CRISIS IN THE PHILIPPINE EDUCATION
“Ang kabataan ang pag-asa ng ating bayan”, we always encounter this quote especially when the topic is about our youth. 5.8- 6 million is the growing number of our out of school youth today with this result the saying seems to be a failure. As a nurse, I have come up with an idea of proposing a mini-barangay library school as a solution to the countries growing number of out of school children. Truly, this kind of program needs fund in order to be established but in my own little way I want it to flow smoothly, no funds needed. It is between our unities to fight this problem. The following steps will serve as my guide in pursuing the program: a.
Meet with Barangay Captain/Officers, to coordinate and propose the program. b.
I will write a letter address to the head of all private schools in the city regarding my propose project. The focus is for book donation, unused books from students which will serve as materials in educating the street children. Other than books: School supplies will be greatly appreciated. c.
Discuss with Public/Private school teachers about the program and how they could contribute to this by voluntary offering their time in teaching the children (on shift basis). i.
Classes: Saturday and Sunday (9am-11am)
Venue: mini-barangay library school
Emphasis of the teaching strategy will be on writing and reading lessons. Books gathered from donation boxes will serve as a tool for learning. e.
If the program is approved, the target would be house-house dissemination of the barangay campaign on free education for all children/youth. Our youth should be at the forefront of global change and innovation. They will be our key agents for promoting development and peace. Let us ensure that the out of school youth will be given the opportunity to participate fully in the lives of our society. Imagine what a harmonious world it could be if everyone of us shares a little of what we can do to educate the youth....
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