THE UNIVERSITY posted a 100-percent passing rate in the January 2022 licensure examinations for elementary teachers, with an alumna in the Top 5.

Regina Gabrielle Torres led the new batch of Thomasian elementary-level teachers with a score of 91.80 percent.

All 13 examinees from UST made the cut, but UST did not qualify for a top-performing school spot as it did not meet the 50-examinee requirement.

The University posted a 92.31-percent passing rate in the licensure examinations for secondary-level teachers, with 12 out of 13 Thomasians acing the exams.

Jenechielle Lopoy from the Saint Michael’s College of Laguna topped the licensure exam for elementary-level teachers with a score of 93.80 percent, while Lanvin de los Santos from the National Teacher’s College led the new batch of high school teachers with a score of 92.80 percent.

Mindanao State University – Marawi City (90.53 percent) and Cebu Normal University (88.73 percent) were the top-performing schools for the elementary- and secondary-level examinations, respectively.

The national passing rate for elementary teachers was almost unchanged, from 55.96 percent or 4,883 out of 8,726 examinees last September 2021 to 55.66 percent or 8,737 out of 15,696 examinees in the latest cycle.

The national passing rate for secondary teachers decreased to 53.77 percent (12,074 of 22,454 examinees) from 57.76 percent (10,318 of 17,863 examinees).


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