Art school still in the dark after ‘Glenda’ »

The country’s state-run high school for young talented artists has had to operate on a generator set and solar panels, a month after Typhoon “Glenda” (international name: Rammasun) knocked down power lines, resulting in a massive power outage in Luzon.

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Language-in-education row: A ‘bibingka’ solution »

While the language-in-education controversy at the college level is at a cross-point, the lower levels are having troubles of their own.

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2 Filipino students win gold, silver medals in China math tourney »

Two young Filipino numbers aces have made the Philippines proud anew by winning two medals--a gold and a silver---in the just-ended 2014 China Western Mathematics Invitational (CWMI) competition, held Aug. 14 to 18 in Chongqing city, located in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan.

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Aboitiz donates 40 classrooms to DepEd »

More than 40 classrooms were turned over Tuesday by Aboitiz Foundation to the Department of Education for kindergarten students all over the country.

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Language: Math without numbers, systems building without Lego pieces »

We are proposing two core subjects, Wika 1 and 2, in the general education curriculum for college. They deal with language as an integrative system and as a systems-building enterprise; they are not courses for learning Tagalog/Filipino or Philippine literature.

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A language war in the time of DAP »

Requiring Filipino as a subject and as a language of instruction in college will be good for Philippine education. For this to happen, the reasons given by the pro-Filipino side in this controversy will have to be robust and compelling.

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Expect heavy traffic Saturday as UP holds admission exam »

-The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Friday warned motorists of heavy traffic near the University of the Philippines (UP) campuses in Quezon City and Manila on Saturday.

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Stories of perseverance stoke young dreams »

There are no boundaries for those who are passionate enough to reach for their dreams, the children of a public elementary school in Legazpi City learned from storytellers in yet another of Inquirer’s Read-Along on Aug. 1.

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