Advocacy group to unveil the state of PH education on May 29

The country’s top business leaders and education experts will convene to discuss the problems that hound the education sector next week.

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The Philippine Business for Education( (PBEd), during its Annual Membership Meeting scheduled on Monday, May 29, will unveil the country’s state of education gathered from its “in-depth roundtable discussions and consultation” with industry leaders and education stakeholders nationwide.

“With recent data on the below-average IQ ranking of the Philippines yet highlighting another facet of the worsening education crisis along with pressing issues on the ground discussed in our regional consultations,” PBEd said.


The 2023 State of Philippine Education Report, PBEd said, will also bring together industry leaders and stakeholders to “discuss the current educational landscape of the country and the reforms needed to solve the problems hounding the education sector.”

To be presented during the meeting at the Shangri-La The Fort, Manila in Taguig City, PBEd will bare the 2023 state of Philippine education from a series of consultations and roundtable discussions with industry and education experts, teachers, parents, and students across the Philippines.

Expected to attend as guests include EDCOM 2 Commissioners Senators Win Gatchalian, Sonny Angara, and Joel Villanueva, Representatives Mark Go and Roman Romulo, World Bank senior economist Sachiko Kataoka, and PBEd trustees led by Chairman Ramon del Rosario Jr.