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Sunio: Teaching in the poorest region
I AM a Christian working as a teacher in the Islamic City of Marawi; in the region counted as one of the poorest and lowest in literacy rate.Marawi City is beautiful with the sight of the majestic Lake Lanao; the ...
From 435 days ago
Sunio: Still choosing Marawi
“AREN’T you going to leave that war-torn city yet?” some people from other cities ask me whenever they learn that I live in Marawi.“I still don’t know,” I always reply to them with a small chuckle.A few years ago, my ...
From 437 days ago
Sunio: Lake Lanao: Identity vs utility
THE Lake Lanao is part of the identity of the Meranaws of Lanao del Sur, but seeing the lake up close now, it was just left as something only limited to that.The first few drafts of the Bangsamoro Basic Law ...
From 443 days ago
Sunio: Militarization in Marawi
BEFORE the Marawi Siege, many Marawi residents would say that there is very poor law implementation in the city. Now that Martial Law has been implemented, people there are now on their toes to abide the law.In 2012, our journalism ...
From 449 days ago
Sunio: Is K-12 ineffective in Lanao Sur?
THE K to 12 curricula was implemented in the Philippines in order to bridge the gap in the learning of basic education students. However, in the case of some senior high school graduates from Lanao del Sur, some teachers commented ...
From 471 days ago
Sunio: Fearing to become a hero
“So, magpapaka-hero ka? (So, are you going to be a hero?)”THIS was asked to my friend years ago when she caught on video the inappropriate actions of a college instructor that threw a fit after having her illegal money-making activities ...
From 477 days ago