Teacher who taught students MS Word using chalkboard receives computers for school »

A new laptop and desktop computers, sent by donors, finally reached this class in Ghana, Africa.

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Lower entrance exam fees, Pimentel urges schools »

College and university administrators should consider lowering their entrance examination fees, Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III urged on Sunday as parents of college-eligible students had complained about the “prohibitive” rates currently being charged by the major universities in the country.

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Gatchalian wants probe on ‘poor mark’ of PH education »

Senator Win Gatchalian called on the Senate on Sunday to review the performance of the country's educational system after the Philippines recorded a "poor mark" in international ranking.

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‘Black Panther’ star: 130 million girls deprived of education »

“Black Panther” actress Danai Gurira recently talked about her past in Zimbabwe on Instagram, before her family moved to the United States a couple of decades ago.

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Teacher uses chalkboard to show students how to use ‘Microsoft Word’ »

While most teachers worry about how to make their lessons more interesting — from various readings to games and animated powerpoint presentations flashed on the screen with a projector — one teacher from Ghana, Africa keeps it old school with the bare minimum: a trusty chalk and blackboard. And for him, it’s all he needs.  […]

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Angara tells DepEd to fully impose teaching of Fil-Muslim, IP history lessons »

While the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) is currently being deliberated in Congress, Senator Sonny Angara called for the full implementation of the law requiring the teaching of Filipino-Muslim and indigenous peoples’ (IPs) history in both basic and higher education in the country.

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Confucius says »

The ancient sage Confucius is enjoying a revival not just in China but around the world, especially on the education, social order and family business fronts in East Asia.

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De Lima: Mold youth into leaders; guard democracy amid martial law extension »

Detained Sen. Leila De Lima urged teachers on Thursday to teach the youth of the truth and hone them to become worthy leaders of the future as she lamented how the “dark days” of martial law returned to the country under President Rodrigo Duterte.

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