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ARTICLE XIV OF THE PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION (AN ANALYSIS) The State must provide quality education for all and does everything to reach out the farthest community to educate each citizen of the country for free as much as possible. Provision for formal and informal education in all kinds of citizen must be offered to respond to the needs of each individual and the society. All educational institutions public, private, sectarian or non-sectarian must include the study of constitutions and religion to promote nationalism, patriotism and inculcate values. Teaching and non-teaching personnel have their own role to be educator on their own way. Everybody is free to choose the course to be taken up in college as long as it is within its ability and capacity.
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The program of GMA which is “Biyaheng Totoo” last December 2009, shown the ten poorest places here in the Philippines and these are the rural places which are the farthest communities. It seems that these places are not known anymore by the government because they even do not know what is happening to the city because of lack of electricity to be updated to what is happening around them; no school or if there is, two or more hours are needed to reach it through walking. How can they still think to be educated if the basic food they need is also a problem. In other countries especially in Japan, Great Britain and Russia, the state is the one responsible for the education of the students unlike here in the Philippines, although they claim that education is free but it’s not. They provide very low budget for education and after that leave the responsibility to each school to support their program which they call decentralization. Yes, it’s true that every employee in the school is considered educator but still, self and spiritual growth must be within each individual to be a good educator to every student inside the classroom. Everybody is free to choose any course as long as it’s within their capacity but it is not controlled by the government because the state is not strict to the policy of colleges and universities. It is very easy to get a license to put up a school. The government is very lax on the criteria to meet before building up an educational institution. The outcome of the students predicts the condition of the country in the future. I think it’s better if the national test like National College Achievement Examination (NCAE) will be used to identify the students who are capable to a certain course to take in college. The Philippine commitment to EFA global movement was translated into Philippine National Plan of Action to Achieve Education for All By Year 2015. The country’s National Plan of Action was approved by Social Development Committee composed of several government agencies in 2006.
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