Multiple Intelligence Int’l School helps develop future-ready kids thru MI preschool »

Education is akin to making a sound investment in one’s future. Early education, on the other hand, is ensuring that the investment is foolproof and highly profitable. Experts say that 85 percent of who you are –intellect, your personality, your social skills –is developing from age 0 to 5. During this critical age, parents have […]

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Santiago: Where do additional school fees go? »

Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago has called for an inquiry on the recent increase in tuition and miscellaneous fees in 313 private colleges and universities nationwide approved by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

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Tony Meloto: ‘Sexist’ speech received ‘enthusiastic, positive’ response »

The founder of Gawad Kalinga who came under fire over his alleged sexist speech which he delivered last month has aired his side on the issue. In a series of tweets early Tuesday morning, Tony Meloto said that his speech drew “enthusiastic and positive” response from the audience. He also decried being branded as a […]

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Ex-professor caught duping students »

A former teacher of the city government-run Universidad de Manila (UdM) could face fraud charges after he was caught asking fees from applicants who had flunked the admission test but still wanted to get into the university. Police identified the suspect as Garry Abello, a former mathematics teacher at the UdM. He was arrested as […]

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1,246 schools nationwide get DepEd approval to hike tuition »

The Department of Education (DepEd) announced Monday that it had approved the request of more than 1,000 private schools nationwide to raise their tuition and miscellaneous fees. Education Assistant Secretary Jesus Mateo said the department approved the request of 1,246 private schools to raise their tuition and other fees. They represented kindergarten, elementary and secondary […]

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LTFRB starts inspecting school service vehicles »

In preparation for the opening of classes next week, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) has started checking the road-worthiness of school transport services. The inspections which began last week also determines the operators’ compliance with the LTFRB’s phaseout order for school vehicles over 15 years old. The LTFRB went to Don Bosco […]

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Rallies in Panay call for suspension of K to 12 program »

ILOILO CITY—About 650 students, teachers and parents held protest actions in Iloilo, Capiz and Aklan calling for the suspension of the implementation of the K to 12 program. In the capital town of Kalibo in Aklan province, about 400 protesters led by the provincial chapter of Anakbayan held a rally at the Crossing Banga-New Washington […]

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A new life for the hearing-impaired through education »

Schooling seemed like a distant goal not so long ago for Ramsey Remoroza, who will be in Grade 2 this new school year. Remoroza’s parents knew their son, born with a hearing problem, would need to go to a special school that could address his specific needs. But the parents also knew they did not […]

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