DESPITE rumors of a pending phase-out, the Education High School (EHS), led by its new principal, College of Education Prof. Marisharl Tropicales, will gear up for its first accreditation this year

In an interview with the Varsitarian, the former EHS Math supervisor said she will be implementing stricter methods of instruction and a thorough supervision of Education practicum students in a bid to improve the education system.

“EHS aims to increase its performance through enhanced teaching methods and development of high school facilities,” Tropicales explained.

Tropicales also said EHS would undergo an evaluation of the curriculum and school environment as required by the Philippine Association of Colleges and University Commission on Accreditation.

Meanwhile, Tropicales dismissed EHS’ rumored phase-out.

“We (EHS) will still be here.” She said. “EHS will not be easily abolished since many students who are financially incapable still need quality education which the EHS can give.”

Rector Fr. Tamerlane Lana, O.P. appointed Tropicales last May 1, replacing Jose Dakila Espiritu, College of Education (Education) assistant dean, whose term ended last April 30.

Tropicales graduated from the College of Education in 1983. She obtained her Master’s Degree in Education, major in Development Education, at the UST Graduate School in 1998.

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