Assessment of the joint delivery voucher programme for senior high school technical vocational livelihood in selected public schools in occidental Mindoro, Philippines

Mary Y.A. Declaro-Ruedas


This paper assessed the Joint Delivery Voucher Program for senior high school technical vocational livelihood between 2017and 2021 in selected public high schools in Occidental Mindoro, Philippines. The study employed survey research method. The sources of information were from primary and secondary data. Further, the project employed the cost sharing approach and educational institution approach. Result showed that face-to-face learning with result demonstration was the “always” preferred extension teaching methods before the COVID 19 pandemic. -learning, modules, IEC, instructional materials, mobile application and interactive computer assisted module were used during the COVID 19 pandemic implementation.  The program implementation encountered “slightly serious problems.” The students had acquired “adequate competency” in the program that enabled them to pass the national assessment and evaluated the JDVP implementation as “excellent.


Voucher program; JDVP; Competency; Evaluation


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DOI: 10.33687/ijae.010.03.4133


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