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Looking at the Reformed Basic Education Curriculum of 2002

Three of Ateneo de Naga University’s ace faculty members in its College of Education, Dr. Evelyn Autor, Veronica Jalores, and Jullie del Valle, walked me and my assistant, Vinci Bueza, though the basics of the Revised Basic Education Curriculum (2002) … Continue reading

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Unpacking “the Objective of Philippine Education”

Yesterday I attempted to show how mindless it is to assert that the Philippine Educational Highway ends in “a job.” The education highway in the Philippines needs to bring us to much, much more. This is captured beautifully in the … Continue reading

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The Proposed Tertiary-Level General Education Program

Note: Dr. Isagani Cruz, the Chair of the CHED Technical Panel on Education, has stated that the following Proposal on Tertiary General Educations has been approved by CHED Chair Dr. Patricia Licuanan for discussion and consultation. I reproduce it here … Continue reading

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Not Just About Jobs

The Arroyo Administration had a Philippine Task Force on Higher Education (PTFE) whose proposed “educational highway” led the student to “a job.” As important as the employability of one who runs the full distance of the education highway is, many … Continue reading

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