NAGUILIAN, Isabela. The 14 alumni of the Academic and Technology Integration- Education Program (ATI-EP) of the Agricultural Training Institute – Regional Training Center (ATI-RTC 02) successfully graduated from elementary and high school.
After graduation from their six-month training on ATI-EP, 18 of them took the Alternative Learning System assessment of the Department of Education. Twelve passed the assessment for the elementary level and two for the high school.
The inputs given to them by their teachers namely, Mr. Armando Sudio, Mr. Noel dela Cruz and Mr. Virgilio Manzano on academic subjects during their training helped them passed the assessment. According to Ms. Anna Liza Claveron, their teachers were very happy with the result of the assessment, which helped these youths dreamed for higher education.
The graduates now planned to continue their high school and senior high school, respectively, depending on the financial status of their parents. They are looking for another scholarship as their way to continue reaching their aspirations in life.
These 14 ATI-EP alumni had their graduation last May 8, 2018 at the Community Center, Naguilian, Isabela together with other ALS passers all over the province of Isabela.
Another batch of ATI-EP alumni took the ALS assessment last March await for the result.