Dads OK implementation of Silid-Aralan Learning program
AN ordinance authorizing the City Mayor Oscar S. Moreno to enter into and sign the Memorandum of Agreement with the Silid Aralan Inc., which covers the implementation of the Silid Aralan Learning Technology Education (SALTEd) was approved by the 18th City Council during its 43rd regular session presided by Vice Mayor Raineir Joaquin V. Uy.
Councilor Suzette G. Magtajas-Daba, chair of the committee on education, said the project will benefit academically-challenged public elementary students in selected schools in the city.
The Power learned that Silid Aralan Inc. is a non-profit, non-stock organization that aims to give low performing underprivileged students confidence in their own capabilities as a means of affecting their academic performance for the better through an after school program.
It has a proven track record of being able to boost students’ academic performance by creating a learning framework that uses continuous improvement methodology to identify the needs of its partner schools and customize the learning plans based on the voice of the learners and of the school.
Under the MOA, SAI will collaborate with the city government in the implementation of SALTEd.
This is one of the priority areas of the LGU in the improvement of education for its constituents, The Power learned.(