Abstract: In the event of the K-12 curriculum implementation in the Philippines, the challenges to tertiary education, specifically teacher education, have been raised. Every education system for K-12 will strive to perform their best, however, very few are able to go far and progress. Before K-12, the government said that the Philippines was the last country in Asia and one of only three countries worldwide with a 10-year pre-university cycle. These types of programs aim to offer extensive knowledge to children, at the same time, offer the parents “peace of mind” in knowing A support model for effective implementation of the K-12 program is presented. In a Business Mirror interview, DepEd Secretary Leonor Briones claims that for 2017-2018, the Department created 40,104 teacher items for the K-12 program. K to 12 Articles 2013 Now on its first year of implementation, the K-12 program is not without challenges, but it is an endeavor worth pursuing if we truly intend to improve the Philippine education system. This discussion is juxtaposed by analyses made on Philippine development. Given the four features of K-12, namely, academic competence, labor opportunity, global competitiveness, and economic development, this article discusses the merits of the program and the problems and barriers to its full implementation. Critics have been very vocal about their primary concern and as well as the Government isn’t ready yet for this new system. By Cyril John Barlongo QUALITY education is viewed as any country’s pillar of success. K-12 curriculum drew negative reactions. K-12 Status Updates under the Duterte Regime. However, she also confesses that we still lack teachers and classrooms to fill in its demands. Review of the K 12 Curriculum in the Philippines. The new K12 science curriculum in the Philippines follows a spiral progression arrangement of competencies. Challenges Faced by Our Government. Issues, concerns and prospects: teacher training institutions’ views on K-12 Camilla DJ Vizconde .