Nationalism in schools during the japanese occupation
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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NATIONALISM IN SCHOOL DURING THE JAPANESE SPONSORED REPUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION Council of State Interior Justice Finance Education, HealAgriculture and Public Works th and Public Commerce and Welfare Communication JAPANESE ADVISERS
“The mind of the young could be easily moulded into the patterns of Japanese concept” Reading Home Economics Elementary Writing Arithmetic
Vocational/Normal Schools Agriculture Fisheries Engineering MedicineCourses leading to the law degree were not re-openedbecause the Japanese authorities thought that under thecircumstances, lawyers were useless.
POLICIESExecutive order no. 10 Prescribed that majority members of the governing board a private educational institution must be FILPINO CITIZENS.Executive no. 44 exclusively training of the elementary teachers by the state because…..
“They are the first ones to come in contact with the unbiased minds of the elementary school children and hence exert profound influence of the development of the latter’s attitude and ideals during their formative stage”
The teachers on all type of schools, includingsupervisors and administrators were required to secure a TEACHER’S LICENCSE before the could engage in any educational work The teaching of the national language , character education and Philippine History was limited to FILIPINO CITIZENS only. The teaching profession was reserved only for those who sincerely believe in and earnestly endeavor to help carry out the declared policies of the state.
The re-opening of the public elementary schools begun June 1942. There were not as much as enthusiasm in returning to schools because: Filipinos are suspicious of Japanese Intentions And children found more enjoyment and money in selling anything to help their parents
National Love of Language Labor Filipino CultureEDUCATION
REFERENCES Agoncillo, Teodoro A. History of the Filipino People. Garotech Publishing. 1990