As in any new programs or endeavors, there are anticipated problems with the implementation of the new Basic Education Program (BEP). Some of these humps may turn out too hot to handle, not even by the DepEd’s on-going GO: Ed Campaign! Hereunder are situations (physical facilities excluded) that are likely to affect the effective and efficient running of the Program.
With the passage of the Basic Education Program, plainly referred to as K to 12 Program, positive signs have been evident leading to its perceived successful take-off.
Notwithstanding financial restraints as fledgling parents, mother dreamed high for her sons education and later translate ‘Manna from Heaven’ received in the form of services to almighty, humanity and community.
Human nature dictates that special attention is given to a special person as a worthy sign of love and gratitude for the immense sacrifices he/she has gone through,
Adding to the woes of the Filipino S & T workers, aside from the meager budget for R & D activities, to purchase state-of-the-art laboratory equipment, and updated library facilities, is the tangible acceptance, recognition of their research contributions to the government and the country.
Some years back, we, science workers in government, enjoyed the benefits of Republic Act 8439 or the so-called Magna Carta for Scientists, Engineers, Researchers and Other Science and Technology Personnel in Government.
In general, the state of the country’s science could be considered “better-off” comparatively speaking from previous years.
The day year 2012 was to close, drew this writer’s attention to the news item carried by The Philippine Star which read: “Work on Leyte Road to resume”. What caught the interest of the writer was that the project being referred to is the Burauen – Albuera Road – the same road ‘started’ as early […]
In the light of issues on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management, the Philippines will play host to the First ASEAN Congress on Mangrove R & D in Century Park Hotel, Manila, on December 3-7, 2012.
This writer, a practicing marine biologist and an advocate for the preservation and conservation of the country’s marine resources, fully agrees that the Present Dispensation should double time and put more teeth to laws crafted to protect the marine ecosystem.