by SALVADOR M. BESARES
Many philosophers and great educators have defined education since the beginning of time. One notable quote is that of the American philosopher and educator, John Dewey, and he said, “Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself.” How does this go on with today’s seeming definition of education? Here are some significant points:
Through the ever-changing time, education should be considered of great importance for its significant impact not only with one’s knowledge, skills and attitude but also to the society. Thus, education needs not only to be seen as a preparation for life; it is life itself.
ROLL-OUT OF ACTION RESEARCH MODULE AND SUBMISSION OF ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT AND DISSEMINATED RESEARCHES & UTILIZATION OF RESEARCH OUTPUTS
REITERATION OF GUIDELINES FOR ALTERNATIVE WORK ARRANGEMENTS AND SUPPORT MECHANISMS FOR WORKERS IN THE GOVERNMENT PARTICULARLY ON THE PROVISIONS OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION MEMORANDUM CIRCULAR NUMBER 18, S. 2020
Subject: ADJUSTMENT IN THE SCHEDULES OF TRAININGS FOR JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2021