Lawmaker Pushes Additional Cash Assistance for Non-Teaching Personnel in DepEd
Parañaque City’s Second District Representative, Gus Tambunting, has taken a big step to help the education sector. He’s introduced a new law, House Bill 8595, which aims to give more financial help to non-teaching staff in the Department of Education (DepEd) all over the country.
This move is really important right now because these non-teaching workers aren’t getting enough money each year. Tambunting’s bill is trying to fix this problem. It’s a response to tough issues like rising prices and the cost of living, which are making life hard for non-teaching staff in public schools.
Rep. Tambunting explained that this bill is meant to ease the financial burden on these workers and to show that their hard work in schools is really valued.
The bill doesn’t just recognize the money problems these workers face; it also wants to make them happier in their jobs. By giving them enough financial support, the bill hopes to make their lives better and keep them motivated.
It covers all non-teaching staff in public schools under DepEd, but they need to have worked for a certain amount of time to get this help. This makes sure that those who’ve spent a lot of their career helping in education are properly rewarded.
Introducing House Bill 8595 is a key move by Rep. Tambunting to improve the lives of non-teaching staff in education. It shows a big commitment to helping educational workers during tough economic times.
Stay with HelplinePH for more updates on House Bill 8595 and what it means for non-teaching staff in the Department of Education.