973 teaching positions for CV
() - February 28, 2011 - 12:00am

CEBU, Philippines - The Department of Education (DepEd) has opened 973 items for public school teachers in Central Visayas for school year 2011-2012.

DepEd Regional Director Recaredo Borgonia announced the opening during a forum at the NS Royal Pensione recently.

Around 300 items are allocated for Cebu Province Division while the other items will be distributed among schools in Bohol, Negros Oriental, and Siquijor. In Cebu, highly urbanized and component cities have their own schools division each.

Aside from the 973 items, Borgonia said DepEd will also build infrastructure worth P1 billion. The infrastructure facilities should be in place before the opening of classes in June.

Borgonia admitted the P1 billion is not enough for infrastructure facilities across Region 7, but said it can augment “crucial resources for education.”

Borgonia said DepEd 7 has hired additional 11 civil engineers who would supervise the construction of school buildings to ensure they live up to safety standards.

On March 7 and 8, DepEd will hold a detailed planning workshop in Subic, which will be attended by school officials and division superintendents. This will be the first time that division superintendents will attend the planning and Borgonia said DepEd purposely included the division superintendents in the planning so that the department’s officials will hear the concerns straight from them.

Aside from the school buildings it constructed, the Cebu provincial government will also help augment the salary of teachers through its Provincial School Board to encourage more education graduates to pursue a teaching career. (FREEMAN)

BOHOL BORGONIA CEBU PROVINCE DIVISION CENTRAL VISAYAS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IN CEBU NEGROS ORIENTAL ON MARCH PROVINCIAL SCHOOL BOARD REGIONAL DIRECTOR RECAREDO BORGONIA ROYAL PENSIONE
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