• K-12 Curriculum
    . Lack of facilities, classrooms and equipments * We all have to accept the fact that in terms of facilities, classrooms and equipments in the schools in the Philippines, our country is underprivileged. For a good quality of education, a comfortable place to study is a big factor affecting this...
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  • Makabayan
    Common Problem | Actions Taken by Government | Declining Quality of Education | CHED, TESDA, DepEd created | Quality and Proficiency of Teachers | Teachers granted scholarships for advanced studies | Lack of School Facilities | Procurement of some important facilities in laboratories...
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  • Problems Existing in the Philippine Educational System
    teachers, lack of facilities, high gap of competence between the public school students and the private school students, best teachers of the country leaves because of low salary. Moreover, there is an abuse happening committed by the teachers. Some teachers are accused of abuse of authority and...
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  • Outline
    . (Navarro, 2011) h. Lack of vision vi. "Our athletes, we lack nutrition, we lack physical and mental conditioning," he told Rappler. "How can you be mentally strong if you're not physically strong? We don't have training facilities. There's no effort to develop these. Effort, he...
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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...
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  • Educational in Contribution to Labor Force
    quality education sa inyong paaralan? | No application of Lessons • Lack of facilitiesLack of educational provision | RN 1 [60-147]Di maapply yung natutunan ng mga estudyantesa totoong buhay kasi kulang mga facilitiesRN 2 [250-302]and walang mga avenue for applicationng mga lessonsRN 1...
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  • 3qrewfsd
    global scene, as different personas in the Hollywood and other countries patronage their works. The problem is that the Philippine Fashion is having a difficult situation since the country has is lack of facilities and very outdated when it comes to technology. Therefore, designers from the Philippines...
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  • effect of lack of computer
    Chapter I The Study and Its 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...
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  • Istudy
    Name: Pamela B. Sumunod C/Y/S: BIT21 FINAL TERM PAPER TOPIC: 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...
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  • Education
    facilities and the teachers are of high caliber. Only students with high grades can enter this school. But in the Philippines, many state universities are established. Because of this the budget is divided to smaller amounts and is distributed to the different schools. Public schools are funded by the...
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  • Basic Education: to Add…or Not to Add?
    remembered watching a video clip from TV Documentary, Philippine Agenda. Students from rural areas in Masbate have to walk for 3 hrs (6-7 km) just to attend their classes. By the time they arrive in school, they’d be mostly tired and not be able to absorb the lecture. Some of these students have no money...
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  • K+12 in the Philippines (2011)
    “The Population Commission (Popcom) said there are 30.6 million Filipinos or 6.12 million families who are suffering from poverty.” With this quotation, the recently implemented K+12 Educational System in the Philippines which includes additional two years of school is untimely and may not be...
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  • The Role of Ict in Reducing Dropout Rates in the Philippines
    poor live in the rural areas of the country. These are towns located deep in the mountains and the rice fields. Poor rural communities in the Philippines are often deprived of a quality education. There is a corresponding deficiency in schools and classrooms. In addition, lack of school facilities and...
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  • K-12
    the apparent failure of the country‟s tertiary education system to produce educated and manpower needed to spur growth. 31 It‟s alarming that a number of students about to enter universities in the Philippines lack a basic mastery of key subjects , while those entering high school fared...
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  • K+12 in the Philippines
    . They also worry about the lack of qualified teachers to teach the students; that is made worst with too many students. Books are added dilemma to concern of the schools. Thus, these setbacks made the quality of education in the Philippines worse. In the latter, students were prone to drop out...
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  • The Problem and Review of Related Literature
    %; Lack of equipments and infrastructure with the percentage of 15.53%; and the Cultural difficulties both in and out of the classroom with the percentage of 14.68%. Table 12 According to the Areas that needs Improvement Areas Frequency RANK School facilities and equipments 76 2 Teaching...
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  • Term
    government and private schools and universities run by priests and others. The coming of Spaniards and Americans in our country became the key of education in the Philippines. Even though there purpose is to rule and colonize our country, we Filipinos should be thankful to them. They were the ones who...
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  • K-12
    not just from the government but from the parents as well. Aside from this, students will need additional classrooms, school supplies and facilities. The program would need more qualified teachers as well. The researchers believe that the K+12 Education in the Philippines would uplift the quality of...
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  • Movie Analysis-Hsm
    the movie to the educational system here in the Philippines in terms of: a. Facilities – the school facilities in the film is far different from the school facilities here in the Philippines. In the film, their school is like a mall. Their facilities are good in quality and advanced. In the...
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  • Education
    chairs, 113,951 water and sanitation facilities. Provision of these facilities for education is very crucial in ensuring quality education. Adding to the dismal situation in the Philippine education system is the lack of textbooks. DepEd (SY 2010-2011) estimates 34.7 million textbook deficiency for...
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