I stand for those who failed the LET!

I stand for those who failed the LET!

STANDING FOR THOSE WHO FAILED THE LET 2017.
-DrCarlBalita

I just dont feel that it is fair to judge people who studied hard for 4 years and whom family supported well for so long with a 300-item or 450-item test called LET which they failed.
It is not the yardstick of how good one could be as a teacher. There is more into teaching that no written test can and should measure. But the professional license is a privilege – and only the Board is “god” bestowed with the power to grant it.

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Here are some questions: First, were they prepared enough by their alma mater for the Board? Second, is the “yardstick” valid and reliable enough to measure their competence as teachers? But wait, DID THE ASPIRING PROFESSIONA STUDY WELL? I am not blaming anyone. I am just asking. Who is the victim here, if any? The parents surely are biggest losers in this journey. They paid good tuition to schools and allowance to students.

IF A CLASS HAS POOR PASSING RATE IN A TEST, DO WE BLAME THE STUDENTS? WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS? IF THE TEST IS TOO DIFFICULT TO HAVE MADE A SUBSTANTIAL NUMBER PASS, IS IT A GOOD TEST? Just asking! Let us practice what we preach in the subject Test-Measurement-Evaluation.

As A review center, CBRC has done its part (ask our passers and even our few flunkers who have come back) in bringing out the best in them. Not to say we are perfect. We say, we stand for the DREAMS of the DREAMERS and we help them be ONE with it. LET us help them in anyway we can.

(Screen shot photo from TV Patrol, May 25, 2017, report of Zen Hernandez)

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