Students oppose K-14 curriculum
VICE President-elect Sara Duterte-Carpio has yet to make known her plans for the Department of Education but already, students are debating about the K-14 curriculum that presidential candidate Walden Bello said will be the new curriculum.
Vice President-elect Sara Duterte-Carpio has not yet made any pronouncement about her plans for the Department of Education.
But many students reacted to the K-14 curriculum that presidential candidate Walden Bello said will be the new curriculum.
Students stand against to the speculation of extra two years for military training after Senior High School.
They said that the next DepEd chief should focus on improving the quality of education in the country.
Duterte-Carpio has yet to issue a statement about the K-14 issue.
She denied claims that she already has plans for mandatory Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.