Rappler's latest stories on general education curriculum
Let us be reminded that Filipino is not the only language of Filipinos. We are a multilingual people. This is what makes Filipinos special, for which we should be proud.
The Supreme Court's decision is a victory for flexibility and diversity. Finally, we can move beyond the cumbersome, overly prescriptive policies of the past.
Bakit ganito ako kaseryoso ngayon? Dahil sa ruling ng Supreme Court na mag-aalis ng Filipino at Panitikan bilang core subjects sa kolehiyo. Hindi masusukat ang pinsalang magagawa nito sa mga darating na henerasyon.
The Supreme Court defends the exclusion as making sure there is no duplication of subjects, since Filipino is already taught in elementary and high school
Critics call the proposed shift a reduction of units while supporters say this is the university s way of responding to its 21st century learners
The Commission on Higher Education says it will provide incentives to schools that will use Filipino in general education courses
Take a look at some of the main Filipino language policies currently in place that aid government institutions to uphold and propagate the national language
The Commission will also propose to Congress a stabilization fund that will cover the cost of maintaining faculty and the cost of lost of enrollment in colleges due to K to 12
The new General Education curriculum is an opportunity for teachers to work together to draft courses that will make the future generation of students proud But school administrators have lagged behind