A Critical Analysis of the Extent of Achievement of Selected HEIs in CALABARZON with Quality Assurance Standards

Marilou P. Oroceo, Amelita A. Gaerlan

Abstract


Quality is the watchword in higher education today. Higher education institutions (HEIs) worldwide vie for genuine quality education for the reasons of comparability in international standards, mutual recognition of graduates, students mobility and suitability in the demands of the global market. In the Philippines, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the governing body for higher education, continuously monitors and evaluates HEIs and program offerings by safeguarding the quality of education to assure that students acquire the best teachings and learnings. This study was conducted to critically analyze the extent of achievement of selected HEIs in the CALABARZON region with quality assurance standards vis-vis the four key result areas as follows: access, capacity building, excellence and innovative and ethical governance.


Keywords


achievement; compliance; critical analysis; quality assurance.

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