Without the proper devices, teachers run the risk of being interrupted when her device would die out on her in the middle of a discussion, or the students might miss important points because of choppy lines, delayed audio, garbled sounds, and other connectivity issues.
Why teachers are joining United People’s SONA
In this video, public school teacher Roel Mape shares how they carry out their commitment of providing quality education beyond the four walls of the classroom, including why they are joining this year’s United People’s SONA.
‘Teaching items for sale’, other corrupt practices prevalent in some public schools – ACT
The principal of a public school in a province in northern Luzon allegedly asked newly-hired teachers to pay P50,000 each.
Teachers call for distribution of election honoraria
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers once again picketed in front of the Commission of Elections (Comelec) last Thursday as thousands of teachers and support staff who served last elections have still not received their honoraria. The teachers’ group denounced the commission’s failure to act on the delayed compensation of teachers who served as board of election inspectors (BEI) and support staff last May 13.
Teachers oppose Aquino’s ban on bonuses
INA ALLECO R. SILVERIO
“Instead of heeding the just demands of state workers for adequate remuneration and tighter price controls, Aquino targets public servants, whose basic take-home pay cannot them home.”– ACT