Facing education challenges…


Hundreds educators and nonteaching staff from the Cordillera Region and nearby areas are set for a simultaneous and in person meet – dubbed Teacher’s Congress. The Civil Service Commission Cordillera Administrative Region (CSCCAR) hosting for the first time this Teachers’ Congress will be held at Newtown Plaza Convention Center on July 26 to 27.

Based on CSC-CAR release, the activity is targeting teaching and non-teaching staff from both public and private schools from within and outside the region. Human Resource practitioners and other concerned administrative officers from DepEd are encourged to join the activity. Guided by the theme “Nurturing Values-driven and Inclusive Learning Spaces,” the activity will feature various relevant and timely topics aimed at harnessing the leadership capacities of the

Further, this Learning and Development (L&D) intervention, which is equivalent to 16 hours leadership training, will include discussions on Gender Equity, Disability, and Social Inclusion
(GEDSI), Financial Literacy and Management, Leave Benefits for Teachers, the New Guidelines
on DepEd’s Recruitment, Promotion and Reclassification, Supreme Court and CSC decisions affecting Teachers, and relevant COA Circulars.

The congress also aims to reinforce DepEd’s Four Core Values (MakaDiyos, Makatao, Makakalikasan at Makabansa through the CSC’s Public Service Values Program that embody the
four core values – Patriotism, Integrity, Excellence and Spirituality. CSC Commissioner Alvin Ryan R. Acosta is set to attend who will serve as the keynote speaker.

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