Teachers’ Reclassification, under NBC 461: Burdensome and Prolific


Authors : Gil M. Alegre, Rosemarie C. Arcaya, Edilmar P. Masuhay

Volume/Issue : Volume 4 - 2019, Issue 10 - October

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Constitutional mandates are constructively altered by higher authorities in professions thru promulgations but warrant a different procedure by the main objective specified therein, in which case, in effect this antecedent burdens to few but prolific to the majorities. To avoid false accusation, logical calculation is a must to plot the conflict of interventions. Through this study, NBC No. 461 Common Criteria for Evaluation and CSC Qualification Standards for Teachers are weighted on how it affects to the life of the teachers. This paper has its unique research criterion it only involves readings of facts about NBC 461 and traces issues concerning therein, collated articles and evidences that helps eradicate unsettled arguments prima facie over the other. Perhaps lapses either in the part of the governance or in its system will be dealt thoroughly so that prejudices can be regulated, if not at least weighted. Based on NBC 461 results historic evaluation reviews of the regulated criterion evidently lapses resolute professional maladies, there were those suffered from distresses of inappropriate ruling but good will of those in adversaries but inversely attains reciprocated results which turns their luck to have the appointment tendered thereon.

Keywords : FACTS ABOUT NBC No. 461, DBM-NBC 461, PASUC NBC 461 CCE GUIDELINES, CSC QS for Teachers in SUCs and LCUs.

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