Colossal challenge that will never end…

From today’s issue of the Philipine Daily Inquirer.

Education Secretary Jesli Lapus Monday said that the Department of Education (DepEd) was aware of the problem and was “squarely addressing the situation.”

AT WALANG KADUDADUDANG GUMAGAWA RIN NG PARAAN ANG DEPED-PASAY UPANG MASOLUSYONAN NG KAKULANGAN NG GURO SA MGA SILID ARALAN NG AMING PAARALAN.

4 Comments

  1. I wish that someday, we will not have to worry that our children will not be able to study. I hope for the time that there will be free education enough for every child in the Philippines.

    I pray for more teachers to educate innocent minds. It’s not an easy job but it’s the noblest.

  2. One star is enough to wish upon, but this star is yet to be born.

    There will always be teachers to teach our children. One for every 60.

    God surely answers our prayers. But the classic Pinoy saying “nasa Diyos ang awa, nasa tao ang gawa” should apply to this scenario. Ano nga ba ang ginagawa ng mga tao?

  3. Teaching is a vocation and I believe this is just a fluke—or not. baka kako this is another exodus kasi mas malaki kita sa iabang bansa. kasalanan naman yan nung mga nasa gobyerno eh.. ayoko na mag litanya at sasama lang ang araw ko kay gloria LOL

  4. Ang exodus ng mga teachers ay hindi matatapos for economic reason. Ang mga batang hindi nakakapag-aral ay isang malungkot na pangyayari pero ito ay problemang napahirap lutasin.

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