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HUMAN RESOURCES


POPULATION
Being the largest city in the Metro Manila, Quezon City has an actual population of 2,936,116 in 2015, with 1.17% population growth. The city holds the 23% of Metro Manila’s total population. The city is considered as one of the melting pots of the region since it has welcomed different cultures, with hundreds of constituents from other parts of the country travelling to it every year. Population density is 18,222 persons per square kilometer.

DISTRICT POPULATION

DISTRICT

POPULATION (PSA, 2015)

GROWTH RATE (%)

DISTRICT 1

409,162

0.23

DISTRICT 2

688,773

1.53

DISTRICT 3

324,669

1.03

DISTRICT 4

446,122

0.77

DISTRICT 5

535,789

1.79

DISTRICT 6

531,592

1.67

NUMBER OF BARANGAY                                 

142

 OTHER DEMOGRAPHICS


Infants

58,498


Toddlers

409,168


Child

233,993


Senior Citizens Population

514,327


Total Household Population (Ave. Household Size=4.3)

682,640

 

EDUCATION

Literate population (10 years old and above)

2,897,842

Literacy rate

99.74%


No. of students that took up Technical/Vocational Courses

82,980

No. of people with Master’s Degree

11,817

No. of people that are degree holders

482,685

 

Daycare Centers

294

Public Vocational Schools

3

Public Elementary Schools

95

Public High Schools

46

Public Schools with Madrasah Education Program

19

Public Schools offering vocational and technical courses

4

Public Schools connected by E-Libraries

33

Private Schools offering Pre-school, Elementary and High School

435

Colleges and universities

105


SCHOOL-AGE POPULATION (3-21 years old)

1,029,823

3 to 4 (Daycare)

109,643

5 (Pre-school)

53,266

6 to 11 (Elementary Level)

318,035

12 to 15 (Secondary Level)

212,881

16 to 21 (Tertiary Level)

335,998


ENROLLMENT DATA

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

2015-2016

2016-2017

2015-2016

2016-2017

Kindergarten

27,196

27,106

17,908

4,877

Elementary (Grade 1-6)

249,993

269,347

81,594

33,552

Secondary (Grade 7-10)

144,389

145,853

55,693

22,659

Senior High school (Grade 11-12)

67

5,392

4,150

51,621

SPED Elementary

3,457

3,609

SPED High school

837

657

Madrasah

1,535

1,333


PUBLIC DAY CARE ENROLLMENT (SY 2017-2018)

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

DISTRICT

1

1,921

1,899

3,820

2

2,278

2,262

4,540

3

1,866

1,874

3,740

4

1,756

1,739

3,495

5

2,620

2,560

5,180

6

1,649

1,611

3,260

TOTAL

12,090

11,945

24,035

 

ELEMENTARY NET ENROLMENT

SY 2014-2015

SY 2015-2016

Male

Female

TOTAL

Male

Female

TOTAL

Public School

63.57%

65.82%

64.65%

61.58%

63.76%

62.63%

Private School

20.91%

22.22%

21.54%

21.00%

22.30%

21.62%

PUBLIC & PRIVATE TOTAL ENROLMENT

84.48%

88.05%

86.20%

86.07%

82.58%

84.26%


SECONDARY NET ENROLMENT

SY 2014-2015

SY 2015-2016

Male

Female

TOTAL

Male

Female

TOTAL

Public School

47.17%

52.20%

49.66%

49.59%

53.78%

51.68%

Private School

19.62%

20.05%

19.84%

19.33%

19.85%

19.58%

PUBLIC & PRIVATE TOTAL ENROLMENT

66.77%

72.26%

69.50%

68.93%

73.64%

71.27%

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

LEVEL/TYPE

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

TOTAL

Elementary Level

96

465

561

Junior High school

46

240

286

Senior High school

33

168

201

TOTAL

175

873

1,048

NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SY 2016-2017 (based on Congressional Districts)

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOTAL

PUPIL-TEACHER RATIO

District 1

1,050

1:36

District 2

2,012

1:38

District 3

829

1:34

District 4

805

1:36

District 5

1,694

1:37

District 6

1,034

1:37

TOTAL

7,424

1:37

NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN PUBLIC JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SY 2016-2017 (based on Congressional Districts)

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

TOTAL

STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO

District 1

917

1:23

District 2

1,556

1:27

District 3

517

1:22

District 4

863

1:24

District 5

1,295

1:27

District 6

758

1:26

TOTAL

5,906

1:25

CLASSROOMS (Instructional/Non-instructional)
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

INSTRUCTIONAL

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL

TOTAL

District 1

634

124

758

District 2

742

78

820

District 3

514

169

683

District 4

496

142

638

District 5

817

133

950

District 6

507

93

600

TOTAL

3,710

739

4,449

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOMS

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

INSTRUCTIONAL

NON-INSTRUCTIONAL

TOTAL

District 1

450

155

605

District 2

382

89

471

District 3

283

93

376

District 4

493

154

647

District 5

391

106

497

District 6

215

74

289

TOTAL

2,214

671

2,885

BASIC EDUCATION RESOURCES

RESOURCES

LEVEL

2014-2015

2015-2016

Teachers

Elementary

7,423

7,424

Secondary

5,860

5,906

Classrooms

Elementary

3,661

3,710

Secondary

2,134

2,214

Seats

Elementary

187,700

171,185

Secondary

103,050

99,975

Water Sanitation Facilities

Elementary

3,762

3,781

Secondary

2,499

2,849

Computers

Elementary

1,035

3,192

Secondary

1,782

7,386

COMPLETION RATE IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS

COMPLETION RATE

SY 2014-2015

SY 2015-2016

Male

Female

TOTAL

Male

Female

TOTAL

Public Schools

  1. a.Elementary

75.17%

82.96%

78.85%

79.14%

84.34%

81.62%

  1. b.Secondary

68.38%

77.46%

72.81%

71.66%

80.72%

76.11%

Private Schools

  1. a.Elementary

84.58%

86.70%

85.64%

62.96%

56.03%

60.13%

  1. b.Secondary

88.55%

93.63%

91.31%

61.66%

58.28%

59.93%

TERTIARY EDUCATION

Average annual number of college graduates

19,000

QCPU number of graduates (SY 2016-2017)

1,571

 

COURSES

SY 2016-2017

SY 2017-2018

 

1st Semester

2nd Semester

1st Semester

General Education

2,562

2,523

1,089

BS Information Technology

1,512

1,446

1,706

BS Entrepreneurship

1,564

1,531

1,534

BS Industrial Engineering

869

852

1,056

BS Electronic Communications Engineering

310

280

345

Senior High School

745

680

1,258

TOTAL

7,562

7,312

6,988

ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM DATA (based in 3 Curriculum years)

ALS PERFORMANCE INDICATOR

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

District 1

1,480

1,917

1,323

District 2

1,525

1,643

1,950

District 3

614

1,031

769

District 4

1,898

2,075

2,424

District 5

1,617

2,222

2,166

District 6

915

1,211

1,128

TOTAL ENROLMENT

8,049

10,088

15,946

Completion Rate

61.10%

48.88%

55.41%

Passing Rate

36.57%

41.32%

57.62%

ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM LEARNING CENTERS IN QUEZON CITY

School Based

79

Barangay Based

40

LGU/NGO

28

Extension Learning Center

7

TOTAL

154

NUMBER OF SCHOOLS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSES, SY 2016-2017

 

DISTRICT

ELEMENTARY

SECONDARY

PRIVATE

TOTAL

District 1

2

2

4

8

District 2

9

3

0

12

District 3

7

3

16

26

District 4

3

1

12

16

District 5

5

2

3

10

District 6

3

1

4

8

TOTAL

29

12

39

80

LIBRARIES

 

Public Libraries

  • Main Library
  • Library Branches

20

1

19

Community Learning Centers

  • Public School based
  • Barangay based
  • Private School based

63

91

49

25

QC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

BENEFICIARIES

NO. OF SCHOLARS

SY 2016-2017

NO. OF SCHOLARS

SY 2017-2018

Valedictorians and Salutatorians of QC Public High Schools

267

167

First to Eight Honorable Mention of QC Public High Schools

958

605

Quezon City Polytechnic University students

3,169

2,595

Elected Officials of the Sangguniang Kabataan

18

0

HB Center for Excellence (CENTREX)

75

26

QC Public High School graduates with 80% general weighted average and college undergraduate

1,717

1,723

City Council –SYDP Scholars

4,431

5,056

Graduate Studies Scholarship Program

25

75

Specialized Courses Scholarship Program

(new program)

N/A

16

Technical-Vocational Courses Financial Assistance

(new program)

N/A

115

TOTAL NUMBER OF SCHOLARS

10,660

10,378

 

LANGUAGE

The National language is Filipino, but English is the widely used language for trade, government, media and education.


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