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Liberal Perspectives on Philippine Education:
Private-Public Nexus

Thursday, 29 November 2007

Episode #020
(47:43 min 43.6MB)
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The final part of the education podcast series takes a look at liberal solutions. Dr. Chito Salazar, head of the Philippine Investment Management Education Network, proposes reforms: deregulating the education industry, rationalizing state universities and colleges and pursuing quality oriented reforms.

The music is provided by Dieter Bachmann.

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Liberal Perspectives on Philippine Education:
Is the Philippines Educating for Competitiveness?

Thursday, 29 November 2007

Episode #019
(49:31 min 45.3MB)
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From the perspective of a globalized world, Juan Miguel “Mike” Luz, International Institute of Rural Reconstruction president, explores whether the Philippines is educating for competitiveness or is barely trying to educate for competence. He discusses five disconnects in Philippine education: the two-types of Philippine basic education, the low pay of teachers, the school age of children, the male drop-out rate and the isolation of Muslim Filipino children.

The music is provided by Dieter Bachmann.

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Liberal Perspectives on Philippine Education:
Philippine Public Basic Education

Thursday, 29 November 2007

Episode #018
(43:57 min 42.0MB)
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In the second-part of this education podcast, former Department of Education (DepEd) Secretary Florencio “Butch” Abad outlines the crisis in Philippine education: poor competency and the meaninglessness of diplomas and professional licenses. He also talks about the DepEd’s reform initiatives such as the Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda.

The music is provided by Dieter Bachmann.

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Liberal Perspectives on Philippine Education:
First in a Four-Part Special Podcast Series on Education

Wednesday, 31 October 2007

Episode #017
(23:39 min 22.2MB)
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Alexandra Cuyegkeng, Siegfried Herzog and Jojo Antonio, International Academy for Leadership (IAF) alumnus, reflect on the Friedrich Naumann Foundation’s first IAF replication seminar on education.

Joining them to discuss the state of Philippine education and what changes the Department of Education (DepEd) needs to make is Mike Luz, DepEd former undersecretary for finance and current president of the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction. DepEd Senior Policy Advisor Geronimo Sy also joins in to propose CyberEd as a possible solution to the education crisis.

This is the first-part in a four-part series that will tackle: the problems and approaches to Philippine public basic education, the role of education in a competitive world and liberal solutions.

The music is provided by Dieter Bachmann.

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