Hundreds of thousands of young professionals, graduates or undergraduates from college level settled at this type of company because of the attractive compensation that they are offering. We need to fix this problem. I'm not sure if dividing paragraphs into sections is necessary since it's a short piece. Compared to other Asian countries, the Philippine education system differs in a number of ways. This issue arises at the tertiary level and causes a large group of unemployed and underemployed. They choose to work because they witness the poverty in their own family for which they feel the responsibility to help.
With information like this, it seems like the Philippines is the black sheep of education in Southeast Asia. Our school system is pretty much stuck in the 1960s or something. Job hiring, nowadays, is highly competitive among fresh graduates. This is mostly due to the fact that they have a high regard for education, have access to the best research facilities and have rich intellectual culture. In the Philippines, I often hear harsh criticism against the politics of globalization. What are the ramifications of education not being given a spotlight in politics? However, even with this curriculum, there is still a decline in the quality of education.
Foundation implies that a set of rules have been made and is probably not the proper word to use. The poor are not only deprived of things like food, water, housing, and education that make up the typical guidelines of life, but they are deprived of luxuries. Out-of-school-youth is increasing every year as the population increases. This just shows how Filipinos value the importance of education. Liberal education is intended to form a holistic individual equipped with communication, critical thinking, mathematical, creative, inter-personal and intra-personal skills. This is changing and in the year 2017 or 2018 there are new rules stating a child must receive 12 years of schooling as opposed to 10 years. To a certain extent, the Philippine educational system conditions its students to be skillful in arithmetic and computer literacy, fluent in foreign languages specifically English and Nihonggo , and docile in order to serve as workers of the transnational businesses of the advanced, capitalist countries.
Many factors cause this higher unemployment rate and those related to education are on the top of the list. The wealthy can easily send their offspring to private schools, many of which offer first-class education to the privileged class of pupils. It is the greatest modern form of slavery that humanity is suffering from. Filipinos can now be easily captive by them, in a way that the Filipino will only remember their good contribution, not the true rationale behind it. Meaning there is no assurance that these colleges abide by the standards set by the accrediting bodies in order to ensure the production of competitive graduates. Nevertheless, the new curriculum has its wonderful intention to enhance the Education Sector of the Philippines. The depth of field for politics.
Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. This second alternative presupposes a systematic population policy, aimed at reducing the number of births considerably. Brain drain Apart from the much debated political, social and psychological aspects, this ongoing mass emigration constitutes an unparalleled brain drain with serious economic implications. The Philippine education system is closely related to the American system of formal education while other Asian countries are influenced by the English, French or Dutch system. We were given a set of books but not everyone gets each book and so in some activities we have to share a book. The biggest of these changes was the commercialization of education.
A lot of problems in the education sector in Indonesia arise from its inadequacy of budget. Not only does is this harmfully affect their environment, but also their health. These defects have been mostly rampant among children of distressed families. Instead of uniting our people it created an elite class of English-speaking pro-American leaders from select families that traditionally ruled over the country. The rapid and unsystematic expansion of the system of education in the Philippines has created interlocking problems. The way it is taught varies around the world, and although some may claim they have the best education system, they may not be always right. The importance of education must be ingrained into the mind of a child at a very young age.
Lastly, Napoleon set up a system of laws, known as the Napoleonic Code. All of this unfair treatment combined made the Filipinos revolt against their harsh ruling system. The law also dictates how many days and years a child spends in school, with it currently being 12 years with 200 days per year in school. The price of quality education in our country has remarkably increased that it prevents a lot of Filipinos from availing it. The risk of over-crowding along rivers and the narrowing of our floodway system, the garbage pollution they contribute everyday lead to disease outbreak like dengue, flooding, and casualties during typhoons and heavy rains.
In this situation, logically, there exist only two strategic alternatives: either, one increases the resources, which is easier said than done considering the dramatic state of public finances, or one reduces the number of students. A great deal of institutes uses tablets as a replacement for books—now they could hold 5 books and several notebooks in one piece of technology, not only that, but they could possibly do multiple activities with this such as writing reminders, playing educational games, and it could also be a way to communicate with fellow students and teachers. This is probably because it means any exams happen at the same time across the country. I was impressed by the inputs from Representative Edmundo O. Even when children have a stable home there are other family life factors that can affect their progress at school. What was emphasized more in the Canadian education system is critical thinking and application - the ability to form a thought and a solution followed by effective application. Indonesian Corruption Watch claims there are very few schools in the country that are clean of graft, bribery or embezzlement — with 40 percent of their budget siphoned off before it reaches the classroom.