personnel, and available resources.

With 131 participants overall, the workshop was attended by students, parents, non-teaching personnel, principals and official of the Schools Division Office.   

The Quezon City Basic Educational Plan has so served as the guide for local government in funding and implementing programs up to 2023. The plan, as well as corrections and modifications since its creation, has been especially useful in light of learning modes employed to adapt to the unique challenges brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.      

What You Need to Know

What is the SEF?

The Special Education Fund (SEF) of a local government unit is the purse for additional funds of a given locality’s public schools.

Where Does the SEF Come from?

The SEF is sourced from the one percent (1%) of Quezon City’s approximate annual income property taxes.

How is the SEF used?

The SEF can, according to R.A. 7160, be used for the following…

  • Operation and maintenance of public schools
  • Construction or repair of structures in public schools
  • Facilities and equipment
  • Research and education
  • Purchase of books, periodicals, and other materials for teaching and studying
  • Development of sports

In addition, the SEF may also be used for…

  • Programs for Early Childhood Care and Development (R.A. 10410)
  • National Feeding Program for undernourished children at public day cares, kindergarten, and elementary schools (R.A. 11037)  

Who Can Use the SEF?

The use of the SEF is guided by the Local School Board, prioritizing needs deemed notable by the local government and the Department of Education (DepEd).

These priorities are based on analysis of the city’s data points, like enrollment ratio, distance and location of schools, performance, drop-out rate, and other important information relevant to the development of education. 

Who are the Members of the Local School Board?

The Local School Board is composed of…

  • Ma Josefina G. Belmonte (City Mayor)
  • Dr. Jenilyn Rose Corpuz (Schools Division Superintendent)
  • Mr. Edgar T. Villanueva (City Treasurer)
  • Hon, Irene R. Belmonte (Chairperson, Committee on Education, Science, and Technology)
  • Hon. Noe Lorenzo De La Fuente III (President, Sangguniang Kabataan Federation)
  • Atty. Wade Latawan (President, Non-Academic Personnel of Public Schools Association)
  • Mr Kristhean A. Navales (President, QC Public School Teachers Association)
  • Mr Fernan Gana (President, QC Federation of Parents-Teachers Association).


QC Has One of the Largest Student Populations in the Philippines

To date, Quezon City has one of the largest student populations in the country.

There are more than 589, 735 students in private and public institutions in both elementary and high school levels in the city. 

Currently there are 448, 209 public school students, as of December 12, 2020

Broken down, the student population of Quezon City is composed of…

  • 259, 092 — Students in elementary
  • 27, 111 — Students in senior high school
  • 159, 650 — Students in junior high school
  • 2, 355 — Students in SPED (Special Education, non-graded)


QC EAU Citizen's Charter 2020
Ibang Klase (QC-EAU Newsletter 2021)