RA 5698: The Act established the Council of Legal Education, whose mission was to regulate and improve the quality of law schools in the Philippines in order to stop the growing number of candidates who fail bar exams each year. REPUBLIC LAW 6655 OF 1988: Popularly known as the Free Public Secondary Education Act of 1988, the Act created a system of free education in public high schools. RA 7796: Also known as the Technical Education and Skills Development Act of 1994 (TESDA), the purpose of the Act was to provide relevant and quality technical education accessible to all, and to create the agency that will manage technical education and skills development in the Philippines. SITUATION: Lately, there has been a debate about “no homework policy”. And DepEd supports the proposal. And I think it violates the academic freedom of teachers. The teacher has given the power to choose the type of teaching and teaching methods he should use. Yes, as a current and future teacher, I understand that the “no homework policy” benefits students by giving them enough time to bond with family and reducing the cost of purchasing materials for projects or assignments, and on the part of the teacher, it was less workload and more time saved preparing lessons for other classes. instead of checking homework. These are reasonable considerations, but as teachers.
It was a law that provided for the creation and maintenance of an integrated education system. In accordance with article 2, this law applies to both formal and non-formal systems of public and private schools at all levels of the education system as a whole. And as educators, it is our responsibility to study, understand, practice and educate others about their rights and responsibilities. On the other hand, the government must implement these principles and laws with the help of other stakeholders. Going back to the main topic, when it was my classmate`s turn to lead the prayer I know as an atheist, it took many minutes for our teacher to convince him (or rather put him under pressure) to lead the prayer, but he did not obey him. It made me think ~ I don`t know who is disrespectful to each other, if it is disrespectful not to obey your teacher to lead a prayer or it is more disrespectful to follow the standard and do what it commands, even if it is against his will because they do not share the same beliefs. “SITUATION: Basically, teachers work 8 hours a day, 6 hours of instruction and 2 extra hours for preparation and others. But in reality, teachers work harder than they should. And they do have compensation under the law, but again, in reality, it`s free. This means that teachers are not paid for overtime. In fact, teachers work late into the night. They bring their work home, rush to deadlines, prepare lesson plans, exams, etc.
And even going to school on weekends, which they should enjoy that day to create family bonds. Decorating classrooms, gardening, extracurricular activities, etc. But they don`t get paid for it. Although teachers have already accepted that their works are sometimes free, this still violates their rights as teachers. Well, that`s already part of being a teacher. Teaching is not a lucrative profession, it is a CALLING. In addition, the government is trying to grant more benefits to compensate for this for public school teachers. SITUATION: I know teachers who are discriminated against when they enter the classroom.
Before entering public education, each teacher goes through a so-called “ranking”. Here they provide the necessary documents such as seminars, experiments, take an English test and take a demonstration lesson. The higher the points, the more likely you are to lead the leaderboard. But according to some teachers I ask, there is a system of “palakasan” or “supporter” when you enter public school classrooms. Sending “gifts” is a way to enter public education. One teacher said, “It`s not what you know, it`s who you know. And I think we can call it discrimination when we get into teaching. And when you enter public school classrooms, newly hired teachers are mostly sent to remote areas. This happens when a former teacher moves from this remote area to another school and a position becomes vacant in the school they came from. This is a big challenge for newly hired teachers as they cannot refuse or the offer is given to other potential teachers.
But wait, there`s more 🙂 to do if you`re taking on the challenge of being a teacher in this isolated field, there`s a lot of work ahead of you, as newly hired teachers are usually given difficult tasks like coordinators, etc. What happens if you decline the offer? I don`t know what that really means, but certainly something that teachers who apply to public schools don`t want to experience. I think these cases happen because it`s part of the culture of the institution that I think some problems can be avoided. Here`s hoping that. Other laws are added to the guidelines on the legal bases of education, such as Magna Carta for teachers (Republic Act No. 4670), Magna Carta for students (Student Rights and Social Protection Characteristics Act). Hello! I would like to ask for help. What is the provision that allows/qualifies secondary school teachers to teach elementary teachers? Please answer. Thank you and God bless you! SITUATION: The last 2 rights mentioned above stipulate that it is the financial capacity of the school.
While I don`t know if residential facilities include classrooms, every student has the right to have safe and motivating classrooms and enjoy facilities that help them acquire knowledge in the simplest way. Also to have a year of medical examination to monitor the health of each student. I have observed schools, students, teachers, institutions and classrooms through my field study subject. What strikes me most often are the overcrowded, unventilated and stuffy classrooms, which I think have a huge impact on student learning. But as mentioned above, this is related to the financial capacity of the school. And we cannot blame the school for such problems, because schools alone are not able to fund such a project if the government does not help them. One. Reduction of primary education from seven years to six years in primary schoolb. Set the school entry age at seven. National support for primary educationd. Compulsory attendance at primary school classes for all children enrolled in the class, i.e. Introduction of double and individual sessions – one class in the morning and another in the afternoon under the direction of a teacher to accommodate more children.
“Military preparatory training shall be provided to the adolescent in elementary school at the age of ten years and shall extend over the remainder of his schooling up to college or post-secondary education. Paragraph 14. Additional Compensation. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in applicable law, extracurricular activities, as well as any other activity beyond a teacher`s duties defined as normal, shall receive additional remuneration equal to at least twenty-five per cent of his or her normal remuneration after the teacher has completed at least six hours of instruction per day.