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[ 20 Jul 2015 | No Comment ]

Cebu, Bohol teachers demand salary hike

“We demand that the Executive Department must prioritize the salary increase of the government employees. We challenge education workers to act in solidarity with other government employees to meet the indifference and intensify the struggle for decent pay,” Lim added.

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Read more at http://www.mb.com.ph/cebu-bohol-teachers-demand-salary-hike/#RAt4uTajoTK0LTHr.99
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[ 3 Jun 2015 | No Comment ]

“The cause-oriented Alliance of Concerned Teachers maintains that, contrary to the DepEd’s rosy picture, more than 112,000 classrooms and some 24 million textbooks and teachers’ manuals are still lacking. Reports gathered by the Inquirer yesterday appear to bolster this view. The Batasan Hills National High School, for instance, has only 127 classrooms for a student population of 12,921, which would result in a staggering situation of roughly 100 students crammed into a room. The school’s rudimentary solution for now? Partition some of the classrooms into two, leading to a more cramped, congested environment.”

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[ 13 May 2015 | No Comment ]

 

 

DAPAT MANAGOT—Sa kabila nang pag-iwas ng bagong COMELEC Chairman Andres Bautista na pag-usapan ang mga pagkukulang ng dating pamunuan sa naganap na automated election noong 2010 at 2013, iginiit ni ACT Teachers Party-List Rep. Antonio Tinio sa Committee on Suffrage and Electoral Reforms at sa harap ng commissioners ng COMELEC na dapat may managot sa naganap na “midnight deals” sa pagitan ng dating pamunuan ng COMELEC at SMARTMATIC.

Binigyang daan din ni Rep. Tinio sa komite ang kahalagan ng pagpapasa ng House Bill 5412 (Election Service Reform Bill) na kanyang inihain sa Kongreso upang gawing non-mandatory ang pagseserbisyo ng mga pampublikong guro tuwing eleksyon (Pagdinig ng Commitee on Suffrage kahapon, Ika-12 ng Mayo).

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[ 17 Mar 2015 | No Comment ]

PRESS STATEMENT

17 March 2015

Reference: ACT Teachers Rep. Antonio Tinio (09209220817)

ACT Teachers Rep. Antonio Tinio on President Aquino’s latest survey ratings

President Aquino is now a lame duck.

With the latest survey showing his lowest trust and approval ratings yet, President Aquino has now entered the lame duck phase of his term, prematurely ushered in by the Mamasapano incident and his stubborn refusal to take responsibility for the debacle.

Alongside the sharp decline in the President’s  popularity, we can expect the waning of his political influence, already evident in the increasing resistance in Congress to the passage of administration bills such as the BBL, as well as the defection from of the ruling coalition of erstwhile members and allies. #