Statement of DBM Secretary Benjamin Diokno on the issue of increasing the salaries of Teachers

Statement of DBM Secretary Benjamin Diokno on the issue of increasing the salaries of Teachers

Members of the media, ladies and gentlemen, good morning. As you know, I called this press conference to shed more light on the issue of increasing the salaries of public school teachers. Let me state categorically that I am not opposed to increasing the salaries of our teachers. However, I cautioned against the doubling of their salaries. This, after all, was not the President’s directive. He said to look into increasing the salaries of teachers, not doubling them. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque has already clarified this issue. I understand the crucial…

New DLL! Week 2 – 4th Quarter – Daily Lesson Log (DLL) (Jan. 22 – Jan. 26, 2018)

4th Quarter - Daily Lesson Log

DLL UPDATE: Dear fellow Teachers, Week 2 – 4th Quarter – Daily Lesson Log (DLL) are now available. In the past quarters, we shared Daily Lesson Logs and other files that our Contributors have shared and are formatted by our Editors. We are  now at the 4th quarter of the school year and we are really thankful to all our Contributors, Editors and Tech Volunteers. They are the foundation of DepEd Teachers Club. We are always grateful to them so we ask for your continued support. All of these files can…

Legislator Eyes Salary Increase for Teachers by 2019

update on salary increase for teachers

The salary hike for public school teachers that has been sought by no less than President Rodrigo Duterte will be the next priority of the House Appropriations Committee, says its chairman, Davao City 1st district Representative Karlo Nograles. And this early, Nograles is claiming that the teachers’ wage increase could be implemented upon the full cycle of the Salary Standardization Law (SSL) of 2015, which will end in 2019. “Who says that it should be doubled in the first place?” Meanwhile, a coalition of teachers on Thursday slammed Department of…

Diokno Says He’s ‘Not Opposed’ to Teachers’ Salary Increase

diokno not against salary increase for teachers

Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno on Wednesday said he was not against the salary increase of public school teachers even after he had earlier said this was not a priority of the government. “I am not opposed to increasing the salaries of our teachers,” Dikono said in a press briefing at the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Central Office in Manila. “I understand the crucial role teachers have in nation-building and I do believe they should be rewarded accordingly,” he added. The budget chief had earlier said the raise in salary of…

4th Quarter Bulletin Board Display Compilation | DepedClub

Bulletin Board Display

Good day fellow teachers. Here, you will find our 4th Quarter Bulletin Board Display Compilation. Credit goes to all our contributors and file senders. To support them / us, please Share and Like our Facebook page. Thank you. As a teacher, it is always a good idea to have interesting bulletin boards and displays around our room. Bulletin boards can be used as an opportunity to create a positive learning environment in the classroom.The saying “A picture paints a thousand words” is especially true of classroom bulletin board displays and fun projects for our…

2018 Search for Outstanding Teachers, Soldiers, and Police Officers

search for Outstanding Teachers 2018

Metrobank Foundation (MBFI) is off to an early start in 2018 as it launched on the very first working day its annual search for outstanding teachers, soldiers, and police officers. “Launched 38 years ago, the annual search for Metrobank Foundation’s Outstanding Filipinos is Metrobank Group Founder Dr. George S.K.Ty’s way of paying tribute to the sacrifices of these extra-ordinary individuals in the service to fellow Filipinos,” explains MBFI President Aniceto M. Sobrepeña. The 10 Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Filipinos represent what MBFI identifies as “key pillars of society” – the academe…

DepEd, Silent on Diokno’s Remark Over Pay Hike of Public School Teachers

deped silent on diokno over salary increase for teachers

The Department of Education on Thursday declined to comment on Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno’s remark that increasing the salaries of public school teachers is not the priority for now. “Siguro po we will not comment on what our good Secretary Diokno said, dahil sila naman po talaga yung eksperto tungkol diyan at may mandato po para makapagsabi kung ano yung kakailanganin sa pagtaas ng sahod…,” DepEd Undersecretary for Legislative Liaison Office, External Partnerships Service and School Sport Tonisito Umali told “Unang Balita” on Thursday. Earlier, Diokno said that doubling the…

New! Week 1 – 4th Quarter – Daily Lesson Log (DLL) (Jan. 15 – Jan. 19, 2018)

4th Quarter Daily Lesson Log

UPDATE: Dear fellow Teachers, Week 1 – 4th Quarter – Daily Lesson Log (DLL) are now available. In the past quarters, we shared Daily Lesson Logs and other files that our Contributors have shared and are formatted by our Editors. We are  now at the 4th quarter of the school year and we are really thankful to all our Contributors, Editors and Tech Volunteers. They are the foundation of DepEd Teachers Club. We are always grateful to them so we ask for your continued support. All of these files can be…

“Duterte to Keep Promise on Teachers’ Pay Increase” – Harry Roque

roque on salary increase for teachers

UPDATE: on salary increase for Teachers. President Rodrigo Duterte keeps his promises. That was the assurance of Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque in a bid to allay fears of public school teachers on the pronouncement of Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno that doubling the salary of teachers was “not a priority” of this administration at this time. During the 21st Cabinet meeting on Monday, Duterte ordered his Cabinet to find ways to increase the salary of public school teachers. READ: Duterte Wants Teachers’ Salaries Hiked | #SalaryIncrease “Well, it’s very clear. He asked his…

Sec. Diokno: Doubling Public School Teachers’ Pay “Not a Priority”

diokno on salary increase for teachers

Despite the President’s promise to double the pay of public school teachers, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno said Wednesday it would take a backseat to more pressing programs needed to be funded, including the ambitious “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure rollout. Diokno said in a press conference that for the 600,000 public school teachers, the government may have to shell out half a trillion pesos if plans to double their salaries push through. “That is not our priority at this time. Our priority is the ‘Build, Build, Build’ and social protection. I think we…