Internet-Based Distance Education Program

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The Internet-Based Distance Education Program (iDEP) in the Philippines is a secondary education programme run by the Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) of the Department of Education (DepED). The programme offers formal secondary education to qualifying students through e-learning.

It enables certain existing high schools to create and manage classes completely on-line and is intended for students who are unable to go to a regular school and the only way of getting a formal Philippine-accredited secondary education is through the Internet.

iDEP Pilot Schools are:

According to the BSE's page on iDEP it was going to be offering first year level secondary education starting June 2010 for the school year 2010-2011, but no further information has been updated and the Moodle reference curriculum website seems to be offline in August 2012 though.



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