Ralph Recto: Logistical not legal challenges hindered K-12 effectiveness
Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto on November 13 said the K-12 basic education program has been beset by delays in the delivery of school facilities and hiring of teachers.
The Batangas politiko said the effectiveness of the K-12 program has been challenged by the lack of classrooms, equipment, and teachers.
He made the remark following the Supreme Court decision affirming the constitutionality of the program.
“K-12’s problem is not legal, but logistical,” Recto said.
“The delivery of facilities was behind the curve. Grabe ang backlog na ilang taon ang kakailanganin para ma-wipe-out ang mga ito,” he added. said.
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