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Almost 17 million out-of-school youth and unschooled adults 20% of population (2005). EDUCATIONAL CRISIS IN THE PHILIPPINES. Computers fascinate all kids regardless of social status. children develop self-confidence and self-esteem as they master computer skills to make things happen.

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almost 17 million out of school youth and unschooled adults 20 of population 2005
Almost 17 million out-of-school youth and unschooled adults 20% of population (2005)

EDUCATIONAL CRISIS IN THE PHILIPPINES

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Computers fascinate all kids regardless of social status.

children develop self-confidence and self-esteem as they master computer skills to make things happen.

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Children learn to work with one or two partners

which leads to the development of their social skills.

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Partnerships(NGO/Corporate Foundation/LGU) to provide infrastructure and operational requirements

  • Can provide financial funding
  • Provide space for the center
  • Donate requirements in kind – computers need not to be top-of-the-line or brand new to run Minimum requirements: can be connected to the internet and can run html/flash-based applications
  • Provide for the salaries of center staff and IM and cost of day-to-day operations

Team of Mobile Teachers and Instructional Managers

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Clubs help communities start up Community Learning Centers with computers, learning materials donations and subsidies and training of instruction managers and technical support staff.

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The modules were sourced from the Sandiwaan Learning Center, another e-learning facility created in the former Smokey Mountain garbage dump site in Manila.

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