Article on CMS from WBI

A school building in Putik Central School in Zamboanga has large cracks in its walls and was declared unsafe, but was not renovated; 5,000 students shared 2 toilets in Araullo High School in Manila; students in Santa Fe Central School in Leyte shared a classroom that also “triples” as a home economics classroom and a variety store. But in little more than a year, things have started to change in the Philippines. How? Check My

Reporting problems to the Department of Education and receiving a response was taking a year or even longer. “Sometimes a request could outlast a number of principals,” said one parent in Araullo High School.

Read the rest of the article