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A TEACHERS’ group on Monday said they appreciate the P300 additional honorarium for teachers who served during the 2013 barangay elections held on October 28 and special elections on November 28 held in Bohol province and Zamboanga City. “This is an admission that the Comelec gave us less than what…

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AN alliance of workers’ groups in the country on Thursday expressed their support to the railway workers of South Korea who held a strike against the privatization of train systems and to the workers’ national center, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU). On December 22, almost 5,000 police troops,…

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STATE-run gaming firm Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corp. (Pagcor) has earmarked P2 billion for the construction of new classrooms for public schools students in the Visayas and some part of Region 4. Pagcor Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Cristino Naguiat Jr. said thousands of public school facilities in the Visayas…

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NEW US Ambassador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg visited the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (Tesda) central office in Taguig City to check on the volunteers and trainers who assembled the solar lights for the typhoon victims. The kits used in making the solar lights were provided by the…

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NEW United States (US) Ambas-sador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg visited the Technical Education and Skills Devel-opment Authority (Tesda) central office in Taguig City to take a glance on the volunteers, trainers and trainees who assembled the solar lights for the typhoon victims. The kits used in making the solar…

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THE Department of Education National Employees’ Union (DepEd-NEU) is supporting the rationalization plan, which aims to reorganize offices to avoid overlapping of functions among offices. DepEd employees’ union president Domingo Alidon defended the rationalization program of the government, saying it would improve the delivery of services from central office down…

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THE fishing community of Puente Bunglas, Ajuy, in the fifth district of Iloilo province, is one of the severely-devastated areas from Super Typhoon Yolanda. Yet, in the quaint public school, not one school record, book or teaching material was damaged. More importantly, the young children were taught well to prepare…

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Government agencies are trying to outdo each other in providing financial assistance to typhoon victims. The Department of Education (DepEd) is offering teachers and non-teaching staff in typhoon-devastated areas loan assistance to help them start anew. The state pension fund Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) also offered a six-month loan…

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THE Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday said the distribution of salaries and benefits of public school teachers in areas affected by super typhoon Yolanda [international: Haiyan] have been delayed due to damaged school records. “Teachers’ salaries for Region 8 have been delayed because records have been destroyed by the…

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AN education expert hailed the Philippine government for its flagship Kindergarten to Grade 12 (K-to-12) reform, and stressed that the country’s upgrade to a twelve-year basic education will make it at par with the education system and standards of other countries. Asia Society Senior Adviser for Education Vivien Stewart, who…

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