The Department of Education (DepEd) will begin its Brigada Eskwela 2023 or National Schools Maintenance Week in August in order to be ready for the upcoming school year 2023–2024. In order to improve public elementary and secondary schools across the country, the event encourages shared governance and community involvement.
“With the national government supporting DepEd with the Basic Education Development Plan 2030 serving as our guide, the success of the Department’s plans and programs shall now be completed by undying love for the profession of teaching Filipino children, our children, the future of our nation,” VP-Secretary Duterte added.
The Brigada Eskwela activities are set to take place from August 14 to August 19, 2023, with the theme “Bayanihan Para Sa Matatag na Paaralan,” as indicated in the Unnumbered Memorandum dated July 7, 2023. The subject emphasizes the value of teamwork in creating robust and resilient educational institutions.
Brigada Eskwela’s key values have been “Bayanihan,” or group communal effort, from the organization’s founding in 2003. The project aims to employ local resources and assistance to advance education reform and develop a supportive learning environment for Filipino students.
DepEd Brigada Eskwela 2023
With the theme “Bayanihan Para Sa Matatag na Paaralan,” the Brigada Eskwela activities are scheduled to take place from August 14 to August 19, 2023.
Brigada Eskwela for School Year 2023-2024
Date: August 14 to August 19, 2023
Theme: Bayanihan Para Sa Matatag na Paaralan
Guidelines: DepEd Order 21 s. 2023, see here.
|Brigada Eskwela Logo|
|Campaign Materials (Poster, Banner, Tarpaulin)||Download|
|Forms and Reports for Brigada Eskwela||Download|
Brigada Eskwela participants and organizations can get more information about how they can lend support and assistance by getting in touch with the schools directly.
Undersecretary for Legislative Affairs and International Cooperation Gerard Chan supported that “this new administration shall take the lead in deepening our ties with our existing partners and in generating new ideas, programs, projects, activities, and avenues for collaboration.”