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As of 2013, UIS classifies the school structure in Philippines as having a 6-3-1 structure with an official entry age of six.
Among other data sources, unique EPDC data collections for the Philippines include administrative data from the Department of Education (2003 - 2012), National Statistics Office (2007 - 2009), household survey data from DHS (2003, 2008), and indicators derived from UIS data.
For an overview of current education conditions in Philippines, please view our education profiles.
Last updated: 4/2014
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