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K To 12 And Its Implications In The Philippines

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K to 12: Susi sa Mas Mabuting Edukasyon

Taong 2011, isang mahalagang yugto ang naganap sa edukasyon ng Pilipinas. Pinakilala ang bagong kurikulum: ang K to 12. Mula sa dating 10 taong pag-aaral, magkakaroon na ng taon para sa Kinder at 12 pang karagdagang taon, anim na taon ng Primary Education, apat na taon ng Junior High School at dalawang taon ng Senior High School.
Nararapat na ang pagsasabatas nito sapagkat nahuhuli na ang bansa sa “International Education Standards”, mas mapapadali ang pagtratrabaho sa ibang bansa ng mga Pilipino, dahil magiging “professionals” agad sila abroad. Mas mapaghahanda rin nito ang mga nakapagtapos na sa mundo ng pagtratrabaho. Mahalagang maging sapilitan na rin ang Kinder, ‘pagkat sa mga edad na ito nagiging ganap ang pag-iisip ng mga mag-aaral, at napatunayan ding marami sa mga batang nakapag-Kinder ang nakapagtatapos ng pag-aaral. Higit sa lahat, madaragdagan ang “International Competitiveness” ng ...view middle of the document...

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Pilipinas, Dagsain ng Turista Pati ng Kalamidad

Perlas ng silanganan, sa malayong silangan, parte ng Timog Silangang Asya. Biniyayaan ng kagandang mga likas na yaman, bulkang Mayon, Chocolate Hills atbp., kaya dinadagsa ng maraming turista. Dinadagsa rin ito pati ng mga kalamidad, baha, bagyo, lindol, landslide at kung ano pa. PILIPINAS!!!
Hay, “‘tis the season” na naman, puro mga bagyo sa parteng ito ng taon, malakas na pag-ulan at ihip ng hangin ‘tas wala pang pasok, ‘la namang kuryente, nyek din. Nagkakaroon pa ng paminsan-minsang mahina’t malakas na paglindol. Ayayay, “one of the most dangerous place to live” na nga ata ang bansa natin.
Pero, ‘bat ganon dito sa bansa sunud-sunod ang mga bagyo, alphabetical pa nga, tapos yung mga lindol nakakatakot pa, dahil daw sa HAARP na tinatawag, nagweweather and disaster manipulation. Pero sa totoo, ang lapit kasi ng Pilipinas sa karagatang Pasipiko, na kadalasang pinagmumulan ng mga bagyo at malapit rin tayo sa Pacific Ring of Fire, na maraming bulkang nakapalibot. Halos masanay na tayo sa gan’to nating nararanasan, pero ayun ‘di pa rin tayo nadadala. Patuloy pa ‘rin ang pagpuputol at pagkakalbo sa mga kagubutan, pagquaquarry sa mga gilid ng bundok, pag-abuso sa kalikasan, pagkakalat kung saan-saan, atbp.
Kaya naman pala, tuwing may bagyo, ayun, imbis na may nasipsip sa mga sobrang tubig, ay ayun wala na naging upuan na, tuwing nabaha din may kasama ring mga basura, isinauli ng kalikasan kung saan-saan mo kasi itinatapon, at tuwing may malakas na lindol at baha, ‘di maiwasan ang pagkakaroon ng nakamamatay na landslide, wala na kasi ang mga dating punong humahawak sa lupa, na-quarry na din ang mga dating luntiang gilid ng bundok.
Ngunit, huli na ba ang lahat? Wag na nating hintayin pa, bawat isa ay may magagawa, ang maliit na balat ng kendi ay maaari pang itabi sa ating mga bulsa, para mamaya ay itapon ng ayos, kasanayan na rin ang Proper Waste Segragation, ang nabubulok ay sa nabubulok, ang di- nabubulok ay sa di-nabubulok, lumahok rin tayo sa mga “Clean and Green” na proyekto sa ating komunidad. Ngunit, hindi lamang iyan marami ka pang maaaring gawin para makatulong.

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