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  • 1. T h e r e i s n o mo r e n o b l ep r o f e s s i o n t h a nt e a c h i n g . A g r e a tt e a c h e r i s a g r e a ta r t i s t , b u t h i s me d i u m
  • 2. Salient Points Created by RA 4670; passed on June 18, 1966Its policy declares the promotion and improvement of the public school teachers in:  Social and economic status  Living and working conditions  Terms of employment  Career prospect
  • 3. Salient Points It attracts and retains in the teaching profession people with the proper qualifications.It strengthen the stability of the teaching profession in the public school system.This act applies to all public school teachers except those in the professorial staff of state colleges and universities.
  • 4. Salient Points “TEACHER” – all persons engaged in classroom teaching in any level of instruction, on full-time basis
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  • 6. Due Process  Dismissal for legitimatereasons follow rules establishedfor protecting the rights ofteachers. This process containscertain elements:
  • 7. Due Process The teacher must be given timely, detailed, written notice of the charges.The teacher must be accorded sufficient time to prepare defense.The teacher has the right to be represented by legal counsel.
  • 8. Due Process The teacher may present written or oral evidence, including witnesses.The teacher may cross-examine witnesses and challenge evidence.The teacher shall be heard by an impartial body.The teacher has the right to appeal to a higher body.
  • 9. Significant Features The right against transfer from one station to another without the teacher’s consent (except for a cause).The right for a married couple, both of whom are school teachers, to be employed in the same locality whenever possible.
  • 10. Significant Features The right to enjoy academic freedom, that which, upholds the teacher’s rights to freely discuss topics or issues within their field of expertise.
  • 11. Significant Features The right to additional compensation for services in excess of six hours of actual classroom teaching, hardship allowance, automatic retirement promotion, clothing allowance, chalk allowance, productivity, etc.
  • 12. Significant Features The right to enjoy free physical examination and free medical treatment or hospitalization.The right to one year study leave with pay equivalent to 60% salary after seven years of service.
  • 13. Significant Features The right to enjoy one range salary raise upon retirement, which shall be the basis of the retirement pay and monthly benefit thereafter.The freedom to organize and join organizations, local or national.
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  • 17. Prepared by:JENNY C. AQUEBSED I V