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Do Reforms Transform?
by: Jennefer L. Edrozo
To become productive individuals in the
society-- this has been everyone’s aim. We
believe that education is self
empowerment and that education is a
necessity to become well-equipped
individuals and to have a developed
nation. That is why the importance of
education is being emphasized to every
individual, rich or poor. But having
education alone as it is cannot bring
visions to reality. So authorities have been
trying to inject changes to our system.
Thoughts have been running on our
heads, we say “ education system could do
better”. Reforms are now the best solution
we think of. Reformers, for sure have been
doing the best that they can to convince
people, instill in our minds that we need
this. But the questions are: “ Are we really
the one who can benefit from this?; and do
reforms necessarily transform?
When we talk about reforms, this
would mean additional budgets should be
produced just to change the system of
education. Most of these prevailing
reforms focus on extending school days,
narrower curriculum, and more. Are those
matters really serve the students?
Adding courses, longer days, these
might be good thing to increase
employment rate to teachers and prolong
the learning process of the students which
might help transform inquisitive minds to
intellectuals. On the other hand, changing
the situation without resolving first the
problem may not be absolutely appear as a
Free education for the masses,
transforming low-earning farmers into
high-paid intellectuals will absolutely a
better proof that the idea does not serve to
those who run the system rather to those
who really need and has the right to be
Instead of reforming the antecedent,
and totally implement change, why not try
to just transform the system and make it to
a better one, that will probably avoid
complications. It’s not about reform, but
rather transforming the model.
Whichever side of the boat we might
be, the most important thing is that we
know how to puddle to let the boat sailing
still. After all, it is we and the reflections
of ourselves would matter. The firmness
of our foundation will be the one to lift us
up upon reaching the mountain peak. “
Change does not necessarily assure
progress implacably requires change.
Education is essential to change, for
education creates both new wants an the
ability to satisfy them”. So instead of
rebuilding the house, trying to fix some
parts of it may help.
by: Jennefer L. Edrozo
THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION of
LDCU volleyball team championed the
game which happened during the Liceo
Intramural. The team captain and as well
as the darling of the crowd Kurt Patrick
Salon delighted his fans for having unique
flexible tactics during the game. “ This
wouldn't be possible without the undying
support of my teammates, educ family and
of course Mt. Noble”, he said. CED also
made it as the Proud Phoenix dance sport
performers, Juneil Sahol with his partner
Beverly Castrodes rocked the stage and
titled the Dance Sport Champion of the
THE COED FAMILY of the college’s
pride, Ms. Jan Ann Bagasbas
wholeheartedly supports their
ambassadress as the lady rocked the ramp.
Team Phoenix showed how proud they are
to have her as their candidate for the Ms.
Intramural 2014 held at LCC on _____ .
Her beauty stood out and crowned as the
Ms. Intramural 2014, 2nd
(Note: Naj, and isa ka news on Liceo
Diamond Star kay si Dom naghimu)