By Michael L. Tan
Educators and parents often think that writing classes end once a child learns to write out the letters of the alphabet. But there seems to be a trend, or rather a revival, of penmanship classes beyond preschool and early elementary grades.
By Peter Wallace
FIFTY-THREE. That’s the average number of secondary school students in a class in the Philippines; some classes go as high as 80. Almost none (in public schools) go below 30. Yet 30 is about the max a teacher can handle; even that is high, 25 would be ideal. You don’t teach to 53, you […]