(a) The elimination of excessive element of chance and subjectivity;
(b) The de-emphasis of memorization;
(c) Continuous and comprehensive evaluation that incorporates both scholastic and non-scholastic aspect of education, spread over the total span of instructional time;
(d) Effective use of the evaluation process by teachers, students and parents; as well as
(e) The introduction of concomitant changes in instructional materials and methodology;
(f) Introduction of the semester system from the secondary stage in a phased manner, and the use of grades in place of marks.