PAKWAN INTEGRATION SCHOOL: ITS TRANSITION
Keywords:Pakwan Integrated School, Community and Leadership, Transition
This paper documented on the transition of Pakwan Integrated School. The detailed history of the site was not the focus of this study. It applied a case study in which actual photos of the observation gave essence on this investigation. Community and leadership initiatives made the people of Pakwan’s dream to realize to access to complete basic education which is the Vision, Mission, Goals, and Objectives of the Department of Education. Furthermore, the recent teachers’ attitude, competency, and teaching style contribute to the unique delivery of curriculum.
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