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PHILIPPINE SCHOOLS START IN CHAOS?

MANILA, Philippines -  The start of the school season has remained chaotic despite efforts by the Philippine government to meet the challenging demands of giving free education to a growing population of students in the kindergarten, primary, and secondary levels.
The Philippine government has already resolved classroom shortage in public schools’ first and secondary levels from 66,800 in 2010 to 32,900 this year. 
  • The construction of 19,500 more classrooms in one-storey story school buildings will be completed a month after the start of classes on Monday, education department’s Assistant Secretary Jesus Mateo said in an interview with ANC of ABS CBN.
  • “By 2013, we will be able to address shortages in classrooms,” Mateo said, adding that school lobby, library, or offices of the guidance counselor were already assigned as temporary classrooms, including several shifts of classes in several schools to accommodate a growing number of students.
  • Overcrowding of school rooms has remained due to the growing number of students beyond the expectation of the education department, Emmalyn Policarpio, secretary general of the Teachers Dignity Coalition, also told ANC.

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