Matapos ang isinagawang training ng mga gruo at field testing, papasimulan nang isasama sa kurikulum ang Public Education on the Rule of Law Advancement and Support (PERLAS) Teaching Exemplars.
Ayon sa Department of Education (DepEd), ituturo sa paaralan ang pag-ikot ng sistema ng hustisya sa bansa.
“PERLAS will help the department in upgrading the quality of education in the country,” pahayag ni Education Secretary Armin Luistro. “When we say quality education, it should be the kind of education that goes beyond the lessons in mathematics, science, English, and other subjects. It should be something that will not only teach minds, but will also touch hearts and will mold the students into becoming responsible and law-abiding citizens.”
Ang PERLAS ay binuo ng DepEd, Supreme Court, Libertás (Lawyers’ League for Liberty), United Nations Development Program (UNDP), and funding institutions such as USAID, World Bank at Asian Development Bank.
“The Supreme Court wanted to create something that can help Filipinos realize their power - that by mere observance of our laws, they have the power to transform the society. PERLAS is a long term investment for the children,” pahayag naman ni Dennis Russell Baldago, Chief Judicial Reform Program Officer ng Supreme Court.Mac Cabreros
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