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Do you think that the start of classes be moved to August in the Philippines?

Asked by: RSBayani
  • Definitely YES. It must be! Accept those changes for the PROGRESS of our COUNTRY! Why wont give a try and STOP COMPLAINING?

    I have always been open to positive changes especially in the educational system especially because of the big role of education in ensuring quality human life. I have no objection to colleges and universities opting to shift their school calendars to synchronize with foreign counterparts. That is how globalization works. One cannot globalize without adjusting. The government and educational institutions involved must however fill in the gaps that are expected to result from the transition

    And another thing, scared of attending school during the hottest month? So you're not scared attending school during rainy days in which we experience very strong typhoon that could probably can put our lives into risk.

  • It should be implemented

    Why dont we give it a try? Why always complaining evethough we arent starting yet. It is really favorable for students because here in philippines, we have floods that causes the absences of the students. We knew that june-august(opening of august) will be experiencing such floods and rains. It can also attract foreign students to enroll here this is such a great honor for us filipinos. We can easily communicate to other ASEAN schools without thinking about the class schedule

  • Definitely YES. It must be! Accept those changes for the PROGRESS of our COUNTRY! Why wont give a try and STOP COMPLAINING?

    I have always been open to positive changes especially in the educational system especially because of the big role of education in ensuring quality human life. I have no objection to colleges and universities opting to shift their school calendars to synchronize with foreign counterparts. That is how globalization works. One cannot globalize without adjusting. The government and educational institutions involved must however fill in the gaps that are expected to result from the transition

    And another thing, scared of attending school during the hottest month? So you're not scared attending school during rainy days in which we experience very strong typhoon that could probably can put our lives into risk.

  • Definitely YES. It must be! Accept those changes for the PROGRESS of our COUNTRY! Why wont give a try and STOP COMPLAINING?

    I have always been open to positive changes especially in the educational system especially because of the big role of education in ensuring quality human life. I have no objection to colleges and universities opting to shift their school calendars to synchronize with foreign counterparts. That is how globalization works. One cannot globalize without adjusting. The government and educational institutions involved must however fill in the gaps that are expected to result from the transition

    And another thing, scared of attending school during the hottest month? So you're not scared attending school during rainy days in which we experience very strong typhoon that could probably can put our lives into risk.

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  • No because it can cause health risk factors.

    If you're thinking about putting our lives at risk, Opening classes during the hottest month of the year is all the same. We may escape from typhoons during these months but at the later months of the school year, One may acquire diseases and illnesses such as heat stroke, Heat exhaustion and more. This is because most school buildings in the Philippines are not suitable for the hot and dry season. Just like what was said by one of the posts here, Not all classrooms are well ventilated, Have air conditioning units, Or even electric fans.

  • Because by moving the start of classes to August students will need to go to school during the hottest months

    Schools in the Philippines start their classes at June and end in March, if we move the start of classes to August the end of classes would be on the end of May or early June. April and May are the hottest months in the Philippines and not all schools have ac units or even electric fans.


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