Lawyer scolds public school teachers for holding online classes on roof during school opening

‘Anong drama na naman ito?’

This is essentially the first reaction of Atty. Nick Nangit, one of our favorite bloggers on Facebook, to the viral photo of teachers making the rounds on social media, who held online classes on the roof where internet was strong during yesterday’s school opening.

You may check the images below for your reference.

Atty. Nick went on to deliver his sermon to the teachers from Sto. Nino National High School, Batangas City.

Atty. Nick wrote that not all problems can be addressed right away. No matter how the government works hard, no matter how good is the system, there will always be problem that crops up. That’s why there is such a thing as feedback mechanism, to know what needs to be done and what can be done to improve the government response. Atty. Nick added that the slow internet problem is not unique to schools but affects us all. And, a slow internet is a sad reality in the country, blaming the giant internet providers for their poor service. He said the entry of the third telco DITO will address the problem.

‘Hindi lahat ng problema masosolusyunan agad! Kahit anong sikap ng pamahalaan at kahit anong ganda ng sistema, may matitira at matitira pa ring problema. Walang sistemang perpekto. Kaya nga may mga feedback mechanisms, para makita kung ano pa ang pwedeng gawin para ma-improve ang kahit na anong pamamalakad. At saka, yang internet problem ay hindi lamang problema ng paaralan. Lahat tayo apektado niyan, dahil talagang mabagal ang serbisyo ng dadalawang providers sa ating bansa na parehong palpak at wala tayong choice. Kaya nga ginagawan ng solusyon, at naipabalita na ang Ditto, diba?!’

At this juncture, Atty. Nick turned up the heat by focusing the klieg lights so to speak on the teachers in the viral photos.

Atty. Nick began by asking the teachers why they failed to inform DepEd officials of their internet problem? Did they discover it during the opening of the classes? This means they were unable to use any social media app or browser ever since? Did they really need to claim the roof for the photo-ops? If that’s the case, Atty. Nick said this style “rotten”, similar to photos taken inside churches or lifeless dr*g addicts lying on pavements?

Atty. Nick asked the teachers involved to share their thoughts on the proposal of a senator to give teachers’ allowance? Atty. Nick punctuated the FB rant by asking the teachers where is there brain?

‘Ngayon, bakit hindi ninyo ipaabot sa DepEd officials ang problemang yan? Nadiskubre ninyo lang ba yan ngayong pagbubukas ng klase? Ibig sabihin, maski wala pang pandemya ay hindi na kayo nakakagamit ng kahit anong social media app o maski browser? Kelangan talagang umakyat ng bubong at mag photo-ops? E puch@, estilong kuha lang yan sa mga simbahan na nakaluhod o kaya katabi ang mga durigistang nakahandusay sa kalsada? Estilong bulok! Sa tingin ninyo yang allowance kemerut ng isang senador ay magpapabilis sa internet connection ninyo o makakasapat sa pagbayad ng online distance learning? Mga guro kayo, nasaan ang isip ninyo??? 👿🥵😡

Your comment?

Source: Nick NaƱgit – NCN Law

Add Comment