City College of San Fernando tops teachers’ licensure exam

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The City College of San Fernando, Pampanga (CCSFP) ranked first in this year’s Licensure Examination for Teachers on secondary education, besting other universities and colleges in the region.

CCSFP posted a 76 percent passing rate in the LET on September 2016, a score which is way beyond the national passing rate of only 34 percent.

With this, CCSFP bested 11 institutions like the Angeles University Foundation, St. Mary’s Angels of Pampanga, Holy Angel University, Mabalacat City College, University of the Assumption, Don Honorio Ventura Technological State University, Republic Central Colleges, Pampanga State Agricultural University, OLFU-Pampanga, Guagua National Colleges, and Holy Cross College.

On the other hand CCSFP, with 48 percent passers, ranked fifth in elementary education.

Founded in 2009, the CCSFP is among the flagship projects of the city government to provide quality and affordable education to Fernandino students.

Its charter was approved by then Vice Mayor and now Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago whose administration’s focus is on education.

“We congratulate our scholars and we are very proud of our teachers. This answers our call for excellence, turning ordinary into extraordinary,” Mayor EdSa said.

Last year, some 199 students graduated from the CCSFP. At present over 760 students enrolled at this college.

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