Groups decry DepEd’s closure order of 55 Lumad schools
The Salugpongan School started as a literacy-numeracy school for the Talaingod Manobo children. Volunteer teachers were facilitated by the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines (RMP).
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT) on Monday responded on President Rodrigo Duterte’s pronouncement of 35 percent salary increase, saying it is “unsatisfactory” and will “not appease teachers’ growing restlessness” in their demand for a substantial pay hike.
Fresh from his visit in Russia, President Rodrigo Duterte said a 35 percent increase in teacher’s salary is on its way.
The provincial government of Misamis Oriental has maintained that the roads within the Provincial Capitol should not be subject for clearing as these are exempted from the order of Pres. Rodrigo Duterte.
A group of educators here has once again called on the Duterte administration to approve their proposed salary increase ahead of the observance of the National Teachers’ Day Friday (Oct. 4).
The Davao City Water District (DCWD) recently assured consumers it is keen to implement the Septage Treatment Plant (STP) in Davao City but could not push through with its execution due to the absence of Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the water district and the city government.
The Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Federation in Davao City passed a resolution on Tuesday, October 1, encouraging the barangay captains in the area to recognize and implement the mandatory 10% allocation for their respective SK councils.
A transport group expressed their firm stand against the modernization of the public transport system through a picket protest in support to a call for a nationwide transport strike on Monday, September 30.
The ongoing calls to reopen the lumad schools in Mindanao and Davao City got a boost as a member of the city council here openly declared her support to the said cause.