No to DepEd's K to 12
...In a statement, Ilagan said that the developments on the K-12 program would spell a “disaster” for the country’s education system, pointing out that the education allocation for next year was short by P42 billion to reach the needed P334 billion budget...
...Kabataan Partylist Representative Raymond Palatino has stressed that the K-12 program, which adds a year each in elementary and high school levels, was not the solution to problems of the Philippine education system.
|Cong. Palatino lecturing in front of a class|
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The following is among the public service advertisements for INDIEpendensya Film Festival: Asserting the Nation's Real Independence, held at the University of the Philippines Diliman from Sept 17-19, 2012. In this clip, the children start singing a song about how good life is with being together singing and laughing. Then the teacher begins to discuss how these children can contribute to the development of the country in the future. The children then begin reciting what they would like to be in the future:
- To become a meat packer in Canada
- To become a call center worker
- To make clothing for exports
- To become a sales lady
- To become a domestic helper in Singapore
- To become a driver in Korea
- To become a nurse in the US