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Part 4 of 10 May “K” ka ba sa K-12?: Implications to Tec-Voc

Coach Albert’s Thoughts About the K-12             In April 2012, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority or TESDA asked me to look at the policy implications of the K-12 to tech-voc (I missed doing policy issue papers since I shifted to education). I told TESDA that as a major curriculum reform, the K-12 will […]

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May “K” ka ba sa K-12?: Looking deeper (part 2 of 10)

You’ve peeked into the historical context and the players in the K-12 reform in Part 1.  Here, let’s take a closer look at K-12.  Coach Albert Basa’s Thoughts About the K-12: Looking Deeper DepEd said that the intention of the K-12 is not just to add two years of schooling but more importantly to enhance […]

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Fact: Only 23 out of 100 pass the Licensure Examination for Teachers …So discover early how to do it right and make it this September 30

Are you one of the thousands of education graduates taking the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) this September 30?  If you are, read on and know early the context of the LET that you are about to take.  This would surely give you the right perspective to begin your LET preparation. So many education graduates […]

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