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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Sec. Diokno, whiteboard na daw ang gamit ng teachers kaya wala nang dahilan para itaas ang chalk allowance

Sec. Diokno, whiteboard na daw ang gamit ng teachers kaya wala nang dahilan para itaas ang chalk allowance

Sec. Diokno, whiteboard na daw ang gamit ng teachers kaya wala nang dahilan para itaas ang chalk allowance



Agree ba mga Mam at Sir?
Ayon kay Sec. Diokno, whiteboard na daw ang gamit ng teachers kaya wala nang dahilan para itaas ang chalk allowance.

Panoorin ang pahayag ni Sec. Diokno:

Mali na naman!

Unang punto, walang batayan si Sec. Diokno sa pahayag niyang whiteboard na ang gamit ng mga guro. Halos lahat ng paaralan ng DepEd sa buong Pilipinas ay gumagamit pa rin ng black board at chalk.

Pangalawang punto, mas lalong dapat taasan ang chalk allowance / teaching materials allowance para mapaunlad ng mga guro ang kanilang kagamitan sa paaralan.

Patunay lamang na ang ating butihing Sec. Diokno ay walang alam sa tunay na nagaganap sa mga paaralan. Kung lalabas lamang siya sa kanyang air conditioned na opisina at pumunta sa mga paaralan, malalaman niyang kulang na kulang ang P2,500 para tugunan lahat ng pangangailangan sa classroom. Kailangang ipatupad ang P5,000 teaching supplies/ chalk allowance para hindi na bumunot sa sariling bulsa ang mga guro!

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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Public school teachers not underpaid, says Briones

Public school teachers not underpaid, says Briones

Public school teachers not underpaid, says Briones


Public school teachers are neither underappreciated nor underpaid.

The perception is far from reality and is “rapidly disappearing,” according to Education Secretary Leonor Briones.

Allowances, paid leaves

Teachers have a monthly salary of P19,000 to P43,000, depending on their level.

The amount is apart from the allowances, as well as performance, midyear and year-end bonuses.

Unlike nurses, policemen and soldiers, teachers enjoy a two-month paid leave during the summer vacation.

Continuing migration

Briones’ defense of the government pay of teachers was a response to a commentary that little attention was given to teachers who had been unaccounted for since Islamic State-inspired terrorists from the Maute group laid siege to Marawi City on May 23.

According to her, the challenge facing the Department of Education now was not the pay of teachers but the continuing migration of private school teachers to the public school system.

“One wonders why is there migration if their pay is measly and inadequate,” she said.

On the reported 175 missing teachers in Marawi, Marjuni Maddi, assistant secretary for academics of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, said authorities were actively trying to track them down.


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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Mga ahensyang hindi makakabuo ng FOI manual, hindi makatatanggap ng performance bonus

Mga ahensyang hindi makakabuo ng FOI manual, hindi makatatanggap ng performance bonus

Mga ahensyang hindi makakabuo ng FOI manual, hindi makatatanggap ng performance bonus


Manila, Philippines – October 1 ang ibinigay na deadline ng Presidential Communication Operations Office o PCOO sa lahat ng government agencies para makabuo ng kani-kanilang Freedom Of Information o FOI manual.

Ang nabanggit na manual ay dapat i-post sa website ng bawat ahensya ng pamahalaan.

Ayon kay PCOO Assistant Secretary for Policy and Legislative Affairs Kris Ablan ang FOI manual ay pre-requisite para i-release ng Department of Budget Management ang nakalaang pondo para sa performance bonus ng kada ahensya.

Sabi ni Ablan, naipaliwanag namang mabuti sa government agency na “No FOI, No Performance Bonus Policy.”

Ayon kay Ablan, ngayon ay nasa 68 percent ang compliance rate ng mga national government agencies, habang nasa 25 porsiyento pa lamang sa mga government owned and controlled corporations ang nakakatugon sa FOI requirement.

Apat naman na state university and colleges pa lang ang nakakapag sumite ng kanilang FOI manual.

Habang 100 percent o lahat ng 22 department offices ay nakatugon na sa nasabing requirement ng DBM.

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DepEd Action Plan Materials and Samples

DepEd Action Plan Materials and Samples

DepEd Action Plan Materials and Samples

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Update on CPD Implementation June 20, 2017

Update on CPD Implementation June 20, 2017

Update on CPD Implementation June 20, 2017


Update on CPD Implementation 
June 20, 2017

As agreed during the March 31 dialogue between ACT and PRC, the Board of Professional Teachers issued the Operational Guidelines of CPD Law for Teachers indicating that PRC is moving the implementation of CPD Law for teachers to December 2017 and not June 2017.

Teachers renewing their PRC IDs up to Nov 2017 shall not be required any CPD Credit Units. Detailed update will be posted within the week.


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Update on the release of 2,500 Chalk Allowance/Teaching Materials Allowance

Update on the release of 2,500 Chalk Allowance/Teaching Materials Allowance

Update on the release of 2,500 Chalk Allowance/Teaching Materials Allowance


Update on the release of 2,500 Chalk Allowance/Teaching Materials Allowance
June 20, 2017

As per the conversation between ACT Secretary-General Raymond Basilio and Director Cristina Clasara of Budget and Management Bureau-Bureau of the Department of Budget and Management, it was clarified that:
1. The release of funds in the Regions/Divisions/Implementing Units is done comprehensively. Disbursement is done through the monthly requests submitted by the Finance Officers of the Region/IU.

2. Release of funds could be sourced from the available cash of the Division/IU concerned or through the requests submitted to DBM.

3. DBM approves allocation based on the request/monthly disbursement submitted by the Finance Officer.

4. The problem is with the monthly disbursement submitted by the Finance Officer to DBM. DBM approves the request as it is, they are only looking at the total of the amount if it is still within the approved allocation. Therefore, if the Finance Officer of the Division/Region/IU requested only the 1,500 then DBM will only release 1,500 as requested.

5. In cases where the Division/IU sourced out the allowance from their available funds (MOOE), it is the Finance Officer who created the disbursement also.

To resolve the matter, Director Clasara will communicate and issue a memorandum to all Regional Directors of DBM to rectify the error in the release of the 2,500.00 Chalk Allowance. Those who received only 1,500.00 will receive the additional 1,000.00 accordingly.

DBM promised to give ACT an update on this within the week. 

ACT also sent a letter to DepED Central Office on this. The letter was forwarded to the Usec. Jesus Mateo, Undersecretary for Regional Operations for investigation and proper actions.

Source: ACT

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Monday, June 19, 2017

Dekada na ang ARTA: Sa Matapat, Mahusay at May Malasakit na Serbisyo Publiko, Bayan ang Panalo

Dekada na ang ARTA: Sa Matapat, Mahusay at May Malasakit na Serbisyo Publiko, Bayan ang Panalo

Dekada na ang ARTA: Sa Matapat, Mahusay at May Malasakit na Serbisyo Publiko, Bayan ang Panalo




Theme: Dekada na ang ARTA: Sa Matapat, Mahusay at May Malasakit na Serbisyo Publiko, Bayan ang Panalo

As stated in Article II, Section 27 of the 1987 Constitution, the State shall maintain honesty and integrity in the public service and shall take positive and effective measures against graft and corruption. This was the basis of Republic Act No. 9485, otherwise known as the Anti-Red Tape Act (ARTA) of 2007, signed into law on June 2, 2007.

The ARTA aims to promote efficiency and transparency in government with regard to the manner of transacting with the public. ARTA provided the impetus for the Civil Service Commission (CSC) to enjoin government agencies to implement service delivery improvements such as draw up and display the Citizen’s Charters, implement anti-fixer measures, and install public assistance desks.

In the ten years of its implementation, noticeable changes have been observed in the overall quality of government frontline services. ARTA has reversed the old service delivery model that puts primacy on the role of the agency. Now, citizens are at the center through the creation of a landscape of openness, customer feedback and third-party assessment toward improving the public’s experience with government services.

Service excellence is also becoming the norm as access to public service information was expanded through the Citizen’s Charter, and the Contact Center ng Bayan. Citizen participation was maximized by translating feedback collected through the Report Card Survey (RCS) into information for government agencies’ service improvement. Citizens can exact accountability as RCS data determines whether a government office gets technical assistance through the Service Delivery Excellence Initiative and disciplinary action for poor performance, or reward through the Citizen’s Satisfaction Center Seal of Excellence Award, a performance incentive for exemplary public frontline service delivery.

To celebrate the gains of ARTA and solicit inputs from partners and stakeholders on its continued implementation, all government agencies are enjoined to be part of the Dekada na ang ARTA celebration which the CSC will spearhead.

The following activities are to be undertaken at the national, regional, and local levels. Government agencies have the option to do their own version of the activities and contests:

Dates
Activity
Description
June to December 2017
Dekada na ang ARTA Video
A video-tribute on the 10th year of ARTA from CSC Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala is available for download in the CSC’s website (www.csc.gov.ph).
June 12 to September 2017
#MakuhaKaSaARTA Photography Contest*
The “#MakuhaKaSaARTA photography contest aims to capture excellent public service (physical setup, frontliners, or clients) through photography.
The contest mechanics is posted at www.csc.gov.ph.
June 12 to December 31, 2017
Display of the Dekada na ang ARTA Streamer in all government offices**
The Dekada na ang ARTA streamer may now be downloaded in the CSC’s website.
June to September 2017
Presentation of Agency Performance
CSC shall present to the agency heads their performance and compliance with CSC’s human resource (HR) programs.
June 11-12, 2017
Launch of Dekada na ang ARTA during the June 12 Independence Day Celebration
An exhibit and information booth on the Dekada na ang ARTA celebration will be on display at the Rizal Park from June 11 to 12. Other activities will be organized as part of the efforts to raise awareness on the relevance of ARTA.
July 4-6, 2017
Dekada na ang ARTA at the 5th Public Sector Human Resource Symposium
The ARTA Caravan is one of the highlights of the 5th HR Symposium.   Participants can avail of frontline services from participating government agencies.
For further queries and concerns, your office may get in touch with the CSC’s Public Assistance and Information Office at telephone nos. (02) 9314180 and 9317993 or email csc.pmrd@gmail.com. Visit www.csc.gov.ph for updates and announcements.


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PowerPoint ICT Lesson Computer Parts & Its Functions

PowerPoint ICT Lesson Computer Parts & Its Functions

PowerPoint ICT Lesson Computer Parts & Its Functions


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Technical Working Group on the Financial Literacy Program in Basic Education

Technical Working Group on the Financial Literacy Program in Basic Education

Technical Working Group on the Financial Literacy Program in Basic Education



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Maiikling Kwento Para sa Unang Baitang Instructional Materials

Maiikling Kwento Para sa Unang Baitang Instructional Materials

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Sunday, June 18, 2017

MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang Palace has declared June 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 29 2017 as special non-working holiday in selected areas for the celebration of important events

MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang Palace has declared June 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 29 2017 as special non-working holiday in selected areas for the celebration of important events

MANILA, Philippines – Malacañang Palace has declared June 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 29 2017 as special non-working holiday in selected areas for the celebration of important events


Executive Secretary Salvador C. Medialdea, through the authority of President Rodrigo Duterte signed proclamations Nos. 208, 211, 213-215, 218-220, 222-229, declaring special non-working day in the city of Manila; Laurel, Batangas; Ifugao; Maasim, Sarangani; Rosario, Agusan del Sur; Tabaco, Albay; Dagupan City; Batac, Ilocos Norte; Laguna province; Calamba, Laguna; Lipa City, Koronadal City, South Cotabato; Laoag City, Ilocos Norte; Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur; Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur and Tadag City, Surigao del Sur.Proclamation No. 208: 446th Foundation Day of the city of Manila on Saturday, June 24.
  • Proclamation No. 211: Foundation Anniversary of Laurel, Batangas on Wednesday, June 21.
  • Proclamation No. 213: Foundation Day celebration in the province of Ifugao on Monday, June 19.
  • Proclamation No. 214: 48th Founding Anniversary and 9th Kestebeng Festival in Maasim, Sarangani on Wednesday, June 21.
  • Proclamation No. 215: Celebration of Yagi-Yagi Festival of Native Cultural Heritage in Rosario, Agusan del Sur on Wednesday, June 21.
  • Proclamation No. 218: Tabak Festival celebration in Tabaco, Albay on Saturday, June 24.
  • Proclamation No. 219: Celebration of 70th Charter Anniversary of the City of Dagupan on Tuesday, June 20.
  • Proclamation No. 220: Celebration of 10th Charter Day of the City of Batac, Ilocos Norte on Friday, June 23.

  • Proclamation No. 222: 156th birth anniversary of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, Philippine national hero. Special non-working holiday declared in the province of Laguna on Monday, June 19.
  • Proclamation No. 223: Celebration of 156th birth anniversary of Dr. Jose Rizal and the culmination of Buhayani Festival (Buhay ng Bayani, Buhay na Bayani), a festival in honor of the life and works of Rizal and the life of everyday heroes.
  • Proclamation No. 224: Celebration of 70th Founding Anniversary of the city of Lipa (Batangas) on Tuesday, June 20.
  • Proclamation No. 225: Tree Growing Festival in the City of Koronadal, South Cotabato on Thursday, June 29.
  • Proclamation No. 226: Charter Day celebration in the city of Laoag, Ilocos Norte on Monday, June 19.
  • Proclamation No. 227: 10th Charter Day celebration of Bayugan City, Agusan del Sur on Wednesday, June 21.

  • Proclamation No. 228: 48th Charter Day celebration of Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur on Thursday, June 22.

  • Proclamation No. 229: Charter Day celebration in Tandag City, Surigao del Sur on Friday, June 23.

Malacañang Palace said that it is proper that the people on the said areas be given full opportunity to celebrate and participate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies.
As defined in the Administrative Code of 1987, Book III, Chapter 2, Section 4, Proclamations are “acts of the President fixing a date or declaring a status or condition of public moment or interest, upon the existence of which the operation of a specific law or regulation is made to depend, shall be promulgated in proclamations which shall have the force of an executive order.”

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Suggested Reflection Statement to be Used on DLP & DLL

Suggested Reflection Statement to be Used on DLP & DLL

Suggested Reflection Statement to be Used on DLPs & DLLs


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Friday, June 16, 2017

Increase salaries of teachers and other government workers, Duterte urged

Increase salaries of teachers and other government workers, Duterte urged

Increase salaries of teachers and other government workers, Duterte urged


ACT Teachers Representatives Antonio Tinio and France Castro urged the Duterte administration to increase the salaries of teachers and other government workers, as they joined the teachers’ mobilization at the Department of Budget and Management Friday.

“Today, we support the just and resounding call of teachers and non-teaching personnel, as well as the rest of those making up the bureaucracy, for salaries that can afford them decent lives,” Castro said. “We are bothered that, even after nearly a year, we do not see the same support from the Duterte administration.”

Castro noted that President Duterte’s Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022 is silent as to salary increases for government personnel, majority of whom are teachers and non-teaching staff.

“We call on President Duterte to issue an unequivocal support for this just demand,” said Tinio. “Since his budget chief Benjamin Diokno expressed an aversion to this demand, President Duterte himself should place as a top priority legislated salary increases greater than the one started by Aquino through his Executive Order 201.”

The solons last year scored Diokno for saying, during the 2017 budget deliberations, that salary increases for public school teachers is “too ambitious.”

“Merely continuing EO 201 is not enough as it gives loose change only for our teachers and other rank-and-file personnel while giving large increases for executives and high ranking officials. We reiterate our demand for P25,000 for Teacher 1 and P16,000 for our personnel,” Castro said. “Our teachers and personnel in the education sector are our front liners and do more than teach our children their school lessons. With today’s rising prices of basic goods and services, they need more than what we are giving them now.”

The demand for P16,000 monthly minimum salary is also the call of other government employees.

“We call on all teachers and government workers to unite and fight for their right for sufficient salaries and benefits in the coming State of the Nation Address of President Duterte. Let us also make them hear our demands in the coming 2018 budget proposal,” Tinio said. “As for President Duterte, we challenge him to prove to our teachers that his promises for salary increases will not stay as a campaign promise.”

Source: ACT

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High Resolution Ready Tarp Signages for School

High Resolution Ready Tarp Signages for School

High Resolution Ready Tarp Signages for School


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Grade 6 K-12 First Semester Pre-Tests All Subjects

Grade 6 K-12 First Semester Pre-Tests All Subjects

Grade 6 K-12 First Semester Pre-Tests All Subjects  


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Thursday, June 15, 2017

BDO asks depositors to report alleged ATM fraud

BDO asks depositors to report alleged ATM fraud

BDO asks depositors to report alleged ATM fraud


MANILA - BDO Unibank, the country's largest lender, said Friday it received reports of alleged ATM fraud and urged depositors who think they were affected to have their cases investigated by the bank.

Social media posts circulated this week purportedly showed how some depositors lost money due to "skimming" or copying of account details through hijacked ATM machines.

"BDO has obtained reports of potentially compromised ATM following reported losses from cardholders," the bank said in a statement.

"Customers with unauthorized transactions may reach out to the bank via formal channels so that their cases may be properly investigated and, where confirmed as impacted, may be reimbursed," it said.

The bank owned by the country's richest man, Henry Sy, said "all efforts" were being made to keep accounts safe.

The ATM fraud reports came a week after Bank of the Philippine Islands' electronic services were paralyzed for 2 days due to what it said was an "internal" glitch.

Source: ABS-CBN News

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