2 weeks Private schools federation urges politicians, groups not to ‘spoil’ public school teachers MB
A federation of private schools urged politicians to “stop spoiling” the teachers in public schools — especially now that the learning of students is essentially home-based. The Federation of Associations of Private Schools Administrators (FAPSA), in a statement, denounced some politicians and groups who are “spoiling the public school teachers with perks” while the parents — who are tasked to monitor their children’s studies at home — “get nothing.” FAPSA president Eleazardo Kasilag itemized the benefits for public school teachers pushed by both chambers, including the Senate Bill 1092 authored by Senator Ramon Revilla, Jr., which aims to increase ... more