Since the beginning of the DepEd-Alternative Learning System’s (ALS) collaboration with DLSU in 2012, its regular weekday sessions in the ALS Center (also known as Tuluyan Center in 2011) has already produced a total of 98 Graduates from 6 batches. Learning sessions have also started to commence for the 30 students of batch 7 since February 2018, and will end its sessions on the same month in 2019. This program has catered to the 7 partner barangays of DLSU as well as other barangays within District 5 of Manila. At the end of the program, graduates are expected to become barangay-based instructional managers with the help of the DLSU College of Education as another clear indicator of the localization of SDG 4. In the past year of learning through the implementation of ALS, a number of partnerships with student organizations and volunteering among faculty and students have translated to scholarship opportunities, learning tours, and special sessions on various topics such as talks on the Lasallian Reflection Framework, personal development (career choices, conflict/stress management), drug and substance addiction, capacity building (financial literacy and social analysis), and disaster risk reduction and emergency response.