By Ariem V. Cinco Regional Information Officer III Thank you, PPRD and Dr. Caroline Guerta for giving me the opportunity to be part of this pragmatic academic endeavor not only as a grammarian but also as a presenter of the conference syntheses. Highly esteemed Schools Division Superintendents, Assistant Schools Division Superintendents, School Heads, School Administrators, continue reading : What. So What. Now What.
By Jake D. Fraga Teacher III, Tagongon Central Elementary School Tagbina District II, Surigao del Sur Division If we can make the world a better place to live in, is school not part of the world? A school is not just a learning environment to the learners. It is also a home for those who continue reading : Beyond Bayanihan: Blossoming school through Brigada Eskwela
The architects of the K to 12 system fought tooth and nail, sweat and blood, to get it done. What they have accomplished turned out to be the biggest and most difficult change adopted for and by the Philippine educational system. However, that may be an understatement – because the fancied change goes beyond the continue reading : THE NEW FILIPINO TAKES THE WORLD HOSTAGE
By Lani O. Gargueña PSDS-Southwest Butuan District For years, Filipinos expressed mixed reaction to the K to 12 Program. Parents, teachers, students, stakeholders, and even research studies had explored both the merits and demerits of the issue. In view of these, the government implemented the program in 2016. The first batch of high school students under the K continue reading : K to 12 Curriculum: World-class level?