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Benito Tumamao, regional ...
Benito Tumamao, regional director of the Department of Education (DepEd) in the Cordillera, said that the teachers who served as members of the board of election inspectors properly handled the conduct of the election despite the fact that there was shortage of teachers to man the voting precints.
Some 10,000 teachers were deployed by DepEd last Monday at various precincts in the different parts of the region.The ideal number of teachers assigned to compose the board of election inspectors is 15,000.Tumamao said that the agency tapped the services of civil-service employees to conduct the election and ensure honest, orderly and peaceful polls in the region.
These would be taught in Grades ...
These would be taught in Grades 4 to 6 in the elementary levels up to forth year in high school, without prejudice to public school teachers who might not be in favor of the autonomy bid, according to Benito Tumamao, regional director of DepEd Cordillera.
College students would be introduced to the regional autonomy through inclusions in the subjects Philippine Government and Constitution and Philippine History.
The MOU with DepEd-CAR's ...
The MOU with DepEd-CAR's Regional Director Benito Tumamao involved the donation of 130 units of computers and 30 14-inch TV sets, which the local education agency earlier requested.
The PMA signed a Deed of Donation, which states that the military academy will get 3 42-inch TV sets ans 30 personal computers.
"The computers and television sets will go to poor schools in the Cordillera," Tumamao
told reporters shortly after he
signed the MOU.
On August 6, Chungcheongbuk-do provincial ...
On August 6, Chungcheongbuk-do provincial education Governor Lee Kee Yong signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Cordillera Department of Education's Director Benito Tumamao for a donation of refurbished personal computers and television sets for poor schools in the Cordillera.
Northern Dispatch (nordis) Weekly » Blog Archive » NL At A Glance: May 22 to 29, 2011
DepEd Regional Director Benito Tumamao said that almost all the classrooms in the region which were damaged by the previous typhoons were already rehabilitated through the help of the local government units as well as the parents' associations and other stakeholders who are actively participating in the ongoing Brigada Eskwela.
likewise said that new chairs for the students have been delivered last March and April.
added that 250 additional teachers have been hired to be deployed in the different elementary and secondary schools of the region.
said only 18 teachers will be assigned in elementary schools because the vacancies were already filled up last year. #