The Palawan government has once again demonstrated its commitment to improving the quality of education in the province by donating 43 printers to the town of Aborlan on Monday, May 15.
The printers were donated from the special education fund and are expected to enhance the educational experience of students in the area.
The turn- over ceremony for the donation was attended by various government officials including 3rd District Board Member Rafael Ortega who represented Palawan Governor Victorino Dennis Socrates, Provincial Information Officer Atty. Christian Jay Cojamco, Aborlan Mayor Jaime Ortega, Vice Mayor Marvin Madeja, Aborlan councilors, and local teachers and DepEd representatives in the said town.
The donation is part of the government’s commitment to promoting quality education in all areas of the province. The printers will be distributed to various schools in the town, including elementary, middle, and high schools.
Aborlan town is home to several elementary, middle, and high schools, which will benefit from the donation of printers. The printers will enable teachers to provide students with high-quality printed materials, including textbooks, handouts, and other learning resources.
Ortega, on his message during the ceremony, expressed his gratitude to the Palawan government for their generous donation, saying that the printers will go a long way in supporting the education of the town’s youth. He emphasized that the printers will make a significant impact in the classrooms, enabling teachers to provide students with better learning materials and enhancing their overall educational experience.
The provincial legislator also shared plans of the Committe on Basic Education of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan.
“Tayo ay nagnanais na makapagpasa ng ordinansa na ang lahat ng mga guro, teachung and non-teaching ay magkaroon ng libreng konsultasyon sa ating mga pagamutan, ang mga ipinatayong ospital sa lalawigan na nagkaroon ng kakulangan sa mga medical personnel, sa pamamagitan ng programa ng edukasyon ay masosolusyunan ang kakulangan dahil mayroon na ring scholarship para sa mga medical related courses,” Ortega said.
The Palawan government’s donation of printers is part of a broader initiative to promote quality education in all areas of the province.
The government recognizes the crucial role that education plays in the development of communities and is committed to providing students with the necessary resources to succeed.
The printers donated by the Palawan government are modern, high-quality devices that are easy to use and maintain.
They are expected to provide a significant boost to the educational experience of students in Aborlan, enabling them to access a wide range of learning materials and resources.
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