Towards Understanding the Experiences of Indigenous People’s Immersion to Formal Schooling in the Public Schools of Zambales and Pampanga: A Phenomenological Inquiry
Eva B. Imingan
The history of Zambales unfolds in 1572 when the famous Spanish conquistador Juan de Salcedo responded to the proposed invitation of the people from the undulating mountain ranges, then still thick with vegetation, which knifed across the vast lap of virgin land. The earliest towns established in 16
Zambales is a province of the Philippines located in the Central Luzon region. Its capital is Iba. Zambales borders Pangasinan to the north, Tarlac and Pampanga to the east, Bataan to the south and the South China Sea to the west. With a land area of 3,830.83 km2, Zambales is the second largest amon
This chapter includes the review of related literature and studies
which the researchers have perused to shed light on the topic under study.
A. Review of Related Literature
Theobald (1994) suggested that...
The Problem and its Setting
The school is faced with the need to present clear information and ideas about lifestyle and work habits of every faculty members, which are not in them selves easy to understand. Recent changes in the ethic composition of the population all o
“Sequens Mirabitur Aetas”
The Latin quote “Sequens Mirabitur Aetas” literally translates to “The following age will be amazed.” The quote can be interpreted such at our generation will leave such an impact that the following will be so amazed. Many different factors can make tha
The Aetas and the Environment
The Aeta is a group of indigenous people who live in scattered, isolated mountainous parts of Luzon. The Aeta predecessors are nomadic and build only temporary shelters. However, the well-situated and more modernized Aeta have moved to villages and areas of...