Saturday, June 19, 2010

More Public Teachers

Because of the fledgling economy, unemployment rate continues to rise up and decent living seems less farfetched that the number of dropped out students dramatically accelerate and the number of enrollees in public schools plummeted like a skyrocket. This is only expected as tuition fees from private schools continue to threaten parents.

So, some public schools now have more than 1 shift to accommodate the increasing number of students and since public schools can’t deny any entrant, they can only find ways to attend to their number: schedule shifting and more teachers.

The general public can only hope that the new administration will address pressing economic and social concerns to really have deep – seated change that can drive this country around.

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