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Art school still in the dark after ‘Glenda’ »

The country’s state-run high school for young talented artists has had to operate on a generator set and solar panels, a month after Typhoon “Glenda” (international name: Rammasun) knocked down power lines, resulting in a massive power outage in Luzon.

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Language-in-education row: A ‘bibingka’ solution »

While the language-in-education controversy at the college level is at a cross-point, the lower levels are having troubles of their own.

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2 Filipino students win gold, silver medals in China math tourney »

Two young Filipino numbers aces have made the Philippines proud anew by winning two medals--a gold and a silver---in the just-ended 2014 China Western Mathematics Invitational (CWMI) competition, held Aug. 14 to 18 in Chongqing city, located in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan.

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Aboitiz donates 40 classrooms to DepEd »

More than 40 classrooms were turned over Tuesday by Aboitiz Foundation to the Department of Education for kindergarten students all over the country.

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Language: Math without numbers, systems building without Lego pieces »

We are proposing two core subjects, Wika 1 and 2, in the general education curriculum for college. They deal with language as an integrative system and as a systems-building enterprise; they are not courses for learning Tagalog/Filipino or Philippine literature.

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A language war in the time of DAP »

Requiring Filipino as a subject and as a language of instruction in college will be good for Philippine education. For this to happen, the reasons given by the pro-Filipino side in this controversy will have to be robust and compelling.

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Expect heavy traffic Saturday as UP holds admission exam »

-The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) on Friday warned motorists of heavy traffic near the University of the Philippines (UP) campuses in Quezon City and Manila on Saturday.

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Stories of perseverance stoke young dreams »

There are no boundaries for those who are passionate enough to reach for their dreams, the children of a public elementary school in Legazpi City learned from storytellers in yet another of Inquirer’s Read-Along on Aug. 1.

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Have a knack for science? Apply at PSHS »

Students looking to become scientists have until Aug. 15 to submit applications to take the admission test to the Philippine Science High School (PSHS).

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Solar lights seen to boost kids’ learning in Agta village »

Through solar-powered lights, the Department of Education (DepEd) hopes to improve the learning conditions for an indigenous Agta village in Cagayan Province.

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Kids learn to become heroes in Inquirer Read-Along »

We can be heroes through a strong will and determination to change the world—and even ourselves—for the better. Actor Derek Ramsay and Sophia School principal Ann Abacan stressed this point as they read to 65 kids stories about heroic acts of courage and humility at the Inquirer Read-Along session on Saturday.

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DepEd releases list of 2015 school holidays »

The Department of Education (DepEd) has released the list of regular, special non-working and special holidays for 2015 to enable schools to plan their activities efficiently.

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5 new Inquirer scholars picked »

Five college students from the country’s premier universities have received this year’s Inquirer Journalism Scholarship as the newspaper’s continuing effort to support students with exceptional grades and talent for writing.

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UP freshmen ‘taken for a ride’ as classes open in Diliman »

As classes opened on Thursday at the University of the Philippines campus in Diliman, Quezon City, some freshmen were taken for a ride—literally—and in batches.

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