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    Quote Originally Posted by vinj View Post
    Oh crap... really??? Noooo... all my lifelong beliefs, ruined.
    haha

    Captain Obvious ba?

    yan kasi ang topic eh

    don't know for what reason the topic was started

    irrelevant naman sa kanila ang sweldo

    pang Jollibee lang nila yan

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    haha

    Captain Obvious ba?

    yan kasi ang topic eh

    don't know for what reason the topic was started

    irrelevant naman sa kanila ang sweldo

    pang Jollibee lang nila yan
    Things are just so screwed up.

    I pity the schoolteachers who are supposed to educate and help solve the problem of the utter stupidty afflicting a lot of us Pinoys, work long hours in bad conditions, do election duty, etc... and yet the half-witted congressman (who wouldn't even dare educate their offspring in our public system) can get away with highway robbery.

    Who has the power to improve the salary ranges? Congress? The executive branch? If it was congress, obviously they don't really care as they are getting their fill from other means and allowances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    haha

    Captain Obvious ba?

    yan kasi ang topic eh

    don't know for what reason the topic was started

    irrelevant naman sa kanila ang sweldo

    pang Jollibee lang nila yan
    I was just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    I was just curious.
    OT: Exactly the same words i got from my teenage cousin in the US who got his GF pregnant on their first try. Hehe.

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    Even if a higher salary will not prevent corruption, at least then you can get a higher class of businessperson in certain appointed posts if you're willing to pay them more money.

    As they always say: You get what you pay for.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Even if a higher salary will not prevent corruption, at least then you can get a higher class of businessperson in certain appointed posts if you're willing to pay them more money.

    As they always say: You get what you pay for.
    I have to agre on this one. Proven in our education system even in local scenario.

    Here, public school teachers are paid more than privately-owned Basic educ schools. Recent science quiz bees and competition shows public schools performing better than private ones. A stark contrast to 10-15 years ago where the salary was almost reversed.

    However, politics is really different. Plus a P125M salary a year can't still get you elected here. AFAIK a president needs billions of pesos as war chest during the election to have a chance to win. Papano nga naman babawiin yun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    Recent science quiz bees and competition shows public schools performing better than private ones.
    really?

    hindi ba yung mga pinoy na nanalo sa international math competition galing private school?

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    Pinoy students win 82 medals in Singapore math contest | ABS-CBN News | Latest Philippine Headlines, Breaking News, Video, Analysis, Features

    Pinoy students win 82 medals in Singapore math contest

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    Posted at 07/31/2011 5:05 PM | Updated as of 07/31/2011 5:07 PM


    MANILA, Philippines - Filipino students representing the country bagged a total of 82 medals in the recently concluded International Mathematics Contest (IMC) in Singapore.

    The 123-strong Philippine delegation bagged 13 gold medals, 25 silvers and 44 bronzes in the contest, which was held from July 29 to 31 at the Global Indian International School. The team was headed by Director Filma Brawner of the Science Education Institute of the Department of Science and Technology and Dr. Simon Chua, president of the Mathematics Trainers Guild - Philippines.

    With the medals, the country placed third overall in the contest. China won the most number of medals, followed by South Korea.

    A total of 865 elementary and high school students joined this year's IMC. Other participating countries include India, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Taiwan and Thailand.

    Below are the Filipino students who won medals in the recently concluded IMC:

    Gold medalists

    Jose Ignacio Locsin, St. John's Institute
    Natalia Beatrice Dy, St. John's Institute
    Jaymi Mae Ching, Jubilee Christian Academy
    Matthew Angelo Isidro, St. Jude Catholic School
    Azriel Cais Baluyut, Davao Christian High School
    Samantha Louise Wong, Philippine Institute of Quezon City
    Anne Kaila Recio, Philippine Institute of Quezon City
    Terence Brian Tsai, Chiang Kai Shek College
    Vince Benedict Say, St. Jude Catholic School
    Rachel Rojo, Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
    Sterling Alvin Tiu, St. Stephen's High School
    Eldine James Aragon, Statesfield School Inc.
    Shawn Gabriel Sy, Jubilee Christian Academy

    Silver medalists

    Jinger Chong, St. Jude Catholic School
    Matthew Eric Tan, St. Stephen's High School
    Pamela Irisari, Butuan City SPED Center
    Sean Christian Lim, Mother Goose Special School System
    Shaquille Wyan Que, Grace Christian College
    Kenneth Shi, Philippine Cultural College - Annex
    Simon Chiew, Ateneo de Davao University
    Emmanuel Paulo Santos, Colegio San Agustin - Biņan
    Jan Joshua Cruz, Pasig Catholic College
    Vincent Angelo Suarez, De La Salle - Lipa City
    Sean Anderson Ty, Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
    Adam Christopher Chan, Grace Christian College
    Cheska Marina Hufano, Mother Goose Special School System
    Jose Daniel Franco Oliveros, PAREF Southridge School
    Alyana Zoie Chua, MGC New Life Christian Academy
    Grant Aaron King, Grace Christian College
    John Abiel Villanueva, Ateneo de Davao University
    Nathanael Joshua Balete, St. Stephen's High School
    Ethan Riley Chan, Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
    Marc Angelo Pollentes, Muntinlupa Science High School
    Himig Marcos, Philippine Cultural College - Main
    Hubert Yao, Iloilo Central Commercial High School
    Marvin Joshua Chan, St. Paul College of Ilocos Sur
    Zernon Ezra Chan, Philippine Tong Ho Institute
    Charina Raisa Tan, Zamboanga Chong Hua High School

    Bronze medalists

    Jillian Therese Robredo, Universidad de Sta. Isabel - Naga
    Jeremy Brian Branzuela, St. Jude Catholic School
    Ryan Mark Shao, Xavier School
    William Joshua King, Bethany Christian School
    Fedrick Lance Lim, Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
    Justin Matthew Lapastora, St. Paul College of Ilocos Sur
    Raymund Carlo Masbaņo, St. John's Institute
    Karl Raymond Roque, Notre Dame of Greater Manila
    Paul Elvin Sim, Jubilee Christian Academy
    Jonathan Conrad Yu, Philippine Christian Gospel School
    Patrick Nino Policarpio, Greenpark Montessori Learning Center
    Gian Diaz, St. Francis of Assisi College
    Gelli Domingo, Young Shepherd's School
    Mathieu Raphael Alonzo, Notre Dame of Greater Manila
    Christian Quinzon, San Beda College - Alabang
    Patrica Ina Taņada, Pembo Elementary School
    Daniel Tio, St. Stephen's High School
    Richlyn Joy Villalobos, Doane Brilliant Child Learning Haven
    John Lian Mar Catli, Tuguegarao West Central School
    Joshua Padua, F. Benitez Elementary School III
    Danielle Joy See, Jubilee Christian Academy
    Phil Eldridge Sim, Jubilee Christian Academy
    Maxim Grace Sorongon, Children Integrated School of Alta Tierra
    Guinevere Soria, Precious International School
    Thamania Keith Gumilao, Pasig Catholic College
    Francis Choa Jr., St. Jude Catholic School
    Isabella Mae Tan, St. Jude Catholic School
    Christian Jared Balayan, St. Mary's College
    Agnes Robang, PAREF Woodrose School
    Daniel Ton, Hope Christian High School
    Jose Alfonso Ignacio Mirabueno, Philippine Science High School - Central Mindanao Campus
    Jayson Ongchinke, Philippine Cultural College - Main
    Steve HK Ng, Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
    Hazel Anne Pullan, Pasig Catholic College
    Mark John Dy, Pangasinan Universal Institute
    Aljan Balbuena, Sen. Renato Cayetano Memorial Science and Technology High School
    Jynariz Daniel Datuin, Baguio City National High School
    Janille Erika Jamias, Elizabeth Seton School - South
    Kristoffer Apol Barnuevo, Iloilo Central Commercial High School
    John Paul Calicdan, Pangasinan Universal Institute
    Kyle Darryl Aguilar, Philippine Cultural College - Main
    Lorenzo Tabao, Pasig City Science High School
    Niccolo Roland Luna, La Salle Greenhills
    Alexis Sybert Narvaez, St. Simon Montessori School
    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle...-math-olympiad

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    Posted at 07/23/2011 6:15 PM | Updated as of 07/23/2011 6:27 PM

    MANILA, Philippines - Filipino high school students representing the country bagged 3 bronze medals at the 52nd International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO) held in Amsterdam this month.

    Henry Jefferson Morco of Chiang Kai Shek College and Vance Eldric Go and Carmela Antoinette Lao, both from St. Jude Catholic School, won the medals at the prestigious math contest.

    Their victory represents the highest medal haul of the country ever since it joined the IMO in 1988.
    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle...a-math-contest

    MANILA, Philippines - Filipino students continue to do well at international mathematics competitions.

    The latest victory was achieved by 6 Filipino students who bagged the silver and bronze medals in the Hua Luogeng Golden Cup Youth Math Invitational Competition in Huizhou City, Guangdong province, China.

    Adrian Reginald Sy, a Grade 6 student of St. Jude Catholic School, brought home the lone silver medal at the contest, said Dr. Simon Chua, president of the Mathematics Trainers Guild-Philippines (MTG).

    The bronze medals were won by Kelsey Lim Tiong Soon (Grade 6, Grace Christian College), John Angel Aranas (1st year, Makati Science High School), James Daniel Cordon (1st year, Philippine Science High School-Main), John Thomas Chuatak (1st year, St. Stephen’s High School), and Matthew Ryan Tan (1st year, St. Jude Catholic School).

    Six hundred students from China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Mongolia, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines participated.

    The other members of the Philippine team are Engelberg Jeremy Sy (Jubilee Christian Academy), Lou Irish Gonzales (Pasig Catholic College), Gabrielle Anne Gabaton (Pasig Catholic College), Jason Carlo Carranceja (Grace Christian College), Andrew Vince Lee (Xavier School), and Christopher Banzon (Nemesio Yabut Elementary School).

    The contestants from the Philippines were trained by the MTG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    really?

    hindi ba yung mga pinoy na nanalo sa international math competition galing private school?
    I was talking about local scenario - as in here in my place in the province schools - and not in MM where it's different.

    Hope that clarifies it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry_Tower View Post
    I was talking about local scenario - as in here in my place in the province schools - and not in MM where it's different.

    Hope that clarifies it.
    ^same here. Dati the best and the brightest of the town went to the local private school. Ngayon sa nearby cities na sila or sa local public school.

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