EDCOM

AcronymDefinition
EDCOMEditor and Compiler
EDCOMEducation Committee
EDCOMTechnical Committee on Control Education (IFAC)
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EDCOM took 5 years to survey the inadequacy of our education, which had not been addressed since we receive our independence from America.
Totsie Escobia, head of Effective Development Communication Unit (Edcom)-Bohol, said some tourists come to the province to see for themselves the impact of the tragedy on the island.
The low rate of graduate students finishing their thesis may reflect the graduate education's mediocrity as revealed in the EDCOM Report (1990).
In a statement from the Effective Development Communications Unit (Edcom) of the Capitol, a group of Fili-pino women judges met with Gov.
I remember how the late Senator Edgardo Angara in 1991, headed the Congressional Commission on Education (EDCOM) at the 8th Congress that restructured and instituted wide-ranging reforms in the country's educational system.
The Teachers Dignity Coalition (TDC), which will spearhead the protest, said their demand was based on the recommendation of the Congressional Commission on Education (Edcom) in 1991 to give public school teachers a minimum monthly salary of P28,000.
In the Philippines for instance, EDCOM (Convention of the Rights of the Child, March 8, 2009) cited that between 500-800 child abuse cases are committed by teachers each year, an estimate according to the Child Adolescent Psychiatrists of the Philippines (CAPPI).
In a statement from the Effective Development Communication Unit (Edcom) released on Saturday, all water samples from 10 sampling stations passed, with fecal coliform levels all under the standard of 100 most probable number (MPN) per 100 milliliters (ml).
Eligio Barsaga, SEAMEO Research Director and Chairman of EDCOM Taskforce in 1995 made a study entitled Helping People Help Themselves: A Case Study of the O.