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- Though many of the school buildings are gone, classes in most public schools in the Eastern Visayas have resumed, three weeks after Supertyphoon “Yolanda” devastated the region on Nov. 8.
- Educators are always in search of better, more effective and more relevant ways to impart learning.
- The sad news of the passing of Raul Rafael Ingles came as the Inquirer was in the thick of preparations for its 28th anniversary. He was 84.
- The P400-million capital outlay for the University of the Philippines in 2014 is a “pittance,” especially since it has lost a source of its funding—the pork barrel of legislators, Sen. Pia Cayetano said Sunday.
- After the relief phase in the aftermath of Supertyphoon “Yolanda,” an international group looks at school and children as catalysts for long-term rehabilitation process.
- The University of the Philippines is calling on the public for any kind of assistance as several of its branches have accepted cross-enrolees from UP-Tacloban in the aftermath of Supertyphoon “Yolanda” (international codename: Haiyan).
- Provincial officials suspended classes at all levels in private and public schools in Albay before noon Friday as a public safety measure due to continuous heavy rain in most of the Bicol area.
- Asian nations cemented their top positions in an eagerly awaited report on global education Tuesday, as their students continued to outshine Western counterparts in math, science and reading.
- The Ateneo de Manila University confirmed a kidnapping incident inside its Quezon City campus last November 21 but reiterated that the victim was “unharmed and released with no ransom paid.”