Written by Marc Adrian. Education is one of the most powerful tools in the world and children who are granted the best education that they can get often go on to make the world better, for themselves and for others. If you are a parent, a would-be parent, or intending to be a parent, you know the specific duties that come with that role. And in the Philippines, many parents rise up to the challenge by enrolling their children in private schools. According to data released by the Department of Education DepEd for the previous school year, students enrolled in private educational institutions in the Philippines increased from about 4 million to 4. There are several options for parents to choose from when considering private schooling for their child.
'No-homework' policy bill filed in Senate
House Of Representatives Files 2 Bills Proposing No-homework Policy
Aside from the Philippine flag, national coat of arms, and the four Philippine elements that have been officially declared as national symbols, namely the sampaguita flower, the narra tree, the Philippine Eagle and the arnis , there are several other unofficial but widely recognized symbols. The band of royal blue should always be atop the crimson band to signify the prevalence of peace, justice and freedom. Otherwise, hoisting the flag in a manner that places the red band, which symbolizes valor and patriotism, over the blue band, signifies that the country is in a state of war. The triangular white section signifies equality and brotherhood throughout the three major islands of the country.
Lawmakers Files No Homework Bill
Note: The following text is a transcription of the enrolled original of the Joint Resolution of Congress proposing the Bill of Rights, which is on permanent display in the Rotunda at the National Archives Museum. The spelling and punctuation reflects the original. Ten of the proposed 12 amendments were ratified by three-fourths of the state legislatures on December 15,
The former two-time All-Pro averaged just 3. The Bills also addressed their biggest weakness in their failure to dethrone the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs by selecting talented and versatile pass rushers Gregory Rousseau and Boogie Basham early in the draft. Add that to the stellar job McDermott has done in Buffalo over the years, and he is clearly the favorite. After a dreadful offensive line performance cost Kansas City a shot at winning Super Bowl 55, the team made a power play for Orlando Brown Jr. The Chiefs will eventually have to pay Brown handsomely, as he is still on a rookie contract.