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LIBREng training sa guro, less admin work isabatas-solon

By: - 02/10/2020

INIHAIN sa Kamara de Representantes ang panukala na magbibigay ng libreng training sa mga public school teachers at paglimita sa kanilang administrative duty sa walong oras kada linggo.

Ayon kay Albay Rep. Joey Salceda maraming pagbabago ang dapat na gawin sa sektor ng edukasyon.

“I am preparing the country for a series of reforms that I hope will lead us closer to the Finnish model of education: absolutely free, absolutely high-quality, light on workload, heavy on critical thinking and comprehension, and with universal access to nutrition. The first building block is the empowerment of teachers,” ani Salceda.

Kasama sa panukala ni Salceda ang pagkakaroon ng support administrative staff gaya ng school at district statistician at government programs coordinator.

Dapat din umanong magkaroon ng administrative internship program para maging student assistant ng mga guro ang mga high school sa paggawa ang administrative functions nito.

“My bill will allow teachers to focus on what they do best: teaching,” dagdag pa ni Salceda. “Public school teachers should not be made to pay for professional development programs when the direct beneficiary is the public.”

 Sinabi ni Salceda na bagamat gumanda ang teacher-to-student ratio hindi ito realidad sa lahat ng lugar.

Noong 2018, 1:31 para sa elementary level, 1:36 sa Junior High School level, at 1:31sa Senior High School level.

 “We tried to reform the system by extending the years of education. It does not seem to have worked. We missed the point: we need better schools, not necessarily longer years. And the most important aspect of a good school is its teachers. My parents were teachers. I know that the moral and intellectual character of society depends on its teachers. We should support them,” ani Salceda.

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