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  • Across the years our educational system has been rocked by controversies which have remained unabated up to this day. Amidst the welter of issues, two of them have managed to stand out in importance: quality and relevance. The major difficulty ...

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  • Many critics have pointed out that there is too much politics in the Filipino brand of politics. The Filipinos love politics so much that every political gathering, especially if done during elections, becomes a festive occasion, a carnival of sort ...

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  • Health Appraisal

    This refers to a series of procedures to assess or determine the health status of the students through the use of teacher's observations, screening tests, health histories or inventories, medical and dental inspections and psychological tests. They are ...

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  • Dance as an art is one of the durable strands interwoven into our life as a people to form the fabric of culture. Dance has existed since man came into being. It is through dance movements that people can communicate ...

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  • The Philippine Economy and Its Contemporary Problems and Issues

    The Philippines, like many nations of the world, is a mixed economy. While it manifests capitalist market economy in its cities and more advanced municipalities and a command economy most especially ...

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  • Infancy, or the period of the newborn, is, according to standard dictionaries, the beginning or the early period of existence as an individual rather than as a parasite in the mother’s body. Dictionaries also define an infant as a child ...

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  • Studies and observations of Filipino beliefs and practices give the following general Filipino values:

    1. Bahala na. This fatalistic outlook can be viewed in two ways. First, as a kind of fatalistic resignation which represents withdrawal from engagement or crisis or ...

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  • Structure and Governance of the Philippine Educational System

    The Philippine educational system is an organized bureaucracy which provides formal and non-formal education. The three academic levels of formal schooling are the elementary or primary, secondary and tertiary.

    The first level ...

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  • No 1. Filipinos place a very high regard for and value on society where there is much poverty and where members of narrow affluent classes are associated with a good education; education is thought to be a possible ladder for ...

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  • Physical fitness implies not only the acquisition of physical skills but it also the condition that helps a person look better, think better, digest better, enjoy more, feel better and more confident, too. It is a quality of life. A ...

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