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MTSLAI, BSU re-ink partnership with DepEd CALABARZON for teacher’s empowerment

God will make a way.

This song proved to be true as Manila Teachers’ Savings and Loan Association, Inc. (MTSLAI) and Batangas State University (BSU) have expanded their support to the Department of Education CALABARZON, aiming to strengthen the region’s professional excellence through the development of empowered teachers.

Dubbed as the Future Leaders and Managers Enhancement (FLAME) scholarship program, the recipients will earn a Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management through a two-year school program.

Scholars will undergo classes on Thursdays and Fridays including summer at the National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) Training Center, Malvar, Batangas with professors coming from BSU, and also from Regional and Division offices. Included here are Regional Director Diosdado San Antonio, Assistant Regional Director Francis Cesar Bringas, and Schools Division Superintendents.

MTSLAI will provide financial assistance to the students.

In his speech during the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signing on May 18, San Antonio lauded MTSLAI and BSU for the successful partnership, which started last year.

“This scholarship recognizes the contribution and sacrifice of our teachers who educate, inspire, and help mentor our young generation,” said San Antonio as he stressed that the undertaking makes CALABARZON a region where quality is becoming a reality.

Furthermore, the grant supports House Bill 291, which seeks to improve the social and economic well-being of public school teachers who are burdened not only by their personal needs, but also by the needs of their family members.

“Giving teachers with this kind of benefit has long been overdue. This can significantly influence the making of high-esteemed and highly motivated teaching forces in public schools in the region,” the director added.

However, he also mentioned that the region failed to submit 25 recipients for the scholarship.

“This year, we are not able to maximize the slots because of the strict rules on the deadlines of enrolment. We only have 22 scholars this year,” San Antonio explained.

For his part, Congressman Virgilio S. Lacson, MTSLAI president, said that the project is a very noble endeavor that will empower teachers.

“Our mission is really to help the teachers because this is our advocacy,” said Lacson as he stressed the crucial role of teachers in ensuring the success of the K to 12 curriculum.

The project is indeed a testament of more engaged private sector participation. (Ma. Criscel R. Negosa, Public Affairs Unit, DepEd CALABARZON)

 

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