Local Literature Ferdinand Marcos

Local Literature Ferdinand Marcos (1978) Education is basically intended to satisfy the human resource for knowledge. In a developing society such as ours, it acquires the more urgent obligation to address itself to the needs of national development. Manpower development seeks to respond, more directly and more materially the changing as well as mounting requirement of the process of development. Education then is a source of economic and social benefits. It determines in part the individual’s.
Local Literature Ferdinand Marcos (1978) Education is basically intended to satisfy the human resource for knowledge. In a developing society such as ours, it acquires the more urgent obligation to address itself to the needs of national development. Manpower development seeks to respond, more directly and more materially the changing as well as mounting requirement of the process of development. Education then is a source of economic and social benefits. It determines in part the individual’s.