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B.P S. Circular No. 1, s. 1946 – Admission of U.S. Veterans into Public Schools
Discharged Filipino veterans who meet certain requirements prescribed by law are eligible for education or training under U.S. Public Law 16 or U. S. Public Law 346 (78th Congress) in any approved school college, university or other institutions of learning.
B.P S. Circular No. 32, s. 1952 – Permission to Teach in Private Schools, Colleges and Universities
-states that a public school teacher must have at least rendered two years of satisfactory service before he may additionally teach in private schools. The maximum time of service that may be devoted to teaching in private schools is 10 hours a week for those teaching in schools operating on the quarterly plan and 12 hours in schools operating on the semestral plan.
B.P S. Circular No. 9, S. 1956 – Requiring Mathematics and Physics in the Secondary Course
This led to the teaching of Elementary Algebra in the first year, Geometry in the second year, Advanced Algebra in the third year and Physics in the fourth year compulsory in the secondary schools effective school year (SY) 1957-1958.
Memorandum No. 38, s. 1957 – Implementing Section 85 of the National Defense Act
In order to further improve citizenship training of school children through the medium of the Preparatory Military Training (P.M.T.) among high school students, it is respectfully suggested that steps be taken for full implementation of Section 85 of our National Defense Act, which provides that instructors for the cadets must be taken from the qualified male instructors who are members of the reserve force.
Memorandum No. 87, s. 1958 – Permission of Government Officials to Teach in Private Schools During Summer Sessions
For the welfare of the students taking summer classes not to be jeopardized, private school heads desiring to employ government officials during the…...

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