• K-12 Curriculum
    THE PHILIPPINES …key to progress of education system in the Philippines? Recently, our school had a debate about the K-12 CURRICULUM IN THE PHILIPPINES. The way I see the living in our country, I say NO to the newly implemented education system. Reflect on many problems we have. -POVERTY -LACK OF...
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  • Makabayan
    scholarships for advanced studies | Lack of School Facilities | Procurement of some important facilities in laboratories | Rising Cost of Education | Granting free education to elementary and secondary levels | Another problem pestering the quality of Philippine education is the quality and proficiency...
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  • Problems Existing in the Philippine Educational System
    Problems Existing in the Philippine Educational System For many years, the Philippine educational system has been facing many problems. These problems are due to the population explosion and globalization. Another thing is gap existing between the private and the public school systems. In addition, the...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility (Sociology)
     I. De Leon School Foundation II. Rationale : Background of the Problem Philippines – “The public school system lacks 143,281 classrooms this year 2011”, Aurora Rep. Juan Edgardo Angara said. Angara also said public schools also lack 101,612 teachers, 2.72 million chairs, 119,296 toilets, and...
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  • Education
    Philippines is a developing country. It can be seen in the increase of establishments, the growing number of tourists and the attraction of foreign investors and businessmen. One contributor for the country’s development is education. Many foreigners choose to study in the Philippines. They are attracted...
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  • Istudy
    Education: Lack of facilities in most of schools in the Philippines EXPERIENCE: I never had experience having lack in facilities in my school ever since from the time I started studying because all of the schools I went into were all private. I don’t intend to be rude but the lack of facilities...
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  • 3qrewfsd
    Esmeña, Jay B. BS Architecture 5-1 June 18, 2014 THESIS PROPOSALS 1. PHILIPPINE FASHION SQURE: Based on the United Kingdom based think tank Center for Economics and Business Research, the Philippines is expected to become one of the world’s 30 biggest economies by 2028 with its strong macroeconomic...
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  • Educational in Contribution to Labor Force
    Education in Philippine Economy Submitted by: Leanne Kym Jane Lozañes Abstract The study explains the significance of quality education to the employment of an individual and to the economy of the country. Several literature points out the poor quality of education in the public school system in the...
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  • effect of lack of computer
    Background Introduction Several complaints regarding the lack of sufficient school facilities have been a great concern nowadays at Polytechnic University of the Philippines in Santa Rosa Campus. With regards to this, certain components like lack of computers, improper lighting and poor air quality affects...
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  • Outline
    athletes have been actively joining the International Olympics. b. What would be the impact if there is really lack of support? How does it affect the athletes competing? II. Lack of support c. There are a lot of Filipino athletes that was promised to receive allowances to support their...
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  • Movie Analysis-Hsm
    Movie Analysis “High School Musical” I. Settings/Characters The movie High School Musical was filmed at East High School located in Salt Lake City, Utah; the auditorium was at Murray High School and; the house of Gabriella and Troy was at Downtown Salt Lake City. The main characters are Troy...
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  • Term
    help lift our nation, not only our nation but also ourselves from poverty. But when did education in the Philippines started? How did it come to our country? Who brought education in the Philippines? These are questions we often asked when we talk about education.. Our forefathers, the illustrados,...
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  • K-12
    continuous deterioration of the quality of education in the Philippines has prompted the DepEd to push for the implementation of the K to 12 programs, which entails the institutionalization of kindergarten and the addition of two more years of high school in the basic education cycle. The proposal has spurred...
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  • Basic Education: to Add…or Not to Add?
    People say that high school is the best chapter of their lives - the four years of fun and laughter with friends and classmates, the four years of suffering and torment from school works and strict teachers, the four years of learning and cramming lessons. The very thought of the relatively easy life...
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  • The Role of Ict in Reducing Dropout Rates in the Philippines
    The Role of ICT in Reducing Dropout Rates in the Philippines Introduction They say that education is the best social leveler, that it can alleviate poverty which could lead to economic development. If it really is like most of us believe it is, then therefore the education sector needs serious...
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  • The Problem and Review of Related Literature
    of the opportunities for your location to attract educational tourism income. Tuguegarao City is a First class city in the province of Cagayan, Philippines. It is the city capital of Cagayan and the regional capital of Region 02. Tuguegarao is the economic center (commercial, education, trade, health...
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  • Issues
    economic security. The key programs needed in the development of our youth: Ladderized Education System (EO 358) Ladderized education is a facility that allows for vocational courses to be credited as units earned toward a related college degree program. Ladderized Education Program (LEP) ibig...
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  • K+12 in the Philippines (2011)
    implemented K+12 Educational System in the Philippines which includes additional two years of school is untimely and may not be very convenient for the Filipino people. This program initiated by DepEd aims to improve the quality of education in Filipino schools. The batches that will be affected with...
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  • The Current System of Education in the Philippines
    http://kuro-kuro.org/archives/3463 The current System of Education in the Philippines is in the brink of extinction, for a new Education System is being proposed. The existing system of 6 years in Elementary, and 4 years in Secondary before entering Tertiary is being challenged. In fact, a major reform...
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  • K+12 in the Philippines
    the difficult responsibility of reshaping the educational system. Filipinos have deep regard to education. Education occupies a central place in Philippine political, economic social and cultural life. It has always been strongly viewed as a pillar of national development and a primary avenue for social...
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