Spare teachers from excessive take-home work

Deputy Speaker and Basilan lone district Rep. Mujiv Hataman stated his major points regarding the bills being filed on the NO-HOMEWORK policies for students during weekends. As of the moment, there have been 3 bills filed, 2 from the house of representatives and 1 from the senate.

Rep. Hataman raised some serious matters why teachers are also being bombarded by excessive take-home paperwork, lesson plans, reports, and so on. And with this, teachers are also losing quality time with their families.
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"If the Department of Education is to consider a ‘no-homework’ policy for public school students, it should first address the mountain of clerical work and reports teachers take home,” Hataman said.

“Marami rin silang take-home na trabaho. Maraming reports na dapat sulatin at i-submit. Kayod na nga sa eskwela sa araw, kayod pa sa bahay sa gabi,” he added.

“Hindi naman masama ang reports. Iyan ay isang effective tool sa pag track ng performance at progress. Huwag lang excessive na to the point na wala nang free time ang ating mga guro, na pati Sabado’t Linggo niya na para sana sa pamilya ay inaagaw na ng homework mula sa eskwela,” Hataman stressed.

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  1. Simple common sense lang naman. Too much load and work equals poor performance. Hindi kaya ito talaga ang agenda???

  2. kapoy na wlay nalooy jud sa mga maestra sakit nq kaau aq abaga.frozen shoulder and back.

  3. There were times that we render our services on saturdays and sundays like meetings and card days because deped don't want to have meetings and card days during school days for the reason that the classes will suffer . In that case, where is now the family time for teachers? Its no more.


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