Congress reveals top teaching, nursing schools

 
 
The House of Representatives has cited 24 universities and colleges due to the exceptional performances of their graduates in the last two licensure exams for elementary and high school instructors.
 Pasig City Rep. Roman Romulo, the chairman of the House committee on higher and technical education, said the 24 schools were the only ones “with 50 or more examinees and with at least 80 percent of their examinees passing” the last two licensure tests for elementary and high school teachers.

For high school teachers:
• University of the Philippines–Diliman (91.66%);
• Saint Louis University-Baguio (90.88%);
• University of San Carlos–Cebu (90.16%);
• University of Santo Tomas (89.59%);
• Philippine Normal University–Manila (89.43%);
• Philippine Normal University–Agusan (88.83%);
• University of Southeastern Philippines-Tagum (88.00%);
• Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (84.06%);
• Bohol Island State University–Tagbilaran (82.89%);
• Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Taguig (82.26%);
• Davao Oriental State College of Science & Technology (82.18%);
• Xavier University-Cagayan de Oro (81.71%); and
• Technological University of the Philippines–Cavite (80.65%).

For elementary school teachers:
• University of Santo Tomas (100.00%);
• Bohol Island State University–Tagbilaran (95.95%);
• West Visayas State University–La Paz (94.76%);
• Xavier University-Cagayan de Oro (93.16%);
• Philippine Normal University–Manila (91.34%);
• Talisay City College-Cebu (90.24%);
• Southern Iloilo Polytechnic College (86.27%);
• Saint Louis University-Baguio (84.91%);
• Western Visayas College of Science & Technology-La Paz (82.31%);
• Bohol Island State University–Bilar (81.13%); and
• Cebu Technological University–Argao (80.72%).

Citing data from the Professional Regulation Commission and the Commission on Higher Education, Romulo said there are 1,663 institutions certified to produce high school teachers, and 1,280 institutions for elementary teachers.

Last November 2013, the House of Representatives’ Committee on Higher and Technical Education has also cited top 21 nursing schools in the country based on their performance in the last two nurse licensure examinations.


  • West Visayas State University-La Paz (100%)
  • Cebu Normal College (100%)
  • University of the Philippines-Manila (100%)
  • Chinese General Hospital Colleges (99.30%)
  • Saint Paul University-Tuguegarao (99.28%)
  • Benguet State University-La Trinidad (99.15%)
  • University of Santo Tomas (99.04%)
  • Trinity University of Asia (98.95%)
  • Saint Paul University-Dumaguete (98.36%)
  • Xavier University-Cagayan de Oro (98.15%)
  • Velez College-Cebu (98.01%)
  • Cebu City Medical Center (97.06%)
  • Saint Paul University-Manila (96.23%)
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (95.45%)
  • Saint Paul University-Iloilo (94.74%)
  • University of Saint Louis-Tuguegarao (94.52%)
  • Remedios T. Romualdez Medical Foundation (94.51%)
  • Saint Louis University-Baguio (93.33%)
  • San Pedro College-Davao (89.41%)
  • Southern Luzon State University-Lucban (88.61%)
  • Saint Mary’s University-Bayombong (88.15%)
 
“We are making this list public to enable consumers of nursing education –- prospective nursing students and their parents –- to make a sound choice as to where they will most likely get the best value for their hard earned tuition money,” Romulo said.
 
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