At least twenty-five public schools have been identified for repair as part of the local education department’s budget in 2016 totaling P21.011 million.

“With the HE building repaired and installed with a new roof, our students no longer have to get drenched every time it rains.”

LGRC Administrator, Miguel Siao, admitted that he was 'shocked' after learning from CMS data about public schools located in remote areas of Cagayan De Oro.

CMS Initiative

CheckMySchool is a participatory monitoring initiative for the education sector in the Philippines. It aims to continuously improve the quality of education services by bringing in the participation of citizens and communities into the governance of public schools in the country. It started in 2011 as an experimental partnership project with the Department of Education along the advocacy for access to information and social accountability.

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