Dr. Segundo M. Infantado, co founder of the National Teachers College, is recognized today among the country's educators. This will-deserved renown came to him by the difficult route of life-long hard work. He started in youth as a classroom teacher in the public school. Not many years later he became a principal and served as such in two primary schools of Manila - the San Sebastian and Tondo primary schools. In 1916, he was appointed supervising teacher for the Division of Bulacan. This was a signal of honor, for in those days, supervisors of the public schools were all drawn from among American personnel in the Department of Instruction. Therefore, Dr. Infantado has the distinction of being one of the first Filipino supervisors in the country.




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