A Broken Chair, A Broken Window, and a Dead Tree

HERE ARE pictures I took while administering the National Achievement Test at Kawas National High School, Alabel, Sarangani Province.

brokenchair

Even if this chair is broken, it is equipped with a built-in board game called Dama.

brokenwindow

If you are student in this school and you’re pissed with your teacher, you can just jump out through the window.

deadtree

After jumping out the window, say to yourself, welcome to the world!

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3 thoughts on “A Broken Chair, A Broken Window, and a Dead Tree

  1. […] The problem with these solutions, however, is that these schools cater only to a fraction of the Filipino youth. How about the rest? In addition to that, the very basic problems still exist like low participation rate and sub-standard school facilities. There are still broken chairs and windows. […]

  2. Lantaw says:

    Its sad that some of our schools are in that situation. This is pretty common in areas in the provinces forgotten by our government

  3. Arniel B. Mehoy says:

    i would like to have more photos of Kawas National High School, Alabel, Sarangani Province

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