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I gained the direction and the courage to influence my colleagues.

Gina T. Plata Academic Coordinator, Lady Mediatrix Institute, Quezon

It empowers the faculty. I realized that if you empower them, when you give them skills and competencies, they become more confident. and commitment follows when they are more equipped.

Rev. Fr. Elmer G. Dizon Superintendent, archdiocesan Schools of Pampanga, Director, St. Catherine Academy

NSP ( Nurturing Support Program ) empowers us to become more competitive and be abreast of the best professional practices that help us create an environment for professional growth. NSP entices us to labor in order to produce citizens who are productive, competitive, but God-fearing and God-loving individuals.

Sr. Ma. Marcela A. Dela Cruz, AR Directress, Lady Mediatrix Institute, Quezon

With a strong faculty development program, our teachers became more effective in terms of designing instructional plans, of choosing appropriate and meaningful learnin activities in their classes, of using formative assessment system in their teaching-learning processes as a quality-assurance mechanism, of establishing clear procedures and routines, and ultimately of building a shared responsibility of student learning.

Narcy F. Ador Dionisio Principal, Dominican High School, Nueva Ecija

Before, doon sa traditional way, we used to have teacher-centeredness, but...maraming naitulong sa amin yung NSP-talagang ang nabibigyan ng priority ay yung mga estudyante. They will be able to learn a lot of things through activities... Talagang yung mga teachers nagiging facilitators lang.

Peter Wilson Reyroso Christian Living Coordinator, Lady Mediatrix Institute, Quezon

With the Nurturing Support Program, I became more aware of my primary role as a school principal-instructional leadership. I was closely assisted in managing the curriculum, in supervising instruction, in monitoring student progress, and in promoting a positive learning climate.

Narcy F. Ador Dionisio Principal, Dominican High School, Nueva Ecija

With the Nurturing Support Program (NSP), we were able to build a professional community, which really helped us emphasize the importance of shared goals and efforts. Our teachers are empowered and encouraged as they fulfill their duties and responsibilities as educators.

Sr. Ma. Marcela A. Dela Cruz, AR Directress, Lady Mediatrix Institute, Quezon

Both ELDA and NSP realigned my priorities- from focsing on the externals to make higher the students achievement. It helped me realize that my job... that the teacher's real really the students.

Rev. Fr. Elmer G. Dizon Superintendent, archdiocesan Schools of Pampanga, Director, St. Catherine Academy

ELDA has developed in me a lot of skills as an educational leader, a curriculum planner, a transformed individual.

Rey V. Delos Reyes Principal, Aklan Catholic, Kalibo Aklan

Series never gets tired of updating herself. She is a voracious reader and makes it a point to update herself with the latest trends in education.

Mercy N. De Guia High School Faculty, Ateneo de Manila University

Series really makes time to do a lot of research because that's one thing not many of us can do. His biggest dream is to form an organization for all CLE teachersin the Philippines.

Danilo T. Yabut English Subject Area Coordinator, Elizabeth Seton School, Parañaque City

Series books are definitely contributions to the development of education in the Philippines.

Sr. Josephini Ambatali, SFIC Dean, College of Art and Science, St. Joseph College

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Dr. Ernesto Y. Sibal was one of the few Filipinos in academic publishing who can irrefutably lay claim to these three titles—Patriot, Pioneer and Innovator. A staunch patriot, Dr. Sibal fiercely advocated the vision of designating Filipino-authored books for young Filipino learners. This vision was enabled by the establishment of Alemar’s Bookstore in 1958, and through the foresight and drive of Alegria Rodriguez, who shared in the vision of her husband, she helped galvanize then fledgling Alemar's Bookstore as the place to go for textbooks and school needs, propelling it to become the first established bookstore chain in the country.



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