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Philippine Daily Inquirer, June 03, 2015, Editorial: Sad School Realities

3 June 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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