Some 200 schools will get a brand-new, cloud-based learning system in the next three years with the help of a technology solution designed to deliver the education department’s online resource library to every school in the country, regardless of location and existing connectivity infrastructure.Read More
Three officials of the Philippine Embassy in Malaysia were conferred the Gawad Mabini Awards for their efforts in the establishment of alternative learning centers (ALC) for Filipinos and other migrant children in Sabah.Read More
THE PHILIPPINE Science High School (PSHS) was established by virtue of Republic Act No. 3661 signed on June 22, 1963. The main campus of PSHS is on Agham Road in Diliman, Quezon City.Read More
The Ayala-led Affordable Private Education Center Inc. (APEC) Schools recently entered into an agreement with five metro universities, giving its senior high school (SHS) students “priority admission” to the colleges of the five universitiesRead More
- Students of the University of the Philippines (UP) in Mindanao and youth leaders slammed the campus administration’s decision to “cancel” some of its midyear classes.
- The Ayala-led Affordable Private Education Center Inc. (APEC) Schools recently entered into an agreement with five metro universities, giving its senior high school (SHS) students “priority admission” to the colleges of the five universities
- With the current rate of enrollees to the senior high school program, the Department of Education (DepEd) expressed confidence that the country may see for the first time a “significant” drop in the number of students who do not proceed to some form of education beyond fourth year high school.
- GOING to his classes in high school no longer means a swim across the sea for Ernest Cawit. He now manages to stay dry after a 1.5-kilometer-long footbridge from the islets of Molocaboc Daku and Molocaboc Diut was rebuilt last year in Sagay City in Negros Occidental province.
- The government’s K-12 program, which added two more years to high school education, should be made optional so as not to limit the choices of an estimated 400,000 students who failed to enroll in Grade 11 this year, according to Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV.
- When classes opened at the Amarosa Elementary School here, one student visibly kept a low profile in a Grade 1 classroom filled with mostly seven-year-old pupils.
- President-elect Rodrigo Duterte may ask Patricia Licuanan to give up her chairmanship of the Commission on Higher Education (CHEd), the president of Ateneo de Davao University has said.
- Rochelle Marie Bolotaolo, a high school teacher, uses a portable sound system to be heard by her students.
- With the P22,500 vouchers granted by the Department of Education for the tuition of incoming senior high school students, majority of the Grade 11 students in Caloocan, Malabon and Navotas have transferred to private schools, teachers in the area said. Most, if not all of the honor students, however, remain in public schools to secure their present and future scholarships, according to the teachers.