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    to the convincing win, by a very large margin, of Noynoy-the expected winner according to pre-election surveys. After the proclamation and formal assumption into office, along with fancy celebrations and parties, the new government of Noynoy Aquino is now starting to confront the challenges and problems...
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    Benigno ‘NoynoyAquino III, his administration continues to unravel as brandishing more of the same elite governance defined and motivated by the narrow agenda and interests of the few. This was evident in the impeachment of Corona which was sold to the public as part of his “daang matuwid” agenda but soon...
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  • The Dictator
    me your congressman now and I’ll give you an Ilokano President in 20 years.” He won that election and was returned thrice to Congress as Ilocos Norte’s congressman. In 1959, he was elected to the Philippine Senate and in 1963, he became its president. Completing the presidential term in 1969, he won a...
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  • Sona 2012
    President Aquino SONA 2012 “It is time to restore a government that is truly on the side the people.” President Benigno Aquino III was so ambitious now compared to the first two State of the Nation Address. He had many promises and dreams to our country and for the sake of everyone. I’m so glad...
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  • Philippine Presidents
    password was " Rizal". -ELECTED OFFICERS First Supreme Council * Deodato Arellano- President (Supremo) * Andres Bonifacio-Interventor or Comptroller * Ladislao Diwa-Fiscal * Teodoro Plata-Secretary ...
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    children with special needs, there is still no comprehensive law that mandates special education in the Philippines. As educator Dr. Edilberto Dizon points out, nurturing children with special needs is simply not a priority in the Philippine educational system. The thrust of education in this country,...
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  • K+12 Program Reaction Paper
    Scientific and Cultural Organization or UNESCO, the Philippines is the only country in the world that still follows a 10-year basic education cycle. And so, last October 2010, President Noynoy Aquino proposed the Kindergarten plus 12 or the K+12 program to catch up with the rest of the world having a 12-year...
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  • Analysis on 4th Sona of PNOY
    Analysis to President Benigno III’s 4th SONA Half way through his administraton, President Benigno S. Aquino III delivered his 4th State of the Nation Address (SONA) last Monday, July 22, 2013. In frot of many Congressionla Representatives and Senators of the Republic at their joint session in Batasan...
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  • Pnoy
    Online reports that in his July 23 State of the Nation Address (SONA), President Benigno Aquino III promised that the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 will be fixed before his SONA in 2013. The report quoted Aquino, who said, "Pang-apat na pangulo na po akong sasalo sa problema ng...
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  • T.L.E: the Significance in the Implementation of K-12
    desire to offer a curriculum which is attuned to the 21st century. This is in pursuance of the reform thrusts of the Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda, a package of policy reforms that seeks to systematically improve critical regulatory, institutional, structural, financial, cultural, physical and...
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  • A Critical Analysis of Pres. Noynoy Aquino’s Government
    A Critical Analysis of Pres. Noynoy Aquino’s Government The strengthening of democratic and legal institutions could be the great legacy of the Aquino government. For this government to be successful would give an important boost to democratic forces across the developing world, and a concerted effort...
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  • Reaction Paper
    online news portal of TV5 MANILA, Philippines – More than three years after accepting an urgent challenge to lead a crisis-ridden nation, President Benigno Aquino III said Monday he has done everything possible to solve many of the country’s most pressing problems and is comforted by the strong public...
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  • Philippine Political Parties, Electoral System and Political Reform
    the ruling party since the 1987 elections when it won an overwhelming majority of contested seats in both national and local elections. Because Pres. Aquino, however, refused to support LDP's candidate, instead supported Ramos, campaigning for him and using the resources of the government, LDP's candidate...
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  • The President
    Benigno Aquino III ------------------------------------------------- 2010 presidential campaign Main article: Philippine presidential election, 2010 See also: Benigno Aquino III presidential campaign, 2010 Aquino being proclaimed as thePresident-elect of the Philippines by Senate President Juan Ponce...
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  • Rh Bill
    USIA, and USAID.[5] Different presidents had different points of emphasis. President Ferdinand Marcos pushed for a systematic distribution of contraceptives all over the country, a policy that was called "coercive", by its leading administrator.[3] The Corazon Aquino administration focused on giving...
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  • Matrix
    1909, he was appointed resident commissioner to the U.S. and when he finished his term after eight years, he returned to the Philippines to become President of the Philippine Senate, created by the Jones Law. He was also top man of the ruling Nacionalista Party. Quezon’s term (1935 - 1944), though chiefly...
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  • Thesis
    Benigno Aquino III From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III 15th President of the Philippines Incumbent Assumed office June 30, 2010 Vice President Jejomar Binay Preceded by Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo Secretary of the Interior and Local Government Acting ...
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  • Peace Ed
    1. Requested by only one chamber of Congress; 2. Not specifically authorized; 3. Not competitively awarded; 4. Not requested by the President; 5. Greatly exceeds the President’s budget request or the previous year’s funding; 6. Not the subject of congressional hearings; or 7...
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  • Sona
    SONA 2013 His Honorable President Benigno S. Aquino III again delivered his 4th State of the Nation Address on Monday, July 22, 2013 as mandated by the Constitution. The joint session of the Senate of the Philippines and the House of Representatives were called to order at exactly 4:00...
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    status though they have their own expertise. Normally the group meets for about an hour to work on a research lesson each week and it may take about 10 to 12 weeks to complete a cycle. However, the steps are sometimes not in a fixed sequence. Some steps may occur simultaneously and there may be...
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