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Eclar said the Department of Public Works and Highways DPWH , which is tasked to construct the additional classrooms, did not consider the cost of construction in the region although it has been making cost adjustments for the region. Included in the project cost is the cost of transportation, materials and soil testing analysis Eclar also admitted the lack of teachers, saying there is only one teacher for every 91 senior high students. DepEd is looking into the possibility of having a partnership with the Commission on Higher Education CHED in the region to tap graduates with specialized knowledge. SunStar website welcomes friendly debate, but comments posted on this site do not necessarily reflect the views of the SunStar management and its affiliates. SunStar reserves the right to delete, reproduce or modify comments posted here without notice. Posts that are inappropriate will automatically be deleted.
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By Perla Lena November 13, , pm. Photo by Perla Lena. It also extended technical support for the formulation of the strategy known as the Three Star Approach. Implementers of the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene WASH in Schools program are in this city for the three-day national learning exchange that runs until this November Gemma M. In Western Visayas, she said the goal is clear, which is to provide water, sanitation and hygiene facilities that include health education and deworming. It is really proven that handwashing is a key to healthy body.
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MANILA, Philippines — Public school teachers will continue to face the same problems of low salary and unbearable workload as a new school year opens next week, according to various teacher organizations. Presenting data gathered from its members across the country, ACT said there are still schools that face old problems like the lack of classrooms and teachers, resulting in overcrowded classes. ACT secretary-general Raymond Basilio also noted the supposed lack of non-teaching personnel in some public schools that result in teachers having to take over additional work such as being clerks and custodians. He also cited the failure of the DepEd to deliver millions of instructional materials, requiring teachers to look for their own sources to use in the classrooms. Education Undersecretary Jesus Mateo said reports of problems such as lack of classrooms and other facilities are isolated to only a handful of schools in different parts of the country.