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Teacher Disciplines Student by Sending Him Outside Classroom, Netizens Angry at Tulfo’s Action

A teacher sent a student outside her classroom to sit on a chair at the corridor, to discipline the child, but she would end up losing her job after the parents and grandmother went to Raffy Tulfo for help. However, instead of getting angry at the teacher, netizens are actually taking her side and are slamming Tulfo for his action in this case!

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Salve Bañez, a 47-year-old housewife from Malate, Manila, went to Tulfo for help in filing a complaint in court against teacher for making her grandson get out of the classroom. The grandma claims that the teacher shamed the student because he failed to bring his report card back.

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According to the grandma, the teacher always praises her grandson for being a smart kid but the family fears that he would hate school now because the teacher did that to him. They think that the child was traumatized by the experience because he was shamed by his teacher.

Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube
Photo credit: Raffy Tulfo in Action / YouTube

They also brought along CCTV footage of the incident, showing that the teacher stormed out of her classroom and put a chair the corridor where she let the boy sit. According to Nanay Salve, the teacher denied it first but eventually admitted to doing this to the kid when they showed her the CCTV footage.

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The boy’s mother, Rosemil Edroso, a 26-year-old customer service representative of an online casino in Malate, Manila, does not want to file a case against the teacher. However, she wants the teacher to lose her license and that the teacher should stop working.

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When asked why she did it, the 55-year-old teacher Melita Limjuco defended her actions as a way of imposing discipline on the students.

The incident happened last November 13.

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Tulfo sided with the parents, angering a lot of netizens who believe that teachers should be allowed to do their jobs in teaching and disciplining students. Many said that they fear the students no longer respect teachers because they know their parents side with them and might bring the matter to Tulfo, even if it is their fault!

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Daughter Defends Mom

Dismayed over what happened to her mom and Tulfo’s action, the teacher’s daughter Kyla Limjuco defended her mother on social media.

“UMPISA palang, wala pong itinangging pangyayari. INAMIN ang kamalian kahit wala pang bakas ng CCTV. HUMARAP at NAKIPAG-USAP, HUMINGI NG PASENSYA AT PATAWAD tungkol sa nangyari.

PERO ANG SINUKLI ay isa pang KAHIHIYAN at DINAGDAGAN PA NG MGA KUNG ANO-ANO AT WALANG KWENTANG KUWENTO PARA LANG MAPASAMA ANG IMAHE NG ISANG TAO?

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Maging ang iniIDOLo PO NG NAKARARAMI NA SI RAFFY TULFO. Hindi karapat-dapat ang titulong yan’ para sakaniya. Marahil marami sainyo ang kaniyang natulungan pero sa pagkakataong ito, kahit kami ay hindi makapaniwala sa naging hatol niya sa aking ina na ang basehang pinaniniwalaan lamang ay ang kabilang kampo.

Ayan, trending na. 😊 SANA’Y NAKATULOG PO KAYO NG MAHIMBING AT NAPASAYA KAYO ng pangyayari. Masakit bilang isang anak, ang WALA KANG MAGAWANG AGARANG AKSYON PARA IPAGTANGGOL AT WAG’ MASAKTAN ANG SARILI MONG INA. SAMANTALANG SILA, TODO ANG SUPORTA PARA LANG MAGKARON NG MAGANDANG KINABUKASAN AT MAPROTEKTAHAN ANG ANAK SA LAHAT NG ORAS.

Ngunit MAS NANINIWALA PO AKONG HINDI NATUTULOG ANG DIYOS. HINDI PO KAYO ANG HUHUSGA SA PAGKATAONG MAYROON SI GNG. MELITA LIMJUCO. AT LALONG HINDI IKAW MR. RAFFY TULFO ANG MAGDEDESISYON AT HUHUKOM KUNG ANO ANG KARAPAT-DAPAT PARA SA AKING INA.

Photo credit: Kyla Limjuco / Facebook

Ganun pa man’, sa kabila ng LAHAT ay TAOS PUSO PO AKONG NAGPAPASALAMAT, KASAMA NG AKING BUONG PAMILYA sa LAHAT ng NAGPA-ABOT NG SUPORTA AT PANININDIGAN PARA SA AKING INA personal man o sa likod ng social media na ito. Mas lalo po naming nabigyang halaga ang propesyong dahilan kung bakit patuloy kaming nabubuhay ng marangal; isa sa mga rason kung bakit kaming mga anak niya’y nakapagtapos ng pag-aaral at kung bakit hindi namin kailanman natutunang’ gayahin ang ganitong sitwasyong puno ng PANGHUHUSGA at MAG-IMBENTO NG MGA KUWENTONG WALANG KATOTOHAN sa buhay ng ibang tao.

Hangad ko po ang katahimikan ng inyong mga mga puso’t isip ukol sa isyung ito.”

Photo credit: Kyla Limjuco / Facebook

What is the Teacher Protection Act?

ACT Teachers Party-List Representative Antonio L. Tinio filed a bill called the Teacher Protection Act which aims to protect teachers as they impose reasonable discipline in their classrooms. The bill is fully entitled, “An Act Institutionalizing Measures Governing Student Discipline And Mechanisms For Classroom Management, Establishing Support For Public School Teachers And School Personnel And Providing For Their Protection In Cases Related Thereto.”

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Mom Gives Away 1-Month-Old Baby, Takes Her Away from Adoptive Mom after 13 Years

Netizens are angry at the biological mother for taking a 13-year-old girl from her adoptive mom who cared for her since she was still a sick 1-month-old baby.

Carolina Mayorca, a 48-year-old building attendant in Pasay City, was asked to adopt the child back in 2006. At the time, Nanay Carolina was still working as guard at the LRT line when a stranger approached her, asking if she could adopt her baby who was so sick at the time.

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This woman is Gloria Acuesta, a 41-year-old housewife from Novaliches, Quezon City. She gave away her daughter, 13-year-old Grade 7 student Princess, back when the child was just 1 month old. Nanay Carolina told Princess that she’s adopted. Later, Princess asked whether she could meet her biological parents; Nanay Carolina found Nanay Gloria and let them meet.

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According to Nanay Gloria, Princess later messaged her older brother to get her from Nanay Carolina’s house because she is afraid of her adoptive mother who allegedly hits her when she is doing something Nanay Carolina does not want. Raffy Tulfo pointed out that Nanay Carolina has the right to discipline her, especially because she is ‘pasaway’.

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Netizens are taking Nanay Carolina’s side, saying that she is only trying to discipline Princess and that it is quite obvious that she loves the teen so much, particularly because she cared for the young girl ever since she was still a baby.

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As they faced each other on Raffy Tulfo in Action, Nanay Gloria had more allegations against Nanay Carolina, but Princess is willing to go back to her adoptive mother. Since the case is made complicated by Princess’ doctored birth certificate, Tulfo refers the matter to a lawyer and the local social services office.

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Can You Register an Adopted Baby Directly to Your Name?

While it is tempting to simply register an adopted baby under your name in the birth certificate, this is actually against the law under falsification of public documents. Besides, DNA tests will later prove that the birth certificate is false.

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To adopt a child, follow the legal proceedings by first reporting the case to social services so you can obtain legal papers. This is very important to avoid cases like what happened to Nanay Carolina.

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VIDEO: Despite Possibility of Sudden Eruption, Resident Treks to Taal Volcano Crater

Taal Volcano might look so small and peaceful but this is the second most active volcano in the Philippines and among the 16 ‘most terrible’ decade volcanoes in the world! When it erupted on January 12, 2020, thousands of residents had to flee from towns around the lake.

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Nearly 2 weeks after its phreatic eruption, the possibility of an explosive eruption remains as volcanologists continue to detect magma flow towards its surface; thus, Alert Level 4 remains up and residents are prohibited from entering the towns within the 14-kilometer radius around the volcanic island. The island is also off-limits, but some brave (or perhaps foolhardy) residents continue to defy police orders as they sneak in to get their belongings.

Recently, one resident was hailed for his bravery but also admonished by netizens after he trekked towards the crater of Taal Volcano to take a video and share what the volcano looks like after the eruption.

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According to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs), Taal Volcano has 47 craters. Over history, eruptions happened in many of these craters. This year’s eruption happened at the main crater – and one resident (and a cameraman) actually trekked towards the crater to film the aftermath of the eruption!

Buwis buhay na pag silip sa kalagayan ng Taal Volcano ng isang Batangueño, January 22, 2020,” shared Facebook page, One Cavite.

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Apparently, the resident went back to his home to check whether he could still save some stuff. But curiosity got the better of him as he trekked towards the crater, seeing that only a small smoke is coming out.

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Despite the possibility of a sudden eruption that could easily claim his life or the fact that the new terrain is something he’s unsure of, this guy went to the mouth of the volcano to take a video. He explained to viewers how the eruption changed the landscape, not just taking out all the trees but also creating new holes in the ground and ‘humps’ in the otherwise flat area before the eruption occurred.

Here’s the video:

Taal Volcano Update January 22, 2020

WATCH:Buwis buhay na pag silip sa kalagayan ng Taal Volcano ng isang batangueño, January 22, 2020. #OneCavite

Posted by One Cavite on Wednesday, January 22, 2020

What’s a Crater?

A crater is a bowl-shaped hole in the ground or surface that’s caused by the impact of something, such as a meteorite or other celestial bodies or the eruption of a volcano.

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Man Who Refuses to Evacuate Despite Taal Eruption, Says His Children Just Left Him Alone

Tatay Eusebio Cacao spent his entire life in Talisay, Batangas, and had witnessed the 1965 eruption of Taal Volcano but the recent unrest did not scare him off the area. But he pleads for his children to come and visit him, saying that they just left him alone as if he’s just a piece of clothing they just threw away!

In a video report shared by Abante TNT, Tatay Eusebio said that when the volcano erupted again last January 12, he didn’t evacuate because he didn’t think this one would be more dangerous the first one that he experienced.

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According to Tatay Eusebio, he was just 15 years old when Taal Volcano erupted in 1965. It was night and everyone was scared as it rained fire from the sky. But now that he is 68 years old, the volcano only spewed ash and mud, not fire. So, he was not scared and felt that he does not have to evacuate because there’s no danger.

Asked whether he thought the volcano would still erupt and rain fire on the island and nearby areas, Tatay Eusebio said he does not think so as the recent eruption was ‘mild’. In 1965, the volcano only erupted once and sent that rain of fire, he said, but he thinks nothing similar would happen now because the volcano is simply spewing mud.

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What he is more concerned of, however, is for his children to visit him. While he chose to stay at their home despite the evacuation warning, he calls for his children to visit him because he feels that they just threw him away like used clothes.

According to Tatay Eusebio, he has seven children; though he already lost one. But the six refused to see him again and don’t even ask whether he still has money for food. Living alone, he wishes they would visit him from time to time. He added that he even has a child now working in Japan but even that one does not send him some support.

Photo credit: Abante TNT / Facebook

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Parang damit na iniwan! Amang apektado ng Taal eruption nanawagan sa mga anak

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The ‘Small but Terrible’ Taal Volcano

Taal Volcano might be small and seemingly harmless, but it is actually one of the 16 so-called “Decade Volcanoes” identified around the world for their dangerous eruptive histories. It is second most active volcano in the Philippines, with 34 recorded eruptions in history.

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