VP program teaches 600 students in General Luna to read
A program of the Office of the Vice President has taught 600 elementary school children in General Luna to read, according to Mayor Matt Florido.
In a Facebook post, Florido said this is the second year of the implementation of the Bayan Ko, Titser Ko YugTWO program of the Jesse M. Robredo Foundation, which is implemented through the Office of the Vice President.
“Maraming maraming salamat po VP Leni Robredo. Hindi po namin malilimutan ito,” he said on Facebook.
He said the program had 500 beneficiaries last year and 600 this year.
The students are in grades 1 and 2 and have learned to read because of it, he said.
“Sila ay ang mga non-readers, subalit matapos ang higit sa 3 buwan na implementasyon ng program, halos lahat sila ay marunong nang magbasa,” he said on Facebook.
This has brought hope to these students, he said.
“Pagdating ng araw, nawa ay magtagumpay sa buhay ang mga batang ito na minsang nabigyan ng oportunidad upang matutong magbasa,” he added.
He also thanked the DepEd in General Luna, the volunteers, and all those who are involved in its implementation.
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