Thousands of senior high school students (SHS) from public schools in this province stand to benefit from the Bataan Online Learning Tablets (BOLT) program after the turnover ceremony held recently at The Bunker, Balanga City, Bataan.
Representative Geraldine Roman of Bataan’s first district said over 12,000 students will each have a tablet they can use in their online classes, from the project launched by the provincial government led by Governor Albert Garcia and the Schools Division Office headed by Roland Fronda.
“Ito’y bilang pagtugon sa matagal nang pangangailangan ng ating mga mag-aaral,” Roman said.
“The Philippine School of the Future in Technology Act aims to modernize the school system in the country.”
The veteran legislator said that as a lawmaker, she is pushing for the Philippine School of the Future in Technology Act that aims to modernize the school system in the country, promote flexible learning in the basic education curriculum, and provide internet connectivity in public schools.
“Sa pamamagitan nito ay mapapaayos din ang mga alternatibong paraan ng pag-aaral at magtatag ng online learning portals para sa ating mga mag-aaral,” she said.
“Sa Philippine Online Library, lahat ng kailangang libro sa pag-aaral ng mga bata ay available online at pwedeng i-download for offline.”
Roman also expressed her desire for the establishment of a Philippine Online Library “kung saan lahat ng kailangang libro sa pag-aaral ng mga bata ay available online at pwedeng i-download for offline”.
The BOLT program also has the full support of second district Representative Jose Enrique Garcia III.Share this article: