Posible ang makatao, abot-kaya at angkop na edukasyon ngayong pandemya.
Tags: distance learning
Public school teachers go creative in protesting low pay, lack of support
“Our teachers and our learners alike suffered the effects of state abandonment even as we ourselves are grappling with the raging pandemic and economic crisis. How long will the DepEd and the Duterte regime turn a blind eye to the needs of the education sector?”
Public school teachers work longer without enough support – survey
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers called on President Duterte to urgently address “the serious welfare issues of public school teachers that erode their capacities, health, and morale, and put education continuity in jeopardy.”
Teachers urge DepEd to help Bicol, resolve problems in distance learning
“The multitude of problems plaguing distance learning since its conception to its implementation has not been addressed by Secretary Briones and the rest of this administration. It’s enraging to hear her gloat now about some survey while our calls and cries have been largely ignored.”
Teachers blast DepEd’s insufficient materials for blended learning
“All these mean longer work hours, sleepless nights, no-weekends for teachers, and that’s only for one modality.”
Mother, teacher, lawmaker | France Castro finds time to help son’s distance learning
Last week, Bulatlat’s very own Martin’s Purrspective came up with a comic strip on how students, mothers, and teachers are faring on the first week of the ongoing distance learning. But what happens when the mother is also a teacher and a lawmaker batting for the rights of Filipino students and teachers?
IN-DEPTH: Public education sector, neglected even more in the time of pandemic
With the pandemic still raging on, the crisis in the Philippine educational system has been further exposed. Instead of addressing the concerns of the education sector, the Duterte administration has chosen to neglect it even more by not providing enough budget for distance learning.
Not enough protection and care for teachers amid the pandemic
Public school teachers spend for their basic protection such as alcohol, face masks, face shields and gloves. The Department of Education admitted that there is no budget allocated for the hospitalization of teachers who will be infected by the virus.
No sufficient budget for distance learning
“This is an injudicious handling of the people’s coffers, seeing as how the state’s insufficient funding will further deprive millions their constitutionally granted right to accessible and quality education, while education workers will be subjected to unsafe working conditions and forced to again make up for shortages.”