MANILA, Philippines – President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. thanked the teachers in different parts of the country for their “priceless” and very important service to the country especially in the midst of continuing limited face-to-face classes.
In the President’s message on National Teachers’ Day, the President encouraged Filipinos to recognize the “sacrifice” of teachers in shaping students and preparing them to achieve their dreams.
“This is also a good opportunity to express our sincerest appreciation for their invaluable service to the nation as we safely reopen our schools and bring forth a new era of learning amidst the post-pandemic world,” wika ng Pangulo.
The Chief Executive described education as the foundation of a prosperous society and an important guide in the direction of the country.
“Today, we honor our dear educators across the country for ensuring our youth’s holistic development as they aspire to be agents of change within their respective communities and beyond,” aniya pa rin.
The President is confident that with the help of teachers, the country will be strengthened and every Filipino can build a good future for the country.
“May this celebration not only inspire present teachers as they continue their efforts in shaping the lives of our young learners, but also motivate those whose dream is to be such agents of genuine unity and empowerment,” ani Marcos.
Earlier, it was reported that the Department of Education (DepEd) announced that teachers will receive a P1,000 incentive as part of the National Teachers’ Month celebration.
This was announced by DepEd spokesperson Atty. Michael Poa in a press conference this Thursday, where they will do the provision of the World Teacher’s Day Incentive Benefit (WTDIB) for qualified public school teachers.
“Yes, yes.” We will continue with the P1,000 incentive for honoring our teachers,” said Poa.
National Teachers’ Month is celebrated from September 5 to today, October 5.
The agency held the kick-off ceremony on September 6.
Poa also said that the DepEd will hold a program for educators on National Teachers’ Day which will be held today.
On the occasion of National Teachers’ Month held this Tuesday, Vice President and DepEd Secretary Sara Duterte praised teachers for their sacrifices and efforts to provide education to the youth, whether it is in person or online. .
According to VP Sara, she is impressed by the strength and determination of the teachers’ hearts as they find ways to deliver the modules, help facilitate the community learning hubs, and provide additional learning resources to the children. despite the challenges facing the education sector due to the pandemic. Chris Joseph
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