For Thea Garlitos, the second-hand bicycle loaned to her by a nongovernment organization is not only good for the environment but also for her confidence. For with every push on the pedal, this vehicle of hope can take her closer to her dream and her family out of poverty.Read More
Listed Phinma Corp. is expanding its education portfolio with the acquisition of Cebu’s Southwestern University, giving it a solid footprint in the region.Read More
CITY mayors nationwide have expressed their support for the implementation of the government's major education reform program, widely known as K to 12.Read More
POVERTY should not be an obstacle but an inspiration to succeed.Read More
Studies on the country’s bilingual education program have revealed very low proficiency levels among teachers and students in the use of Filipino and English.Read More
The Supreme Court has issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the removal of Filipino and Panitikan (Philippine Literature) as core subjects in tertiary education as part of the implementation of the Kindergarten to 12 years (K-12) program.Read More
MANILA, Philippines–The Department of Education (DepEd) is considering providing some form of support for some of the 12,000 college instructors and professors who are in danger of losing their jobs during the so-called transition period, once the K to 12 basic program is fully implemented next year. Education Secretary Armin Luistro said the DepEd would […]Read More
The Department of Education (DepEd) on Tuesday said it had identified at least 5,800 schools nationwide that would offer senior high school (SHS) levels, or grades 11 and 12, in its efforts to fully implement the government’s education program known as K-to-12.Read More
- For Thea Garlitos, the second-hand bicycle loaned to her by a nongovernment organization is not only good for the environment but also for her confidence. For with every push on the pedal, this vehicle of hope can take her closer to her dream and her family out of poverty.
- WHEN Fatimah (not her real name) went back to school to get a diploma and degree, little did she expect that the move would eventually lead to her marriage breaking down. “As I upgraded myself, my perspectives and horizons shifted and my husband and I could no longer see eye to eye on important issues,” […]
- The government’s campaign to build more classrooms in public schools nationwide got another big boost from the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (Pagcor) as the agency allocated an additional P3 billion funding for its “Matuwid na Daan sa Silid-Aralan” project.
- Singaporean A*Star scholarship holder Ouyang Xiangyu, 26, has been kicked out of Stanford University after being charged with four counts of poisoning her laboratory mates. The school told The Straits Times she is “no longer a student” there, after it initially banned her from its California campus last November. This puts an end to her […]
- A bill mandating the installation of solar panels in public elementary and high school buildings nationwide where electricity is not available has been filed at the Senate.
- Defying extreme poverty, Alyannah Terite has achieved one of her goals in her young life and will be attending the country’s top state university in August.
- As the implementation of the K-to-12 law draws near, some senators are intensifying efforts to challenge the program that adds two more years in secondary education.
- The 4th District Court of Appeal on Friday upheld a trial court ruling that rejected a lawsuit by parents who tried to block Encinitas schools from teaching yoga.
- Joel M. Pielago would often be told, “Bulaan ka! (You are a liar),” each time he pays the discounted student’s fare in public utility vehicles. The good-natured Pielago would never protest, and would simply show his student ID from Lucena City’s Quezon National High School (QNHS), the Philippines’ second largest secondary school. He knew it […]