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Adoption of Modules on the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution

Department of Education
OFFICE OF THE UNDERSECRETARY
For Governance and Operations

MEMORANDUM OM-GO-2016-GOU

TO:

ALL REGIONAL DIRECTORS
ALL SCHOOLS DIVISION SUPERINTENDENTS
ALL SCHOOL HEADS
ALL OTHERS CONCERNED

FROM:

RIZALINO D. RIVERA
Undersecretary

15 February 2016

Adoption of Modules on the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution

Presidential Proclamation No. 1071 mandates the commemoration of the EDSA People Power Revolution. The Department of Education is one with the country in remembering the 30th year of the EDSA People Power Revolution on February 25, 2016.

All regional offices, schools division offices, and schools are hereby instructed to commemorate this important event in our country and to creatively promote the values of the EDSA People Power Revolution such as unity, democracy, and nationalism. The learners must be made more aware of this critical phase in history and how we can work together towards the development of a better Philippines. Hence, all schools are directed to use the attached modules in their respective classes.

Kindly furnish a report to this office on how this commemoration was done in your division or school.

For your guidance and compliance.

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