The College of Education became a founding member of the Philippine Teacher Education Network (PhilTen) together with other College of Education who belong to CHED’s list of center of excellence in Teacher Education around the country at Hotel Jen, Manila, Sept. 23.
PhilTen is an association of leading teacher education institutions in the country aimed to establish partnerships in instruction, research, and extension. Dr. Regidor G. Gaboy, CEd dean, represented Dr. Tereso A. Abella, CLSU president, in the said event.
“The College of Education is honored to become a founding member of this esteemed organization for teacher education institutions,” said Dr. Gaboy. It serves as the national chapter of the international organization ASEAN Teacher Education Network (AsTen), which was created in 2014 with the Philippine Normal University as the founding chair. CLSU College of Education is one of the three CHED-designated Centers of Excellence in Teacher Education from among the hundred public and private TEIs in Region III.