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DAP good for education, says CHEd chair »

Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) Chair Patricia Licuanan is the latest government functionary to bear out the supposed goodness of Malacañang’s unconstitutional Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP).

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3 North Cotabato pupils to compete in world math tourneys in Singapore, Taiwan »

Three elementary pupils from Midsayap, North Cotabato, have been chosen to represent the country in separate international Mathematics competitions in Singapore and Taiwan in August.

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DepEd sticks to K-to-12 education »

The Department of Education (DepEd) said it will remain steadfast in pushing through with the program to add two more years to high school in 2016 despite a call by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV to suspend its implementation until basic problems in the country’s educational system are resolved.

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DepEd sets guidelines on class suspension during weather disturbances »

In view of the frequent suspension of classes due to typhoons and flooding, the Department of Education (DepEd) has released guidelines for the cancelation of classes.

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Three decades of Chevening »

For three decades, Chevening has been giving aspiring young leaders from 118 countries across the globe an opportunity to receive a British education.

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DepEd eyes ‘quick fix’ to school damage »

Even with three of the affected regions still to submit damage reports, the Department of Education (DepEd) has already started a rapid damage assessment of more than 25,000 schools affected by Typhoon Glenda (international name: Rammasun) that would need a “quick fix.”

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Classes, gov’t work in Makati resume Thursday »

Classes in all school levels in Makati City will resume on Thursday, the city mayor said late Wednesday.

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Still no classes in UST, FEU Thursday »

Classes in all levels in the University of Santo Tomas and Far Eastern University will remain suspended on Thursday, radio reports said Wednesday afternoon.

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Colleges urged to set up labor market update centers »

The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) called on all colleges and universities to set up labor market information corners to help students find work after they graduate.

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Classes suspended in Albay due to ‘Glenda’ »

LEGAZPI CITY, Philippines – Albay Governor Joey Salceda suspended classes in all levels in public and private schools in the province Monday afternoon after the state weather bureau raised storm Signal No. 2 in Albay as Tropical Storm “Glenda” entered the country. Salceda also prohibited the sailing of fishing boats and passenger sea vessels in all ports in the province. Residents along [...]

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Manila university caught between 2 presidents »

Students may not be aware of it but a tussle for the leadership of the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (PLM) is simmering between its newly appointed president and his supposedly ousted predecessor.

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DepEd allows conditional hiring of ‘volunteer’ teachers for kindergarten »

After issuing a freeze on the hiring of new teachers in March, the Department of Education is now allowing the conditional hiring of "volunteer teachers" for kindergarten.

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Would you invite Imelda Marcos to your school? »

Over the past few days, social media was ablaze with criticism of Ateneo de Manila University’s inviting Imelda Marcos to the Ateneo Scholarship Foundation’s (ASF) 40th anniversary.

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What my 8-year-old learned at a Philippine school »

Like many parents, I sent my eight-year-old daughter Deborah for extra lessons during the June school holidays which end at the end of the month.

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