THE PROJECT to revive the “old-fashioned” practice of impassioned letter writing has been launched this year by the Department of Education (DepEd), which urges students to send a letter of gratitude to anyone anywhere via postal mail for a chance to win P50,000.Read More
WHEN seven millennials decided to set up a nonprofit organization, a consultant warned that they might be perceived as “snot-nosed, spoiled Ateneans,” championing a cause but relying on their affluent parents to finance their initiatives.Read More
Apart from his intensified campaign against illegal drugs, President Rodrigo Duterte should also lay down a clear plan on how he would address the country’s other pressing problems, such as employment, education and poverty reduction, in his first State of the Nation Address (Sona) on July 25, according to Sen. Bam Aquino.Read More
- Apart from his intensified campaign against illegal drugs, President Rodrigo Duterte should also lay down a clear plan on how he would address the country’s other pressing problems, such as employment, education and poverty reduction, in his first State of the Nation Address (Sona) on July 25, according to Sen. Bam Aquino.
- The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) vowed to hasten the investigation on the two cases filed by laid-off teachers against Miriam College, which they accused of illegal dismissal.
- Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara has filed a bill that aims to ensure that every Filipino family, especially those living in poverty, has at least one college graduate.
- There are three people on earth I value most. Just like you, they are young girls. They are silly and funny and protective and sweet.
- Vice President Maria Leonor “Leni” Robredo reminded the youth on Monday to value their education, make their years count and not to rush in finding “the one.”
- IT IS a run-down, three-room school building, but the scenery around it simply takes your breath away.
- Despite her political differences with President Duterte, Vice President Leni Robredo on Mondaysaid her main duty was to rally the people to support the administration. “This administration deserves our support. This is not only for President Duterte but for the entire country,” the Vice President said in a speech at the “Tapatan sa Aristocrat” forum in Manila, a few hours before she was scheduled to pay a courtesy call on Duterte in Malacañang.
- In one of his last acts as secretary of the Department of Education (DepEd), Bro. Armin Luistro led the awarding of certificates of recognition to DepEd partners in the government's Adopt-a-School program.
- THE DEPARTMENT of Education (DepEd) has reminded schools nationwide to prepare for the effects of the southwest monsoon, known as “habagat,” which annually brings heavy to torrential rain that cause flooding.