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Monday, October 16, 2017

Malacañang suspends gov't work, classes on Tuesday, October 17

Malacañang suspends gov't work, classes on Tuesday, October 17

Malacañang suspends gov't work, classes on Tuesday, October 17



MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED) – Classes at all levels, as well as work in government offices, will be suspended on the second day of the nationwide transport strike on Tuesday, October 17.

The announcement was made late Monday, October 16, by Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea, citing "public health and safety."

Explaining the suspension, Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar said, "May transport strike, ulan, bagyo at walang masakyan. Baka magkasakit mga kawani ng gobyerno at mga estudyante kung maulanan at walang masakyan."

(There's a transport strike, rain, and no public vehicles to ride. Government employees and students might get sick if they get rained on and won't get a ride.)

Earlier, Malacañang said classes and government work were to resume on Tuesday, with Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella saying the strike "barely affected the riding public," according to the assessment of the government's joint quick response team.

Classes and government work were suspended on Monday due to the transport strike to be held by groups protesting the government's jeepney modernization program.

A similar transport strike staged last September also prompted several local government units to call off classes. 

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Sunday, October 15, 2017

#WalangPasok Suspension of all classes and work in government offices nationwide on October 16

#WalangPasok Suspension of all classes and work in government offices nationwide on October 16

#WalangPasok Suspension of all classes and work in government offices nationwide on October 16


DAVAO CITY - President Rodrigo Duterte suspended classes in all levels, both public and private schools, and government work nationwide as drivers and operators of public utility jeepneys schedule a nationwide strike.

The suspension of work does not include the private sector. The President is giving private employers the discretion whether to suspend work.

This was confirmed by Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar, who, however, said the suspension of classes and government work covers only Monday.

Except for Davao City, the Pinagkaisang Samahan ng mga Tsuper at Operators Nationwide (PISTON) will launch a two-day transport strike to protest the government’s public utility vehicle (PUV) modernization program.

PISTON aimed to express sentiments of the jeepney drivers and operators against the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Omnibus Franchising Guidelines, which pushes for the modernization of public utility vehicles.

According to PISTON Chairman Charito Junares, a majority of the drivers and operators could not afford to buy the units because it would require them to put up PHP1.2 –1.6 million to own one unit.

He said that if the small jeepneys or the so-called multi-cabs would be deployed to the routes of the tricycles, it could trigger trouble among the drivers.

Manuel “Maning” Duran, chair of the Southeastern Mindanao Diversified Drivers and Operators Cooperative (SEMDDOC), said his group is also joining the jeepney strike.

He said most of the chapter presidents have signified their support to the strike. SEMDDOC has more or less 6,000 members both drivers and operators with 24 routes such as Mintal, Calinan, and Toril.

Duran said many cannot afford the modernization program much more borrow money from the bank to buy the new jeepneys.

He said most operators cannot even afford to replace or rehabilitate their jeepneys. According to Duran, a real modernization program is the Mindanao railway system.

He said the transport strike is their way of expressing their sentiments but they cannot really do anything if the government insists.

Old jeepneys would eventually just fizzle out in the light of more modern transport because the commuters or passengers have become choosy, he said.

Duran was concerned that a driver will lose a one-day income at an average of PHP500 if he will not work.

The government, however, envisions the PUV modernization program to meet safety, energy efficiency, and emission standards in order to enhance commuter convenience.

Under the modernization program, jeepney units that are 15 years old will be replaced with Euro 4 engines or electrically-powered engines with solar panels for roofs. Units will also be equipped with closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras, a GPS navigation system, an Automatic Fare Collection System (AFCS), speed limiters, dashboard cameras, and Wi-Fi.

On Friday, Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio ordered the suspension of classes in all levels in Davao City on Monday. But in anticipation of lack of public utility vehicles during the strike, the city mayor ordered the deployment of buses to cater to stranded commuters, especially the workers.

While she respects the planned transport strike on Monday, Duterte-Carpio enjoined protesters to practice self-restraint in their actions as authorities would not tolerate crimes that would be committed during the strike.

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MEMO: Provision of the Hardship Allowance of Fiscal Year 2017

MEMO: Provision of the Hardship Allowance of Fiscal Year 2017

MEMO: Provision of the Hardship Allowance of Fiscal Year 2017



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Friday, October 13, 2017

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Monday, October 16

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Monday, October 16

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Monday, October 16


MANILA, Philippines – Here is a list of areas and schools where classes have been suspended for Monday, October 16 due to a transport strike.

LOCATIONS:

  • Davao City – classes from kindergarten to college, public and private
  • Makati – All levels, public and private
  • San Mateo, Rizal – All levels, public and private
  • San Fernando, Pampanga – pre-elementary to senior high school, public and private

SCHOOLS:

  • Ateneo de Davao University
  • National Teachers College
  • UST Legazpi
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Odette maintains strength, classes suspended in Ilocos Norte

Odette maintains strength, classes suspended in Ilocos Norte

Odette maintains strength, classes suspended in Ilocos Norte


LAOAG CITY— Tropical storm Odette (international name Khanun) has maintained its strength on Friday, prompting the suspension of classes in the entire province of Ilocos Norte.

Under Executive No. 66 s.2012, classes in the affected areas for pre-school, kindergarten, elementary and high school (including Senior High School) shall be automatically cancelled or suspended due to storm signal no. 2 in the province.

College classes and work both in public and private, however, will go on as usual. In Pagudpud town, a team from the Department of Public Works and Highways are on standby with a heavy equipment to ensure landslide-prone areas along the Patapat highway are passable to motorists and commuters.

Since Thursday, fishermen were already warned not to go fishing on a stormy weather.

As of this posting, the state of communication, water and power supply, including operations at the Laoag International Airport and Currimao seaport remain under normal condition.

As part of the disaster preparedness, the Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council has already pre-position relief goods, medicines, equipment and generator sets in Resiliency Headquarters.

The Provincial Veterinary Office has also advised farmers to secure their livestock in animal shelters and provide animal feeds. Meanwhile, the Philippine National Police, Bureau of Fire Protection, 5057 Search and Rescue Team of the Philippine Air Force, Coast Guard and Philippine Army are also on alert status.

The Provincial Health Office has also activated its health emergency management ground including provision of ready medicines.

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Thursday, October 12, 2017

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Friday, October 13

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Friday, October 13

#WalangPasok: Class suspensions, Friday, October 13


MANILA, Philippines – Here is a list of areas and schools where classes have been suspended for Friday, October 13, due to Tropical Storm Odette (Khanun).
  • Abra - preschool to high school
Automatic suspension
  • Apayao - preschool to high school
  • Batanes - preschool to high school
  • Cagayan (including Babuyan Group of Islands) - preschool to high school
  • Ilocos Norte - preschool to high school
  • Isabela - preschool
  • Abra - preschool
  • Ilocos Sur - preschool
  • La Union - preschool
  • Benguet (including Baguio City) - preschool
  • Ifugao - preschool
  • Kalinga - preschool
  • Mt Province - preschool

Pre-school to Senior HS

  • Cagayan, Apayao
  • Batanes
  • Babuyan Islands
  • Ilocos Norte

Pre-school hanggang kindergarten (Public Storm Warning Signal Number 1)

  • Isabela
  • Abra
  • Kalinga
  • Mountain Province
  • Ifugao
  • Ilocos Sur
  • La Union 
  • Benguet

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#WalangPasok: October special holidays declared in some areas

#WalangPasok: October special holidays declared in some areas

#WalangPasok: October special holidays declared in some areas


MANILA - Malacanang has declared special non-working holidays in some areas to give way to the celebration of local events this October.

Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea signed proclamations declaring special non-working days in the following areas for these dates and events:

October 20

  • Negros Oriental province, Buglasan Festival

October 27

  • Mati in Davao Oriental, Sambuokan Festival

October 28

  • Dingle in Iloilo, Cry of Lincud commemoration
A special non-working holiday was also declared in Muntinlupa on December 19, which would mark the 100th anniversary of the city as an independent local government unit.

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NEWS Classes in Cagayan province suspended due to ‘Odette’

NEWS Classes in Cagayan province suspended due to ‘Odette’

NEWS Classes in Cagayan province suspended due to ‘Odette’


TUGUEGARAO CITY — Cagayan Governor Manuel Mamba on Thursday suspended classes from pre-school to senior high school in both public and private schools in the province due to Tropical Depression “Odette.”

Mamba said the suspension of classes from pre-school to high school levels was recommended by the Provincial Climate Change Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PCCDRRMC) due to the continuous rains since Wednesday night.

“Odette” was estimated at 730 kilometers east of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan with maximum sustained winds of 55 kilometer per hour (kph) near the center and gustiness of up to 65 kph.

Mamba ordered the suspension as a precautionary measure as rivers and low-lying areas in Cagayan have accumulated floodwaters brought about by the weather disturbance.

The governor is advising people living near mountains slopes and low-lying areas to take necessary precautionary measures against possible flashfloods, landslides and swelling of the rivers.

Mamba also urged the Local Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council (LDRRMC) of every municipality in the province also to be on the alert.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

#WalangPasok: List of class suspensions for October 12, 2017

#WalangPasok: List of class suspensions for October 12, 2017

#WalangPasok: List of class suspensions for October 12, 2017


Classes in the following areas/schools were suspended on Thursday, October 12, due to inclement weather caused by tropical depression “Odette”.

All levels

  • Biliran Island (Almeria, Kawayan, Naval towns)

Pre-school to Senior High School

  • Cagayan
Tropical depression ‘Odette’ has slightly intensified as it moves westward over the Philippine Sea, Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said., as of 5 a.m. Thursday.

It has maximum sustained winds of 55 kph and gusts reaching 65 kph, and would bring moderate to heavy rains within its 350-km diameter.

As of 5 a.m. today, the state weather bureau placed the following areas under tropical cyclone warning signal number 1:
  • Cagayan including Babuyan group of Islands
  • Isabela
  • Apayao
  • Abra
  • Kalinga
  • Mountain Province
  • Ifugao
  • Batanes
  • Ilocos Norte
  • Ilocos Sur
‘Odette’ was last spotted at 730 km East of Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.

It has maximum sustained winds of 55 kph and gusts reaching 65 kph, and would bring moderate to heavy rains within its 350-km diameter. It moves at 26 kph in a west direction.

Odette will bring rains with gusty winds in the provinces of Cagayan, Isabela, Abra, Kalinga, Apayao and Mountain Province.

Meanwhile, Ilocos region, the rest of Cagayan Valley, and the Cordillera Administrative region will experience moderate to heavy rains.

Light to moderate rains with thunderstorms will prevail over Visayas, Metro Manila and the rest of Luzon.

Mindanao, on the other hand, will experience isolated rain showers.

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DepEd opens registration for Accreditation and Equivalency Test

DepEd opens registration for Accreditation and Equivalency Test

DepEd opens registration for Accreditation and Equivalency Test


The Department of Education (DepEd) has opened the registration for those who are interested to take the Accreditation and Equivalency (A & E) Test.

To prepare for the upcoming A & E Test for 2016, DepEd urged those who are wishing to take the test to register as soon as possible. DepEd has announced that the registration is from October 2 to 25.

DepEd said the test is open to qualified applicants. They just need to go to accredited registration centers where they must register before they are allowed to get A & E Test. The registration center is the Schools Division Office or District Office designated by the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS).

A registration committee will be present in the registration centers to help applicants complete their registration form and review the required documents.

Interested applicants who are at least 12 years old may register for the A & E Test Elementary Level while those who would like to take A & E Test Junior High School Level must be at least 16 years old.

Aside from the registration form available at the registration centers, interest applicants should bring the needed documents: 1) original and copy of the certification of completion program ALS provided by Learning Facilitator (only for students of ALS); and 2) original and copy of birth certificate [available in the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) former National Statistics Office].

If the applicant has birth certificate from the PSA, other options include: baptismal certificate; Voter’s ID (with photo and signature); valid passport; valid driver’s license and any legal document indicating the name, photograph and signature of registrant [for example: NBI clearance, barangay certificate, certification from the barangay chairman or learning facilitator].

Two copies of identical 1×1 ID picture with white background and name tag are also needed.

DepEd reminded the applicants to complete the form and the documents submitted to avoid hassle. DepEd requires that the applicant should be the one to complete the application form and submit it to registration committee.

Meanwhile, DepEd reminded that the exam is free of charge as well as the certificate of rating. DepEd said registration centers are open on weekends to accommodate applicants. Additional questions or clarifications may be addressed to the SDO or DO or call the DepEd-Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA).

By Merlina Hernando-Malipot 

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Revised 2017 New Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with Filling-Up Guide

Revised 2017 New Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with Filling-Up Guide

Revised 2017 New Personal Data Sheet (PDS) with Filling-Up Guide

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What's new with the new Personal Data Sheet?

  • - state workers who hold dual citizenship, including dual citizenship by birth, should indicate the countries of which they are a citizen. Those who have acquired the status of an immigrant or permanent resident of another country should also disclose the country where they acquired such status.
  • - submission of a separate Work Experience Sheet, where employees shall indicate their actual duties for each position declared in the PDS under the Work Experience field (shall be used by the Commission in evaluating appointments issued, particularly in checking whether the appointee’s qualifications meet the requirements of the vacant position being filled)
  • - the new PDS is a sworn document, which means it shall be attested to under oath by the employee and witnessed by a person authorized to administer an oath or affirmation
  • Government employees are directed to submit their updated Personal Data Sheet (PDS) to their agency's Human Resource Management Officer not later than April 30, 2017.

Source: CSC Resolution No. 1700656, dated March 21, 2017

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VILMA SANTOS-RECTO now a co-author of our House Bill No. 56 which proposes the increase in the minimum monthly salaries of public school teachers

VILMA SANTOS-RECTO now a co-author of our House Bill No. 56 which proposes the increase in the minimum monthly salaries of public school teachers

VILMA SANTOS-RECTO now a co-author of our House Bill No. 56 which proposes the increase in the minimum monthly salaries of public school teachers

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Congresswoman VILMA SANTOS-RECTO of the 6th District, Batangas is now a co-author of our House Bill No. 56 which proposes the increase in the minimum monthly salaries of public school teachers in basic education to P25,000, teaching personnel in state universities and colleges to P27,000 and non-teaching personnel to P16,000. The bill also proposes the increase of the Personnel Economic Relief Allowance (PERA) granted to all government employees. 
Tuloy ang laban para sa sapat at nakabubuhay na sweldo! 
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Monday, October 9, 2017

New Inset Dex Guides Grades 1-11

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INSET DEX GUIDE GRADES 1 TO 11

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Sunday, October 8, 2017

September LET Exam 2017 Release Date of Results

September LET Exam 2017 Release Date of Results

September LET Exam 2017 Release Date of Results

RELEASE DATE OF RESULTS

According to the Commission’s Resolution No. 2016-1019 series of 2016 entitled “Schedule of Licensure Examination for Year 2017”, the target release date of September 2017 LET result will be on November 27, 2017 (Monday) or forty four (44) working days after the board exams.

The number of working days is computed with respect to declared holidays in October and November 2017 particularly the additional special non-working day on October 31, 2017 (Tuesday) and "All Saints' Day" on November 1, 2017 (Wednesday).

However, PRC may also release the LET official results earlier or later than the stipulated date without prior notice. Just keep tuning-in at at this article for timely updates.

On the same exams conducted by PRC on March 2017, results were out after forty (40) working days. During September 2016 and September 2015 LET, results were out after forty eight (48) working days while forty one (41) working days on March 2016.

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EDUCATION Teachers can have higher allowances, take-home pay by Jan. 1 – Recto

EDUCATION Teachers can have higher allowances, take-home pay by Jan. 1 – Recto

EDUCATION Teachers can have higher allowances, take-home pay by Jan. 1 – Recto


Threatened by a P30 billion cut, Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto today called for the rechanneling of DepEd’s 2018 budget to “low hanging fruits” which can be used to increase a number of teacher’s allowances.

If these “benefit amelioration” items will be added to the income retained when bigger personal income tax exemptions will take effect, the result is a higher take-home pay for public elementary and high school teachers, Recto said.
“We can double the chalk allowance, increase the uniform allowance, implement so-called step increments so that teachers will move up the pay scale, and increase the operating fund of schools,” Recto said.
“On top of these, new tax exemption rates so that teachers will either pay zero tax or a smaller tax on their income,” he added.
“All of the above are doable, and are in the pipeline. They can take effect in 12 weeks, or by January 1. Kaunting push na lang,” Recto said.
Recto said the above are interim measures until a higher pay for teachers is legislated together with the rest of government workers.

Recto said the House of Representatives, citing DepEd’s slow use of funds, had cut nearly P30 billion from the agency’s building fund for 2018.
“My proposal is that instead of transferring this money to other agencies, why not retain it there but change the intended use, toward the easy to implement, like teacher’s allowances,” Recto said.
Recto is proposing that the teacher’s annual uniform allowance be raised to P8,000, from the current P5,000. “That P8,000 is still half than what jail guards, firemen, policemen, and soldiers get,” he explained.

Recto’s proposal is P2,000 higher than the P6,000 recommended by the Duterte administration for all civilian government workers. “‘Yung additional P2,000, pang-sapatos. So clothing and shoes allowance na.”

According to Recto, another allowance long in need of adjustment is the one for teaching supplies, popularly called “chalk allowance,” which is pegged at P2,500 per teacher annually.
“Gawin nating P5,000. Doubling it will cost less than P2 billion. Mas maliit pa rin yan kaysa sa P30 billion cut,” Recto said.
“Chalk allowance is to teachers as what bullets are to soldiers. Diyan kinukuha ni Teacher ang pambili ng cartolina, papel, pen, USB, internet load. On 200 classroom days, bale kakarampot na P12.50 a day ang budget nya,” Recto said.
The government, he said, can also institute a “mass promotion” program for teachers by authorizing “step increments,” a move that will assign a teacher to a higher step in the salary grade, resulting in a higher pay.

Recto said increasing a school’s MOOE (Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses) allotment will also redound to teachers “as it will spare them of out-of-pocket expenses for school and town activities and training.”

At present, the school MOOE is on the average P865 per elementary student, P1,377 per high school student, and P 1,670 per senior high school student, “rates which should be increased,” Recto said.
“Ang biro nga nila, ang mga guro natin ay kasapi ng Abono partylist, kasi wala na silang ginawa kundi dumukot at abonohan ang lahat ng activities ng school,” he said.
Another “low hanging fruit ripe for picking” is the tax package pending in the Senate, which raises income tax exemption rates.

The bill sponsored on the Senate floor saves a Teacher 1 about P19,000 in income tax payments annually.

But Recto is proposing a higher no-tax zone of P250,000 in taxable income annually so that teachers with small businesses and professors in state colleges will be exempt.

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Angara: Teachers to get higher take-home pay

Angara: Teachers to get higher take-home pay

Angara: Teachers to get higher take-home pay

Senator Angara said the new tax reform system will give teachers higher take-home pay.

MANILA - Teachers, both public and private, will be among the millions of income taxpayers that will benefit with the passage of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) bill.

Senate Bill 1592 or TRAIN seeks to exempt P150,000 annual taxable income, while retaining the P82,000 tax exemption for 13th month pay and other bonuses and the maximum P100,000 additional exemption for up to four dependents.

Under the bill, a Teacher I with a monthly salary of P20,179 (Salary Grade 11) can have annual savings from income taxes of up to P18,987, depending on the number of dependents.

If a Teacher I has three or four dependents, he or she will no longer have to pay income taxes. Currently, he or she is taxed at a high of 20%.

Senator Sonny Angara, since his days in the House of Representatives, has been filing a bill upgrading the salary grade of public school teachers from Salary Grade 11 to 19.

Angara explained that with the reduction of income tax rates, 99% of the 7.5 million individual income taxpayers will be able to take home bigger pay.
"Hindi lamang po ang ating mga public school teacher ang lalaki ang maiuuwing kita, pati na rin ang mga nasa private schools. All our workers who receive compensation income and even our self-employed and professionals will benefit," the chairman of the ways and means committee said.
For instance, an assistant professor at a private college who receives a monthly salary of approximately P31,530 will be able to save at least P30,916 every year due to lower income tax rates.

"Halos katumbas na ng isang buwan niyang sahod ang matitipid niya kada taon dahil mas mababa na ang kanyang babayarang buwis. Ang isang propesor sa pribadong kolehiyo ay para na ring nakakuha ng 14th month pay gaya ng mga natatanggap ng public school teachers ngayon," Angara said.
"We have long been pushing for higher pay for our teachers. Their salaries do not commensurate to their great contribution to our society. As we celebrate our teachers' role in nation building, it is high time that we pay them back and give them due tax relief as they mold our children's future," the senator added.

Today, October 5, is World Teachers' Day and the culmination of the celebration of the National Teachers' Month.

Source via Senate website
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DepEd commends, calls on teachers to continue raising well-rounded learners

DepEd commends, calls on teachers to continue raising well-rounded learners

DepEd commends, calls on teachers to continue raising well-rounded learners


PASIG CITY, October 4, 2017 – The Department of Education (DepEd), led by Assistant Secretary for Legislative Liaison Office, External Partnerships Service, and School Sports Division Tonisito M.C. Umali, Esq., challenged teachers to continue their efforts in instilling relevant knowledge and skills to ensure that learners become well-rounded citizens.

ASec. Umali highlighted this during the DepEd-National Capital Region (NCR) celebration of the 2017 World Teachers’ Day (WTD) on October 2 at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City, which was attended by around 6,000 NCR teachers, personnel, and administrators.

He further shared that teachers play a vital role in nation building, “Ang uri ng bansa na mayroon tayo bukas ay nakasalalay kung anong uri ng guro mayroon tayo ngayon.

“Years from now, your students will be asked kung sino ang natatandaan nilang guro noong sila ay nag-aaral pa. Sana tayo po ay mabanggit dahil may naiwan, nagawa o naituro tayong magandang bagay sa kanila at hindi dahil sa kadahilanang hindi maganda,” ASec. Umali added.

Also present at the event were DepEd-NCR Regional Director (RD) Ponciano Menguito and Assistant Regional Director (ARD) Wilfredo Cabral, Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) Party List Representatives France Castro and Antonio Tinio, and other partners and stakeholders.

Hindi lamang tayo nagbabahagi ng kaalaman, tayo rin ay tumutulong na magkaroon ng direksyon ang buhay at mamulat ang mga mata sa mga hamon ng tunay na buhay ng mga batang ating tinuturuan,” RD Menguito said.

RD Menguito also shared how teachers are able to touch people’s lives in many ways, “Madalas tayo ay ginagawang idolo ng ating mga estudyante, consciously or unconsciously, they imitate our thoughts and actions. Sometimes they end up as teachers like us, or sometimes, they live the life we have wanted them to live.”

Showcasing of talents, recognizing outstanding NCR teachers
Furthermore, various activities, such as dish gardening competition and cultural presentations of all 16 NCR Schools Divisions, showcased the talents of DepEd-NCR teachers.

To give recognition to NCR teachers who showed outstanding efforts and accomplishments, and who are in the teaching service for more than 42 years—the number of years since DepEd-NCR was established—each Schools Division recognized and awarded their Natatanging Guro and Haliging Guro sa Paninilbihan awardees, respectively.

Tayo po ay nagbibigay pugay sa lahat po ng guro, sa humigit kumulang na 64,000 teachers ng ating kalakhang Maynila, sa buong Pilipinas at sa buong mundo. Maligayang Buwan at Araw ng mga Guro!” ASec. Umali ended.
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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Teachers Day 2017 Quotes, Wishes, Messages & Pictures

Teachers Day 2017 Quotes, Wishes, Messages & Pictures

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Teachers Day 2017 Quotes, Wishes, Messages & Pictures

The given below are the best teachers day status and teachers day messages quotes and wishes collection for the teacher day 2016.

 !!A gifted teacher is as rare as a gifted doctor, and makes far less money...
A good teacher is like a candle burning ,It consumes itself to light the way for others.Happy Teachers Day....
If the Award for the most wonderful teacher has been declared and then it goes to You. Happy Teachers day!!
If you think your teacher is tough,then wait until you get a boss. He doesn't have tenure.Happy Teachers day...
The best teachers in world is who teach from the heart, not from the book..Happy Teacher's Day
In teaching you cannot see the fruit of a day's Hard work. It is invisible and you can get it after  twenty years...
Good teachers are costly in world , but bad teachers cost more...
Dear teacher, your inspiring words have Change my life.Thanks for making me what I am today. Happy Teacher's Day...
Life is a journey and your words always guiding light throughout. Happy Teacher’ Day!
I was lucky to have a teacher as wonderful as you are. Wishing you a very Happy Teachers Day...
 Teachers plant seeds of knowledge that grow forever.Happy Teachers Day
Good teachers are costly, but bad teachers cost more.....!!
Thank u teacher For helping me to know The things I need to learn
To live my life and grow…Happy Teacher Day…
The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards...!!
A teacher is one who makes himself progressively unnecessary. Happy Teachers Day!
"Better Than A Thousand Days Of Diligent Study Is One Day With A Great Teacher..."Happy Teachers day..
A good teacher is a master of simplification and an enemy of simplism. Happy Teachers Day!
Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself.
Don’t tell them they are wrong if you can’t prove them wrong.
When it comes to teaching no one can compete with you.. Happy teachers day.
No one is more cherished in this world than someone who lightens the burden of another.Happy Teachers Day
Teacher Is Lamp Of Nation.Teacher Only One Person Who Serve Society In Real Manner. Salute All Teachers Of Nation. Happy Teachers Day.
The mediocre teacher tells.
The good teacher explains.
The superior teacher demonstrates.
The great teacher inspires.
Happy Teachers da
Dear Teacher,
Thanks for inspiring hope in me,
Igniting my imagination,
And instilling in me – a love of learning.
Happy Teacher’s Day...!
Teacher is a person who always helps
everybody to get the knowledge and always
stands beside the students when they have
problems. Thanks for being there Madam/Sir.
Happy Teachers Day!!!

Teachers Day Poems

Teachers Day poems are sing by the student to wishing a happy teachers day to her sir or madam.Teacher Day are the very special day for the student as well as the teachers.In this day student speak teachers day Essay and short poems in hindi and english to show the love related to teachers.Teachers day Speech Poems is given below:
God understood our thirst for
Knowledge, And Our Need To Be Led
By someone wiser;
He needed a heart of compassion,
Of encouragement, and patience;
Someone who would accept
The Challenge Regardless Of The
Opposition;
Someone who could see potential
And believe in the best in others
So he made teachers

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Pagpapa-rehistro para sa A&E Test 2016, simula na!

Pagpapa-rehistro para sa A&E Test 2016, simula na!

Pagpapa-rehistro para sa A&E Test 2016, simula na!


PASIG CITY, Oktubre 3, 2017 – Bilang paghahanda sa nalalapit na Accreditation and Equivalency (A&E) Test para sa taong 2016, binuksan ng Department of Education (DepEd) ang pagpapa-rehistro para sa mga nagnanais kumuha ng naturang pagsusulit.

Simula Oktubre 2 hanggang 25, bukas na sa mga kwalipikadong aplikante ang registration centers kung saan sila ay dapat magpatala bago payagang makakuha ng A&E Test. Ang mga registration center ay mga Schools Division Office o District Office na itinalaga ng mga Schools Division Superintendent (SDS). Dito ay may Registration Committee na tutulong sa mga aplikante na kumpletihun ang kanilang mga registration form at susuri sa mga kailangang dokumento.

Maaaring magpa-rehistro para sa A&E Test Elementary Level ang mga aplikanteng hindi bababa ang edad sa 12-taong gulang, samantalang ang mga nais kumuha ng A&E Test Junior High School Level ay dapat hindi bababa ang edad sa 16-taong gulang.

Para mag-rehistro, humingi ng registration form sa registration center at magdala ng mga sumusunod na dokumento:
  1. Orihinal AT kopya ng Certification of ALS Program Completion na ibinigay ng Learning Facilitator (para lang sa mga mag-aaral ng ALS)
  2. Orihinal AT kopya ng birth certificate (makukuha sa Philippine Statistics Authority [PSA] na dating National Statistics Office)
  3. Kung walang birth certificate mula sa PSA, maaaring ipasa ang isa sa mga sumusunod:
  1. Baptismal certificate
  2. Voter’s ID (may larawan at lagda)
  3. Valid passport
  4. Valid driver’s license
  5. Anumang legal na dokumentong nagsasaad ng pangalan, larawan, at pirma ng magpapa-rehistro (halimbawa: NBI clearance, barangay certificatecertification na mula sa barangay chairman o learning facilitator)
  1. Dalawang (2) kopya ng magkaparehong 1x1 ID picture (puting background at may name tag)

Siguraduhing kumpleto ang form at ang mga ipinasang dokumento para iwas aberya. Dapat ay ang mismong aplikante ang magkukumpleto ng form at magpapasa nito sa Registration Committee.

Pinapaalala rin ng DepEd na walang anumang dapat bayaran sa pagpapa-rehistro man o sa pagkuha ng eksam at certificate of rating. Bukas din ang mga registration center kahit Sabado at Linggo upang tumanggap ng mga aplikante. Para sa karagadagang tanong o paglilinaw, maaaring makipag-ugnayan sa inyong mga SDO o DO, o kaya’y tumawag sa DepEd-Bureau of Education Assessment (BEA) sa mga numerong (02) 631-2588, (02) 631-2589 at (02) 631-2571.
Source: Deped Press Release
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