Swimming with the in-laws Radio interview with DZRH

Mar Roxas
"There's an ongoing government effort to coordinate the efforts of both school system and the industry to refine academics, so that students will acquire skills the industry requires. Education is one of these requirements," said Department of Trade and Industry Secretary Mar Roxas III. http://www.manilatimes.net/national/2002/jun/23/weekend/20020623wek1.html
educational background
Ateneo GS and HS, one year of college
One on One Tayo kay Mar Roxas, first three years, consistent number 1 ratings on 8-9 slot. DZRH. Top-rating program here. But Sec Roxas is busy, so he hadn't been able to attend to the radio. Then it became 50% him. Baka makabawi kami this year.

Press the green button to speak. He doesn't like being called Secretary, so you can call him Mar, Kuya Mar, Tito Mar... Free-wheeling discussion. We've featured 10 outstanding students - RFM.

First ten minutes: introduction to the secretary. We'll be talking about our achievements. He got good feedback on the achievements of students before, because it's something different. This year, our theme is opportunities. We've featured micro-entrepreneurs who had access to micro-financing. Inspiring stories like that.

Last Sunday, they had Under-secretary Avelino.

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