THE Senate has already approved the third and final reading of the proposal to make an Alternative Learning System (ALS) an institution.
Senate Bill No. 1365 have been approved and had 22 affirmative votes.
According to Senator Sherwin Gatchalian, the principal author of the proposed bill, the establishment of alternative learning centers in cities and municipalities will provide a second chance to people who have not had basic education because of poor living conditions or any situation in life.
Now that the pandemic is underway, they want to apply the new normal to the ALS teaching method. It is a digital learning, modular instruction and radio, and television-based instruction.
In addition, there is also Senate Bill 1365 which will set up the Bureau of Alternative Education which will focus on the country’s alternative learning system.
It aims to have many Filipinos re-educated in elementary and high school despite their age.