LATEST STORIES
07
Outstanding teachers named by Metrobank »

CREAM OF THE CROP: (left to right, from top) Jingco, Conde, Tangan, Luna, and Ambat (left to right, from top) Franco, Luces, De Guzman, Añar and Aguilar EIGHT public elementary and high school teachers, as well as two professors from the University of the Philippines-Manila and the University of Santo Tomas, are the winners in […]

Read More
07
New college president’s investiture on Aug. 11 »

THE INVESTITURE for Manila Tytana Colleges (MTC) new president, Sergio S. Cao, will be held on Aug. 11 at the College Atrium, Metropolitan Park, Pasay City. Cao was chancellor of the University of the Philippines Diliman until February this year. His appointment as president of the former Manila Doctors College took effect in May. He […]

Read More
07
Chefs band for education »

Back in the ’80s and even the early ’90s, if a high school graduate said that he/she wanted a degree in either the culinary arts or education, they would have raised a few eyebrows and have caused their parents sleepless nights. Be a doctor! A lawyer! These days of the celebrity chef, culinary artistry has […]

Read More
06
Unesco cites Tagum’s literacy program »

The United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) said the city government’s “innovative literacy program for out-of-school youths and market vendors” was admirable and bestowed on it a bronze medal under the King Sejong Prize.

Read More
06
Learning in Agusan becomes fun time »

It was a day of festive surprise for pupils of Trento West Elementary School when they entered their classrooms as the school year opened.

Read More
06
Filipino teachers join Washington DC rally to save schools »

Close to 500 teachers and supporters from across the United States, including a large contingent of Filipino educators, gathered at Washington DC for the Save Our Schools Rally that called for quality education. Under the scorching heat, the DC Teachers’ Union told demonstrators to press local and national lawmakers for improved education while protecting the […]

Read More
06
Anwar Ibrahim urges Aquino to carry democracy torch »

Hailing Philippine national hero Jose Rizal as “the greatest Malayan,” Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim urged President Benigno Aquino III to carry the torch of freedom passed on to him by the country’s heroes and his own parents, and lead the struggle against tyranny in the Southeast Asian region. “As a son of a father […]

Read More
06
Anwar Ibrahim: Malaysia can learn from Manila »

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on Friday said his country could learn a thing or two from the Philippines’ experience under a dictatorship. Anwar, who traveled to Manila to speak at a forum on national hero Jose Rizal, said he was appealing to Malaysian authorities to respect the rule of law, to stop filing trumped-up […]

Read More
05
‘Board course’ students anxious about future »

A junior student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in elementary education at Mandaue City College under Dr. Paulus Cañete fears she won’t be able to take the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET). Glenda Ballera, 24, of barangay Jagobiao told Cebu Daily News she will leave everything to God after Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) chairperson Teresita Manzala, […]

Read More
03
Classes in Pangasinan, Baguio suspended »

Classes in the pre-school and elementary levels in public and private schools in Pangasinan and Baguio City were suspended on Wednesday due to heavy rains.

Read More
03
Most classes resume in Central Luzon —DepEd »

The Department of Education said Wednesday that regular classes resumed in most parts Region III except for the followings areas in Pampanga which still have flooded schools:

Read More
03
Classes in Metro Manila suspended starting 12 noon »

Afternoon classes in the National Capital Region (NCR) have been suspended after the state-run weather bureau predicted that moderate to heavy rainfall may be expected in the region, an official from the Department of Education said Wednesday.

Read More
03
Free college in Lapu-Lapu to ease job-skills mismatch »

A manpower services company has invested in a school that offers free non-degree courses to employees  in manufacturing companies in Cebu to help solve the job-skills mismatch problem. Nozomi Fortune Services Inc. set up IKON College after seeing the problem in several of its client companies,  said Alexander Arnado, Nozomi Fortune Services Inc.’s founder and […]

Read More
03
Date Tab »

FRENCH COURSE SALE THE French language center in Cebu offers a special course sale of 54 hours plus an unlimited access to Cyber teacher for only P3,600 instead of P5,400. Students can save 50 percent discount and immerse themselves in the third millennium French class. Only a limited number of students will enjoy this promo. […]

Read More
Photos View All