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The language was further renamed in 1959 as Pilipino by Secretary of Education Jose Romero.
The 1973 constitution declared the Pilipino language to be co-official, along with English, and mandated the development of a national language, to be known as Filipino. The present constitution, ratified in 1987, designates Filipino and English as joint official languages.
Around 600 educators (called "Thomasites") who arrived in that year aboard the USAT Thomas replaced the soldiers who also functioned as teachers.
The 1935 Constitution added English as an official language alongside Spanish. De Veyra to chair a committee of speakers of other regional languages.
Following the American occupation of the Philippines and the imposition of English, the use of Spanish declined gradually, especially after the 1940s. By 1901, public education used English as the medium of instruction.Filipino is an official language of education and also the major language of the broadcast media and cinema, but less important than English as a language of publication (except in some domains, like comic books) and less important for academic-scientific-technological discourse.Filipino is used as a lingua franca in all regions of the Philippines as well as within overseas Filipino communities, and is the dominant language of the armed forces (except perhaps for the small part of the commissioned officer corps from wealthy or upper-middle-class families) and of a large part of the civil service, most of whom are non-Tagalogs.In 1863, a Spanish decree introduced universal education, creating free public schooling in Spanish.National hero José Rizal wrote most of his works in Spanish.