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16 thoughts on “ANC Talkback: Education in the Philippines 1/6”

  • rizalATmarcos says:

    pota.. dami satsat..inshort, we need trade skills..tsk even u winnie is a classic example of the problem in this society,FILIPINOS goes to college for social status not for development..how many degree holders have u got working at call centres.?pag kolehiyo sikat!wla nman pakinabang!wla gusto kumuha ng agriculture kc sa farm??pweh

  • after age 10 you won't learn anything new without your consent. people who do not like to go to school is just a waste of government budget. your answer is nice to listen though.

  • Because everyone has the right to be given the chance of a higher education, not just those who "want" it, but also those who need it.

  • Because it's a global standard the country needs to adhere to. And if you actually get to read more into the K-12 system, it's more than just adding the number of years students need to undergo before heading off to college. It's the first step towards much-needed reforms in the education system in the Philippines.

  • why lengthen the years? why not reduce teachers paper works so that they can teach the students rather than leave them copy something on the board while teachers are busy doing their" extra curricular work"

  • I think the k12 program for education is an improvement to our education system but i don't think the solution is to increase the length of time. I think the government should look into evolving the method of teaching and should start "flipping the classroom". Read about "flipped classrooms"

  • phirap lang yan sa mga magulang at sa estudyante, wla yan s haba ng pag aaral kundi sa kalidad ng edukasyon at kakayahan ng bata.

  • how about the fund for K12 will be given to those who want to go to college dontcha think it would solve the logistics problem?

  • i think it is time to impose K12 because there are lotsve teachers who are unemployed maawa namn kayo sa kanila.

  • Gilmar Moriones says:

    I think it not the time to apply K + 12 program in Education, because of crisis in unfilled in facilities, books and desk all over the school in the Philippines.

  • Carlo Salcedo says:

    I went to DepEd National Office in Pasig asking for the study upon which the 2002 curriculum was supposedly based and they failed to supply me with the study. Jose Tuguinayo, Senior Curriculum Designer told me to stop asking when I emailed him asking where I could get a copy of the said study. We're talking the national curriculum here. Not one copy of the study. Secondary Education Director Dr. Andrada won't email me back either. What do you guys think?

  • Carlo Salcedo says:

    I went to DepEd National Office in Pasig asking for the study upon which the 2002 curriculum was based and they failed to supply me with the study. Jose Tuguinayo, Senior Curriculum Designer told me to asking when I emailed him asking where I could get a copy of the said study. We're talking the national curriculum here. Not one copy of the study. Secondary Education Director Dr. Andrada won't email me back either. What do you guys think?

  • Romolo Bactasa says:

    Incompetent answer from a sectretary of education, adding the number of years in school does not guarantee a quality graduates no matter how long you put the child in school if the tools needed for a quality graduates were not there you will only loss precious time of the child…Why don't you focus first on the quality tools needed for a quality graduates….quality teachers, rooms, books,curriculum and etc..so primitive …..

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