There is hope for the PH education system
In his inaugural speech, Marcos said the curriculum must focus on basic learning.
He said that there is a need to enhance the curriculum to prepare the youth for better jobs.
“What we teach in our schools, the materials used, must be rethought. I am not talking about history,” he said.
“I am talking about the basics, the sciences, sharpening theoretical aptitude and imparting vocational skills,” he added.
“Once we had an education system that prepared coming generations for more and better jobs. There is hope for a comeback. Vice President and soon-to-be Secretary of Education will fit that mission to a T,” the President said.
Duterte-Carpio earlier confirmed that Marcos wanted to review the K to 12 curriculum.