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The Philippines is the only country in the world that sets aside an entire month to honor its teachers. This is testament to the importance given by the government to educators, Malacanang said as the nation celebrates National Teachers Month this October. Secretary of Education Armin Luistro urged Filipinos to show their appreciation to their past or present teachers by writing, texting, or tweeting...
By INA HERNANDO-MALIPOT
If needed, a group of public school teachers said yesterday that they will go on a “mass leave” after the government announced that there would be no allocation for salary increase in the 2014 budget of the Department of Education (DepEd).
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By MADEL S. NAMIT
Malacañang said yesterday that calls for the increase in the salaries of government workers need to be studied further.
ACT Teachers party-list Rep. Antonio Tinio lamented the non-increase in the salaries of government workers next year, noting that lawmakers would get P27 million in pork barrel funds in the 2014 P2.268-trillion national budget.
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Manila, Philippines – The Quezon City has set aside at least P1.85 billion to fund the fourth and final tranche of the salary standardization scheme for government workers.
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Manila, Philippines – The Quezon City government has set aside at least P1.85 billion to implement the fourth and final tranche of the salary standardization scheme for its workers.
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Manila, Philippines – Bells in most public schools nationwide simultaneously rang yesterday as teachers called on the government to respect their rights “insure a reasonable standard of life for themselves and their families” by upgrading their salary.
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