2. What is DORP?
Dropout Reduction Program
It is an intervention program to reduce high
dropout rate and improve learning outcomes using
3. General Objectives
Reduce if not totally eliminate school
Contribute to increasing/sustaining
Increase achievement level of students at-
risk of dropping out (SARDO)
4. Specific Objectives
Retrieve the learners who are out of school
Increase the capacity of school to establish,
implement, monitor, evaluate and
continuously improve DORP/ADM
Design and continuously improve
5. Guiding Principles of DORP
DORP should contribute significantly to the
attainment of the School Improvement
It should seek to help SARDO master the
DORP should help educate the SARDO to be
independent, critical thinker and problem
6. Guiding Principles of DORP
It should not only prevent students from
dropping out but also seek to retrieve those
who already dropped.
It should cater to students who are victims
of calamities, war and abuses.
7. Guiding Principles of DORP
It should explore alternative modes that
best meet the learning needs of its clients.
The type of intervention appropriate to an
individual should be based on a careful
analysis of adequate, relevant, accurate,
and up-to-date information.
8. DORP Modalities
Open High School Program(OHSP)
Effective Alternative Secondary Education(EASE)
Modified in-school-off- School Approach (MISOSA)
Rural Farm School (RFS)
Enhanced Instructional Management by Parents,
Community and Teachers (e-IMPACT)
School Initiated Intervention
9. Factors in the Successful
Implementation of DORP
Trained DORP Implementers
Availability of Materials
Participation and support of stakeholders
11. Identifying SARDOs
Gather and update supporting data
a. Fill in the individual learner’s profile
b. Consider the FICS (Family, Individual,
Community, School) Analysis.
12. FICS ANALYSIS
Indicator Possible Cause Possible Solution
Talk with the
Self-pity. Shows laziness.
Often cutting classes.
participate in class
The school is far from
the students home.
Ask the student to wake up
early or live in a boarding
Indicator Possible Cause Possible Solution
Call parents and
encourage them not
to lose hope for
There is no
of the parents
to send their
child to school.
Tired of encouraging
the son to do good in
The father is
Lack of fund Include in the annual plan
13. Major Phase of DORP
Phase 1- Planning
Phase 2- Implementation
Phase 3- Evaluation
14. The School DORP
- problem statement
- background/context of the problem
- what is the current situation (performance indicator)
B. General and Specific Objectives
C. Intervention Strategies
D. Implementation Plan
E. Implementation Structure
F. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
G. Sustainability Plan
15. Implementation Structure
Composition and Functions/Roles
a. School Head
b. ADM Coordinator
c. Guidance Councilor
d. Class Adviser/ Subject Teacher
e. PTA Representative
f. Student Representative
Leads the preparation of DORP.
Leads in managing the DORP.
Leads in planning and conducting DORP
Leads in conducting school-based DORP.
Submits DORP report to the division office.
Assist the school head in formulating the DORP.
Conduct advocacy to stakeholders.
Submit progress report on SARDOs to the school head.
Attend training on DORP.
Conduct LAC Session on ADM.
Maintains a centralized DORP records.
Prepares a guidance program.
Prepares guidance tools and forms.
Assist the class advisers/teachers in:
-profiling of learners
-preparing and updating monitoring list
-updating individual records of SARDOs.
Identify SARDOS by subject area and grade
Prepare monitoring list.
Design appropriate intervention for SARDOs
Monitor and evaluate the progress of the
Signs the agreement.
Helps the SARDO implement the
Participate in DORP related activities.
Works as partner of the school in
Participate in the appropriate intervention
with the guidance of the class adviser.
Enter into an agreement.
Comply with the requirements.
Report to the class adviser and to the
subject teacher according to the
22. Monitoring and Evaluation
How to track the progress of DORP
Assess the implementation and results of
Who is responsible in collecting the data?
23. Monitoring and Evaluation
Are the interventions able to keep the
SARDOs in school?
Is there an improvement in the
Is the tracking system producing positive
24. Who are responsible in evaluating the