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K-12 in the Philippines

Louise Flame
Jun 14, 2012
1 votes
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I agree having K-12 in the Philippines.

Jodie Maxine Tanco
Jun 18, 2012
0 convinced
The K-12 system gives more education to the people and make the Filipinos look more credible. This would certainly help the Filipinos find more jobs as their employers would be more impressed with their qualifications. It would be easier to look for more jobs and work. Therefore, the K-12 system may actually lower the unemployment rate in the Philippines and help increase income for families.

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Nope, no to K-12.

Francine Cang
Jun 18, 2012
2 convinced
The Philippine government is still having a tough time trying to fully attend to the needs of each and every public school in the country. Dilapidated classrooms, lack of school supplies, ungiven salaries: these are only few of the problems they still face today.

Because of these, I believe the Philippines is not ready for the K-12 system. An extra two years for Senior High will mean more classrooms, more teachers, and more money. If the Philippines cannot handle the educational system now, how much more for the K-12?


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