Olie Daz, a teacher in first year high school, now called Grade 7, at Rajah Soliman High School in Tondo, Manila, said she still had to reproduce the instructional materials the Department of Education (DepEd) issued during a weeklong training program last month.
“We were never given textbooks or handouts for the new curriculum. So my problem now is to photocopy the instructional materials for the 200 students. It might cost a lot,” Daz said, noting she was still unsure if she would be shouldering the cost or pass it on to her students.
This is kind of sad. I wonder how many teachers out there from other cities and provinces had the same experience. Or if there are schools who luckily received the new textbooks and handouts. Post it here and let the whole nation know.