By BEVERLY ANN S. MUSNI, YR.
I don’t know if I can afford one if ever I will have kids in the future given the K+12 Law and the commercialization of education. It is a sad and infuriating fact that education should liberate us from the quagmires of poverty but it is the one thing which drives us to despair knowing that our children and our children’s children may never get one.
By CHERYLL D. FIEL
“As this school year marks the second year of implementing government’s new K+12 program, it only adds to the already chaotic public school system in the country.” – Elenito Escalante, public high school teacher & President of the Alliance of Concerned Teachers of the Philippines Davao Region Union
By DAVAO TODAY
Parents, students and teachers have long been complaining of the yearly shortages in textbooks, classroom and teachers. The budget on education has also been seen as the major problem as it’s deemed “insufficient.”