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Isko to revive GMRC, values education



Isko Moreno smiling for the camera: Isko to revive GMRC, values education


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Isko to revive GMRC, values education

MANILA, Philippines — Manila Mayor Isko Moreno on Tuesday met with officials of the Department of Education and Division of City Schools to discuss the conduct of seminars about Good Manners and Right Conduct (GMRC) and Values Education program.

The meeting was held following the passage of Republic Act 11476, which was signed by President Duterte to bring back GMRC and Values Education as a separate subject from Grades 1 to 12.

Moreno said he wants to revive GMRC to  help students “learn respect and compassion for one another.”

He also vowed to build more laboratories to strengthen Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics programs in senior high schools.

Warehouses shut down

Meanwhile, the Manila city government yesterday padlocked two warehouses for operating without a license.

Moreno and Bureau of Permits director Levi Facundo served closure orders on two warehouses in Binondo

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Matt Barnes Values Building Relationships as He’s Built His Career

It’s not always the case, but young college football coaches often have a similar path as they try to carve out their careers.

Quality control positions, offensive or defensive analysts, perhaps a chance to be a position coach, moving from program to program as they look for solid footing. It can be challenging on families and it’s certainly a young man’s game.

Ohio State special teams coordinator and safeties coach Matt Barnes arrived in Columbus in January 2019 after spending the three previous years at Maryland. He’s also been on staff at Michigan, Florida, DII West Virginia Wesleyan and DIII Delaware Valley College. 

But as he enters his second season with Ohio State, Barnes pays special credence to what Ryan Day is building that makes this a special place for him to coach.

“What’s different here compared to other places I’ve been, I think it’s the culture,” he said. “Our

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