Editing Alliance of Concerned Teachers (ACT)
The Alliance of Concerned Teachers-Philippines (ACT-Phils or ACT) is a progressive, militant and nationalist organization of teachers, academic non-teaching personnel and non-academic non-teaching personnel established in June 26, 1982 in the Philippines. It is the largest non-traditional teachers’ organization in the country which works for the economic and political well-being of teachers and all other education workers as well as for genuine social transformation.
Integration and education are ACT’s main organizing and consolidation activities. Regular visits are made to update members of the organizational activities and campaigns. Discussions, dialogues, for a, and symposia are held especially on the burning issues of the day that directly or indirectly affect the education sector. ACT also aims to unite the membership on the principles and objectives of the organization, align itself with the basic masses and raise its levels of unity to an anti-foreign domination stand on the educational system and Philippine society. ACT also provides institutional services like free legal aid, media exposure on legitimate concerns, training, and other forms of assistance as may be deemed necessary. It regularly comes out with its quarterly publication, the ACT Forum, for its present and future members.
- ACT TEACHERS PARTYLIST  Date accessed: April 10, 2010
- ACT Teachers Partylist | Makabayan  Date accessed: April 10, 2010
- Act Teachers Partylist | Facebook Date accessed: April 10, 2010
Atinitonews.com : Philippine News Feature - ACT Now! Vote ACT ... http://www.atinitonews.com/ssnews/index.php?mod=article&cat=Features&article=1033 Date accessed: April 10, 2010
- http://www.comelec.gov.ph/2010%20National_Local/certlist_partylist_p4.html Date accessed: April 10, 2010
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