The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila which was established on June 19, 1965, through Republic Act No. 4196 was one of the first universities in the country to be funded solely by a municipal government.Read More
As the coming 2013-2014 school year inched closer, educators, parents, and local communities' spirit of Bayanihan were exhibited once again as they, together with Zonrox Plus, staged the Linizkwela Balik Eskwela Clean-up drive last May 24.Read More
A party-list lawmaker wants the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to stop its decision to destroy seized elephant ivory tusks, amounting to P420 million, saying these items could be preserved and used for educational purposes.Read More
- Two schools in Metro Manila suspended their afternoon and evening classes Wednesday amid fears of rains and floods.
- Although heavy rain once again battered the National Capital Region on Tuesday afternoon, classes in southern Metro Manila went on except those in Parañaque City.
- The cancer-causing asbestos wire gauze is still used in high school and college science laboratories despite the ban ordered two years ago.
- The University of Santo Tomas (UST) canceled its classes on all levels Tuesday afternoon ahead of expected rains and floods in the afternoon.
- “Success is…knowing your purpose in life, growing to reach your maximum potential and sowing seeds that benefit others.” John C. Maxwell said that and I think he spoke on target.
- A party-list lawmaker wants the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to stop its decision to destroy seized elephant ivory tusks, amounting to P420 million, saying these items could be preserved and used for educational purposes.
- After two weeks of delayed school opening and almost six months of protests over allegations of graft and corruption, classes at the state-run University of Southern Mindanao finally kicked off on Monday.
- Classes in public schools in at least two Maguindanao towns were suspended Sunday due to the flooding brought about by three days of torrential rain.
- Starting Monday, Senator-elect Nancy Binay will attend a five-day training program designed for “newly elected government officials” at the University of the Philippines’ National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG).