Just asking….

Uniforms had been distributed and payments had been made, but what the real score behind it?

Why is the price different from different  districts while it came from the same dealer?

How much commission, if there is, did the authorized person receive?

Is it proper to get profit  even if you didn’t sacrifice for it?

My grandparents told me that this practice is a form of cheating and I should not be involved in it.

posted by: “Mam photogenic”


  1. guru says:

    “Peeping Eyes”
    With due respect to our school heads, hoping also that this will not be taken negatively but constructively, I decided to name this comment “peeping eyes” because some of them are not aware that there are eyes who secretly look and speak quietly of what they say and do. Not only the teachers are being observed but the school heads too.
    Becoming a school head isn’t easy. They should act as the role model of their subordinates, the teachers. Just like the pupils, the teachers are keen observant of what the “bosses” do, act, and utter. There are those who always tell the teachers to wear their uniforms but they don’t abide by what they say. They are like a monk who do not understand what they preach. How can you expect teachers to conform to what they implement if they, themselves, do not adhere to it.
    Another positive comment that this “guru” would like to express is the way that they should dress. They should know when to display their excessive jewelries( burluloys, as others say). Wear proper attire to different occasion. When going to parties, then wear the party dress with the large, conspicuous and dangling earings. Know the kind of dress that would best suit us. I believe that in order for us to gain the respect of our colleagues and subordinates, it is just proper for us, educators, to lead, act, talk, and much more…TO DRESS… in a very reputable manner.

  2. admin says:

    Blog administrator wants to thanks “Mam Photogenic” and “guru” for posting here. I hope this will brought attention to all concern. Hope that this blog will encourage more teachers to post comments and reactions for any issues that are worthy of publication.

  3. guru says:

    It’s nice to hear that our teachers are now beginning to voice their minds out. Sa totoo lang po, so many teachers keep on asking why most of our school heads require us to buy our uniforms from that dealer alone? We know for a fact that the uniforms being sold there cost higher compared to other stores. Why???
    Another set of uniform is now ready for distribution…and how much does it cost? Do we have the choice? I wish we could have.
    Yes, it’s true that we have the uniform allowance and so as the school administrators. It is just proper for each and everyone, regardless of the position we are handling, to purchase it in a very equitable and affordable manner. Maestro at maestra lamang po kami na naghahanap ng paraan kung paano mapagdudugtong ang kakapiranggot ng sweldo.We just hope to be heard at least without the prejudice.

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