heads the publication section of the IBON Partnership in Education for Development (IPED) program. He is also a member of the IBON Board of Trustees.
May 19, 2022
We are seeing so-called writers being paid to weave lies, peddle a revised version of history, and shape a generation of mindless and uncritical citizens who shall forget their history lessons and shall have a distorted sense of democracy. And there is no solidarity between these so-called writers and the basic masses – there is only treachery.
Strengthen Filipino, Panitikan, and Constitution instruction in basic and tertiary education
June 24, 2019
BY JOHN PAUL ANDAQUIG
Panitikan provides students with an understanding of the literary traditions of the Filipino people. Minimizing the teaching of Filipino, Panitikan and Constitution thus robs young learners of their soul as citizens and future leaders.