The globalization fever has infected Philippine education. To be precise, we are gripped with Americanization.
We cannot avoid having a globalist perspective. But it is quite disturbing when globalization overwhelms national or local needs. The
thrust of some private schools, as the ads would suggest, is to churn
out graduates for overseas employment or supply call centers with workers who can speak with an American accent. Not bad in itself, but
what has happened to the noble cause of making education serve