“The spread of “fake facts” aims to distort history and present it as truth.”
Ang paglalabas ng desisyon ng mataas na hukuman na hindi dinidinig ang mga argumentong inihapag sa mga isinampang petisyon ay maaaring repleksyon din ng pagbabalewala sa ating sariling wika.
Petitioners said the new education curriculum puts to waste future mathematicians, scientists and engineers as it dilutes the school’s special science curriculum.
“We will not stop calling for the suspension of the K to 12 program.”
MANILA – Public school teachers under the Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) and parents greeted the Department of Education’s (DepEd) annual Brigada Eskwela with a protest against the K to 12 program at the Ramon Magsaysay High School in Manila on Monday, May 18. Benjie Valbuena, ACT national chairperson, said the DepEd’s K to 12…
“President Aquino’s government abandons its responsibility to provide free education to the youth while pushing students to enroll in private schools, thus ensuring profits for private school administrators.”
“The burden is on us. The Department of Education wants the teachers to be more creative and innovative in teaching. But we only had five days of training. Teaching materials and guidelines were not even provided.” Luisa Ramirez, grade 9 teacher
“There is no truth to the claim of the government that these employees or their positions are not needed because the education sector is evidently understaffed right now.” – Benjamin Valbuena, ACT
By INA ALLECO R. SILVERIO Bulatlat.com MANILA – The House of Representatives is at it again. ACT Teachers party-list Representative Antonio Tinio denounced the House of Representatives for approving House Bill 6643 or the Revised Basic Education Reform Act of 2012 on second reading and without amendments even as several lawmakers were protesting against what…
By ANNE MARXZE D. UMIL
“Ever since he [Aquino] came to power, the education crisis has only worsened.” – National Union of Students of the Philippines
The school opening last June 4 was greeted by the same problems experienced during the previous school years. It was disastrous as usual. The students were once again greeted by lack of chairs, books, classrooms and most specially teachers. The government’s answer to this perennial problems of shortages and poor quality of the education in…